Self-supported, long bicycle rides have some advantages over organized ones: you are free to start whenever you want and they are dirt-cheap. They also practice a concept Theodore Roosevelt loved to preach: rugged individualism. After all, in case of breakdown or navigation errors, you’re on your own.

Posts about Self-Supported Rides

06.24.17 Double Rist Canyon
05.05.17 Rist Canyon-Wellington 100
04.18.17 Johnstown-Horsetooth-Wellington 100
07.06.16 Fort Collins-Walden 200 on a Mountain Bike
05.24.15 Fort Collins-Nebraska 200
09.08.13 Wellington-Flats 200
08.23.12 300 Miles in 2 Days on a 41-lb., One-Speed Huffy Cruiser
09.18.11 Noodles 2 Noodles
09.13.11 Fort Collins-Walden 200
10.02.09 Noodles to Noodles 100
08.27.09 Fort Collins-Walden 200
05.30.09 Rist Canyon 100k, CO
10.18.08 Fort Collins-Nebraska 200
09.25.06 Wellington-Carter Lake 200, CO
03.28.06 Fort Collins-Hwy 14 East 100, CO
03.17.06 Fort Collins Horseshoe 100, CO
03.11.06 Fort Collins-Boulder 100, CO
12.28.05 Rist Canyon 100k, CO
08.03.05 Mt. Bachelor 100, OR
03.29.03 Half Moon Bay 100, CA
03.15.03 Three Big Bears 100, CA
12.22.02 Flatwater 100, CA
10.12.02 Mt. Hamilton 100, CA
08.25.02 Berkeley Death Ride
08.17.02 Pleasanton-Hamilton 100, CA
06.22.02 Triple Summit 100, CA
05.29.02 Fremont-Beach 100, CA
05.18.02 Kings Mountain 100, CA
02.19.02 Route Sheets for Organized Rides
11.10.01 Mt. Diablo 100, CA
01.19.01 Fremont-Lafayette 100, CA
06.03.00 Woodside-Beach 100, CA