Southern Inyo Double by Moonlight

“No Whimps or Whiners”

We ride, rain, shine, sleet, snow, wind, and hot blowing sand. If roads are open “We Ride”

No refunds, No roll overs, no rider or ride exchanges.

All riders must have face and eye protection incase we experience blowing sand.

Southern Inyo Double By Moonlight. Friday July 27, 2018                           Total lunar eclipse at 10:20 pm
199 miles 8,100’gain

We have a double  metric non California Triple Crown option

Your invited to join us for a once in a life time experience. A full lunar eclipse on the Southern Inyo Double course. The 2018 Southern Inyo Double by Moonlight is a unique cycling adventure that will give you memories you will cherish forever

The ride starts in Lone Pine, Ca at the Comfort Inn. Roll out will be at 4:00 pm with early starts available for those interested. The course will be an entirely different experience than the spring ride. Expect start temperatures in the 90’s with temps dropping into the 60’s in the wee morning hours. Expect visuals that will be unlike any you have previously experienced on night rides

The Southern Inyo by Moonlight DC course is like the Death Valley by Moonlight experiance I promoted in the 1990’s. The July full moon will allow you 100 miles or more of night vision. You will see the vibrant Sierra, Inyo, and Coso ranges as clear as day.

The Owens Lake will come alive with visual reflections of the 10,000′ to 14,000′ peaks of the surrounding mountain ranges.

The full lunar eclipse experience is scheduled for 10:20 Friday evening. That is 6 hours and 20 minutes into the ride.  You will be in one of the few “Best Places” in California, possibly the world to view this event.

All riders must have legal lighting systems on their bikes with enough battery power to go the distance.

Start/Finish:
Comfort Inn (760) 876-8700
Lone Pine, California

Check In at Comfort Inn
Friday 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm at Comfort Inn

Rest Stops. Our rest stops will feature Hammer Products. We will also have some snacks and fruit. If this does not meet your nutritional needs you need to supply your own essential calories.

The course closes when last rider finishes.

We are not doing bag drops.

You will return to the start/finish at mile 123 and again at mile 145.

Double Century riders will pass the start/finish area twice. Parking at the start/finish will give you a safe place to store your needs

All riders must be able to perform all their own roadside repairs with a good attitude. Our support vehicles do not have mechanics or repair tools

Private SAG Private SAG vehicles are allowed, leap frog support only, no direct follow or vehicle to rider handoffs. All private sag members must sign a waiver and offer the same quality support that you are getting to other riders riding in yor vacinity.

Places to stay.

The Comfort Inn is the start/finish location and located two miles south of Lone Pine at the Junction of State Routes 395 and 136. Comfort Inn (760) 876-8700 There is a large lot on the north side of the Comfort Inn. This is the parking area for the event. It is ok to car and RV camp there. The Comfort Inn is located one mile south of Lone Pine at the junction of Hwy 395 and State Hwy 136 across from Lee’s Chevron.

If the Comfort Inn is full the closest motel to the Start/finish is the Best Western. The Best Western is one mile north of the start/finish and the other listed motels are two miles north of the start/finish.

Best Western. (760) 876-5571

Dow Villa. (760) 876-5521

Trails Motel. (800) 862-7020

Budget Inn. (760) 876-5655

Portal Motel. (760) 876-5930

California Vehicle Code
All riders must comply with the California Vehicle Code. All riders must have and use legal lighting systems during hours of twilight and dark