From the Promoter:
A 70 mile “roadirt” race exploring the stunning back-country of Southern Utah’s little-known Tushar Mt. Range.
The Tushars are among Utah’s tallest mountain ranges, housing several peaks over 12,000 feet in elevation and featuring Utah’s highest road at an elevation of 11,500 feet. Straddling Beaver and Piute Counties and nestled in the expansive Fishlake National Forest, The Tushars possess stunning vistas, palpable solitude and nearly unlimited opportunities for unconfined recreation.
This uniquely-formatted race begins in historic downtown Beaver, the birthplace of famed outlaw “Butch Cassidy” and finishes at Utah’s newest ski and Summer resort, Eagle Point. Featuring a near even split of tarmac and dirt/gravel sectors, it affords riders the opportunity to explore the stunning backcountry of Utah’s little-known Tushar Mountains and Fishlake National Forest.
Pick your poison (type of bike) and pick wisely! 10,500+ ft. of climbing!
A near-perfect 50/50% split between pavement and gravel roads and a traverse of some of Utah’s highest and most scenic roads thrown in for good measure.