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The Rockies in the second half of June is as favorable as it gets. That's the optimal time to be there. There should be plenty of sunshine, with a fairly low chance of rain. Depending on where you are ("the Rockies" covers a lot of ground), it can be as hot as the 90s F in the day and below freezing at night. But in general, the weather is great. Cycling in the day can usually be done in shorts and a short-sleeve jersey. But of course you need to watch the weather forecast and plan for cold descents from the passes (i.e., carry some warmer stuff up the passes with you).
As others have said - know your limits.
By the way, what's PB?
Also, do you guys think that I would have trouble getting into a hiker/ biker campsite? I'm not hiking or biking, but I would still be touring, just in a different way.
sine wave ups and downs of hill and mountain country.