Everything Biking in Breckenridge in one location!

Bikenridge brings together the best mountain biking trails and rides in Breckenridge, race course descriptions and maps, cycling services, ride clinics for women, volunteer opportunities and the talented & extraordinary people who make it all happen.  There is something for every level and ability.  What makes Breckenridge the BEST biking destination is that you can access the bike path and most trails  from town! From there, riders can hook into the endless network of trails and pavement to the end of Summit County and beyond.   The Firecracker 50 and the Breck Epic are just a few of the highlighted world-class race events in Breckenridge.  Stay informed and make “it a weekend” in Breckenridge to check out a BreckCreate event, participate in a race or just cheer on your favorite racers.  Find a ride for you and the kids on the Kids Only page. Commit to the race/ride you have been thinking about since New Years on the race and group ride schedules .  Make a plan to check out one of the many summertime local events.  It’s an amazing feeling to give back to the community you love – Volunteer! Get some great riding and trail tips from local celeb blogs, spotlight interviews and mechanic tip of the week.  Check us out and don’t be shy to let us know what you think … we want to hear from you!

Race & Ride Schedule!

Let’s do this!

Bike Blog

We’ve got a lot to say about Bikes!

Kids Only!

Where all the kids hang out!

Trail Conditions

Keep our Trails in good shape!  Pay attention and be aware.

Jacque Ball

Breckenridge Local, Mountain Biker, Wife,Yeti Beti, Cycle Effect Coach and Motivated.

Jacque Ball is a long time Breckenridge local and rider who has been described as One of the Best and Down to Earth by friends and competitors.   

 Photo by Climbbetty

Life is Short – Ride Bikes …

“There are so many more women on bikes than when I started.  Not to mention, the level of riding – ladies are just crushing it out there!  It’s so rewarding and I really love being a part of the progression I see in younger girls and new female riders.” Read More

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