"This ride will cover some of the state's most significant mountain passes, scenic canyons and remote plateaus," said Motomarathon founder John Metzger. "While ‘Centopassi' means ‘100 passes' in Italian, we won't actually ride that many, though it might feel like it while averaging 400 miles/day for four days." The ride starts and ends at the Peloton Community in Boulder, culminating with the Ducati North America-sponsored Awards Dinner at Basta Pizzeria within the Peloton complex on the evening of Day 4, June 28th. Routes for Day 1 will be handed out at 7:30 p.m. Thursday night (June 24th) at Basta. Subsequent day's routes will be distributed at 7:30 p.m. at the Sheraton Steamboat Springs (Day 1), the Ouray Chalet (Day 2) and at the Rocky Mountain Inn in Paonia (Day 3).