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  RMCC NEWS

RMCC Socks — There still are some RMCC socks available for purchase. They are 3/4 length, ultra light, and made of Merino wool. Contact Rick Melick for sizes and ordering.


$10, including shipping

Wet and Wild Colorado Classic Double Century! — "Somewhere Between Epic.....And Brutal!" writes Mark Lowe on the Triple Crown Blog about this inaugural event. Wow!


Marcelina Mountain on Kebler Pass Road - Walter Zitz photo


On a recent club ride - Rick Melick


Two Dozen Super Randonneurs! — With the spring brevets now behind us, 24 who rode them are now Super Randonneurs (by riding a 200k, 300k, 400k, and 600k brevet in one season). This is a big accomplishment and the height of many randonneurs' seasons, much as the Colorado Triple Crown award for those riders. Congratulations to these riders!


The ACP Super Randonneur Medal

Solstice Triple-Header 400k/600k/1000k Brevets! — A toasty event no matter which distance you chose. Have a look at the results and photos!


Andy Alberschardt and Jeremy Shlachter descend Poudre Canyon

Great Turnout for Colorado High Country Double Century! — A great inaugural event. See Mark Lowe's write-up on the Triple Crown Blog.


Finish Line in Steamboat

Interesting "Cyclists and the Law" Item on cpr.org — Interesting article with interviews on Colorado Public Radio site, including Megan Hottman, cyclist lawyer who's spoken at our seminars, and our own Brent Myers (with photo!).

Hints of Sun on the Poudre Canyon 300k/400k/600k! — A nice turnout and a great finishing rate for the three distances. Check out the rider results!


Steve Le Goff, JLE, Michelle Grainger, Terri Gooch, Ray Rupel at the finish

Rough Time for Black Forest 300k Riders! — The Black Forest 300k Brevet bode hail, showers, and then heavy, wet snow for our stalwart randos on May 9. A huge thanks to Corinne Warren for providing support and rescue throughout the day, with help from her husband Mark, Foon Feldman, and Ray Rupel!


Snow in the Black Forest - Laurie Stanton photo

Paris-Brest-Paris Podcast #3! — George Thomas has published the third in his series of "The Road to PBP" podcasts. In this segment we focus on qualification, training and planning your pre-PBP riding schedule.

About Changed or Cancelled Rides — Especially in this weather-challenged season, check the "Upcoming Rides" section of this page for news about cancelled or changed rides.

Volunteer Rewards! — We're rewarding our volunteers with an RMCC jersey for concerted effort. Just accumulate 7 points and the jersey is yours: start a club ride (1 point), lead a brevet (2 points), work a Triple Crown event (3 points), or help on a 1200k Grand Randonnée (4 points/day). Need more incentive? Check out this story.

RMCC Attire Reorders — We will be periodically placing new batch orders for the 2014 design of RMCC attire based on interest. Jerseys, bibs, shorts, and socks are available. Please contact Mark Lowe for details and to express interest.

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FROM THE BLOGS ...


» Two Dozen Super Randonneurs So Far This Year! 2-July
» Team "Les Lanternes Rouge" Rides the Flèche! 6-May
» Riding the Kohala - Kona Konundrum 201km Perm! 28-Feb
» Riding the California Central Coast 1200! 13-Jan-2015
»Grand RandonnĂ©e Round-Up for 2015
» Riding Cathy Cramer's Bishop Castle 207km Perm!
» Rando/Ultra Vortex on the James Canyon Jaunt
»What's New for 2015 2-Jan-2015
»2014 Colorado Triple Crown Finishers

»Volunteering 2015 2-Feb-2015
»Wednesday Evening Rides 2015 7-Jan-2015
»Got socks? 12-Dec-2014
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