Thank you to all the 2020 participants for making this event a success! Stay tuned for 2021 race schedule information to be released in October.
This event is approved for 175 participants! The wait list is capped at 5 registrations. Follow the social media channels for updates.
COVID-19 safety protocol and safe distancing practices will be in affect for all Revolution Enduro events.
- Participants will be organized into groups of 10 riders with staggered start times.
- Online registration only. No walk-up registration.
- Online waiver signature only.
- Virtual Racer Meeting
- Racer check-in: timing chips and race plates will given to racers on Race Day.
- No Aide Station. Food/hydration drop locations will be announced.
- Racer carpool shuttles on Day 1 and Day 2.
This is a two day race format with two days of back country racing.
All adult racers 18 years of age or older must sign the online waiver, click the link below. Junior racers must bring a signed waiver, see printable version below. There will not be waivers at race check-in. Waivers for 18+ racers must be signed online.
Sign the waiver HERE! *Juniors MUST have a printed waiver signed by a parent or guardian.* Click here for a printable version.
-No cutting course. Stay on all single track. Time penalties and/or disqualification will be assessed.
-No littering. Pack out your trash.
-One Bike: race the same frame, suspension, and wheels both days.
-Assist injured racers if needed.
-Be polite and courteous to other user groups encountered on the trails.
-Transfers: you will encounter other trail users, uphill traffic has the right or way.
Day 1, Saturday August 8, 2020
Race HQ location, here. This is the event parking, check-in, lunch and timing for Day 1.
Do not camp at Race HQ, it is for parking. Dispersed camping can be found all over this zone. There is no parking on Rd. 550 (the main road in front of the parking lot. *Caution: there are logging trucks on Road 550. They are not looking for you and do not slow down for bikers, hikers, dogs, motos, campers, or trophy trucks. Be aware.
Racer check in will start at 7am. You will receive your race plate, timing chip that is to be worn on your right wrist, and continue to the Journey Start to activate your timing chip, then pedal to the stage Start. Race groups are listed below and emails will be sent with specific group information.
Parking, Check-in, Lunch and Timing will be at Race HQ after Stage 5.
The Carpool shuttle route for racer pickup after Stage 5, back to Race HQ is, here. Do not park on Road 129 (the main road).
Youth and Women Novice will race Stages 2,3,4, and 5. Check -in for this Group is 7am. The Youth shuttle will leave at 7:15. Women Novice need to self-shuttle. The drop-off location for these classes is, here. The Stage start time is 7:30am for these classes. There is a designated sweep for the Youth class.
Food Drop location is, here. There will be a truck leaving from Race HQ at 7:45am and 9:15am. Race groups departing before 8:30am need to deliver your food bag by 7:45am. Race groups after 8:30 need to deliver your food bag by 9:15. This will be the schedule for both Saturday and Sunday. You can have up to two, 1 gallon zip-loc baggies, or small pack. Race crew will bring packs back to HQ after the race.
Water: bring your own water, enough for pre-race, during the race, your food bag, and after the race; 2-3 gallons per person. This goes for both Saturday and Sunday.
Day 2, Sunday August 9
Race HQ: Memorial Park
Event Parking, Steamboat Springs High School main lot, here.
There is No Parking at Dry Lake. The drop off will be on the north side of the road. Leave the high school lot ready to race. Race crew will direct vehicles to unload and then head back down the pass. This event permit is approved per the No Parking stipulation at Dry Lake. Thank you in advance for following these drop off protocols so that this event can happen in the future!
Journey Start, the Day 2 Journey start will be located near the vault toilet at the Spring Creek Trail head. Racers must check-in at the Journey Start.
Day 2 Food Drop is at Stage 1, Grouse Trail head, here. Same schedule as Day 1.
End of Race Transfer: the transfer back to Race HQ after Stage 8 will be on the Spring Creek Directional Trail. This is a transfer, not part of the race. Ride in control. Once on the two-track and County Road, expect dogs and children off-leash, hikers, and baby strollers. Ride slow. Be courteous. Pedestrians have the right of way. Thanks in advance for riding smart, in control and slow near pedestrians so that ALL of your fellow race participants can use this transfer route in the future.
Youth and Novice Women will race Stages 7 and 8. These classes will use the same drop off location, journey start, and Transfer route to Stage 6 as the other classes. There will be a sweep for the Youth class. Drop off is 7am.
Lunch, Timing check-in and Awards are at Memorial Park. We will hold “rolling” awards and announce Awards for classes as they finish. Lunch will be available 12-3:30pm.
Day 2 Courses (map coming soon. These trails are on Trailforks)
Stage 6, Upper Grouse
Stage 7, Soda Mountain Trail
Stage 8, Lower Grouse.
August 2, is the last day to submit carpool-race group requests. Email firstname.lastname@example.org, include your race category!
Augst 3, is the Transfer Deadline. Email email@example.com, cc the Transferee on the email and include: DOB, phone, number race catetgory, emergency name and phone number, and any medical information for the transferee.
August 5, Last Day to Cancel.