Make sure you arrive informed. This is mandatory reading for everyone! The race bible is subject (and likely) to change as we near race-day. So make sure to check back in here frequently, or at least in depth before you arrive for the event!
2022 SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm, @ Location in Pueblo to be revealed via email to VIP registrants.
Mingle and dine with the pros*
10:00 am - 2:00 pm @ Location to be revealed via email to VIP registrants.
Pre-Ride & Lunch with the pros*
*Additional registration will be required for each VIP event and each of them will require a minimum donation to the Red Creek Volunteer Fire Department. Please contact us for more details.
Friday 9/30: 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm Saturday 10/1: 5:30 am - 7:20 am
You must bring your ID. While it is not required, it can be a good idea to bring a copy (or a screenshot on your phone) of your registration for those who like to be over-prepared. But generally just your name and ID will do.
Minors: All minors will be required to have a legal guardian present to sign their release waiver. Participation in the event will not be allowed otherwise.
All four routes will have aid stations + SAG vehicles patrolling the course and assisting riders in need (but they are not your UberXL driver!).
7:30 am Start time - GL150 / GL100 / GL60
7:45 am Start time GL30
There are no time cuts on any of the routes but if you come back after the sun has set, we might be already celebrating a great day of gravel adventure with a cerveza or two on the patio at Walter's while listening to some cool music (live music from 7 to 10 pm). We'll keep a cold one ready for you!
Aid stations will have water and basic nutrition items. Planning on being self sufficient is always the best way to be prepared though!
GL150 - La Loca: aid station at Mile 34, 50, 73, 104 and 128 (5 total)
There will be a mandatory 2 minute stop at Mile 50 and 104 for the lead group racing the GL150 La Loca.
GL100 - La Gran Piedra: aid station at Mile 34, 50, 65, 75 and 79 (5 total)
GL60 - La Mediana: aid station at Mile 34, 43 and 48 (3 total)
GL30 - La Pequeña: aid station at Mile 16.5 (1 total)
Note that there is no aid station in the first 34 miles for the longer distances, be prepared to carry what you need!
All four routes will be timed, but only La Loca (GL150), La Gran Piedra (GL100) and La Mediana (GL60) are competitive and will be awarded prizes.
Awards will be for each distance and gender overall (no age categories) for GL150, GL100 and GL60.
ATTENTION!! No roof racks in the parking garages!!
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Entries are not refundable nor deferrable.
Your registration is not refundable nor deferrable to another GL150 event year. The event is rain or shine. Because it is for a charitable cause, under no circumstances will your registration fees or merchandise fees be refunded or registration deferred. Be sure when you sign up!
We will be allowing transfers between riders so please email us about a transfer request.
Gravel Locos 150 will follow all regional safety guidelines as related to reducing the spread of COVID-19.
At present these guidelines recommend face coverings (masks, bandanas, neck gators) indoors for unvaccinated individuals and if a 6 ft distance cannot be maintained. Unless you are fully vaccinated, we encourage you to wear face coverings at all gathering points throughout the event including at the venue in Pueblo, on the start line until the riders spread out in the first few miles and at all aid stations along the route. Riders receiving SAG support will be required to maintain a safe, 6-foot minimum distance from others when outside, and wear a face covering if being transported in a vehicle.
Aid station personnel will be encouraged to wear face coverings at all times and will be wearing gloves when handling food or fluid items. Hand sanitizer will be available at all aid stations.
Individual participants will not be permitted to self-serve at aid stations. Volunteers will manage the distribution of food and fluid items. Water bottles are to be filled in a contactless manner.
Some of these protocols may require additional time at an aid station than what you might be accustomed to. We ask that you exercise patience and understanding as we all do our part to keep everyone safe during Gravel Locos 150.
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