99er COURSE MAP
- 86 Miles / 138 km
- 6,154′ Gain
- +12.2% Steepest uphill (at 15.6 miles)
- 2.13 Longest uphill (at 2.9 miles)
*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.
5:15-7:15am – drop your bags at the Bag Drop Vehicle near the front of SNG Club House
There will be five aid stations on the 99er course:
UPDATE: Available food will be granola bars, fig bars and GU energy products. Hydration will be water and GU hydration. Please plan to stop and open your hydration pack or bottle to allow contactless filling from a volunteer.
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.
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:
For a long ride or race, you should add the following if you don’t already carry it: