|June 20, 2008 – July 17, 2008|
|Port of Roosville, Montana [large map] 48.9991, -115.056|
|Mountain, great divide, time trial|
The Great Divide Race is a self-supported, solo competition following the 2,490-mile Great Divide Mountain Bike Route. Traversing Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado, and New Mexico, the route demands over 200,000 feet of climbing along it’s length. Competitors carry all equipment necessary to negotiate the backcountry, restocking on food and other supplies from the small towns along the route.
The intent of the GDR is to establish a common date and set of rules so that those wishing to challenge the route or record may compete directly with other athletes under equal circumstances. While anyone may “time-trial” the GDMBR at any time, their effort will be recognized only if they follow the rules set out here.
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