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Old 08-03-10, 06:50 PM   #1
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7-Day Tour of Southern Utah - September 5 to 11

Ride 60 to 100 miles per day, from point to point in breathtaking Southern Utah. Starting in St. George, you'll ride to Carmel Junction (via Zion National Park), Bryce National Park, Escalante, Torrey, Panguitch, Cedar City and back to St. George. Each route is a
challenging adventure with awe-inspiring scenery. Over 500 miles with about 30,000 feet of climbing!

You'll ride nearly the entire Hoodoo 500 race route, but in 7 leisurely days instead of 48 grueling hours!

Entry fee of $1,445 includes: Seven unforgettable days of cycling, eight nights hotel accommodations (double occupancy, breakfast sometimes included), support vehicle providing snacks and lunch along the route, a roomy gear bag (35 lb. limit) to pack all your stuff in and a great goodie bag. Riders preferring a single room may pay an additional $250.

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There's also one more position for a ride half, work half, pay half.
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