The coveted Furnace Creek 508 Bicycle Race is touted as the World’s Premier Ultramarathon Bicycle Race. It’s the also known as “The Toughest 48 hours in Sport.”
The 508-mile bicycle race is revered the world over for its epic mountain climbs, stark desert scenery, desolate roads, and its reputation as one of the toughest but most gratifying endurance challenges available, bar none.
It begins in Santa Clarita and ends at the finish line at the gateway to Joshua Tree National Park.
The course has a total elevation gain of over 35,000′, crosses ten mountain passes, and stretches from Santa Clarita (just north of Los Angeles), across the Mojave Desert, through Death Valley National Park and Mojave National Preserve, to the finish line at the gateway to Joshua Tree National Park, Twentynine Palms, CA.
The race is sponsored by AdventureCORPS
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