Cascade Gravel Grinder:
Saturday, September 12th
This event is a long-distance bike ride starting in Cascade, Idaho and continuing over U.S. Forest Service roads through the Boise and Payette National Forests.
When: Saturday, September 12, 2015
Where: The route traverses through the beautiful mountain range just west of Lake Cascade.
Length: 35, 57, or 76 miles
Start/Finish Times: The ride starts at the American Legion Hall at 8:00 a.m. All riders will need to be off the course by 5:00 p.m. A sweeper vehicle will be along to pick up those riders who are lingering past the finish time.
The field is limited to 300 riders
$56 for the first 30 riders
$66 through July 31
$76 through September 8th
Sign up for the Cascade Gravel Grinder Challenge for 2015!
The event starts at the American Legion in downtown Cascade. It continues down Cabarton Road to West Mtn. Road connecting to Forest Service roads on West Mountain. The route takes riders through breath-taking terrain with views of the Wallowa Mountain range and Indian and Long Valleys. The 76 mile ride option will level out and bring you back along West Mountain Road ending where you started at the American Legion. Along the way you will encounter different road types - pavement, gravel, and Forest Service roads. Both mountain and cross bikes are acceptable modes of transportation for the ride. For those individuals that want to do a shorter distance, there are 35 mile and 57 mile options. Warning! This ride is not for the faint of heart. It is intended for experienced mountain bike riders. There will be 2,000' vertical climbs and 12% grades along the route.
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