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Special Statement

Hammer Road Rally remains on course!

Amid the current situation as it relates to the spread of COVID-19, Hammer Road Rally remains on-course. We will continue to monitor and adhere to all authoritative mandates issued by the CDC and local health officials. Your health and safety is our number one priority. However at the time of this writing on March 18th, the event is scheduled outside of the boundaries mandating social distancing.

Please make sure to sign up to our newsletter below to stay tuned in to any changes related to the event. Should we be required to reschedule, your registration will still be good for the new date.

October 17, 2020

Registration opens January 12th at 8:00am PST.

Mind-altering mixed terrain groad race with high altitude gravel.


Hammer Road Rally is a ride with options for most ability levels. The largest route, the Hammer, is an epic ride with one particular climb you'll never forget. Click here to learn more about our routes. Everything begins and ends at Shaver Lake.

The Hammer adopts Bike Monkey's "road rally" format of scoring by restricting official competition on specific timed segments. It means you get to hammer when you want to, and then regroup and ride with your friends.

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The Routes

Easyish

FREE! Not Timed.

27.5mi + 2,885'

NO TIMED SEGMENTS

Optionally shortened to 20mi and 2,100', this is the idyllic 20-27 mile bike ride. You'll share your return to the festival with others finishing the longer routes.

This routes features smooth, paved roads.

Medium

Not Timed.

34mi + 3,383'

NO TIMED SEGMENTS

This route features perfect road grades and enough challenge to keep you happy even if you're a very strong cyclist looking for an easier day.

Features several miles of mixed, chunky road and gravel descending.

Hard

TWO TIMED SEGMENTS!

53mi + 5,897'

SEGMENT 1
SEGMENT 2

STRENUOUS 53 MILE RIDE
With nearly 6,000' of elevation gain, Riders will take on a major 2,000' paved climb as they make their way from the town of Big Creek to Huntington Lake.

Features several miles of mixed, chunky road and gravel descending.

Hammer

TWO TIMED SEGMENTS!

85mi + 9,175'

SEGMENT 1
SEGMENT 2
SEGMENT 3

THE REAL DEAL
The Hammer features an absolutely massive 15 mile long gravel climb from Stump Springs Road to Kaiser Pass at 9,196' above sea level.

Features nearly 30 miles of legit gravel.

Here's a route narrative by Tyler Pierce.

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