Welcome to the Hoodoo 500 bicycle race! Undoubtedly the best 500-mile race in the U.S., the Hoodoo 500 route passes through or around three National Parks, three National Monuments and several Utah State Parks. The scenery varies from majestic cliffs and striking red rock hoodoos to aspen and pine forests and high mountain meadows.
519 miles with about 30,000 feet of climbing.
Solo, Tandem and Relay Team Divisions offered.
48-hour time limit.
The Official Route of the Hoodoo 500 is posted on the website. Generally speaking, however, the race follows a course starting in St. George, and traveling through Hurricane, Colorado City, Kanab, Carmel Junction, Bryce, Tropic, Escalante, Boulder, Torrey, Panguitch, Cedar City and back to St. George. It's a loop course on wonderful, well-maintained, quiet roads with little traffic and breath-taking scenery..
For more details, race rules and lots of other important information, please visit our website at http://www.Hoodoo500.com