- Clearly marked route
- GPX Files provide
- Printable queue sheet
- Aid Stations
- Event photography
Prepared to climb?
Pisgah means summit in Hebrew, at least that’s what we learned on Wikipedia. And, it is completely fitting for this ride. The area around the Loess Hills State Forest is amazing and hilly and beautiful. The route for this race will swing around Preparation Canyon State Park and wind through the valleys of the Little Sioux River and Soldier River Cutoff. The geography in this area is diverse and challenging. We’re estimating the elevation on this race will be over 4,000 ft. But, it will be worth it. Ever climb opens up to another vista and every descent lets you discover a new and less travelled area.
So, if you’re looking for a challenge and you want to be surrounded by good people, Preparation Pisgah is your race. Pisgah’s City Park has great facilities, including camping and showers.
|Date||Saturday August 13th, 2022|
|Start location||Pisgah City Park|
|Distance||100 km / 62 mi|
|Climbing elevation||About 4000 ft|
|Meal Option||Dave’s Old Home Cafe|
Aug. 12th – Packet pickup available in the Pisgah City Park from 6:00PM to 8:00PM. Great place to camp and hangout before and after the race.
6:00AM – Packet pickup opens at Pisgah City Park
6:45AM – Line-up at starting line for last minute instructions
7:00AM – Race starts, group start
8:00AM – First aid station opens
9:00AM – Second aid station opens
10:00AM – First aid station closes
Noon – Second aid station closes
1:00PM – Sweep starts on route.
2:00PM – Route sweep complete, all racers still on the route are on their own for support.
Once the first three racers in the men’s and women’s divisions cross the finish line, we’ll take pictures of them on the podium.
Week of Aug. 15th – Start looking for links to photos in your inbox!