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Royal Gorge Groove

Come join us at Royal Gorge Park in Cañon City and play on the rolling climbs and descents through the park as you take in the views of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and the Arkansas River! These trails offer plenty of rocks to play on mixed with flowy single track to make it a speedy day taking on either one or two loops. Grab a friend and make it a relay!

All rides will start and finish at the Royal Gorge Ranch & Resort.


A video of past funtivities by The Damion Alexander Team


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The Tour leverages the Pinetop Lakes activity and equestrian center to provide a complete family experience. Attendees enjoy the onsite amphitheater for event activities and live music, nearby accommodations, campground games, a robust communal campfire and more!

At 7,000 ft. a limited field of riders will discover the challenges and gratification from riding awesome single track among a pine forest backdrop while witnessing the endless beauty (and perfect distraction) of the fall season in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests.

All finishers receive a custom award emblazoned with their distance and are welcomed to the post-ride after-party with live music, BBQ and cold Pinetop Brewing Co. beverages.

The communities of Pinetop-Lakeside are sure to please any visitor with their quintessential small mountain town charm and top notch restaurants.

For the benefit of: Tour of the White Mountains benefits TRACKS.

Sky Island Adventure Ride Series Panel Discussion Q & A

Get Informed and get involved to protect the places we ride!
***If cost is an issue to you attending the event, Please let us know*** Tickets are Sliding Scale and we can discount for you, no screening and no judgement!
As part of the Sky Islands Adventure Ride series we have a responsibility to take care of the land and spaces we ride on as well as get to know the history. We believe it is super important to get involved and support the groups that organize and advocate for the spaces and beautiful land we have the privilege of enjoying.
Sarah has organized these amazing groups to do a panel discussion with presentations as well as some time for Questions and Answers. We recomend checking them out and sending them some extra donations and getting involved:
Indivisible Tohono is grassroots group organizing around and educating on issues impacting the Tohono O’odham Nation.
Patagonia Area Resource Alliance : Patagonia Area Resource Alliance (PARA) is a grassroots, community-driven nonprofit dedicated to the preservation and protection of local mountains, wildlife, and watersheds in and around Patagonia, AZ. Founded in 2011 by six Patagonia locals, we are a citizen watchdog organization and monitor the activities of mining companies and local government agencies to ensure any actions taken in Patagonia ultimately benefit our public lands, our water, our wildlife, and our town.
No More Deaths : The mission of No More Deaths is to end death and suffering in the Mexico–US borderlands through civil initiative : people of conscience working openly and in community to uphold fundamental human rights. Our work embraces the Faith-Based Principles for Immigration Reform and focuses on the following themes: Direct aid that extends the right to provide humanitarian assistance, Witnessing and responding, consciousness raising, Global movement buildin, Encouraging humane immigration policy
Sky Islands Alliance : Our mission is to protect and restore the diversity of life and lands in the Sky Island region of the U.S. and Mexico. We’re working to ensure the Sky Islands are a place where nature thrives, open space and clean water are available to all, and people are connected to the region and its innate ability to enrich our lives.
Sarah Swallow is a world-renowned adventure cyclist, route developer, storyteller, and advocate fueled her unique advocacy work through her event, Ruta del Jefe.You can learn more about Sarah, her rides and route here: https://sarahjswallow.com/
This will be a presentations followed by Q&A
Join us at our neighbor Borderland’s patio on Thursday, February 8th.
Tables and Chairs will be setup around the Patio. Check in and wrist band pickup will be down the block at Campfire Cycling.
Please come prepared for a chilly evening. That said, Borderlands will have some heaters and fire pits dispersed around the patio if it is needed.
Borderlands kitchen will be open with their regular menu. They are graciously partnering up with us and letting us use their patio. Please support them!
Thank you! And we look forward to having you out for this very special evening with Sarah Swallow and these Special Organization