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FAQ's

How much does it cost?

The entry fee for the 2021 B2B - Colorado is $1,500. The entry fee for the Two Day option is $750. Every profitable dollar, beyond the expenses of the ride itself, goes toward the ministry of YFCI. Many riders choose to raise these funds, as it is a tax-deductible donation. But there are reasons to raise even more than this amount, please contact us if you have questions about donating or fundraising.

Where and when is it?

The 2021 B2B - Colorado will be June 25 - 29. Cyclists will pedal out from Idaho Springs, CO on the morning of the 25th, and will finish in Moab, UT on the 29th. The Two Day option ends June 26 in Almont, CO. See our "Route" page for details, or click here.

How do I sign up to ride?

We are excited you want to join us! Just fill out the contact form above, letting us know you would like to ride with us. We'll be in touch soon! 

When did this event originate?

The inaugural Brickyard to Bridge was in 2013, and each year since we have ridden 500 miles from the Indianapolis Motor Speedway to the Mackinac Bridge in northern Michigan. This year will be the ninth annual fundraising ride, and the first in Colorado.

Is food provided?

Food is provided. Part of the entry fee for the event covers all food needed throughout the duration of the event, including drinks and snacks in the S.A.G. vehicle, lunches, and dinners. Riders are encouraged to bring their own personal nutrition (energy bars, gels, salt tablets, drink mixes, etc.). Please contact us with any questions.

Where do we sleep?

Each night of the trip, riders will share a hotel room with another cyclist. However, if a rider wants a single room, accommodations can be arranged for an additional fee (please contact us).

How do I get home?

Each participant will be responsible for his or her own way home after completing the ride. Participants are encouraged to coordinate with other riders on transportation. If riding the full five days, event staff may be able to help (please contact us).

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