Bike racing is an incredible thing. It brings together a community of people that share a passion for getting outside on two-wheels and exploring nature. We love the gravel family and are so excited to be able to interlace it with our incredible Steamboat Springs community! Below are a few things that we feel strongly about when it comes to community and the gorgeous lands that make it all possible. Click on the title for more information on each.
We are thrilled to work with some awesome local organizations who are doing great things in our community!

The Boys & Girls Clubs of Northwest Colorado provides a safe, positive place for the kids in Craig and Steamboat Springs communities. Their Clubs have full time, part time, and junior staff youth development professionals, who mentor, teach and play with the youth we serve.

At the Clubs, members are involved in educational and fun youth-development programs that give each child a sense of competence, power to influence decisions, usefulness and belonging–all qualities which will help them make the most of their lives and become the leaders of today and tomorrow.

Routt County Riders advocates to implement positive change for cyclists in Northwest Colorado. They are an IMBA chapter (International Mountain Biking Association) that reaches beyond the trail to encompass all forms of cycling here in the Yampa Valley, from roadways to singletrack.  They accomplish their mission through volunteer work projects and Ambassadors, participation in local and statewide advocacy groups, rider safety and education initiatives, and much more. They rely on members and supporters to develop a responsible and cohesive community movement that focuses on two-wheeled transportation and recreation with increased access for all riders.

The Community Agriculture Alliance (CAA) is a local, nonprofit organization located in northwest Colorado serving the Yampa Valley. They have been promoting agriculture in the Yampa River Valley since 1999 and working to ensure the vitality and continuity of local agriculture. They lead community to grow agriculture and to create alliance among individuals with shared passions and goals. They believe agriculture is critical to the fabric of our community.