As a cyclist develops from casual to accomplished rider, the competitive nature begins to take shape. RACECO.Racing focuses on this evolution by developing events centered around racing and competition. RACECO.Racing has developed several races in its markets designed to allow the working and parent cyclist the opportunity to compete. All of our events are family friendly and we create special classes for youth specifically to nurture the racing spirit in young cyclists. Several of our events include top-notch sponsorship that provide new avenues to racers including: gear, equipment support, food and of course, beverages. Because Biking and Beer go hand in hand, our beer sponsors are onsite to enhance the experience. Grist Brewing Company, our leading national beer sponsor, has even developed a canned beer in our honor.


RACECO has developed the following races, and more to come. Feel free to browse our catalog and click to read more about each of our race offerings. You'll note that each is different and caters to different skill levels. And of course, if you have the winter blues, the Cold War Classic is designed for those that are missing the summer riding months - it's cold out there and RACECO has developed a rugged race for the type of rider willing to brave the winter elements.


FEBRUARY 3, 2018

"The ultimate race for power"

Cold War Classic

Utilizing the Town of Castle Rock's prized trail system, the East Plum Creek Trail and natural terrain, the Cold War Classic will differ from the normal CX format and will be ran in a (Point to Point) race format. Participants will encounter multiple obstacles as they twist and turn their way to Festival Park. Arriving at Festival park and the completion of the race, participants will be able to enjoy all the festivities that #winterfest will have to offer, including the beer garden provided by Grist Brewing Company.



September 2nd - September 3rd, 2017

"Your 100's are cute"

Estes Epic


Set in beautiful Estes Park, Colorado, the Estes Epic race features a 20 or 50 mile mountain bike race and a 10, 26.2 or 50 mile running race in some of the most grueling terrain mountain racing has to offer. Organizers have been caught saying "Your 100 is cute" because compared to races like the Leadville 100, these routes, though less distance, are much more intense. The biggest challenge: The Estes Epic Double. If you're up to it, you'll race the 50 mile mountain bike race and then return the following day for the 50 mile run!

All participants will receive Estes Epic giveaways and all participants who complete the races will receive a finisher's medal. Completion of the Estes Epic Double will receive a special finisher's award worthy of the achievement.



May 31st ~ June 21st, 2017

"Some people play softball, we race bikes"

Race The Mac
Race The Mac


The RACE THE MAC Series is hosted by RACECO at The Miller Activities Center, or MAC, and boasts a new mountain bike race series in Castle Rock, Colorado. “Race the MAC” is a series that will take place on Wednesdays starting in July with a season championship to be named in August. The series features five to nine races (depending on facility availability) and the MAC facility trails offer a great opportunity for a race series in the area. It has everything a cyclist desires in a short track mountain bike race.

The race series several different classes from juniors and beginners up to experienced and accomplished racers. As many racers do not have the time to consistently race on weekends, the thought is to bring mountain bike racers another avenue, mid-week, to get out there and increase their fitness. This series is dedicated to creating fun, family friendly race series unlike anything else along the Front Range. The key point is to involve everyone in the family in the race atmosphere as a spectator and provide activities during evening downtimes.

Junior courses will be about six miles, while adults will race anywhere from 10 miles and up. The competitors can expect a challenging single track race courses built for competition. Each classification will have different lengths. The idea is to keep them racing for no more than an hour to an hour and a half. We also have on-site food vendors from local business and for all competing in the races. A beer garden will be available at no charge to participants. This will be sponsored by Grist Brewing Company In Highlands Ranch.



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