3rd Annual Mt Lemmon Gravel Grinder p/b REI
Race Details:

The 3rd annual Mt Lemmon Gravel Grinder will be held on Saturday, October 27th and features one of southern Arizona's most historic gravel/dirt roads located on the “back side” northern slopes of the Santa Catalina Mountains connecting the rural town of Oracle to the Village of Summerhaven, Mount Lemmon.

Riders will enjoy the remote rugged terrain and breathtaking open range views while challenging their physical and mental abilities in search of what it takes to grind out the course. True Grit

When you return, all finishers will receive an award symbolizing your achievement and are encouraged stick around to celebrate and enjoy the vendor/expo, live music, tasty food, craft beer and cold beverages.

We invite you to round up your posse of family and friends and enjoy the beauty and charm of Oracle. Spend the weekend with us!

*Registration Open April-October 26, 2018
*40/50/60 Mile Grind Options
*Fun Ride & Kids Race!
*RV/Tent Camping Available Friday & Saturday

Benefiting:
SDMB - Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicyclists
http://www.sdmb.org/

Beads of Courage - Carry a Bead and Ride for Courage! http://www.beadsofcourage.org/

Event Schedule:
Halfwheel Coffeehouse pouring caffeine! - 5:00a
Ciao Down Food Truck Open - 6:00a-4:00p
Bike & Gear Expo Open - 6:00a-3:00p
60 Grind Start - 7:10a
50 Grind Start - 7:15a
40 Grind Start - 7:20a
Fun Ride Start - 8:30a
Kids Race Start - 9:00a (20 min.)
Mr. Nature's Music Garden LLC takes the stage - 9:30-11:00a
Cadillac Mountain takes the stage - 11:00a-1:00p
40/50/60 Grind Podiums Start - 1:00p

Stay tuned for further details and announcements as we have them!

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