EVENT DATE: AUGUST 12, 2023
The awards ceremony will be held in the Festival Area at approximately 9:30 AM. Results must be posted for a minimum of 15 minutes in case of any disputes on finish times. Awards will be given out when all recipients are present and that 15 minute period has passed.
MANDATORY brake checks will be conducted at the Glen Cove gate by Pikes Peak Highway staff for all cyclists descending from the Summit and continuing down to the highway. WARNING: overheated rims can cause tire failure. You may want to deflate tires prior to your descent.
We will transport your warm clothing bag to the Summit. Transport vehicles will depart at a specific time prior to the start. Your bag MUST be tagged with your corresponding race number. Departure times for transport vehicles are posted on the event website and can be found in the Technical Manual.
All USAC rules apply. USAC waiver must be signed by all racers or parent/guardian for anyone 18 years or younger. BRAC membership required for Colorado USAC members. The Broadmoor Cycle to the Summit Gran Fondo (open/fun ride) will be taking place in conjunction with the Competitive race. Please keep in mind you are sharing the course. Be courteous and aware during your race, communicate clearly as you overtake other cyclists, and use the Yellow Line Rule at all times.
- Required License: A USAC license is required to compete in any of the Competitive race categories. To purchase a one-day license, please click here. Make sure to bring the receipt to the race. Annual USAC licenses available online at usacycling.org.
- Membership Requirment: BRAC membership is required for points obtained to count towards Rocky Mountain Road Cup, individual or team competition. BRAC 1-day memberships available online at coloradocycling.org (BRAC 1-day membership exempt with USAC 1-day License and for cyclists living outside of Colorado).
This is the same course that The Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill climb has been using for auto racing since 1916. Cyclists will negotiate over 156 turns, for 12.5 mi/20 km, and climb over 4,700 ft. to the summit. For Course Map – CLICK HERE
It is extremely important that you are careful during your descent. There will be race operations and officials vehicles on the course. If you have not reached the Festival Area prior to 9:00 am, there WILL BE general public vehicles on the course. USE EXTREME CAUTION, use the Yellow Line Rule at all times, follow posted speed limits (Rangers will ticket for speeding), control your breaking, watch for wildlife, pass vehicles only in designated passing areas, and take rest breaks as needed.
5089 Pikes Peak Hwy, Cascade, CO 80809
Take I-25 to Downtown Colorado Springs. Exit I-25 at exit 141, to Highway 24 West. Follow Highway 24 West to Cascade, Colorado, approximately 10 miles. Follow the signs to Pikes Peak Highway and turn left at the Cascade traffic signal. Pikes Peak Highway will veer to your left in approximately a ½ mile.
E-bike Open: Limited to three defined classes (Class 1, Class 2, and Class 3). For more information, please click here.
Kinship Landing ( 415 S Nevada Ave.)
Junior Queens Starting at $246.05
Room Rates available until 7/26/23
All cyclists will receive a pass to access the highway in their race packet. Everyone accessing the Pikes Peak Highway Gateway the day of the race must either have a pass or they will be charged the normal Pikes Peak Highway fee. This fee must be paid by race support members and/or family members. Fees are:
- Ages 6-15 = $5 per person
- Ages 16 and older = $15 per person
*No one will be allowed above the Start Line (except cyclists) before 9:00am for any reason*
Limited 2023 Cycle to the Summit jerseys will be available for pickup on August 10th-11th!
Parking will be at multiple locations near the Start Line and down to Crystal Reservoir Visitors Area. A Cycle to the Summit staff member will be onsite to help direct you. Click here to view parking locations.
NO DAY-OF REGISTRATION. ALL CYCLISTS MUST PRE-REGISTER FOR THIS EVENT.
- Early Registration: Jan 9- May 31
- Standard Registration: June 1-Aug 9
- Packet Pick-up Registration: August 10 & 11
There will be snack & hydration stations at the Festival and Awards Area, Glen Cove, Devil’s Playground, and at the Summit. Please bring a water bottle and remember NOT to litter.
The start line is located approximately 7 miles uphill from the Pikes Peak Highway Gateway, just past Crystal Reservoir. The start time for the first wave of the race is 6:13 am.
There will be a shuttle onsite at the Summit for a fee of $10 CASH. This shuttle will transport cyclists from the Summit to Glen Cove from 7:00am-10:00am. The final departure from the Summit is at 10:00am.
Cycle your way to the Summit Society! Named in honor of Pikes Peak- America’s Mountain which summit sits at 14,115 ft., Summit Society is an exclusive club for summiteers united by the challenge and adventure of cycling up Pikes Peak.
Riders that complete Cycle to the Summit in the specified race time frame (before 9:45 AM) will become a member of the Summit Society and will receive a medal, Cycle to the Summit collectible, and exclusive discounts! Click here for more information!
Elevate your bucket list by 14,115 ft.
The 2023 Technical Guide is HERE. Your guide to all things Cycle to the Summit! A PDF of the guide will be sent to all participants prior to the event.
All participants will be timed using disposable chips. Timing will be closed at the summit at 9:45 AM. Those that do not reach the summit by that time will not timed.
Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center
Hybl Sports Medicine and Performance Center’s Human Physiology and Performance lab includes state of the art equipment and staff to perform numerous physiological assessments that measure numerous aerobic performance parameters. See the flyer below or www.hyblcenter.org for more information on services they provide and call or email the contact at the bottom to get scheduled if interested.