When: November 4th, 2017 at 9:00 am (9:45 start time for those doing the short course) at Kentucky Camp, 40 miles south of Tucson. There are two options for this race, (1) a 29-mile lollipop or (2) a 46-mile figure 8. There will be camping available and a post-race party in the area for those that would like to grill. Registration closed for 2012. Entrance this year will be a six pack of good beer! Afterwards, we will drink the beer (leftover beer will be used at future events).
GPX files and maps:
The GPX files are available on topofusion.com:
For help uploading the GPX files to your GPS see: http://topofusion.com/tutorials/uploading-tracks.php
Using a GPS is highly recommended!
long course overview map / profile
short course overview map / profile
The Kentucky Camp Epic directions are available here for those wishing to do a pre-ride: http://www.sdmb.org/Trails/Trail-IMBAepic.html (note that this only covers the “lollipop” portion of the long route, not the “stick” / out and back portion.
Detail topo maps for both courses are here:
Note the arrows in the above maps provided by Topofusion.com to make sure you understand which direction the route goes.
Directions to the Trailhead:
Take I-10 east out of Tucson to exit 281, the Sonoita Highway / State Highway 83 exit. Heading south on 83, 11.5 miles from I-10, look for a picnic table/rest area on the right side of the road, turn right down the dirt road just after it, signed for Rosemont Junction (FR 231). 1.41 miles in, a cairned singletrack crosses the road. This is the start/finish for racing. A GPS is recommended for a pre-riding and during the event. Parking lot is on the left of the road, 1 mile from the highway, just before the singletrack. We will have a 1/2 mile ride from the parking lot to the singletrack.
Camping Friday and Saturday Night:
About 1 mile from said turn onto Rosemont Junction Road, there is a OHV area to camp. A few hundred yards pass this area, there is a huge lot on the left with a corral and some parking on the right side. Choose any of those spots.
Use the comments section to ask any question regarding the event.