Routt County 2022 Race Calendar

The complete guide to cycling and running races and events in and around Steamboat Springs

SBT GRVL black course racers turn off of County Road 44A onto CR52E early Sunday morning.
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The only thing matching Steamboat’s world-class trails is its lineup of events letting people hike, run and bike with like-minded adventurers.


Saturday, May 7 — Hayden Cog Run,

Saturday, May 7 — Where the Hell’s Maybell,

Sunday, May 15 — Steamboat Roubaix Road Race,

Monday, May 16-22 — Steamboat Gravel Festival

Saturday, May 21 — Spirit Challenge,

Saturday, May 28 — SSWSC Bike Swap,


Sunday, June 5 — Steamboat Marathon,

Wednesday, June 8-12 — SBT GRVL TRVL,

Saturday, June 11 — Moots Ranch Rally,

Saturday, June 18 — Howelsen HIll Trail Run,

Saturday, June 25 — STARS Biking the Boat,

Ashley Neff and Emily Stout compete in the Steamboat Springs Running Series’ Howelsen Hill Trail Run in 2021.
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Saturday, July 9 — Hahn’s Peak Vertical,

Wednesday, July 13-16 — Summer Ramble,

Saturday, July 16 — Shimano Tour de Steamboat,

Saturday, July 23 — Spring Creek Memorial,

Saturday, July 24 — Steamboat Lake Sprint Triathlon,

Saturday, July 30-31 — Steamboat Revolution Enduro,

Sunday, July 31 – Stagecoach Gravel Triathlon,

The first wave of swimmers take off during the 2019 Steamboat Lake Triathlon.
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Saturday, Aug. 6-7 — Emerald Mountian Epic,

Sunday, Aug. 14 — SBT GRVL,

Saturday, Aug. 27 — Continental Divide Trail Run,


Sunday, Sept. 4 — 10K at 10,000 feet,

Saturday, Sept. 10 — Ride the Cog,

Friday, Sept. 16-17 — Run Rabbit Run,

Saturday, Sept. 24 — Il Corsa D’oro,


Saturday, Oct. 1 — Emerald Mountain Trail Run,

Saturday, Oct. 1 — Steamboat Springs Mustache Ride,

Saturday, Oct. 29 — Foundry Halloween Run,

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