Queen's Ransom Bikepack

Group Ride Details:

4 Day - 3 Night 220 mile bikepacking loop around the greater East Valley area. This is the perfect shakedown ride for those participating the April's AZTR300/750. This is a self-paced ride that regroups at camp each night. Come prepared for a backcountry ride. Have the track loaded on a GPS and know how to use it. Bring a water filter. Those two items should be mandatory. Come prepared for fun, adventure and to hang out with like-minded riders!!

There will be a nominal fee for the camping area on night 1.

Please bring $2 for entry via bike into the Usery & San Tan Mtn. Regional Parks

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flag schillingsworth TRAILFORKS (Dec 16, 2016 at 21:32)
 Click on the route link above to have access to the .gpx file of the route.
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flag schillingsworth TRAILFORKS (Jan 23, 2017 at 6:03)
 UPDATE: Camp location for night 1 has to be relocated due to scheduling conflict. New location will be communicated at the start.
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flag schillingsworth TRAILFORKS (Feb 19, 2017 at 20:16)
 Please RSVP at: freeskier46@gmail dot com for start address. Otherwise the group will roll by Safeway shortly after 7am and you can join in then.
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    • Freeze/thaw Cycle
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    • Wilderness (typically no bikes in USA)
    • BLM (public)
    • USFS (Wildlife sanctuaries darker than usfs)
    • State land
    • Indigenous
    • Military
    Trail Conditions
    • Unknown
    • Snow Packed
    • Snow Covered
    • Freeze/thaw Cycle
    • Icy
    • Prevalent Mud
    • Wet
    • Variable
    • Dry
    • Very Dry
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    215 miles
    Distance
    18,180 ft
    Climb
    -18,179 ft
    Descent
    3,745 ft
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