Rides: Almost no vehicle traffic. Continental Breakfast and
Rally Bags. Rest Stops at intervals of twenty five miles or less.
VHF radio communictions for safety at or near the Rest Stops (most
of the courses have no cell phone service and are in remote wilderness
areas). Water Stops are placed at strategic locations. SAG and
Sweeper vehicles are provided. Well marked routes. The Start and
Finish line is at the Trinity County Fairgrounds.
Ride (115 miles): A figure eight course made up of the 70
mile loop (Metric Century) and the 45 mile loop (Half Century).
A 10,800 foot elevation gain challenge. Lunch (an assortment of
"Wraps", along with all the normal Rest Stop food and
beverages) is provided at the Rest Stop at the Trinity County
Fairgrounds. A "Smokehouse BBQ" meal is provided at
the end of this ride, along with a Ride T-Shirt.
Century (70 miles): This is the first loop of the Century
Ride. It provides 7,500 feet of elevation gain challenge. A "Smokehouse
BBQ" meal is provided at the end of this ride, along with
a Ride T-Shirt.
Century (45 miles): This is the second loop of the Century
Ride. It provides 3,300 feet of elevation gain callenge. A Ride
T-Shirt is provided at the end of this ride. When you register,
you will have the option of "opting in" to the "Smokehouse
Fun Ride (19 miles): This is an easy, fairly level, out and
back ride. The ride follows along Hayfork Creek, providing numerous
places to stop and enjoy. A Ride T-Shirt is provided at the end
of this ride.