See Steamboat Springs Hidden Treasures via Two Wheels
As many of you know Steamboat Springs recently adopted the Bike Town USA name - and with good reason. The two wheeled adventures in this area of Northwest Colorado are endless. Between the epic single track trails of Emerald Mountain to the amazing Road rides out Twenty-Mile road, you could spend the summer and never hit the same trail.
Have you ever seen the back side of Sleeping Giant or ridden over Dunkley Pass on a road bike? Recently there has been a new movement in the bike industry focusing of gravel road bike. Wait? What?, riding your road bike on gravel?
Routt County is blessed with hundreds of miles of gravel roads. By mid-summer many of these roads get packed hard enough to be enjoyed on a road bike. Leaving from downtown Steamboat Springs to options are endless. From the sweeping open countryside of South Routt to the hills surrounding the Elk River valley, each ride is unique and vastly different.
This newly created website is full of classic rides around this area: http://thedirtyroads.com