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FALL TOUR OF ST. GEORGE

OCTOBER 15, 2022 | ST. GEORGE, UT

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OCTOBER 15, 2021

VENUE: ST. GEORGE
ADDRESS: 50 MAIN STREET

Every cyclist knows two things are necessary to truly experience the beauty of a region: your bike, and your friends. The Tour de Saint George is your opportunity to have a truly amazing experience on your bike, with your friends—while marveling at the beauty that is Southern Utah.

Choose a Distance: 35, 57, 80 and 100-mile ride options.

Don't forget about our new Kids Ride Free policy! Please read the FAQ before registering if you wish to participate with a kid.

**EBIKE CATEGORY NOW AVAILABLE 

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In other areas of our country, October gets cold as the riding season wraps up. However, fall in our area is perfect for riding! When you ride the fall Tour de Saint George, you’ll be greeted by mild temperatures. Saint George comes alive with the whisper of rubber-on-road as cyclists wind through colorful streets and skirt the pastel waves of Utah’s southern desert. 35, 57, 80 and 100-mile ride options all have breathtaking scenery.

Event will be chipped timed 
• The Tour is capped at 600 riders, so register now and lock in your spot.
• Tour the scenic landscapes of Sand Hollow State Park & Snow Canyon State Park.
• Enjoy fully stocked rest stops, a great lunch, and more, like great swag!
• Enjoy warm spring riding temperatures in scenic Southern Utah
• Choose a distance to challenge yourself: 35, 57, 80 or 100 miles.
• Receive a custom Tour de St. George event medal with your registration.
• You’ll get a custom Fall Tour T-Shirt your registration
• Only 90 minutes North of Las Vegas
• Just 4 hours south of Salt Lake City

COURSE MAPS

Distance: 35 Miles

Elevation Gain: 1,419'


*Click the title "Fall Tour 35" on the map to go to the correct course page.


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Distance: 57 Miles

Elevation Gain: 2,747'


*Click the title "Fall Tour 57" on the map to go to the correct course page.

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Distance: 80 Miles

Elevation Gain: 4,478'


*Click the title "Fall Tour 80" on the map to go to the correct course page.

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Distance: 100 Miles

Elevation Gain: 6,810'


*Click the title "Fall Tour of St George" on the map to go to the correct course page.


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Event Info

Registration

Advance Registration: Ends 10/6/2022 at 11PM

Citizens (30-mile route): $75 + fees
Mini Century (57-mile route): $85 + fees
Metric Century (80-mile route): $95 + fees
Century (100-mile route): $110 + fees

*EBike categories available for all routes.

*Shirt only guaranteed for riders signed up by 10/6/2022.

Group rate discounts are available

Online Registration: Ends Thursday 10/13/2022 at 2 PM

Citizens (30-mile route): $90 + fees
 Mini Century (57-mile route): $100 + fees
 Metric Century (80-mile route): $110 + fees
 Century (100-mile route): $125 + fees

Packet Pick Up

thursday, October 13

5:00-7:00 PM
Red Rock Bicycle Co on the Corner of 100 S and Bluff St in St. George, UT

Friday, October 14

1:00-7:00 PM
Red Rock Bicycle Co on the Corner of 100 S and Bluff St in St. George, UT

Saturday, October 15

6:30-7:30am

Race Start Line: St. George Town Square, corner of 100 S and Main St

7:30-8:30 a.m. Rolling start
5 p.m.: Ride Support Finishes

Race Day

Race Day Schedule


TimeEvent
6:30-7:30 a.m.Packet Pickup
7:30-8:30 a.m.Rolling starts
5:00 p.m.End of support

More Information

Rest Stops
We have a fully stocked Rest Stop roughly every 20 Miles! These rest stops will have Restrooms, PB&J sandwiches, Fresh Fruits, Candy, Water and so on! Rest assured that we have your back!
Lunch
A delicious lunch will Be catered from 11:00 until 5:00 *more Details to follow as we line up quality vendors. We know that you will be hungry and we will be ready!

Race Start Location

St. George Town Square: Corner of 100 S and Main St
St. George, UT

Travel

Area Info:

The Tour de St George starts and finishes in the heart of down town St George at the Town Square Park (50 S Main Street). Bring the whole family. There is literally something for everyone!

Lodging:

You can receive a discount on a rental house from our friends at www.myfreedomvacation.com, Book directly through the link or call at 435-688-1616. Use code: redrock2018

Family Fun

Stay right here at the park! Bring food to have a picnic! Bring Swimsuits for the kids! Within Town Square, you will find a splash pad, A carousel, the St George Children’s Museum, and the St George Library All without leaving the race venue!

Town Square Park
50 South Main Street
St. George, UT 84770
phone: (435) 627-4530

Hours:
daily 8am-6pm

A wonderful place to come alone and read a book or bring the family and play around. Have a nice picnic in the park on one of the picnic tables. Splash around in the splash pad and winding river. Take a stroll along the walking path. Experience the culture of the flag memorial along with the art of the bronze exhibit. It’s a beautiful and exciting place!

Merchandise

Each rider will receive a t-shirt and a medal.

POLICIES & PROCEDURES

  • We plan to adhere to all state and local guidelines for mass gathering numbers. We are also flexible and willing to adhere to any regulations that each venue may have.
  • All riders are encouraged to bring their own hydration and nutrition, but we will have rest stops, and both nutrition and hydration available, but limited self serve.  We will have volunteers to help you with both.
  • We plan to do rolling starts according to mileage options and we will send out an email on Thursday prior to the event with more details. 
  • We will separate the starts for each mileage option by at least 15 minutes. This will help to reduce traffic and reduce grouping and passing.
  • After finishing, riders can pick up their medals at the finish line. We will rely on riders to social distance at their discretion and be mindful of other riders.

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