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Following are details for each route offered through the Oz Trail Off-Road backcountry mountain bike event.
Epic Rides recommends starting the event with a full hydration pack, two water bottles and sufficient food to fuel your body; each aid station is roughly 8 – 12 miles apart.
Aid Station Fare
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There are 3 Aid Stations on the course:
- #1 Lake Ann Aid Station – Mile 15
- #2 Pinyon Creek Aid Station – Mile 30
- #3 Euston Aid Station – Mile 40
Plan to start the event with a full tank of water and plenty of food. These are items the rider should plan to provide for the start of the event through the first Aid Station. We highly encourage the use of a hydration pack.
Each station will be equipped with cookies, oranges, and pickles.
Tailwind Nutrition and Honey Stinger waffles will be provided at each aid station.
If a rider prefers a different hydration mix or energy drink, we encourage them to bring their own and mix with the water provided on route.