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Total Miles = 126

Elevation Gain/Loss = 11,030'

Min. Elevation = 4,150'

Max. Elevation = 7,000'

Avg. Grade = 2.8%

Cattle guards = 31

Water Crossing = 3

Surface Types:
Natural = 14 mi / 12%
Gravel = 86 mi / 68%
Pavement = 26 mi / 20%

Land Administration:
Forest Service = 79 miles / 63%
BLM = 22 miles/ 18%
Private = 23 miles / 18%
Burns Paiute Tribe = 1.5 / 1%

Landscape Features:
Forest = 60 miles / 48%
High Desert = 30 miles / 24%
Canyon = 33 miles / 26%
Urban = 3 miles / 2%


Organized by the Harney County Chamber and volunteers from the US Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management.

There are also 60-mile and 30-mile course options, as well as a team relay option for the 120 route.


Find out for yourself if this 120-mile race through Eastern Oregon is the most epic single day bike race in America. 

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Thom
I'm planning to be there for the 60!  Don't have the training time available to me to be ready for the 120, but I love the riding around Burns.
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Zurichman
Maybe next year, I read 31 cattle guards yikes don't see them here in Pa. I guess they can be slippery if wet.

Zman
If it was easy it wouldn't be a memory. You just hope you don't have all your memories in the same ride. been there dun that Zman
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