FOX 21 News covers The Pikes Peak APEX, a four-day mountain bike challenge that will take place Sept. 24-27 at various locations in Colorado Springs and El Paso County, will impact several streets, parks and trails. Approximately 200 cyclists are expected to take part in the event, which will start at 8 a.m. daily.
VeloNews interviews Dr. Michael Roshon about The Pikes Peak APEX COVID-19 response plan for September.
Latest APEX news, published in The Gazette
A large-scale mountain bike race in Colorado Springs slated for 2020 has a set of proposed courses designed to entice resident aficionados and unaware visitors alike.
While awaiting approval from the U.S. Forest Service and other land managers, the Pikes Peak Apex’s executive director, Micah Rice, has unveiled concepts for the four-day event set for Sept 24-27.
The expectation is to kick off the event that Thursday with a short prologue at Palmer Park — among what Rice calls the Springs’ “greatest hits.”