LEADVILLE, Colo. (KRDO) – Pike-San Isabel National Forests and Cimarron-Comanche National Grasslands is hosting its 100 mountain bike race.
The race will take place this Saturday in the Leadville Ranger District.
The race will feature many athletes covering 100 miles at high altitude. Athletes will cover more than 2,200 feet during the climb, according to Leadville Race Series.
The organization would like to remind drivers that there will be increased traffic near Twin Lakes, Turquoise Lake, Lodgepole Flats and Columbine Mine.
You can find out more about the event here.
The Leadville 100 mountain bike race takes place this Saturday, August 13 in the Leadville Ranger District. As athletes complete 100 miles at high altitude, please be patient with increased traffic around Twin Lakes, Turquoise Lake, Lodgepole Flats and Columbine Mine areas. pic.twitter.com/Nk3djH5Gpv
— USFS_Pike&San Isabel (@PSICC_NF) August 10, 2022
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