Categories and Divisions
There are geared, single speed, male and female categories, and those categories will be split up into age groups. That’s it! There will be awards and schwag for everyone, but no cash prizes. When you register, you will be asked what your “Estimated Total Ride Time” will be. The only reason we ask you that is to get you in the right place at the start line.
The age divisions will be divided male and female as follows:
<20, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60+
Packet pickup is canceled
We need to make a little adjustment to the plan.. The bike plates did not show up yesterday as they should have, and there is no guarantee they will until 9 pm tonight. So, we are going to cancel packet pickup today. You will be able to pick up your bike plate at the start line, when you check in, and your t shirt at the finish after you have earned it:).
To handle this, please show up to the start line between 6:30 am and 7 am. If everyone shows at 7, it will be a crouch, so lean toward the 6:30.
If you have any questions, feel free to txt Clay. 801-234-0399
The only official Pre-Race Meeting that will be held will be at the start line about 10 mins before go time. If you have any questions about the course, the support, or anything else, please email email@example.com
Race Day Schedule
Racer check in (This is not Packet Pickup): 6:30am – 7:00 am
If you are not checked in my 7:00 am you will receive a DNF
Ride starts at 7:30 am sharp! If you are worried about not making the cut off time at the North Ogden Divide, then please let us know and we can work out a early start time.
Aid Station / Feed Zones Supplies
First Aid- Each Aid Station will be equipped with basic first aid supplies. Be aware that these volunteers are there to provide VERY BASIC support. If you are in need of more first aid than they are prepared to offer, you have two options: 1) Keep riding to a “Bail Zone” and get a ride to medical support, or 2) Have the volunteers make the call and we will send in the cavalry
On Course Support
The Course in not a “Closed Course”
These are National Forest Service roads and trails, which means they are open to the public. You will definitely encounter hikers, bikers runners, horses, motorcycles, ATVs. or others. DON’T BE A JERK!! Being rude is a quick way to get complaints about the race and if we get complaints the Forest Service will not let us continue putting on the race.
Driving from North-
Driving From South-
Returning to your vehicle-
Hopefully you noticed that this race is a point to point race. Than means you will be parking at the start line and finishing somewhere else. So, there will be a shuttle running every 30 – 60 mins to help you get back to your vehicle.