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RACE INFO

The Race itself comes in 3 distances: 100, 60 and 30 miles, plus a separate e-bike 30.
90-95% of each course is gravel with a few miles of level B, blacktop and bike trail included.  There are hills in this area of the state, some rollers but a lot of steep semi-short climbs that will get the legs going no matter what level of rider you are.  The estimated average for climbing is 100 feet per mile. Recommended tire size is obviously different depending on rider experience but 32MM width or larger is best. There are little to no MMR roads on the course so you do not need to plan on miles of mud. Gearing is usually the biggest issue riders run into given the steepness of the climbs so bring a wide gearing range if you don't plan on making it a duathlon. 

Starting Time

8:00am

Aid Stations

approx. mile 38, 55 and 80.

These stations are run by our local EMS crews and they will have water and food. There will not be drop bags.

Cut-Off Times

After these times,

you will be redirected to the 60 mile route

Mile 38 - 11:30AM

Mile 55 - 2:00PM

Navigation

No signage.

Personal navigation required.

Rear blinker lights are REQUIRED

for the 100 mile racers.

Maps

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100 Miles

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60 Miles

Starting Time

10:00am

Aid Stations

approx. mile 18, 35 and water at 45.

These stations are run by our local EMS crews and they will have water and food. There will not be drop bags.

Navigation

No signage.

Personal navigation required.

Maps

60 Mile GPX

Starting Time

11:00am

Aid Stations

approx. mile 14.

These stations are run by our local EMS crews and they will have water and food. There will not be drop bags.

Navigation

Signage will be on the course for the

30 mile only.

Maps

30 Mile GPX

30 Miles

PACKET PICK-UP

Packet Pick-up will be at 4-7PM Friday at Deb's Brewtopia in Elkader, Iowa. You can also pick up fronm 6:30AM to race start on Saturday morning at the Elkader City Park.

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