Considering 24hr Starvation Ridge

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Considering 24hr Starvation Ridge

Postby knotcher » Wed Aug 30, 2017 6:18 pm

Don't know much. Group of roadracers, 2 of us finished half of the Idaho City 100 this year.

How do we register?
Do we ride one bike?
Prepped XR650R with precision concepts suspension ok?

I've looked around and can't find much detail.

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Re: Considering 24hr Starvation Ridge

Postby dlharte » Wed Aug 30, 2017 7:18 pm

You can have up to 6 riders and 6 bikes per team.

OTBG usually starts a thread here with information but you can also contact them directly at.
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Re: Considering 24hr Starvation Ridge

Postby LC4CARL » Thu Aug 31, 2017 5:23 pm

Do eet!

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Re: Considering 24hr Starvation Ridge

Postby scoott » Sun Sep 03, 2017 1:54 pm

the 24hrs of Starvaion Ridge is a team and Ironperson (solo) event. Teams can be 2 to 6 riders, each rider can ride their own bike or share. No extra bikes. Ironperson is one bike/1 rider.
pre-entry with free t-shirts ens Sept.15.$350 per team, $90Ironperson.

Pre-entries received after 9/15 to October 1 are same price, no free T-shirts.

Entries after October 1 are considered post-entry. Teams are $450, Ironperson is $120.

Early entries get first shot at assigned pit location and available numbers.

Race starts at 10am Saturday, October 14th, and the checkered flag comes out 24 hrs later.

Scoring is via a transponder in a belt or bare transponder to go in a backpack. The transponder must be horizontal and located away from any metal to work properley. Transponder must be exchanged in the pits with each rider change.

Course will be approximately 20 miles in length, consisting of 3 loops, each loop marked in different color ribbon.

Course consists of a variety of terrain. Big fields of BIG rocks, narrow trail,30' wide disced paths, ponds, ( some dry, most not dry. We will go though the farmhouse, barn, fields of smaller rocks, and sections of rocks. There will be ditches to go down through, and some to cross.

Pre-entry form, rules, and info at

Scroll down on right side for entry/ info.

If in doubt, email or call Scott or Debbie. Phone #'s on the website.

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