Event Registration: Vegas Mountain Bike Ride 2017
Jan. 29 - Feb. 1, 2016

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Las Vegas MTB Ride


This Ride is a Category "A" ride (Difficult)

Jan. 29 - Feb. 1, 2017

Las Vegas MTB Ride is for geared for invited healing heroes, first responders and R2R special guests. The ride takes place at Blue Diamond area of Red Rocks. It is NOT necessary for you to have a MTB in order to participate. Bikes are available for you to use for this ride. First timers are welcome to apply. There will be at least 3 ability groups. If you think you would like to be part of the upcoming Leadville 100 R2R Team, you are strongly encourage to apply using the appropriate button above (use "Full week challenge").
 
Criteria to participate may be based on one or more of the following:
1. Category (Difficulty) of the Ride
2. The Participant's ability to successfully complete the ride
3. Participant's Past History on R2R Challenges
4. Participation in Project Hero or Strava


Registration is  OPEN!


ATTN: Healing Heroes that wish to participate in this event MUST REGISTER ONLINE! Please note that space is very limited. Contact Joe Coddington at josephc@ride2recovery.com  for more information.   





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Vegas Mountain Bike Ride 2017

Jan. 29 - Feb. 1, 2016 - Las Vegas, Nevada

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