Stonewall Century Ride 2018

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This year marks the 15th Annual Stonewall Century Ride, to be held on August 11. The Stonewall Century Ride is a 102 out-and-back ride from La Veta to Segundo Colorado, with over 7,500 feet of elevation. It is scenic, challenging, and the food is delicious – and bicyling a century ride probably makes it taste even better! You can also choose to ride 25 and 50 mile segments if you’re not ready for the full 100+ mile ride.

The Stonewall Century Ride is hosted by the Spanish Peaks Cycling Association, founded in 2002 by Sue Wyman, and now a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. The ride is organized by Kent Hay and Kerrie Meyler of Spanish Peaks Cycling. Spanish Peaks Cycling also holds bicycle repair clinics (fix your bike – for free) and school safety talks and rodeos.

Proceeds from the Stonewall ride are donated to the Stonewall Fire Protection Auxiliary, La Veta Fire Protection Auxiliary, La Veta Public Library, and the La Veta School District (RE-2).

For information on the Stonewall Century Ride and to register, visit or check out facebook.

From Page 66 of our Summer 2018 Issue

Read: How to Prepare for Your First Century Ride written by David De Haan Founder of

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