Takes place Saturday, July 14, 2018.  Start/finish in Alamosa, CO.  Also called “Bike 2 Build,” since it is a benefit for Habitat for Humanity. It appears to be part loop and part out-and-back, if you do the century or the metric century.  There is also a 35-mile loop.  A fully supported ride with rest stops every 25-30 miles, sag, and a post-ride meal for riders.  I believe the course is largely flat, although surrounded by the 14,000-foot Sangre de Cristo and San Juan Mountains.  An excellent way to enjoy the benefits of all that training while also helping one of the most economically challenged regions in Colorado.

Description and mail-in reg form: http://www.slvhabitat.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/2018-Bike2Build-eBrochure.pdf

Register online at https://runsignup.com/Race/Events/CO/Alamosa/Bike2Build or https://www.active.com/alamosa-co/cycling/mountain-biking-races/bike2build-san-luis-valley-century-sat-jul-14-2018 

Info on HFH: http://www.slvhabitat.org/



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