Haute Route

Haute Route Utah 2018

September 14 - September 16 2018
Cedar City, Utah, USA
The Haute Route comes to Cedar City for the first time in September 2018. Riders will experience majestic Utah landscapes including breathtaking red rock formations, colorful desert sandstone, stands of Aspens, lava flows and a high alpine environment, all while reaching elevations exceeding 10,000 feet.
 
The route will be as challenging as it is beautiful with climbs rivaling those famed in Europe for their difficulty, some taking in over 5,000 feet of elevation from bottom to top with sustained gradients over 10%. Full compact gearing is strongly recommended as are 28mm tires in order to smooth out sections of gravel that will be encountered.
 
Cedar City, known as “Festival City USA” for its variety and frequency of festivals, also enjoys incredibly close proximity to many of Utah’s most iconic national monuments and parks including Cedar Breaks National Monument, Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park.
 
The closest international airports are Las Vegas, Nevada (LAS) and Salt Lake City (SLC). Regional airports include Saint George, Utah (SGU) and Cedar City (CDC).
 
Like all Haute Route events, you will benefit from full mechanical assistance, daily stage briefing, feed stations and dedicated safety motorbikes fleet.
 
Off the bike, daily massages, lunches in iconic location is provided – all hallmarks of the comprehensive event support experienced by riders in the European Haute Route series since 2011.
 
Ride like a pro in Cedar City and get access to the most authentic professional cycling experience available both on and off the bike!
 
Haute Route Utah 2018
 
Routes: 185 miles, 3 days
Difficulty of Greatest Route: D - Difficult terrain with longer, steeper hills
Time Zone: Eastern Standard Time (EST)
 
Costs

First 100: USD 825
101-250: USD 875
From 251: USD 925

What's Included?

Mavic mecanical support
Medical assistance
Security on roads
Live timing system
Feed stations
Secure bike park
Bike wash area
Showers and massages
Hot lunches
Daily ranking and awards
Safety briefing
Drinks party
Luggage transfers
Videos produced daily
Professionnal photos
Closing party

Facilities
Adequate Car Parking
Toilets / Changing Rooms
 
Support for Participants
Route Signposted
First Aid
Emergency Contact No
Marshalls
Escort / Police Escort
Controlled Intersections
Roving Mechanical Support
Mechanical Support at Rest Stops
 
Features
Electronic Start/Finish Timing
Electronic Start/Finish Hill Timing
Category / Race Prizes
Finishing Medals
Results Within 24 Hours
Photos
Personalised Bib (Name and QR Code)
Downloadable GPS files
Post Ride Shower
Fundraising
 
Nutrition
Feed / Aid Stations
Post Event Meal(s) Provided As Part of Entry
 
Number of Timed Hill Climbs
Four Hill Climbs
 
Event Size
Less Than 500 Riders
 
 
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