Starting in Big Sky’s Town Center, riders will do a counter-clockwise loop through public and private land. The race course offers jaw-dropping views of Lone Peak and riders will pedal some of the area’s most exhilarating (and challenging) pieces of single-track, double-track, gravel roads and the occasional paved segment.
It’s a Biggie. The 50 Mile course boasts just over 8,000 feet of climbing. But you won’t mind when you’re descending some of the most well-crafted flow trails in Southwest Montana.
The 30 Mile course isn’t anything to laugh at either, with just under 6,000 feet of climbing and some additional mileage (it’s really 32 miles). But who’s counting?
Not so keen on the distance? Join us for the Short Track event on Sunday – a spectator and family-friendly event right in Town Center.
THE BIGGIE WOULD NOT BE POSSIBLE WITHOUT THE GENEROSITY AND COOPERATION FROM THESE PARTNERS.
THE PURPOSE BEHIND THE BIGGIE
Our primary goal is to encourage riders (of all levels) to get out on the trail and have a successful day. How a rider measures that success is going to vary; whether it’s to place on the podium in their category, just finish the distance with enough steam to celebrate, or somewhere in between.
Our secondary goal is to raise funds that will go back to our local trails for protection, maintenance and growth – after covering our expenses, of course. Proceeds will be donated to the Big Sky Community Organization, our primary partner and trails steward.