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SUPERIOR MORGUL WEEKEND IS BACK!

May 20 - May 22

Town Staff working with Without Limits Production is hosting the seventh year of the Superior Morgul event - Friday, May 20 through Sunday, May 22.  The event will again feature three days of bike racing, with a time trial on Friday evening, the Superior Circuit Race on Saturday and the full Morgul-Bismark road race on Sunday. To learn more about the race and race courses HERE.

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TRAFFIC IMPACTS IN TOWN

The promotion team and Town staff are in the final stages of coordination with the Boulder County Sheriff's Department, Rocky Mountain Fire Protection District, private medical service providers and Colorado State Patrol to confirm the traffic and safety plan that ensures safe racing and spectating for the entire weekend. As with previous years, access to all homes and businesses in Superior will remain open during the event, but there may be brief delays for some drivers to allow for race traffic to pass. Emergency vehicle access will not be limited in any way during the race. Learn more about traffic impacts HERE.

Want to get involved in all of the excitement?

  • Join in the fun of the Superior Morgul by participating in our How Do You Morgul? Challenge (#howdoyoumorgul)!

    HOW TO PARTICIPATE IN THE CHALLENGE?

    Capture a fun, inspiring special image (riding the Superior trails, hanging with friends/family outside, selfies, scenic trails, etc.) Upload your favorite photo or video to your favorite social media sites - Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram. Can also upload to the Town's Facebook Page or Email.

    Tag the image with the #howdoyoumorgul hashtag

    Challenge will run from May 2 – May 22

    Challenge will end on Sunday, May 22 - make sure you join us for the Community Ride! (see details below)

    HAVE FUN SHOWING US - HOW DO YOU MORGUL!

  • Participate in our Community Bike Ride (all ages are welcome) on Sunday, May 22 starting at the Purple Park parking lot - ride will begin at 11:00 am. Riders will take Superior trails to the roundabout at McCaslin/Coalton Road where the community can cheer on the racers with a commemorative cow bell!