PLEASE USE CUE SHEETS to navigate routes. Maps and GPS files are for basic reference but may have
minor inconsistencies. In true Randonnee style - please use your cue sheet.
If you intend to only use a GPS to navigate the route, please at least take the time to read through the cue sheet pre-ride as it also contains important cautionary information as well as useful route divergence information.
D2R2 now has an OFFICIAL Ride With GPS page: https://ridewithgps.com/events/77755-d2r2-2019
General questions about how to import GPX files to your GPS unit? https://ridewithgps.com/help/category/gps-devices/
We have limited 2021 to just three routes, the 180K, the 100K and a new 160K.
Every route is beautifully scenic and include significant climbing and descending, with its physical and technical challenge.
If you haven’t ridden similar terrain we recommend starting with our shorter routes and coming back for more in subsequent years.
There are bailout options from each checkpoint, but they may still be challenging routes home.
The original, the legend, the ride that started it all. The 180K is harder than anything most riders have ever experienced. Famous 100-mile trail
races have faster times than our 180K. At the same time, people have described it as a journey so wonderful that they wished it indeed would
never end. A grand tour of Franklin County's secret back roads. Bring the low gear you need to climb a 20 percent grade with 100 miles in your
legs, and plan on a full day.
Cue Sheet | FIT | RideWithGPS | 160K MAP | GPX
The 100K came about the very first year when RUSA administrator Don Podolski surveyed the 180K and politely suggested that a "junior" course would
be a good idea. Indeed, half the riders took the short course that first year, and the 100K has been a staple ever since. The ride takes about
as long as 100 miles on the road, and thus only here does it somehow get thought of as "the short course!"
Cue Sheet | FIT | RideWithGPS | Optional Loop #1 | 100K MAP | GPX