Break The Cycle 200: Denver

What is Break The Cycle 200?

Break The Cycle 200 (BTC 200) uses 200-mile, one-day, bike rides and other endurance events to create awareness and raise funds to help those caught in the horrible reality of human trafficking in the U.S. and around the world.

Course Highlights

Denver’s 200-mile course will be the most unique BTC 200 event in all of the US by offering double-century and single century options with “bunny ears” style loops that all revolve around the Barn House at Breckenridge Brewing. Whether you do one stage or both, this will be an event filled with breathtaking views, a first-rate challenge, and a worthy cause.

Check below for more details on the route and event details below.

Why We Ride

The problem is global with 40+ mil entrapped in modern forms of slavery, including sex slavery.  In the US, a child is exploited for sex trafficking every 2 min (US Department of Justice). It happens around the world and in our backyard.

You Can Help

Our participants are signing up to join the fight against modern slavery by giving voice to the issue and raising funds that help rescue and restore real victims in the US and around the world.

We ask that you raise a minimum of $500 and every dollar raised will go straight to help our efforts to end modern slavery.

Don’t worry, we will give you resources and a platform to raise your support online.

We do tough things for people in tough places.

200 Miles // One Purpose // End Modern Slavery

200 mi Registration $200

Registration includes a t-shirt, a full bike kit, ride nutrition, and ride support.

After you’ve registered, your fundraising page will be automatically created, and ready to go! You’ll be able to start sharing right away, or you’ll be able to make it your own.

100 mi Registration $185

Registration includes a t-shirt, a full bike kit, ride nutrition, and ride support.

After you’ve registered, your fundraising page will be automatically created, and ready to go! You’ll be able to start sharing right away, or you’ll be able to make it your own.

Upon signing up, you’ll be able to choose Stage 1 or Stage 2. All of our events are peloton style and we’ll work together to start together, stay on pace, and finish together.

Stage 2 start time will be dependent upon the finish time of Stage 1, and we’ll aim for 12:30 pm – 1:00 pm.

Volunteer

For the Challenge event, we’ll need volunteers of all types. This issue of trafficking is a community issue and it will take a community to make a difference. We’re calling on our friends that are happy to serve with their hands and feet.

Positions needed:

SAG Drivers –  Arrive at the start point with cyclists at 4:45 am the day of the event. Drive as a rearguard or the riders the entire 200 miles to provide support and safety during the ride. Every 25 miles we will stop for a break and the sag crew can help as needed with getting cyclists gear or nutrition out of the vehicle.

Ride Nutrition Support – Arrive at 4:45 am the day of the event. Ride in a support vehicle and help the driver with navigation support and set up nutrition and hydration for riders every 25miles. See the driver description for more details.

Click the “Donate or Register or Volunteer” button below to get started.