RIDE THE ARIZONA BICYCLE CLASSIC IF YOU LIKE:
* GREAT WILD WEST SCENERY NEAR ROOSEVELT LAKE, northeast of Phoenix. Amazing views of the rugged Superstition and Sierra Ancha mountains, saguaro forests, and the sparkling waters of Roosevelt Lake.
* AWESOME ROAD CYCLING with gentle rolling hills, wide shoulders and little traffic.
According to Cycle Arizona, a map published by the Arizona Department of Transportation, our course routes along State Highway 188 feature low traffic volume and in most parts, a shoulder width of greater than four feet.
* THE UNIQUE BLUE Roosevelt Lake bridge. At 1080 feet long, this beautiful structure is the longest two-lane, single-span, steel-arch bridge in North America. You'll definitely want a photo of you and your buddies riding across this famous bridge.
* RIDING 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.
CHOOSE FROM 28, 56, and 78-mile distances (including a Metric Plus Century) along scenic State Route 188.
REFRESHMENT STATIONS EVERY 15 MILES WITH WATER, ELECTROLYTES, FRESH FRUIT AND SNACKS
FRIENDLY COURSE SAG & SWEEP SUPPORT
DELICIOUS POST-RIDE LUNCH
A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS BENEFITS THE GILA COMMUNITY FOOD BANK IN GLOBE.
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