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Registration Fees

$150        Steelhead Category—Camping Option including gear transport               to / from Camp site

$125        Cutthroat Category—Bike Packing  / Non-camping  / Self supported by friend / family Option

Early bird discount of $15 for  Steelhead, $10 for Cutthroat Available till April 30th

** We reserve the right to cancel the event if 20  registrations have not been received by June 15th

 Date and Time

July 13th and 14th (Overnight camping)          

Day1         Sign on at 8:00 AM  Start at 9AM

Day2         Breakfast at 9:00 AM                  Ride Start 10AM

Included with your registration fee

Camp site evening of July 13th

Gear Transport to camp site from Start/Finish area. 1 Large Duffel style bag per rider

Supper July 13th and Breakfast July 14th

Safety and sweep vehicle for road portions.

Unmanned Water stations en-route

Some of the most amazing views and roads in the province 

 

 Event Description

Hugging the shores of Lake Diefenbaker in Central Saskatchewan is some of the best gravel and trail riding we have found anywhere. Join us July 13th for a 2 day Fondo style lap of the lake.

Starting Saturday Morning in Danielson Provincial Park  along “The Great Trail” and looping south around the Qu’appelle Dam. Halfway to Riverhurst we ride right up to the edge of a massive crater where we will crown the 2019 Queen and King of the Crater. Finally, we sweep west towards Riverhurst and on to the Palliser Campground for an evening of feeding and  war stories from the road followed by a campout  by the shores of the lake.

Sunday Morning, we join the Riverhurst Lions Club for a pancake breakfast before a short ride to the Riverhurst Ferry for a morning cruise to the West shore of the lake. Climbing up out of the valley and heading north towards the wide open grasslands on the west side of the lake. Next, we ride around the northwest edge of the lake on abandoned railways and trails making up some of the more adventurous parts of the route. The spillway and dam  give you a chance to settle into a nice spin before diving back onto the Trails through Danielson park for the final home stretch to the finish

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Route Information

Day 1 112km mixed non-technical trail and gravel roads

Day 2 89km gravel roads and rolling grass land trails