|April 18, 2008 – April 22, 2008|
|Parker Canyon Lake, AZ [large map] 31.4263, -110.455|
|marathon, Southwest, self supported, grassroots|
The Arizona Trail 300 is a self supported, wilderness mountain biking race held on a portion of the cross state Arizona Trail. The race follows the trail as closely as possible from Mexico to Superior, AZ, covering some 300 miles of varied terrain (elevations range from 1600 to 8100 ft). The trail surface is primarily singletrack, but the race will detour on dirt and pavement to bypass wilderness and unbuilt sections of the trail.
This is not an organized or sanctioned event in any way. It’s simply a group of friends out to ride their bikes on the same route at the same time. We’ll probably compare times afterwards, but more importantly, we’ll compare experiences — the highs and lows the trail and mountains offered us.
The Arizona Trail 300 is a race similar to The Grand Loop and The Great Divide Race. All we provide is a route, a start time and tabulation of results. Period. There is no race organization, no checkpoints, no support system, nothing. You are completely on your own, just as you would be if you chose to ride the Arizona Trail on any other day.
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