Cyclocross races consist of many laps, approximately 1.5 to 2 miles each, on a course featuring pavement, wooded trails, grass, steep hills and obstacles requiring the rider to quickly dismount, carry the bike while navigating the obstructions and remount.

After party location TBD

Cost: Adult Race ($20 Advance, $25 Day-of, $5 second race) Kids Race ($10 Advance, $15 Day-of)

Race Day Schedule:

Registration – 4:15-6:15pm
Kids Race – 5:00pm (15 minutes)
Beginners Race – 5:20pm (20 minutes)
Sport Race – 5:45pm (30 minutes)
Pro/Open Race – 6:20pm (40 minutes)

For more info or questions, call 970-479-2280 or

Cyclocross races consist of many laps, approximately 1.5 to 2 miles each, on a course featuring pavement, wooded trails, grass, steep hills and obstacles requiring the rider to quickly dismount, carry the bike while navigating the obstructions and remount.

After party will be at the Dusty Boot Roadhouse – Eagle.

Cost: Adult Race ($20 Advance, $25 Day-of, $5 second race) Kids Race ($10 Advance, $15 Day-of)

Race Day Schedule:

Registration – 4:15-6:15pm
Kids Race – 5:00pm (15 minutes)
Beginners Race – 5:20pm (20 minutes)
Sport Race – 5:45pm (30 minutes)
Pro/Open Race – 6:20pm (40 minutes)

For more info or questions, call 970-479-2280 or

The Experience

September 29-October 1st join us for a different kind of yoga festival set in the quaint town of Eagle, Colorado (just west of Vail). Experience a relaxing weekend of Slow Flow Yoga, Aromatherapy, music, Yin Yoga, lectures, and more. This is the yoga festival for Every Body! New students and advanced practitioners are welcome. Relax, renew, and restore while enjoying the unmatched, picturesque views of Eagle, Colorado.

Dates: Friday, September 29 – Sunday, October 1st, 2017
Location: Eagle, Colorado (located just west of Vail, Colorado)

This year’s Eagle YogaFest will be home to a variety of unique activities including Yoga Classes, Lectures, Aromatherapy, Meditation, Live Music and the Yoga Pants Party at Bonfire Brewing.

Make it Your Own

Eagle YogaFest is excited to present a yoga festival like no other. This year’s festival features a number of classes, lectures, and experiences by a unique line-up of instructors. All levels of experience are welcome!

There will be multiple class options offered during each time slot over the weekend so you can choose your own experience over the weekend.  The festival will feature 3 time slots on Saturday and two additional time slots on Sunday morning.

Eagle YogaFest Welcomes Kevin Paris!

This year we are excited to welcome singer/songwriter Kevin Paris! Kevin will be accompanying our yoga instructors taking their class offerings to the next level. Kevin has completed a yoga teacher training and toured the world playing live music for over 1,000 yoga classes with renowned teachers at festivals, retreats, and events like Wanderlust Festival, Hanuman Festival, Yoga Journal Live, Gai, and YogaGlo. In addition to catching Kevin in class be sure to join us for his acoustic performance at Color Roasters on Friday night!

Bighorn Toyota Presents: Yoga + Beats (Sound Off Edition)

“The goal of life is to make your heartbeat match the beat of the universe, to match your nature with Nature.” -Joseph Campbell

Join Yvonne as she takes you on a journey through a 75 min vinyasa practice using Sound Off’s signature headphones.  Class will be accompanied by Deep House Beats designed to align your body, breath, and mind. Expect a flowing vinyasa practice with plenty of time to wind down and relax.

Relax and Enjoy a Spa Treatment at Eagle YogaFest.

At Evolve we believe beauty and wellness go hand in hand. Therefore we provide relaxation and stress relief as well as the finest treatments for the face and body. With your senses soothed and your spirit calmed, you will discover what beauty comes with balance. Our knowledgeable and attentive staff will skillfully design your session to address your specific needs. Customizing your experience is what we are known for bringing you balance, health, and beauty…inside and out.

YogaFest Spa Specials for all Attendees and Instructors
* Must show pass at check out
20% off all 60 or 90 minute services.
Express treatment Menu for in between class
$55 Yoga Fest Refresh Facial
$45 YogaFest Back, Neck, and Shoulders Massage
$35 YogaFest Foot Treatment.
$35 Spray Tans
$1 minute chair massage all weekend!

The Event

The 7th Annual Racin’ to Raise Cash event is coming up on August 19th at the Eagle County Fairgrounds.  We design and construct track with some incredibly difficult obstacles that jeeps and rock buggies try to complete in the fastest time. It provides some exciting action and is entertaining for the entire family. We put 100% of the proceeds from this event back into the community.

Keepin’ em Real Scholarship Fund was founded by Tiffany Myers who was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer in 2007 at age 36. In 2008 it had spread to her bones. She is now surviving with stage 4 breast cancer, with so much grace and inspiration. Tiffany along with her family and friends have walked hundreds of miles and crewed in 5 Susan G Komen 3 Day for a Cure as Team Keepin’ em Real. The 3 Day is an inspiring 60 mile walk that raises money and gives hope, for a future without breast cancer. Everyone should participate in a 3 Day at least once in their life time.
Crawlin’ To A Cure was founded by the Hobbs family, based on their love of off-roading and desire to help Team Keepin’ em Real. Crawlin’ To A Cure is a non-profit that uses off-road 4X4 vehicles to raise money for the Keepin’ em Real Scholarship Fund.

The Keepin’ em Real Scholarship is set up for students with families impacted by cancer, as too many know even with insurance, cancer takes a toll financially on a family. Our goal with this scholarship is to help as many students as we can, to make their educational dreams become a reality!

Race Information

Admissions for spectators is $10 for everyone (4 and under FREE)
Registration opens at 7 a.m. make it faster and take advantage of the online registration at

Spectator gate opens at 9 a.m. when qualifying starts! Ticket for qualifying is good for the race too!
Our stadium race has 7 classes, EVERYONE has to wear a helmet! Seatbelts are a MUST!

Starting this year we now have so many drivers we will be running qualifications. Qualifying will start at 9a.m. each driver will run two consecutive laps, best top 10 times in each class will race for money starting at 5:30p.m. There will be a drivers meeting after qualifying.

STOCK CLASS- Full body vehicles (NO TUBE BODY) UP to 35″
MODIFIED CLASS- Full body vehicles (NO TUBE BODY) tire size 36″ to 40″
UNLIMITED CLASS A- ANY vehicle with tires 42″ or SMALLER MUST run harder course
UNLIMITED CLASS B- ANY vehicle with tires 43″or BIGGER MUST run harder course
BOULDER BUSTIN’ PINK LADIES- Lady driver any vehicle (A) RUNS EASIER COURSE (B) RUNS HARDER COURSE (Two first place prizes for ladies – second to next best time either course)

UTV CLASS- Side-By-Side
CASH prizes for top three times in each class! First pays $250* Second pays $150* Third pays $100

$100 driver entry fee EACH driver, you can run in additional class for $50 extra EACH driver

EACH driver will get ONE driver pass and ONE pit pass (PLEASE don’t give us a hard time on this) anyone else with you will have to stay in the stands and only allowed back in pit AFTER the race.

Crawlin’ To A Cure donates 100% of the drivers fee, gate admission and merchandise sales to the Tiffany Myers Memorial Keepin’ em Real Scholarship Fund and families effected by cancer. As too many know, even with insurance, cancer takes a toll financially on a family. We are dedicated to helping with that burden.

Find the perfect pumpkin in the Eagle Ranch Pumpkin Patch with over 400 Giant pumpkins, there will be plenty for everyone.

Bring the whole family to pick out the perfect pumpkin, while enjoying pony rides, live music, pottery classes, face painting, kids activities, and food.
Bring the family, bring the camera, and plan on making it a day at the area’s favorite place for family fun, Brush Creek Park in Eagle Ranch!
For more information call 328-2172!

On Saturday, August 26th, Red Ribbon Project will host our annual fundraiser, The Eagle Music
Festival. Come to the Dusty Boot in Eagle, from 2-10 PM and help us raise funds to support our work
in local schools to promote conflict resolution and stress management to decrease risky behavior
leading to overall healthy choices. We believe that building healthy, resilient kids today builds a strong
community for tomorrow. So please come and dance, drink, dine and bid on great silent auction items
including a Vail Resorts Epic ski pass, Golden Bear jewelry, and a Street Swell long board. Local bands
include Rewind, First Chair, The Platonics, The Burnsville Band, Custom 20, Artist Unknown and The
Martinellis playing everything from Rock & Roll to Blues from the 70’s through today.

The event kicks off the beginning of our Youth Education programs in local schools. Our evidence
based programs address substance abuse prevention, healthy relationship building, coping with
adversities and improving communication. These programs work because we promote healthy
alternatives to risky behavior by teaching resistive skills, developing greater self-confidence, enabling
students to effectively cope with anxiety, increasing knowledge of consequences, and enhancing
cognitive and behavioral competency to reduce and prevent health risk behaviors. We also offer free
HIV testing 3-4 times a year for the community. Our goal is to make sure everyone in our community
has the resources to thrive and ultimately make our community stronger for everyone.

Red Ribbon Project is extremely grateful for all of our sponsors. The Eagle Music Festival Elite
sponsors include Centura Health, Kaiser Permanente, The Colorado Trust and Alpine Bank. The
Preferred Sponsors include The Gallegos Corporation, Mountain Beverage, Slifer, Smith & Frampton,
and US Bank. Select Sponsors include Eagle Ranch Association, Beck Building Company, Gypsum
Animal Hospital, Land Title, Town of Eagle, and Valley View Hospital.

For more information on Red Ribbon Project and the Eagle Music Festival Fundraiser, call (970) 827-
5900, or visit the website:


The Flying Eagle Disc Society, Eagle County’s disc golf club, is proud to bring you the third annual Flying Eagle Open disc golf tournament. This will be a Professional Disc Golf Association B-Tier event featuring three rounds of golf on THREE separate courses, and is set to take place on September 23rd and 24th, 2017.

The field capacity of 216 players will be split into three pools with each pool playing shotgun start rounds at Hole in the Sky Disc Golf Course (Eagle, CO), Gypsum Creek Golf Course (Gypsum, CO) and, new to the event in 2017, Cross Creek DGC (Gypsum, CO). These courses will feature alternate tee positions depending on division.

Amateur players can expect to receive a robust players pack, and there will be payouts to top finishers in all divisions (cash in pro and prizes in am), in addition to trophies for top players in each division.

Hole in the Sky DGC is a permanent, public course and will be open for practice rounds from sunrise to sunset until the day of the event. Gypsum Creek and Cross Creek will have limited practice and preview windows, details of which will be announced closer to event time.

We are excited to bring this event back to Eagle County, Colorado in 2017. Please join us for a weekend of disc golf and camaraderie in the autumn beauty of the high Rocky Mountains!


Open Gentlemen & Ladies – $85
Open Masters Divisions- $85
Advanced Gentlemen & Ladies – $75
Advanced Masters Divisions – $75
Intermediate Gentlemen & Ladies – $70
Recreational Gentlemen & Ladies – $65
Ace Pool – $5 (optional)

– Registration cap: 216 total players
– Players in divisions with very low registration numbers may be asked to move to another division
– Masters aged players (40+) are not required to enter age protected divisions
– A list of registrants as well as event results can be viewed on the PDGA site:
– Players without a current PDGA membership must pay a $10, one-time membership fee in addition to the advertised registration fee for their division

Sponsorship opportunities are available for this event. If you would like to make a donation of cash or goods, please contact the tournament director, Steven Klehfoth, at 608-695-0121 or via email at


Please refer to the official caddy book for specific ground rules on all holes at both courses

Hole in the Sky DGC

This course derives its challenge from the numerous water features that flow in and around the Eagle County Fairgrounds. A handful of wooded holes and mild elevation change keep things interesting on what is otherwise a flat and open course. Players who stay dry and in bounds should be able to score well, even with the baskets in the long positions.

– All water in the Eagle River and both irrigation ditches is out-of-bounds
– All discs over the top of the gravel pit berm are out-of-bounds (holes 1, 2 and 3)
– Regular out-of-bounds rules apply unless the hole calls for a drop zone
– Open Men, Open Women, Open Masters Men, Open Grand masters Men, Advanced Men, Advanced Masters Men play from long tees on all holes
– Open Masters Women, Advanced Women, Advanced Masters Women, Intermediate and Rec play from the short tee on holes 2, 5, and 15
– Two Meter Rule will NOT be in play
– Click here to see a course flyover video for Hole in the Sky:

Gypsum Creek Golf Club

The first of its kind in Colorado, the championship layout at Gypsum Creek will offer a challenge to even the best disc golfers. Water, sand and other OB hazards will keep players honest while par fours and fives will test stamina and concentration. Natural and manicured beauty come together at Gypsum Creek to create a true test of top-level disc golf for all participants of the 2015 Flying Eagle Open.

– The disc golf layout will utilize holes 10-18 of the ball golf course
– Any disc surrounded by water in ponds or creek is out of bounds
– Discs that come to rest on or across the cart path (non-basket side) are out-of-bounds unless otherwise indicated
– Discs that come to rest in private property are out-of-bounds
– Discs that come to rest on a putting green are out-of-bounds
– Discs that come to rest in a sand trap are out-of-bounds
– Open Men, Open Women, Open Masters Men, Open Grand masters Men, Advanced Men, Advanced Masters Men play from long tees on all holes
– Open Masters Women, Advanced Women, Advanced Masters Women, Intermediate and Rec play from the short tee on all holes
– Two Meter Rule will NOT be in play
– Absolutely no outside alcohol will be permitted on the premises. This includes the course’s parking lot.
– Tobacco smoking is forbidden while on course and will be allowed in designated areas only around the clubhouse
– Click here to see a course flyover video for Gypsum Creek (starts at 2:39):

Cross Creek DGC

A brand new private disc golf course located in the remote wilderness of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. A winding, alpine road leads you to Cross Creek Ranch and eighteen holes of dense woods and drastic elevation change on a pristine piece of property. Be prepared for a true mountain disc golf round with plenty of hiking and traverses throughout. Specific ground rules are TBD.

Please settle all rulings by majority opinion of the members on your card. If a ruling absolutely cannot be decided on course, please use declared provisional throws to complete the hole in question and write both scores on the scorecard. A ruling will be made by a tournament director following the round. Recorded visual evidence such as photographs and video footage will NOT be utilized by the tournament directors for rulings decisions.

Please abide by all PDGA rules and regulations for play during your rounds as well as guidelines for etiquette, player conduct and dress code. Additional, course-specific regulations may be in play at the land owner’s and tournament director’s discretion and will be made known to all players prior to the start of the event. Players who are unable to follow these rules will be disciplined accordingly.

Septemberfest Presented by Soleil Homes at Brush Creek in Eagle, Colorado is a two-day street party with live music, 7 Hermits craft beer, full bar service, food vendors, back yard games and Mountain Rats trail running races.

With numerous Eagle businesses in partnership for this inaugural fall event, Septemberfest is free, family-friendly and welcome to all!

Mountain Rats Presented by Color Roasters & Bonfire Brewing hosts a 50k, trail marathon and half marathon race on Saturday, September 23. Each endurance running comp will start and finish at the Septemberfest venue in Eagle Ranch Village on Capitol Street.

Three regional and nationally-known musical acts will perform from 4:30 – 10pm each day, followed by post-parties in neighborhood establishments.

Septemberfest Schedule of Events

Friday, September 22:

  • 3:30pm – Gates Open
  • 4:30pm – Opening Band (TBA)
  • 5-7pm – Mountain Rats Race Registration & Packet Pick Up
  • 6:30pm – BIG SomethingAlternative rock
  • 8:30pm – FruitionRoots rock
  • 10pm – Post party with Hardscrabble @ 7 Hermits
  • 10pm – Post party @ The Dusty Boot, Eagle Ranch Village

    Saturday, September 23:
  • 7:30am – Mountain Rats 50k & Trail Marathon Start
  • 11:30am – Mountain Rats Half Marathon Start
  • 3:30pm – Gates Open
  • 4:30pm – Bonfire DubReggae roots & folk
  • 6:30pm – Opening Band II (TBA)
  • 8:30pm – Anders OsborneR&B guitar rock 
  • 10pm – Post party @ 7 Hermits, Eagle Ranch Village
  • 10pm – Post party @ The Dusty Boot, Eagle Ranch Village


Scroll down for the full schedule of events!


Schedule of Events

4:45 pm – Staging for the Bike Parade at Eagle Town Park

5:00 pm – Bike Parade Begins from Eagle Town Park to Brush Creek Park

          Open to all ages, bike styles, shapes and sizes, skateboards, one wheels, etc.  No Cars!

5:45 pm – Approximate arrival to Brush Creek Park

          Free Hotdogs and popsicles from the Eagle and Gypsum Town Boards

          Setup your picnic blankets, games, etc. for the fireworks show and enjoy some quality time with your friends and neighbors.

6:15 pm – Sign up for Pie Eating, Hot Dog Eating, Water Ball0on Toss, Potato Sack Races

6:30 pm – Games Begin

         Water Balloon Toss

        Hot Dog Eating Contest

         Potato Sack Races

         Pie Eating Contest

9:30 pm – APPROXIMATELY Fireworks Show


Capitol Street will be closed to vehicles between the Pavilion and Founders Avenue.  Head up to the Dusty Boot, 7 Hermits, Luigis, Color Coffee or Eagle Ranch Liquors throughout the evening for food and drinks.  The Dusty Boot will have live music that will be projected at the pavilion.

Parking will be available in Eagle Ranch and at the Dog Park.



This event is held in memory of our friend, Laura Genelin, who passed away in July of 2008 from colon cancer. Laura loved participating in triathlons. To keep her passion alive, we chose to hold one annually in her hometown of Eagle, Colorado.

Proceeds from the race will benefit the Vail Valley Charitable Fund, helping locals like Laura in medical crisis since 1996. To learn more about our nonprofit, visit

Saturday, July 8th, 2017

Transition area opens at 6 a.m.

Race begins at 7 a.m.

Kids’ Tri begins at 10, but please arrive early to get parking

Course Description

The LG Sprint TRI is a 500 yard swim (10 laps) in the outdoor Eagle Pool followed by a 12-mile bike loop from the pool, down scenic Brush Creek Road, to Adams Rib. The third leg features a run from the pool down the bike path to Eagle Ranch Road, connecting to the Eagle Ranch bike path, and back to the Eagle pool for the finish. This is a great course for first-timers and seasoned pros alike.

Go here for complete race information and specifics on Kids’ Tri!