Sterling Beeter Half (58 Miles)
Sterling Beeter Full (112 Miles)
Pawnee Roubaix (92 Miles)
Petite Roubaix (60 Miles)
Mini Petite (23 Miles)
There are fun short routes on the property and maps will be available.
For those doing the Sterling Beeter Half, you will start at the Spring Canyon Bar Ranch in Raymer and end in Sterling. There will be a bus and bike transportation from Sterling to Spring Canyon Bar Ranch. You will need to reserve a spot on the bus when you register. You must arrive by a designated time or have your won ride back to the Ranch!
Bust #1 Depart Sterling at 2:00pm. Must arrive in Sterling by 1:30pm
Bust #2 Depart Sterling at 4:00pm Must arrive in Sterling by 3:30pm
There will be an aid station every 15 to 25 miles. Aid Stations will have water, hydration drink and basic snacks. Local community members will be onsite to provide additional goodies. At times the community will be fundraising and these goodies will be for sale. Please ensure that you plan accordingly and carry any additional supplies you may need.
There are limited stores and on the route:
Sunday: (only stores are on the Pawnee Roubaix)
Don't hesitate to stop by a local ranch or farm if you need water or help. They know you are coming and will be happy to help!
We will have SAG wagons on the route to provide support. They will have extra tubes, bike pumps, water, and basic medical supplies.
Many of you may have personal support on the route and while we welcome it we will provide personal support with routes to meeting spots so they are not on the routes if they don't have to be. We are trying to limit as many vehicles as possible from the route to ensure safety and minimize dust.
The route will be marked but we strongly encourage you to download the Ride with GPS routes
and travel with a paper map and cue sheet.
Some things you should bring with you:
Other items to consider:
There is a fair amount of Open Range Cattle in the Pawnee National Grasslands therefore there are cattle guards on the road. The gaps for these cattle guards run perpendicular to the road and can easily be ridden over. Cattle guards are highlighted on the route and cue sheet. Here are a few tips:
You may meet a cow or two (or a whole herd) along the way. Just keep on riding and leave them be and they will do the same!