Saturday October 21st, 2017
Are you ready for 100 miles of smooth, flowing, red, dirt roads? Waverly, Alabama is home to some of the most highly concentrated dirt roads in Alabama. Starting at the folksy Standard Deluxe music venue, we will be cruising a 100 and 60 mile loop during a self-supported dirt road race. Whether you are just looking to finish this adventure or crush the competition, come on out and join us.
For 2017 We are going BIG!
We're offering even more than last year, at no price increase
Plenty of Free Beer
And a clearly marked course...
$55 Early Bird- $65 Late Bird
October 7th marks the switch to Late Bird
30 Mile 60 Mile 100 Mile
Click on photos for links to Ride with GPS Files
We will offer fully supported aid stations along the route (1 for the 60 and 2 for the 100). Those stations will include food and water, however if riding self supported is your style, then we very much encourage you. With limited aid stations, it is imperative that you carry enough food and water to sustain yourself in-between.
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The Standard Deluxe Dirt Road Century is a USAC event. Please register on the USAC Cycling Website
100 Mile 60 Mile 30 Mile
Start Time: 7:00:00 AM 9:00:00 AM 10:00:00 AM
Fastest Finisher: 1:00:00 PM 1:00:00 PM 12:30:00 PM
Slowest Finisher: 4:30:00 PM 4:30:00 PM 2:30:00 PM
What does my race fee cover?
- A Dirt Road Century Tee Shirt
- Live music
- A post-ride meal and beverage provided by our sponsors
- GPX route and a clearly marked course
- Pickups in case of mechanical or human failures
- Medically trained personnel in case of injury
- An awesome venue, The Standard Deluxe - http://standarddeluxe.com/
What bike should I ride?
A (monster) cross bike with about 40c tires works well, so does a skinny tired hardtail mountain bike. We don't suggest running any tire less than 35c although some run 32's without problems.
What are the roads like?
Awesome. Chunky. About 80% dirt/gravel.
What gear should I bring?
- Your bicycle
- Front and rear lights
- GPS - With uploaded route
- Flat kit
- Food (200-300 calories per hour)
- Water (2-3 liters)
- A strong will