June 8, 2015 @ 9:00 am
Check SLR's blog for details a few days before the event
Richard Stum
cell 435-851-9558

This ride is part of the Salt Lake Randonneurs brevet series and is new for 2015.  Starting in Kanab (southern Utah near the Arizona border), this new series makes a big loop in a clockwise direction through Cedar City, Panguitch and back down US-89 to Kanab. They travel into both Utah and Arizona. The 600 and 1000K have significant climbing.

  •  The 400K is similar to Lonnie Wolffe’s Hurricane 400K. Unlike the 600 & 1000K, it bypasses the national parks though.
  • The 600K goes deep into Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon with an overnight stop in Panguitch Utah. Lots of climbing on this route.
  • The 1000K and 600K brevets share the same route through day one and on part of day two. The 1000K’s second and third overnights are back in Kanab. Additionally, it takes you to the north rim of the Grand Canyon. Plenty of climbing, so come prepared! We will offer a 220K permanent that can be “tacked” on to the tail end of the 1000K, for those want a 1200K experience.

Please try and register 24 hours in advance.  The fee is $5, but $10 the day of at the event.

What is a brevet?  It is a timed, long distance road cycling ride. This is an ACP-sanctioned ride, but it will be a self-supported ride.