Fees & Schedules

Event Schedule

Registration Fee

Registration fees include a $10 donation toward event fundraising efforts, and if applicable, processing fee.

All kids 18 & under receive 50% Off registration. Discount does not apply to $10 charitable contribution or processing fee(s).

Until July  31 Until  Aug 31 Until Sept 30
50 & 35-Mile Singletrack Challenge $120 $130 $140
50 & 35-Mile Junior Singletrack Challenge $65 $75 $85
30 Mile Forest Road & 9 Mile Singletrack Fun Ride $75 $85 $95
30 Mile Junior Forest Road & 9 Mile Junior Singletrack Fun Ride $45 $55 $65

Event is limited to 700 participants and can fill up early.

Changes or Refunds

All changes or modifications cost $10; to change a distance or category mail info@epicrides.com.

Epic Ride’s policy is no refunds for the entry fee, except in the event of an injury prior to the event wherein we will transfer your registration to next year’s event upon provision of a doctor’s note.

Packet Pick Up

Friday, 2p – 8p

Saturday, 6:30a – 8:30a

  • 30-mile gravel grinder & 9-mile singletrack fun ride only

Rider with ID is required at packet pick-up. A friend/family member is allowed to pick-up another rider’s packet when a copy of rider’s ID is provided.

Pre-Ride Meeting

Friday, 8p – 8:45p

Mandatory for all 35 & 50 mile singletrack riders. All riders plus friends and family welcome!

Participants in all other distances are requested to show up to their start line 20 minutes prior for a pre-event route review and conversation.

Start Times

 50-mile singletrack challenge  7:00a
 35-mile singletrack challenge  8:30a
 30-mile forest road fun ride  8:40a
 9-mile singletrack fun ride  8:50a
 Kids Fun Ride  9:00a

Fundraising

Each entry fee includes a $10 donation. Fundraising activities are for T.R.A.C.K.S. and other event beneficiaries.

T.R.A.C.K.S. is successful in promoting, preserving, and protecting multi-use trails throughout Pinetop-Lakeside and the White Mountains. It strives to support and assist the development, maintenance, and improvement of non-motorized trails, and to provide a resource for education, communication, and social interaction designed to enhance the enjoyment of outdoor experiences on the trails.

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