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Southern Inyo Double-Double and Double Century
Saturday March 7, 2020 – Johannesburg Loop
For Double -Double credit both must be ridden on the same weekend. No straight through riding.
Ridgecrest / Econo Lodge
Room Rates $75.00 Single – $85.oo double
Reservations 760 446-2554
Friday Check in: 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Saturday Check in 4:30 am – 5:00 am
Last start 5:10 am
Sunday Check in 4:00 am – 5:00 am
Last start 5:10 am
Double – Double riders must finish by midnight both days for Double-Double CTC credit.
Double Century $100.00
Double – Double Century $200.00
Registration closes and must be paid for by February 28, 2020
The low motel rates make for an affordable weekend, just a few hours from most of Southern California, Southern Nevada, and Bakersfield. The airport at Inyo Kern is 8.5 miles from the start finish. Commercial flights–Los Angeles, Ontario, and Las Vegas can serve you well. We have a local bike shop that bikes and such can be shipped to. TJ Frisbee in Ridgecrest 760 375-4202
The Southern Inyo Double & Double-Double is March 7, 2020 – March 8, 2020.
201 West Inyo Kern Road
$75.00 single $85.00 Double is our group price. The EconoLodge is an extremely nice facility located in a nice area adjacent to the main entrance to the China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station. There is a Pizza Factory and Espresso Parlor in short walking distance. Free parking for non registered guests.
The course opens at 04:00 (last start 05:00) Saturday March 7, 2020 and closes at 23:59 Saturday March 7, 2020
The course reopens at 05:00 (last start 05:30)Sunday March 8, 2020 and closes at 23:59 Sunday
Early starts will be allowed for slower riders that have a personal support vehicle. The rest stop opening/closing times are based on a 04:00 Saturday and 05:00 Sunday start time with 20mph opening and 10 mph closing times. All early starts must submit strava data, no exceptions.
The Southern Inyo Double/Double is an Ultra Endurance Cycling Challenge. It MUST be ridden as two double century rides with a full nights sleep in between.
Personal Support Vehicles
All personal support vehicles must register with us and agree to provide support to riders in the area your rider is riding. Leap Frog off shoulder support only. No direct follow, no vehicular hand-off’s. All riders and support vehicles must remember this is an endurance challenge, not a race.
Personal Support Vehicles are allowed but must register at check in.
SAG-Vehicles: All SAG Vehicles & All Personal Support Vehicles must register with us. You must provide the vehicle, proof of insurance, sign a liability release.
Leap Frog support only. Direct follow and vehicle handoffs are not allowed. All riders, crews, and event staff must comply with the California Vehicle Code and any related rules imposed by the event organizer or the California Department of Transportation. Failure to comply will result in DNF or DQ, or no volunteer credit, and/or a citation from law enforcement.
Weather Conditions Our new courses and venue avoids the big wind and sand blowing areas of past years.
Weather must be considered as you plan and prepare for SIDD. Desert weather can vary and be sporadic. Cold: expect in the low 40’s at sun rise, expect wind and be prepared to deal with blowing sand. It will cool down just before sunrise and rapidly warm up after sunrise. Daytime temps can reach into the 80’s. Please take weather planning serious.
Lights. All riders must have and use lights that are considered legal for night riding.
Aid Stations. Our Aid Stations will have water, mostly packaged snacks, fresh fruit, Baked Goods, Hammer and Spiz Products, Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwiches with soda’s. Adobo Velo is providing hot dinner at mile 200. It is important that endurance cyclists train and compete using the same nutritional fuels. We ask you provide and carry your essential calories and electrolytes.