Everything you need to know for the day of:
Late Packet Pickup:
Friday, June 2nd 2017:
4pm to 8pm – Late Registration and Packet Pickup,
Saturday, June 3rd 2017:
6:30am to 7:30am – Packet Pickup: We will have limited race morning packet pickup. The race starts very early, so if it can be avoided, please do not pick your packet up the morning of the race. Packet pickup on race morning will be right next to the starting line. Be sure to pick up your bib no later than 7:30am!
7:30-8:00 Line up: Hot Chocolate, Coffee, & Muffins will be served!
8am – The ride starts at 8:00am sharp!
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!
A delicious lunch Will Be catered from 11:00 until 5:00 *more Details to follow as we line up quality vendors. We know that you will be hungry and we will be ready!
Q: What is the weather like in June?
A: The average high is in the Low 80’s’s with a low in the high 40’s. Mornings perfect but it warms up fast. This particular area of Southern Utah has fantastic summertime temperatures.
Q: How many rest stops are on the course?
A: There are four stops for the 100 mile riders, two for the 55 mile riders and one for the 30 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, there is a full lunch at the finish line.
Q: Is the course relatively flat?
A: The 30 mile route has a total elevation swing of 1191 ft. There are no rated climbs on your course (The climb rating system goes from 1 to 5 with 5 being the easiest), so it’s an easy ride. The first 14 miles are a gentle downgrade. Then you have about 3 miles of flat riding followed by a climb of 500 ft. over the final 14 miles of the route.
A: The 55 mile route has a total elevation swing of 1531 ft. There are no rated climbs on your course. The first 35 miles of the route are almost all an easy downgrade—you’ll descend just over 655 vertical feet with two brief climbs along the way. Then you’ll finish your ride with an easy ascent of 665 ft. over the final 20 miles.
A: The 100 mile route has a total elevation swing of 3851 ft. This is the flattest 100 mile ride we have and is a great first time Century. There are only 2 rated climbs on your course. The first 35 miles of your route are identical to the 55 milers. Then you have a level 5 climb where you ascend 147 vertical ft. in about .5 miles. After that you’ve got a short flat and then an uphill that climbs almost 1000 ft. in the next 13 miles—this is an unrated climb, so it’s easier than it might seem. That’s followed by a nice downhill. Then you’ll come to a level 2 rated climb that ascends 1281 vertical ft. over 11 miles. After that you’ve got a nice 13 mile downhill. Then your route merges with the 55 milers again and you’ll have the easy climb of 665 ft. over the final 20 miles.