SUNDAY, SEPT. 24, 2023 AT 8 AM
Join Old Town Hot Springs and Olympian Ben Berend for a social morning of gravel riding with friends, followed by brunch and an optional soak in the hot springs. Explore the beauty of South Routt on the approx. 24-mile ride that starts and ends at Catamount Lake House.
This is a great opportunity to connect with old friends and meet new ones for future rides and camaraderie. And, with experienced ride leaders, you will get answers to all your riding and bike questions all while supporting a great cause, Old Town Hot Springs It’s in the Water Capital Campaign. After the ride, head back to Old Town Hot Springs and enjoy a catered brunch and libations on the poolside deck. And, of course, soak your tired muscles in our historic hot springs!
The ride is 24 miles, starting at Catamount Lake House and looping around Pleasant Valley Rd (CR 18), Stagecoach Reservoir, and back on to the Catamount Lake House.
ABOUT RIDE LEADER BEN BEREND
Olympian Ben Berend, born and raised in Steamboat Springs, loves exploring the back roads of Routt County, and he is excited to lead our group on one of his favorite gravel rides. Ben grew up with Olympic dreams which became a reality when he represented the USA on the Nordic combined team at the 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang. He attended the University of New Mexico, where he skied with the Division One Lobos Nordic team. Ben returned to Steamboat in 2020 and married his college sweetheart, Brenna Egan, also a Lobos Nordic skier. Joining Cam Boyd at Steamboat Sotheby’s Realty, the two established the Boyd & Berend Group to offer expertise in all aspects of Steamboat real estate. Ben loves riding bikes of all kinds, and in the winter, skiing just about any type of terrain.
RIDE SPONSOR THE BOYD & BEREND GROUP
The Boyd & Berend Group with Steamboat Sotheby’s International Realty has over 37 years of combined experience in all aspects of Steamboat real estate. Their mission is to ensure their client’s complete satisfaction with the entire property buying or selling process. The group is actively involved in the community in many ways including rotary, contributing to city commissions and non-profits, and coaching youth sports.
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