Packet pick-up will be at the Vendor Village at Hiwassee Ocoee State Park. Please see the campground map below for the Vendor Village location. (You can also click here to view an interactive Google Map of the event site.)
Friday 4/29: 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 4/30: 6:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m.
Camping will be available at the Gee Creek Campground at Hiwassee Ocoee State Park. All reservations require a two-night stay. Click here to make a reservation at the campground.
Friday 4/29: 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Saturday 4/30: 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m
To see our growing list of vendors or to apply to be a part of the Vendor Village, check out the Partners Page!
$100 thru Nov 30th
$130 thru Mar 31st
$150 thru April 19th (no t-shirt)
62 & 40-Mile Races:
$80 thru Nov 30th
$100 thru Mar 31st
$130 thru April 19th (no t-shirt)
25-Mile Tourist Ride:
$50 thru Nov 30th
$70 thru Mar 31st
$90 thru April 19th (no t-shirt)
Last day to register is Tuesday, April 19th. No same-day registration.
The event is capped at 500 riders.
All registrants will receive food vouchers that can be redeemed with the food vendors at the finish line Vendor Village.
Copperhill Brewery will be serving beer at the finish line Vendor Village, and all registrants will receive one complimentary post-ride beer. (Drink tickets can be exchanged for non-alcoholic beverages as well.)
All registrants will receive a complimentary t-shirt. (The t-shirt for the Century Race participants will have a different design.)
100-mile route: 7:00 a.m.
All other routes: 7:30 a.m.
Support crews, drop bags and spectators are not allowed on the course. However, noisy spectators are very much welcome at the finish line!
Cell service is limited in the national forest, but roving support vehicles will be available to cyclists on the routes for mechanical support and a lift if needed.
Complete guide to the event coming soon!
Pure gravel bikes, hardtail mountain bikes, "Frankenbikes" - all are seen on our forest roads and all are welcome on the course. Please note however that e-bikes are are not allowed on the timed race routes. E-bikes are only allowed on the 25-mile Tourist Route.
Be advised that all roads will be open to traffic. Although the forest roads are very lightly trafficked, you may unexpectedly run into vehicles. So don't cheat on the blind curves!
Riders on the 100-mile route must reach the Powerhouse Boat Ramp Checkpoint by noon (55 miles in no more than 5 hours) or they will be redirected to the shortest route to the finish line.