The Rocky Mountain Bicycle Boys is a casual club for mountain bikers who love the thrill and camaraderie that comes from off-road riding with their friends. We especially enjoy exploring the endless miles of spectacular, scenic trails of Colorado's unique geography and history.

It's Time to Ride!

We just wrapped up a fantastic trip down in the Four-Corners area of Colorado, near Durango.  Weather and riding conditions were superb!  We got to check out a few new trails as well as redo one of our favorites in the area, Phil's World.  Post ride visits to breweries in Cortez and Mancos wrapped up each afternoon on a cool, refreshing not.  Check out our pics.

We still have a few trips on the books currently.  Please get in touch with the trip sponsors to sign up. 
We're also looking to add more day rides for the coming weeks.   So keep a sharp eye out in case we add any trips or rides which may spark your interest, and get in touch with any trip sponsor quickly to put in your name.  Our trips can fill up fast.  We want to see you woo-hooing on a trip, not boo-hooing on the sidelines.

If you have any trip/ride ideas or suggestions on how to better run your club or our website, please let us know at  Remember: no one listens to your flapping clap trap or clapping flap trap better than the RMBB.  Hmmm, I think that should be our new club motto.

Happy Trails!

Last updated 7/17/2018
Newly Added Events
We're going to stay closer to town for this year's Fall Foliage trip.  We'll stay in a luxury rental in East Vail while we make day rides in the area.  Since we'll be in Vail, those who want to go golfing or shopping instead of biking will have some pretty sweet (and pricey!) options.  Cost for 3 nights lodging and most meals will be $260/person.  Please contact to sign up.
RMBB will spend the last holiday weekend of summer revisiting some of our favorite trails.  The Grand Valley in western Colorado is home to legendary rides near Fruita and Grand Junction.  We'll stay three nights at two private homes near Colorado National Monument and Lunch Loop / Tabeguache trailhead.  We'll visit local breweries and restaurants for evening meals.  Unfortunately, this trip is sold out.  Please contact to place your name on standby.
The Rawhide Loop Trail circles White Ranch Park's highest meadows and rolling hills with varied terrain and exceptional views throughout. This transition zone between foothills and montane forest spans a diverse tapestry of meadows, ponderosa parks and home to deer, turkeys, foxes, and bears. Please contact to sign up.
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