Everything you need to know for the day of:

Late Packet Pickup:

St. George Town Square
Corner of 100 S and Main St
St. George, UT

6:30- 7:30 AM- Late Registration and Packet Pickup
7:45 AM- Line up & Prep Talk. Coffee, Muffins & Hot Chocolate will be served
8am – Ride leaves
5pm – End of support

Rest stops:

Rest Stop #1 (24 miles ish)
Assorted fruit
Donut holes
Pastries
PB&J s upon request (gluten free bread available)
Water /Heed

Rest Stop #2 (44 miles ish)
Assorted fruit
Potatoes
Turkey and cheese roll-ups
Candy
PB&J s (gluten free bread available)
Water /Heed

Rest Stop #3 60 miles (75 milers only)
Assorted fruit
Chips
Jimmy Johns snack sandwiches
PB&J s (gluten free bread available)
Soda (fully loaded)
Water/Heed/Perpetuem

Rest Stop #3 64 miles (100 milers only)
Fruit Cups
Trail Mix
Candy
Salty Snacks
PB&J s (gluten free bread available)
Soda (fully loaded)
Water/Heed/Perpetuem

Water Stop Only on Frontage Rd in Leeds

Rest Stop #4 (84 Miles)
Assorted fruit
Chips
Jimmy Johns snack sandwiches
PB&J s (gluten free bread available)
Soda (fully loaded)
Water/Heed/Perpetuem

Lunch:

Post Meal back at the Finish:
You will be rewarded with a fresh personal Riggattis Pizza & Cinnastix when you cross the finish line.

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F.A.Q:

Q: What is the weather like in April?
A: The average high is in the high 70’s with a low in the upper 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 be sure to watch the weather.

Q: How many rest stops are on the course?
A: There are 4 stops for the 100 mile riders, 3 stops for the 75 mile riders, and 1 stop for the 35 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 35 mile route has a total elevation gain of 1408 ft. There is only 1 rated climb on your course (The climb rating system goes from 1 to 5 with 5 being the easiest), so it’s a relatively easy ride. A little over 3 miles into your ride you’ll come to a level 3 climb that ascends 464 vertical ft. in just over 7 miles—an average grade of 1.1%. After that the next 11 miles are almost all a downgrade with a brief upslope near the finish of your ride. *This is a great beginner ride!

A: The 75 mile route has a total elevation gain of 3958 ft. You have 4 rated climbs on your course. You’ll have the same level 3 climb as the 30 milers followed by the nice downgrade. Then you diverge, run up and down a few easy hills between miles 30 and 44, and come to a level 5 climb—right before mile 49—that elevates 408 ft. in 2.3 miles. That’s followed by a 7 mile stretch that’s almost all downhill and a level 4 climb of 413 ft. over 3.3 miles. Then you’ll have a 5 mile section that’s mostly downhill before coming to the final rated climb on your ride, a level 5, where you ascend 208 ft. over 1.43 miles. Your ride finishes with a short downgrade, followed by a flatter section and a short hill right before your finish.

A: The 100 mile route has a total elevation gain of 5479 ft. You have 6 rated climbs on your course. Up to mile 46 your ride is identical to the 70 mile route with the same level 3 climb. Then you have another level 3 climb that elevates 463 vertical ft. in just under 6 miles. That’s followed by a 5 mile downhill stretch and then at mile 58 you’ll come to a level 4 climb that ascends 400 ft. in just under 4 miles. For the next 6 miles there’s nothing much to speak of until you hit the next level 3 climb right before mile 68. That one lasts 5 miles and climbs 655 vertical ft. Then you’ve got a nice downhill run where you descend nearly 900 ft. in 10 miles. That sets you up for a level 5 climb—just after mile 83—that ascends 302 ft. in 2.43 miles. To finish off your ride you have another downhill section of 5 miles and then a short level 5 climb starting right before mile 91 that climbs 208 ft. in 1.43 miles. Then it’s a relatively easy 8 mile run to your finish!