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Gravel Pursuit

Routes & Registration

There are three routes offered from a 30-mile fun ride to a 120-Mile adventure ride. All rides end with our Loaded Potato Bar!

All routes have been created on Ride with GPS and will be ridden in their entirety, once the snow melts, to get the "in the saddle" GPX tracks.

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30 Mile

A fun ride in the woods on a beautiful marked course.

No Competition, no awards,

Timing, 'cause why not? 

E-Bikes allowed.

Included: 1 Aid Station, Gravel Pursuit 2022 T-Shirt., Number Plate, Raffle Ticket, Loaded Potato Bar, and a RAD time!

 

COST

$70 until May 31st, $80 until July 9th,

$90 until July 22nd, 2022

T-Shirt not included if registering after July 9th

60 Mile

A great gravel loop over Mt Two Top with a few miles of singletrack on the Continental Divide Trail! 

This is a timed ride with category awards on a marked course.

Included: 1 Aid Station, Gravel Pursuit 2022 T-Shirt., Number Plate, Raffle Ticket, Loaded Potato Bar and a RAD time!

 

COST

$85 until May 31st, $95 until July 9th,

$105 until July 22nd, 2022

T-Shirt not included if registering after July 9th

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120 Mile

An incredibly diverse gravel route that includes going over Mt Two Top with a few miles of singletrack on the Continental Divide Trail and literally riding on the border of Yellowstone National Park! 

This is a timed ride with category awards. This is an unmarked course and you are responsible for navigating the course.

Included: 2 Aid Stations, Gravel Pursuit 2022 T-Shirt., Number Plate, Raffle Ticket, Loaded Potato Bar and a RAD time!

COST

$100 until May 31st, $110 until July 9th,

$120 until July 22nd, 2022

T-Shirt not included if registering after July 9th

 
 
 

Potato Bar

Potatoes, the fruit of Idaho! 
There will be baked potatoes and a variety of toppings including…butter, bacon, sour cream, chives, beans, salsa, cheese, broccoli to help you recover from your day on the saddle.

Potato Flavored FUN FACTS

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Potato Fashion

Potato blossoms used to be a big hit in royal fashion. Potatoes first became fashionable when Marie Antoinette paraded through the French countryside wearing potato blossoms in her hair.

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Potato Consumption

The average American eats about 124 pounds of potatoes per year while Germans eat about twice as much.

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Potato Pursuits

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the largest potato grown was 7 pounds 1 ounce by J. East (1953) and J. Busby (1982) of Great Britain.

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