A high-altitude riders dream, the Breck Epic is a six-day stage race through challenging back-country terrain, with stages averaging 50 miles apiece. Organizers choose the days route based on where they would like to ride, so you can expect to see a little bit of everythingthough each stage starts and finishes in downtown Breckenridge, and the course is well-supplied with aid stations.
How to enter the Breck Epic
- Bike 220mi
- Run 72h
- Bike 220mi
Breck Epic routes
In general, the race is 220-240 miles long and ‘features’ roughly 40,000′ feet of vertical gain (and loss!) Courses get tweaked from year to year as new trails get built, decommissioned or authorized.
- Aug 5: Stage 1 – Pennsylvania Creek (Ice Rink/Carter Park) – 35 miles, 6000′
- Aug 6: Stage 2 – Colorado Trail (Lower Washington/B&B Lot) – 43 miles, 7200′
- Aug 7: Stage 3 – Guyot (Lower Washington/B&B Lot) – 41 miles, 8100′
- Aug 8: Stage 4 – Aqueduct (Lower Washington/B&B Lot) – 44 miles, 6300′
- Aug 9: Stage 5 – Wheeler (Beaver Run Parking Lot/Peaks TH) – 32 miles, 4900′
- Aug 10: Stage 6 – Gold Dust (Ice Rink/Ice Rink) 30 miles, 4800′
Breck Epic weather forecast
Rain in the morning and afternoon.
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