Race Course for 2018

Below is the course for 2018. The loop is about 31 miles with 4200′ of climbing. 71% single track, 13% two-track/jeep road, and 16% graded dirt road.

The single track ranges from wide open and fast to narrow cow trail, smooth easy cruising to rocky, technical climbs and descents. The Epic will do 2 laps or you can opt for the One and Done. Treat yourself to some beautiful views and great riding at the Enduro.

Click here to download the .gpx file

Click here for a printable map


The map below is hosted on trailforks.com. You can follow the route with your smartphone by downloading the app.

Aid Stations:

There will be two aid stations spaced about 10 miles apart on the loop, plus one at the lap. Each will have water, Honey Stinger gels, bars, waffles & chews; Hammer Endurolyte capsules, Heed, & Perpetuem (solids and powder); Gatorade, bananas, other kinds of energy bars, peanut butter and jelly, cookies, pretzels, and other snacks.
There will not be cups or bottles to hand you, but we will have plenty of people around to help fill your bottles or packs.

Cut-off Times:

Racers must leave these checkpoints on their final lap by the times listed below:
Lap Aid Station – 1:00pm
Blair Aid Station – 2:45pm
Happy Jack Aid Station – 4:45pm

If you miss a cut-off time, you will be shown the easiest/shortest way back to the start/finish. It’s up to you to get back on your own. Your race number will be recorded and you will be listed as DNF in the results. You must take off your race number to avoid confusion for race staff.

Pit Crews:

Check out the Pit Crew page.

Course Hazards:

All dirt roads on the course are open to traffic. We will do our best to alert drivers, but not getting smashed by a car is ultimately your responsibility. The course is open to livestock grazing, so don’t be surprised to see cattle. Other than that, it’s a mountain bike course and you should expect everything associated with that.

Course Marking:

Courses are marked with red diamond shaped signs with white arrows and pink flagging. We may also use orange cones or barracade tape to mark some intersections.