we’re excited for this weekend, and hope you are too. Registration is closed and as of now there are 45 registrants. Below you’ll find some important info and reminders.
Check in is after 4 p.m. on Friday September 14th. We must be out of the campground by 11 a.m. on Sunday the 16th.
If you don’t have a cabin or RV site booked, the tent camping is dispersed and first come first served, meaning there’s plenty of room for everyone but there are not designated tent sites.
Fall decided to happen this week! It should be lovely riding weather but the lows are projected to be in the upper 30’s! Remember, the campground is at 4,500 ft. Be sure to bring plenty of layers and warm clothes.
Unfortunately the fire ban will most likely be in effect which means no campfires, so be sure to read the info nugget above.
Your registration includes a post ride meal, dessert, and two drink tickets. All other meals and snacks you’ll need to bring with you. More drink tickets will be available and the proceeds go to the Maslow Project.
We will have a raffle this year and there are some great prizes. Your registration includes one raffle ticket but please buy more! We will have them available and the money goes to the Maslow Project.
PLEASE bring a reusable plastic or metal pint glass or container. We will have disposable drinkware but we strongly encourage you to bring your own reusable container if you have one.
Group rides will leave Saturday morning at 10 a.m. If you’re showing up Saturday morning please get there early enough to set up before the ride, or just plan on registering after the ride. You can ride earlier if you’d like too, or later.
There are three routes, a 75 mile mostly gravel, 46 mile mostly gravel, and a 35 mile paved (with one mile of dirt). The courses will be marked, there will be GPX tracks available on both the website and Facebook event page, and cue sheets the day of the ride.
There are no organized rides on Sunday but that shouldn’t stop you from getting more miles in. There is day use parking at the Klum Landing and Willow Point campgrounds at the lake.
There are horseshoes on site but feel free to bring any games you have, i.e. bocce or cornhole.
Well behaved dogs are allowed.