The roads are classic deep south from smooth to very rough; from narrow with no center line to highways with rattle traps. Be careful. The Gran Fondo course includes River Road and St. Stephens Road, some of the oldest roads from the Mississippi Territory days. Both roads were constructed between 1812 and 1816. See links of the Home page for details on the two roads.
This is not a Gravel Event, not this year and not by design. Be careful, there may be gravel and sand in the corners and locations under construction.
The Start/Finish is located on Broad Street in front of the Lawrence County Courthouse. Designated Parking is behind the Courthouse next to the Pearl River. All parking in Monticello is free.
Lawrence County Fire and EMT will provide Corner Marshals. The Bike Crossing will provide a rolling Neutral Support vehicle. Skin Sake will provide a Broom Wagon vehicle.
Please notify a Corner Marshal, Motorcycle Official, Neutral Support or dial 911. Please see the Safety Information on the Home page.
Saturday March 9th at 9:00am. See the Schedule of Events or Home Pages.
Yes, Red Bluff has cut off times for the Gran Fondo and Metric Century due to Sunset of 6:04PM. Please see Schedule of Events Page.
Please see the Rest Stops tab on the Home Page.
Please see the Schedule of Events tab on the Home Page.
Yes, please see Registration on the Home Page.
From the Home Page, click the USA Cycling Logo and use the RedBluffBASIC code to sign-up.
Please visit the Volunteer tab on the Home Page. Great question, thank you!
The Atwood Park has public showers. Atwood is located approximately 1.5 miles east on Broad Street from the Courthouse. See the RideGPS Maps.
You will have the option to take a short detour from the Gran Fondo and Metric Century Courses to see the Red Bluff Scenic Overlook. See the RideGPS Maps.
The organizers have used their best efforts to be accurate and the estimates are based on the RidewithGPS software.