|April 23, 2010|
|Sierra Vista, Arizona [large map] 31.5545, -110.304|
The Arizona Trail Race is an unofficial challenge that takes place every spring on the cross state Arizona Trail. Two distances are available. The Arizona Trail 300 is a 300 mile event that has been held since 2006. The Arizona Trail Race is the complete traversal (Mexico→Canada over 750+ miles) and is being offered for the first time in 2010. Both events are run concurrently, starting on the same day.
This is not an organized or sanctioned event in any way. It’s simply a group of friends out to ride their bikes on the same route at the same time. We’ll probably compare times afterwards, but more importantly, we’ll compare experiences — the highs and lows the trail and mountains offered us.
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