RUMBLE IN THE ROCKIES
Description: 35 miles Southwest of Denver, Rampart Range is home to the Rumble in the Rockies and the 2023 Underground Finals. This Rocky Mountain recreation area is home to over 200 miles of fast flowing trails perfect for Onewheel racing. The Rumble will offer multiple race events during the weekend. This will include a Full Moon Night race and timed racing with a professional timing system.
Denver Colorado offers great summer riding weather. The elevation of the Rocky Mountains offers low humidity and clear sky's with warm warm temps ranging from mid 75's during the day and low 60's at night.
Rumble in the Rockies schedule is subject to change. A final itinerary will be sent after registration closes.
Welcome & Explore
Check in and explore.
Friday, June 7th
Practice, Freeride & Night Race
8:00am - 6:00pm
Optional Underground Open practice and explore Rampart Range
6:00pm - 10:00pm
Night Racing! End the night with night rides and a community camp fire!
8:00am - 4:00pm
Underground Open & Finals at
4:00pm - 10:00pm
Retire to ---- for camping, activities, trail riding, and food trucks.
Saturday, June 8th
Sunday, June 9th
Ride and Clean Up
8:00am - 1:00pm
Pancake breakfast and awards. Freeride trails of your choice. Explore 200 miles of trails or relax in the with views you can only find in the Rocky Mountains. Clean up and get ready to return home.
Helmets & wristguards are required for all races
All boards are welcome. No board classes, ride what you brought!
Charging Station will be available.
Race Waivers must be signed by all participants on-site and anyone under the age of 18 must have a parent present with them at check in to sign waiver
Stay on marked trails
Respect the location. You are representing our community and we want to make a good impression, Be mindful this is a are family friendly event.
Located in the Pike-San Isabel National Forest about 35 miles southwest of Denver are nearly 200 miles of trails for OHVs, (Off Highway Vehicles). This area is known as the Rampart Range Motorized Recreation Area. The trails, some of which were originally stage coach roads and game trails, traverse several hundred square miles of national forest at elevations ranging from about 6,500 feet to over 8,500 feet. There are currently over 30 designated trails with terrain and challenges varied enough for riders of all abilities to find enjoyable. The South Platte Ranger District of the USDA Forest Service and the Rampart Range Motorized Management Committee (RRMMC) maintain the trail system.
Rampart Range, Colorado 80135