Everything you need to know for the day of:

Late Packet Pickup:

Saturday, July 15th 2017:
5:30am to 6:30am – Late Registration and Packet Pickup.
6:45am – Pre-ride meeting for 50,100, and 150 Coffee, Muffins & Hot Chocolate will be served!
7am – Mass start for 50, 100,150
5pm – End of support for 100 milers
6:30pm – End of support for 150 milers

Rest stops:

We have a fully stocked Rest Stop roughly every 20 Miles!
These rest stops will have Restrooms, PB&J sandwiches, Fresh Fruits, Candy, Water and so on! Rest assured that we have your back!

START/FINISH
Coffee
Hot Chocolate
Water
Heed
Bagels/Cream Cheese
Bananas
 
#1 Johns Valley Mile 25 (Approx.) Open 8am-10:30am
Donut Holes
Pastries
Bananas, Strawberries & Oranges
PB&J (Gluten Free Bread Upon Request)
Bars
Heed
#2 Antimony Mile 57 (Approx.) Open 9am-1pm
Seasoned Red Potatoes
Deli meats & Cheeses
Bananas, Pineapple & Grapes
PB&J (Gluten Free Bread Upon Request)
Bars, Candy, Trail Mix & Pickles
Heed & Perpetuem
#3 Circleville Mile 80 (Approx.) Open 10:30am-3:30pm
Bowtie Pasta Salad
Bananas
Fruit Salad
PB&J (Gluten Free Bread Upon Request)
Chips
Soda
Bars, Candy & Nuts
Heed & Perpetuem
 
#4 Bear Junction Mile 99 (Approx.) Open 11:30am-4:30pm
Watermelon & Bananas
Otter Pops
PB&J (Gluten Free Bread Upon Request)Soda
Jerky
Bars and Candy
Heed & Perpetuem
 
#5 Panguitch Lake Mile 128 (Approx.) Open 1:30-5pm
Seasoned Red Potatoes
Bananas
Fruit Salad
PB&J (Gluten Free Bread Upon Request)
Home Made Chocolate Chip Cookies
Chips
Soda
Heed & Perpetuem

Lunch:

Lasagna & Veggie Lasagna, Caesar Salad, Bread Stick and Cobbler

F.A.Q:

Q: What is the weather like in July?

A: You can expect mornings to be in the 50’s and daytime temps to be in the 70’s and low 80’s. This may be the best place in the west to ride in summertime.

Q: How many rest stops are on the course?

A: There are six stops for the 150 mile riders and five for the 100 mile riders, and one stop for the 50 mile riders.

Q: Will there be sag vehicles on the course?

A: Yes, but it’s still a good idea to be prepared for any sort of breakdown.

Q: Is lunch provided?

A: Yes, in addition to the fully stocked rest stops, you’ll enjoy lunch at the finish line.

Q: Is the course relatively flat?

A: The 50 mile route has a total gain of 2,066 ft. It has one category 2 climb at the beginning of the event (The climb rating system goes from 1 to 5 with 5 being the easiest). You’ll climb 1205 ft. in the first 13 miles—an average grade of only 1.7%. After that the course flattens out and you’ll only gain 861 ft. in the final 37 miles.
A: The 109 mile route has a total gain of 3780 ft. You’ll find the same category 2 climb at the beginning of the ride (1205 ft. in the first 13 miles). Then you have a 60 mile gentle downgrade where you drop 1787 ft. That’s followed by a gentle upgrade where you’ll climb 620 ft. over the next 36 miles.
A: The 150 mile route has a total gain of 3780 ft. It’s identical to the 109 mile route until you shift off on your extra 41 mile leg. Then it climbs for the next 20 miles and turns around for a downhill to the finish.