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Grand Canyon 600k Brevet

This 600k brevet is composed of two loops in the shape of a figure 8. It starts in Flagstaff and goes to the Grand Canyon which is the most northern point. The second … Continue reading…

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Tombstone 600k Brevet

For the rider that won’t quit, a town too tough to die. This route travels out and back between Casa Grande and Tombstone. Everything you need to know about this ride … Continue reading…

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More of the Mother Road, Route 66 400k Brevet

The route is out and back from Chino Valley (north of Prescott) to Hackberry (east of Kingman). After Ash Fork, the route joins I-40 for 5.2 miles. Then the route … Continue reading…

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Arivaca 400k Brevet

This route is out and back between Casa Grande and Arivaca. The farthest end of the route is a loop formed by the towns of Sahuarita, Green Valley, Arivaca and … Continue reading…

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The Mother Road, Route 66 300k Brevet

Route is out and back from Chino Valley (north of Prescott) to Peach Springs. After Ash Fork, the route joins I-40 for 5.2 miles out and back. The route travels … Continue reading…

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Mines to Pines 300k Brevet

Mines to Pines covers a range of climates and offers diverse scenery on good roads. Much of the route travels on SR 188 along the length of Roosevelt Lake.  The … Continue reading…

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Saguaro National Park 300k Brevet

Starting in Casa Grande, the route passes through the cotton fields of Coolidge before heading south on SR 79 (Pinal Parkway) which is designated as a scenic highway. Just before … Continue reading…

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Dining at the Roadkill Cafe 200k Brevet

This route is out and back from Chino Valley (north of Prescott) to Seligman and back. The route joins I-40 for 5.2 miles out and back. Turnaround is the Roadkill … Continue reading…

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Mt Lemmon 200k Brevet

This route travels from Marana (east of I-10), through the urban jungle of Tucson and up Mt Lemmon on Catalana Highway. Turn around is at the top of Mt Lemmon … Continue reading…

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Globe-Show Low-Globe 200k

One weekend – two 200 brevets. Each brevet is one way (point to point route) between Globe and Show Low. This route is typical Arizona: very remote, very picturesque. This … Continue reading…

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