Virtual Rider Program
Some folks may not be able to join us at the ride but would like to support the cause anyway. Perhaps you don’t ride or maybe you do ride but just can’t make it to the event. No worries! We set up the Virtual Rider Program so anyone can be involved. Have fun with your Virtual Rider status – do something special on the day of the ride (maybe even ride wherever you are!), take pictures, and post your escapade on our Facebook page!
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Still have questions? Read on…….
What does is cost to register in the Virtual Rider Program?
Registration is FREE!
Do fundraising minimums apply?
There are no fundraising minimums but, of course, we encourage you to set a personal goal.
Am I still eligible to participate in the fundraising incentives program?
Of course! Check out our cool fundraising incentives here.
Do I get my own fundraising page, just like the regular riders?
Yes, indeed! As you register you will be prompted to create your own account and fundraising page.
Can I join or start a team?
Absolutely! You can do this when you first register or Log in later at the My HQ tab.
Virtual Rider Photos!
So, did you do something fun as part of your being a Virtual Rider? Snap a photo and post your escapade on our Facebook page or just send it to us. We’ll also be creating a gallery of Virtual Riders here.
Boulder Junior Cycling virtually kicks their own butts!
Ted King is a huge fan of Boulder Junior Cycling (BJC), a racing development program to which he has provided mentorship and support. Last year, four over-zealous junior riders put together an EPIC end of season ride on Labor Day Weekend. It kicked their butts. So, it only made sense that they do it again this year with the added wrinkle that many of the participants would be Krempels King of the Road Challenge Virtual Riders. Go Team BJC!
Team FPC tackles Boulder’s Fearsome Five!
Team FPC Virtual Riders before the Start of the Boulder Fearsome Five ride!
The Boulder Fearsome Five is a ride well-known to accomplished Colorado cyclists. It includes five major climbs over 100 miles, totaling close to 16,000 feet vertical gain. Though it’s sometimes offered as a large organized ride, Team FPC (including some Virtual Riders) did their own version on August 24th. Congratulations to them on their epic ride!