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AntiEpic 50

2014 Ride Communication

Ride Waiver – You must PRINT, SIGN, and BRING to check-in

What is the AntiEpic 50?

The AntiEpic 50 is a free, unsupported gravel bike ride. You can ride whatever bike you’d like – gravel-specific, mountain bike, or road. Go fast, go social, go however you’d like. Just realize that you are completely responsible for yourself. It’s early April, so please expect wind, cold temperatures, and possibly snow and mud. This is a self supported route that we only provide the information for you to know what others will be doing. We do not charge a dime and are not liable for anything you do.

We will be suggesting that riders make a donation to a organization that we dedicate for the ride.

Details/Location

Date:               Saturday, April 5, 2014

Time:              10:00am-11:30am Check-in

                               12:00pm  – Ride start

          4:00pm – ? Post-ride “ceremony” and gathering at Pikes Peak Brewing Co . Bite Me Gourmet Sausage will be on site for food!

Start/Finish:    Pikes Peak Brewing Co – 1756 Lake Woodmoor Dr, Monument, CO 80132. Phone: 719.208.4098.  info@pikespeakbrewing.com

Course

Distance: 52.5 miles

Elevation Gain: 2,500 Feet

Estimated Time: 3-6 hours for most riders.

Course Map, Cues, and Elevation Summary

Riders will also be provided with course cues on ride day. There are NO course markings. You should be prepared and know the course.

Results and Pictures

Results:          2014

Pictures:        2014

The AntiEpic 50 and AntiEpic 160 are featured on Race Vista. This will feature a real time album of all the pictures tagged #AntiEpicRV in Instagram.

If you take any pictures and you’re on Instagram, tag it #AntiEpicRV and it will show on the featured race page.

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2 Responses to AntiEpic 50

  1. Matt Adamiak April 8, 2014 at 9:07 am #

    Thanks for all the hard work. This was truly the best ride I have done yet. Keep up the good work.

    • RG April 8, 2014 at 9:10 am #

      No problem Matt, thanks for coming out and riding. Good to hear that people are enjoying it.

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