The Utah-Cache Gran Fondo is a qualifier event for both the UCI Gran Fondo World Series and the Gran Fondo National Series. The 11th year event is one of the largest gran fondo events in the US and is held in Logan, Utah (USA), on a beautiful 76-mile (122 KM) course which will lead riders through the Cache Valley towards Idaho to finish back in Logan.
The Utah-Cache Gran Fondo is an annual Italian-style ride and Cache Gran Fondo occurs on the 2nd Saturday of July, offering racers and recreational riders their choice of either a 38, 53, 76 or 104 mile route. As one of the fastest-growing and largest rides in Utah, our focus has always been to create a fun, rewarding and challenging event. Our riders enjoy well-stocked support stations, chances to win great prizes, enjoy a great breakfast and lunch, receive big-custom finisher medals, and have a fun day riding with 1500+ other inspiring cyclists. Race teams, corporate teams, families & neighborhood groups, couples and individuals all converge in Cache Valley for this big, fun, ride.
Every year we also offer a limited-edition cycling jersey for only $40.
Light breakfast and rider lunch, rider gift (socks or t-shirt), finisher medal, over $8000 in awards and prizes, fully stocked support stations, jersey offered at low cost (only $40 with registration).
UCI Category winners receive a special edition UCI medal, and 1st places receive a UCI jersey. Prizes awarded in each category to 5th place. 20% fastest riders in each category qualify to compete in the UCI Gran Fondo World Championships in Trento, Italy in September 2020.
Gran Fondo National Series qualifiers receive an invite to the USACycing Gran Fondo National Championship in Asheville, NC in late July 2022.
Packets can be picked up in Salt Lake City on Thursday July 7th, in Logan on Friday July 8th, and for special cases on Saturday morning at the start line.
Categories will be listed on the website. Prizes awarded for both race results and additional prizes randomly given across the event. Check website for more detail closer to the event for updates.