The Copper Triangle is a 78-mile Colorado alpine road race. With three challenging climbs over Fremont, Tennessee and Vail Pass, bikers gain a total 5,981 feet of elevation. Athletes start and finish in the Burning Stones Plaza at Copper and pass three ski areas, Camp Hale and historic mining outposts along the ride. Aid and rest stations are placed throughout the course. When participants finish, they return to the Alpine Celebration, a post-ride party with prizes, a cycling expo, music and lunch. Since 2006 the event has raised more than 1 million dollars for the Davis Phinney Foundation.
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