THRILL TO WILD WEST SCENERY NEAR ROOSEVELT LAKE, northeast of Phoenix.
ENJOY AWESOME ROAD RIDING with gentle rolling hills, stunning views, wide shoulders and little traffic.
CHOOSE FROM 28, 56, and 78-mile distances along scenic State Route 188.
A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS BENEFITS THE GILA COMMUNITY FOOD BANK IN GLOBE.
YOU’LL LOVE the lack of signals or stop signs, although you may have to yield to jackrabbits, roadrunners and coyotes crossing the road.
YOU’LL BE AMAZED at views of the rugged Superstition and Sierra Ancha mountains, saguaro forests, Lake Roosevelt, and its unique blue bridge. At 1080 feet long, the structure is the longest two-lane, single-span, steel-arch bridge in North America.
RIDE THROUGH HISTORIC Tonto Basin, a site of the infamous Pleasant Valley Range War in the 1800s, and the subject of Tonto Basin, a 1921 Western novel by Zane Grey.
WATER & SNACK STATIONS ALONG THE COURSE
COURSE SAG & SWEEP SUPPORT
POST-RIDE TACO BAR FEAST