Everything you need to know for the day of:
Late Packet Pickup:
Saturday, March 2, 2019:
6:30am to 7:30am – packet pick-up
7:00 Line up Starts. Coffee, Muffins & Hot Chocolate will be served
8am – Ride leaves
5pm – End of support
We have a fully stocked Rest Stop roughly every 20 Miles!
#1. Mile 22 :Riverside Rest Stop will be open from 830am-11am. Featuring donut holes and other assorted pastries. Variety of fruit including bananas and oranges. Cold water and Heed powder to add to your water bottles. **Play black jack with our volunteers and win a water bottle!!
#2. #3. and #4 Mile 45/55/80 :Hillside Rest Stop will be open from 10am-4pm. We will have a variety of fruits, p,b & j’s, salty potatoes, deli roll-ups, an assortment of candy and trail mixes, soda, Heed and Perpetuem powder as well as cold water to refill your own water bottles. ** Spin our roulette wheel to get some fun carnival prizes.
#3. Mile 63 :Top of Utah Hill will be open from 11am-3pm. Home made chocolate chip cookies!!! You make it to the top and we will have plenty of snacks: fruit, p,b & j’s, chips, assortment of candy and nuts, soda, Heed and Perpetuem powder, as well as cold water to refill your own water bottles. ** Roll 5 dice 3X for best poker hand against out volunteers for gift cards to Red Rock Bicycle!!
TBD: We know that you will be hungry, so we are busy working out the details of a delicious lunch!
Finishers Medal and Post Ride meal served from 11am-5pm.
Q: What is the weather like in March?
A: The average high is in the mid 70’s with a low in the mid 40’s. Mornings can be cool but it warms up fast. However, it is not uncommon for a day to reach well into the 80’s or even stay in the 60’s so sure to watch the weather.
Q: How many rest stops are on the course?
A: There are 4 stops on the 90-mile route, 3 stops on the 65-mile route, and one for the 35-mile route.
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 there will also be a full lunch at the finish line.
Q: Is the course relatively flat?
A: The 35-mile route has a total gain of 1,506 ft. It has two category 5 climbs (the easiest climb rating—anything less isn’t scored).
A: The 65-mile route has a total gain of 3,354 ft. It has three category 5 climbs and one category 4. You’ll hit the category 4 just after mile 32. Then it has a nice downhill. That’s followed by two category 5’s and then a long descent to the finish.
A: The 90-mile route has a total gain of 8,552 ft. It has two category 5 climbs, one category 4, and one category 1 climb. You’ll find the category 1 climb just off the freeway as you head toward Utah. It’s an average grade of 3.1% over 16 miles. But once you top that, you’ve got a long downhill to the finish!