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Cycling for Children's Hospital Colorado

More than 2,000 riders biked for two days to create a better world for children

Photos by Nichole Emerson Photography

More than 2,000 riders cycled for two days over picturesque Rocky Mountain passes to raise money for Children’s Hospital Colorado. 

Through individual and team fundraising efforts, participants raised over $3,400,000 at the Courage Classic. Riders and donors create a better world for children, dollar by dollar, pedal by pedal, one mountain pass at a time.

In 30 tours, the Courage Classic has raised more than $50 million. Undesignated Courage Classic fundraising supports the Children’s Fund, which gives the hospital the flexibility to serve the greatest needs of our patients. Teams that raise more than $50,000 can designate their funds to certain areas of the hospital – and in doing so, help children and families with specific needs and diagnoses.

The 2020 Courage Classic is set for July 18-19.

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