Event Info

13 Mile Route

Begins: 9:30 AM

Due to construction in South Jordan, we had to change our 10-mile route. It's a little bit longer (13 miles), but includes a rest stop along the way. It's a fun ride with gentle climbs, wide shoulders/bike lanes through South Jordan and Herriman. Our Make-A-Wish volunteers will be on every corner to cheer you on. See the complete route overview, elevation and climb details.

25 Mile Route

Begins: 8:00 AM

This a fun and challenging ride — perfect for riders of all abilities. A rolling ride through the west side with the mighty Oquirrh mountains in the background. Mountain American Credit Union rest stops at mile 10 and mile 20 with a downhill run into the finish and post-ride BBQ at the District. See the complete route overview, elevation and climb details.

50 Mile Route

Begins: 8:00 AM

This is the crowd-pleasing "double feature" - featuring two of the Megaplex Theatres. There’s some climbing, long flats and sweeping descents as you go from South Jordan to Lehi and back. Rest stops every 10-12 miles with plenty of hydration and food options to keep you going strong. See the complete route overview, elevation and climb details.

If you're feeling adventurous, you can expand your ride to 70 miles by following the century riders to Cedar Fort. Preview this option.

NEW 100 Mile (Century) Ride

Begins: 8:00 AM / Optional start at 7:30 AM

We're calling this our "triple feature" with visits to three Megaplex Theatres on the route. Experience rolling hills, fun descents, beautiful scenery and all the miles needed to put a notch in your Century belt. Rest and refueling stops every 10 to 12 miles, as well as on-course ride support from Infinite Cycles. This scenic century ride is definitely one to add to your must-do list. See the complete route overview, elevation and climb details.

If you reach mile 50 and your century ride isn't going how you planned, you can opt for a 70-mile option by following the 50-mile riders when you get to Pioneer Crossing. Preview this option.

Race-Day Schedule

7:30AM

Optional start time for century riders

8AM

Official Hero Start for 100, 50, 25 mile riders


9:30AM

Official Hero Start for 10 mile riders

9:30AM – 4PM

Kids Zone and Vendor Fair

11:30AM – 3PM

BBQ lunch avaliable


4:00PM

Boxed lunches available

4:00PM

Course and all support closes

What to Expect

What’s New 2015

Our ride will begin and end at the Megaplex Theatres at the District in South Jordan. All four distances will travel on cycle-friendly roads and will be marked to let motorists know about our event.

Each rest stop will feature a fantastic give-away. In addition to our Scott road bike overall prize, each rider can drop his or her name in the box at each rest/nutrition stop to win even more great items like a sports camera, spa package, and cash! Sure, you can ride around town whenever you want, but how often do you have the chance to win new gear, gift cards and tickets, too?

Packet Pickup

We’ll be holding an early packet pickup on Tuesday, September 15 at Infinite Cycles in Lehi from 5 to 7 pm and on Thursday, September 17 at the Megaplex Theatres at the District in South Jordan from 4 to 7 PM. Packets will also be available the morning of the event at the Megaplex Theatres at the District in South Jordan beginning at 6:30 AM.

FAQ

  • What time do the rides start?

    7:30 am Optional start time for century riders
    8:00 am Official Hero Start for 100, 50, 25 mile riders
    9:30 am Official Hero Start for 10 mile riders

  • What should I bring with me for the ride?

    The following items are required:

    • Checks or cash amounting to a total of $100 if you didn’t reach that amount online.
    • ANSI approved helmet
    • Water bottles with water

    Suggested Items:

    • Personal Protective Equipment
    • Sunglasses, sunscreen, weather gear, etc.
    • Insect repellant
    • Toiletries
    • Fresh clothing for after the ride
  • What if it rains during the event?

    In the event that it is forecasted to rain on the day of the event, bring appropriate clothing. A light jacket may be wanted in the early morning, but as the day goes on, the weather heats, so dress accordingly. The ride will still be held through inclement weather. If you decide not to ride, we cannot issue a refund.

  • Will there be anyone to help me throughout the day?

    Yes! SAG vehicles are available to those who need assistance. We will also have rest stops with snacks and water throughout the course.

  • How long will it take me to finish the entire route?

    This depends on your skills as a rider. The average century ride takes approximately six hours

  • What if I can’t finish all 100 miles?

    No worries! There are SAG vans running between each rest stop, and if you need a ride back to the start, one will be arranged for you.

  • How do I get directions to The District?

    The District is located at 11400 South and Bangerter Highway. The theatre is in the southwest corner. From I-15, take the 11400 South exit and head west. Just before the light at Bangerter Highway, turn left onto the round-about to enter the District.

  • Is parking available at The District?

    Yes, there will be plenty of free parking provided

  • Are there restrooms at the District?

    Restrooms will be available for use inside the theatre. There are also port-a-potties available on the course during your ride.

  • My family would like to come support me at the event, what can they do?

    Your family is welcome to come out and watch you ride. If your family wishes to eat with you at the post-ride barbecue they can purchase tickets online. Please note that there will be a limited number of tickets available the day of the event.

    The Kids Zone and vendor fair will be held from 10 AM to 4:00 PM

    If your family wishes to volunteer, they can contact Carisa Miller at 801-563-4139 or by email at camiller@lhm.com.