Course
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99er COURSE MAP

COURSE STATS

  • 102.8 Miles
  • 6,263′ gain
  • 10.7% max grade
  • 2.9 miles longest climb

*NOTE:  GPS FILE USERS*

There are some minor areas where these GPX files are not totally accurate – the course will be marked for the event.

ON-COURSE INFORMATION

Bag drop

5:15-7:15am – drop your bags at the Bag Drop Vehicle near the front of SNG Club House

  • Mile 56.5 (aid station)
  • Note: Athletes must provide their own bag. Drop-off and pick-up will be in front of Superior National Golf Club House. Expect to pick up bags at 5:00pm on Saturday, June 29th.

Aid stations

There will be four aid stations on the 99er course:

  • Mile 22
  • Mile 56.5 (bag drop)
  • Mile 76.2
  • Mile 94.7

Course nutrition

UPDATE: Available food will be granola bars, fig bars and energy products.  Hydration will be water and hydration products.  Please plan to stop and open your hydration pack or bottle to allow contactless filling from a volunteer.

Course markings

There will be H-frames with a white background, black print and directional arrows along the 99er course. Pink ribbons will be visible along the course for reference.

Cutoff times

  • All riders must maintain a minimum avg mph of 9.35
  • 9:51 amRice Lk Aid
  • 1:33 pm – 1855 Aid
  • 3:39 pm – Wringer Aid
  • 5:38 pm – Onion Aid
  • Note:
    • Any riders arriving after this time should be transported back to the start/finish via sag vehicles.
    • If riders insist on continuing it will be at their own risk, they will be listed as a DNF and their race plate will be removed.

Preparing for the Course

Have your bike checked over before the ride. Make sure everything is tight and properly adjusted, or take it to a trained Erik’s mechanic. They’ll gladly look it over and make sure everything is safe.

Remember to plan for the unexpected. Erik’s recommends on every ride that you keep the following in your hydration pack or seat bag:

  1. Spare tube
  2. Patch kit
  3. CO2 inflator with multiple cartridges or pump.
  4. Multi-tool
  5. Tire levers

For a long ride or race, you should add the following if you don’t already carry it:

  1. Tire boot for patching large cuts in tires
  2. Chain “quick” link to make field repairs
  3. Chain tool
  4. Back up energy food as a reserve tank

Erik’s mechanics will be on hand to make final adjustments or help out at the aid stations where possible. For more ideas, check out these recommendations or stop by one of Erik’s locations near you.