Look under the “Schedule/Roster” tab for details.
Registration is now open for this year’s brevet season. If possible, please sign up several days in advance, as I sometimes need to print out the brevet cards and cue sheets a week ahead of time, so I can mail them to a designated trail boss. But don’t worry about any event selling out. That is
SLR Adventure Series Dirt Road Randonnees Salt Lake Randonneurs introduce new Dirt Road Randonnee Series (text & route design my Kenneth Samuel) Inspired by the San Francisco Randonneurs Adventure Series, SLR is pleased to introduce two new rides this year: the Monte Cristo Dirt Road Randonnee (7/16) and the Heber Mountain Dirt Road Randonnee (8/13). These rides both feature: High
I have been working on a design for a cycling jersey for our region. With the help of Jim Halay, we have decided to go with Champion Design, as they do smaller batches. At this point, we only have a design for a jersey & vest. If enough of you want bibs, shorts, or arm
The schedule for next year is now posted on this page.
Here is a report from Greg Smith, who rode our recent 600K.
In the past I have posted photos and trip reports on our blog page. But it is a ton of work uploading photos, sizing & saving them, and writing captions etc. So future trip reports and possibly many news items, will be posted on our newly created Facebook Group (https://www.facebook.com/groups/saltlakerandos/) (you must have a Facebook
On April the 12th we had our first event of the season, the Willard Bay and Beyond 100K and 200K. This year, everyone signed up for the 200 km distance. The weather was rather decent, as in April, it can go either way (the following day, i.e. Sunday, it was snowing in the nearby
On the weekend of July the 12th we had the first ever Raspberry Ramble mini-series. All three routes shared common roads, so I had them start at the same time of the day. Earlier in the week, the temperatures had been hovering in the upper 90s, which can make for challenging conditions. Fortunately, a cool
On June the 1st we had our first 400K of the season. It is called the Double Loop 400 because it is a big figure-8, covering 400km (250 miles) of terrain. Three of us rode, including myself, Dan Tuchyner from the Salt Lake area and Bob Owen from Saint George. We started in rather cold