Fruita's event schedule and more linked below!
Thank you to everyone involved in making RTR possible and an incredible way to finish our 2024 event!
Get ready to ride an iconic route through this historic landmark!
Welcome to Fruita!
We are thrilled to be ending 2024 Ride The Rockies in this iconic cycling town. You will have a long ride in from Rangely on Friday June 14th then wake up the next day for an unforgettable finish through Colorado National Monument. You’ll ride through the monument and right into downtown Fruita for a great celebration with entertainment, beer and food. You will not want to miss this epic finish for 2024 Ride The Rockies in Fruita, the town can’t wait to have us!
Check out the Fruita RTR Guidebook for everything you need to know about the town and what’s going on for the finish weekend!
What’s in store:
Ride The Colorado National Monument on Saturday, June 15th
Finish in Downtown Fruita at Civic Center Park
Walking distance to downtown shops, restaurants, and breweries.
Quick access to trails, recreation paths, and mountain biking.
A Special Thanks to Mesa County Valley School District 51
District 51 is excited to partner with Ride the Rockies and the City of Fruita as we gear up to welcome riders at the finish line of their week-long journey! The Grand Valley boasts breathtaking views, and riders will cap off their experience with a scenic ride through the Colorado National Monument, ending their journey in Fruita’s Civic Park. District 51 is honored to host Ride the Rockies alongside the City of Fruita this year and looks forward to cheering on racers as they cross the finish line and welcoming campers at Fruita Middle School. Join us as we celebrate the success and camaraderie of Ride the Rockies – because in this adventure, we are ALL D51!
Mesa County Valley School District 51, located in Mesa County, Colorado, is the largest school district between Denver, Colorado, and Salt Lake City, Utah. Committed to providing quality learning experiences for its students, D51 focuses on fostering academic excellence, offering a wide range of educational programs, extracurricular activities, and support services to meet the diverse needs of its student population. The district values innovation and embraces a variety of teaching methods to prepare students for success in an ever-evolving world. With 46 schools & programs, District 51 strives to create a positive and inclusive learning environment that encourages students to explore their full potential. With a dedicated team of educators and strong community partnerships, Mesa County Valley School District 51 is committed to its vision to engage, equip, and empower each and every student, each and every day, ensuring they are well-prepared for both career and life after high school.