Riding the Rockies is really something special

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Riding the Rockies is really something special

In a cell phone photo, the beginning of the Black Canyon is shown on the way to Hotchkiss.
A cyclist poses for a photo at the summit of Independence Pass on Tuesday, June 12. See more photos online at www.cortezjournal.com
In this cell phone photo, the morning sun covers the mountains near Leadville as cyclists begin to break camp and hit the road.
The Flippin’ Flapjacks vendor, which provided all-you-can-eat pancakes, was a popular stop for cyclists on the tour.
Journal/Dale Shrull
A group of cyclists pose for a photo at the finish line of the 2012 Ride the Rockies in Fort Collins on Friday, June 15.
Hundreds of bags are loaded and unloaded daily. Following each ride, cyclists will locate their bag and set up camp or head ro motels.
A pair of cyclists pose at the Continental Divide sign on the way up Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park.

Riding the Rockies is really something special

In a cell phone photo, the beginning of the Black Canyon is shown on the way to Hotchkiss.
A cyclist poses for a photo at the summit of Independence Pass on Tuesday, June 12. See more photos online at www.cortezjournal.com
In this cell phone photo, the morning sun covers the mountains near Leadville as cyclists begin to break camp and hit the road.
The Flippin’ Flapjacks vendor, which provided all-you-can-eat pancakes, was a popular stop for cyclists on the tour.
Journal/Dale Shrull
A group of cyclists pose for a photo at the finish line of the 2012 Ride the Rockies in Fort Collins on Friday, June 15.
Hundreds of bags are loaded and unloaded daily. Following each ride, cyclists will locate their bag and set up camp or head ro motels.
A pair of cyclists pose at the Continental Divide sign on the way up Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park.
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