Presented by Skullcandy, the Annual Tour des Suds is a 7-mile mountain bike climb starting at City Park. Go hard and treat it like a legit mtb race (yes, there
Presented by Skullcandy, the Annual Tour des Suds is a 7-mile mountain bike climb starting at City Park. Go hard and treat it like a legit mtb race (yes, there are awards) or a crazy costume party on bikes. Either way, it’s 2,700′ of vert straight up to the finish line/Skullcandy Party Station at the top of Guardsman Pass. Festivities continue back at City Park with lunch and the “Suds” provided by, along killer opportunity drawing, costume contest and awards. The Tour des Suds is the zaniest mountain bike party in the west! Please note: E-bikes are not allowed.
RACE DAY SCHEDULE – Sunday, September 13, 2020:
– 8:30-9:30am / Number Plate Pickup and Day Of Registration at Park City, City Park Gazebo (1354 Park Ave, Park City, UT 84060)
– 10:00am / Race starts (Mass Start)
– 11:00am / Post-Race celebrations at City Park – bring your ID for the “Suds”
– 1:30pm / Awards
Only participants who register BEFORE September 1st are guaranteed a pair of official 2020 Tour des Suds socks!
Pre-registration closes at midnight on, September 9th – after that day-of pricing applies.
Day-of registrants do not get socks.
Kids 17 years and under get FREE entry, but must register so we can issue bibs and include them in
(Sunday) 10:00 am - 2:00 pm
Park City Downtown
450 Main St, Park City
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