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22 Mile Ride

101 Mile actual distance - The Spinderella Century!!!  Now you're talking strength, fitness, and true endurance.  Start out at Ross Park, ride out to South 5th Street, past Century High School, under I-15, along the Old Highway to Inkom. Head into the Inkom City Park where you can stop for some fun party time and refreshment or turn Right over the rail road tracks up cross the tracks and climb "Cement Plant Hill." Turn Left at the top of the hill onto Marsh Creek road.  You'll ride for 14 miles enjoying mountain views, basalt bluffs and the winding Marsh Creek. Make a hard Left onto Robin Rd.  Follow the signs to say on Robin Rd under I-15 and into McCammon.  Robin Rd will turn into 11th St in McCammon.  Turn Right onto the Highway/Center St. down past Marsh Valley High School.  Keep left to continue on Old Highway 91through Arimo.    At virginia USE CAUTION AS YOU CROSS OVER and continue on Highway 91 toward Downey.  BE CAREFUL AS THIS CAN BE A BUSY SECTION OF HIGHWAY WITH SEMI TRUCKS AND OTHER TRAFFIC for 5 miles until you turn Right onto Highway 40/Treasure Ln.  Treasure lane will take you under I-15 down a fast decent to Marsh Valley Rd. where turn Right and start your journey back.  If you feel like you are in the middle of nowhere you are wrong.  You are officially past the middle of nowhere.   Continue on Marsh Valley Rd for over 10 Miles back to Arimo. Turn Right on Arimo Rd under I-15 then Left onto Meadowview Dr. which merges back onto the old highway on back past Marsh Valley High School.  At this point you are returning on the same route you came back on.  Don't miss the left hand turn on 11th street in McCammon. As you approach Inkom do not drop back down into town. 
From Marsh Creek road you wrap left around onto W. Portneuf Road back toward the Portneuf Gap and Pocatello.  Continue on to Bannock Highway past Indian Hills Elementary to the new South Valley Connector and round back around to South 2nd Ave for your finish into Ross Park. This is a great ride as the climbs can be more like sprints or drop to your lower gears and just spin on up.   Keep in mind that there are quite a few of these hills as it's a very roller-esque style route.  What an accomplishment!  Your Spinderella 2016 Century bragging rights are almost 2000 feet of elevation gain in 100 miles.  You go girl!  

70 Mile Ride

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50 Mile Ride

23.3 Mile actual distance - For those who are looking for a little more!  Start out at Ross Park, ride out to South 5th Street, past Century High School, under I-15, along the Old Highway to Inkom.  Head into the Inkom City Park to party and refuel, and then cross the tracks and climb "Cement Plant Hill"  It's short but it's steep!  Ride the "Inkom Rollers" nestled right up to the mountain side as your "roll" your way back toward Pocatello on W. Portneuf Rd.  Riding through The Gap is so rewarding as it is filled with views of the mountains and smells of fresh air and country side.  Follow the Bannock Highway past Indian Hills Elementary to the new South Valley Connector and round back around to South 2nd Ave for your finish into Ross Park.  Your total elevation gain for the ride is 528.  A ride you'll never forget. 

50.5 Mile actual distance - This is a great 50 Miler that will test those legs with short climbs and great rollers!  Start out at Ross Park, ride out to South 5th Street, past Century High School, under I-15, along the Old Highway to Inkom.  Head into the Inkom City Park to party and refuel, then exit the park through the neighborhood and turn right onto Rapid Creek road.  When you get to the fork in the road, stay right onto Inkom road and another right to stay on Inkom road.   Passing the road to Pebble Creek you will wrap back around to the highway.  Take a left onto the Old Highway toward McCammon.  Be ready for some challenging climbs but don't forget to enjoy the views.  Use caution and follow traffic control as you cross Highway 30 before continuing into McCammon.  In McCammon you turn right on 11th street to Cross under I-15 then a fun descent down Goodenough Road.  Turn right onto Marsh Creek Road back toward Inkom.   Be sure to enjoy the view of mountains, basalt bluffs and the winding Marsh Creek.  From Marsh Creek road you wrap left around onto W. Portneuf Road back toward the Portneuf Gap and Pocatello.  Continue on to Bannock Highway past Indian Hills Elementary to the new South Valley Connector and round back around to South 2nd Ave for your finish into Ross Park. This is a great ride as the climbs can be more like sprints or drop to your lower gears and just spin on up.   Keep in mind that there are quite a few of these hills as it's a very roller-esque style route.  So fun!  Your bragging rights are 1250 feet of elevation gain in 50 miles.  Oh yeah!

10 Mile Ride

We ride, rain or shine, so be sure to dress in layers to accommodate Idaho weather.  Drop boxes will be available at water stations, PLEASE put your name on dropped items.  Boxes will be returned to Ross Park (finish line) as soon as the course clears and the items can be picked up from the finish line as they come in. 

100 Mile - 6:00 AM

70 Mile - 7:00 AM

50 Mile - 7:30 AM

22 Mile - 9:00 AM

10 Mile - 9:30 AM

*Please leave with your distance start time.*

We offer a myriad of ride options that cater to the beginner rider up to the most seasoned cyclist.  Because our support staff works to make sure that all of our riders are safe at all sections of the ride, it is imperative that you leave WITH YOUR START TIME OF YOUR DESIRED DISTANCE.  We cannot allow exceptions as it does strain our support staff to make sure that everyone is where they should be when they should be, so please don’t leave early!  Thank you for your cooperation in this. 

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72.5 Mile actual distance - Now you're really pushing distance and endurance with this 72.5 mile ride full of short climbs, rollers and long stretches. Start out at Ross Park, ride out to South 5th Street, past Century High School, under I-15, along the Old Highway to Inkom.  Head into the Inkom City Park where you can stop for some fun party time and refreshment before continuing on down the Old Highway toward McCammon.  Enjoy the views of the highest mountains in the area and the winding Portneuf River. Now you're really pushing distance and endurance with this 72.5 mile ride full of short climbs, rollers and long stretches. Start out at Ross Park, ride out to South 5th Street, past Century High School, under I-15, along the Old Highway to Inkom.  Head into the Inkom City Park where you can stop for some fun party time and refreshment before continuing on down the Old Highway toward McCammon.  Enjoy the views of the highest mountains in the area and the winding Portneuf River.  Use caution and follow traffic control as you cross Highway 30 before continuing into McCammon.  You continue on Highway 91 all the way out past Marsh Valley High School and Arimo and on to Virginia. Sharp right  and head over the freeway overpass at Virginia and onto E. Virginia Rd.  If you feel like you're in the middle of nowhere at this point it's because you are, but don't worry, we'll be watching our for you.  E. Virginia Rd. turns into E. Hawkins Rd.   Turn Right onto S. Marsh Valley Rd and you're on your way back.  After about 5 miles turn Right onto Arimo Rd and cross back over the freeway and take a Left back past Marsh Valley High School.  As you come back into McCammon, turn Left on 11th St. to go under I-15 and enjoy the decent on Goodenough road as you cross to the other side of the valley.  Turn Right onto Marsh Creek road heading back to Inkom.  Be sure to enjoy the view of mountains, basalt bluffs and the winding Marsh Creek.  From Marsh Creek road you wrap left around onto W. Portneuf Road back toward the Portneuf Gap and Pocatello.  Continue on to Bannock Highway past Indian Hills Elementary to the new South Valley Connector and round back around to South 2nd Ave for your finish into Ross Park. This is a great ride as the climbs can be more like sprints or drop to your lower gears and just spin on up.   Keep in mind that there are quite a few of these hills as it's a very roller-esque style route.  So fun!  Your bragging rights are 1463 feet of elevation gain in 72.5 miles.  Oh yeah! 

100 Mile Ride

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11.3 Mile actual distance - What a fun and exciting adventure!  Start out at Ross Park, ride out to South 5th Street, past Century High School and under I-15.  There's a hard right at the bottom of a fun descent so be ready to make this turn and cross over the tracks.  Follow the signs onto the Bannock Highway.  Ride the Bannock Highway past Indian Hills Elementary to the new South Valley Connector and round back around to South 2nd Ave for your finish into Ross Park.  This ride has a few hills with a total elevation gain of about 300 feet but you can do it!  A great adventure for riders of all levels and abilities.