FAQ

No reservation is necessary for indoor or outdoor camping. Space is based on a first-come, first- serve basis. Indoor camping is typically in a gymnasium where you provide your own sleeping bag and pad. Outdoor camping can be done on your own where you bring your tent, sleeping bag, etc. and set it up each night or you can take advantage of Sherpa Packer- full service tent set-up and transportation at an additional cost.
Private Support is allowed to utilize the outdoor camping areas and RV camping; however, due to limited space indoors, only registered riders may camp in these areas.
RTR baggage truck will carry one 70 lb. bag per person. We recommend using waterproof luggage or lining your bag with plastic trash bags. We strongly recommend a large, soft-sided duffel bag or internal frame backpack.
For the safety of you and other cyclists, bike trailers are not allowed on the Tour.
Weeklong parking is provided in both the start and finish community. Charter bus transportation will be provided through Summit Cycle Solutions. Buses will take cyclists from Salida to Alamosa on Saturday, June 10th and Saturday June 17th.
RTR will supply light snacks at aid stations on the route. Full meals are not provided and you should be prepared with cash to purchase meals in the host communities and on the route from route vendors.
Water Skratch Mix Trail Mix KIND Bars Jackson's Honest Chips Fruit Pretzels Animal Crackers Route Vendors
RTR support will be on the route starting at 6:00 a.m. All cyclists must be out of the start host community by 9:00 a.m.
No, in an effort to respect the space of other participants, pets are not permitted in the camping or headquarters site areas.
If you wish cancel your registration, you must request a refund through email at rtr@denverpost.com. A processing fee will be deducted from your refund. Please note - voluntary donations and merchandise will not be refunded. No cancellation requests will be processed after May 14th.