July 13, 2019 • Markleeville, CA
Recognized as one of the premier endurance events on the west coast, the Death Ride — organized by the Alpine County Chamber of Commerce — has welcomed riders from around the globe for the past 39 years, providing them with a challenging, memorable ride along the scenic roads of the Sierra Nevada mountains.
The course takes riders on a 129-mile journey with 15,000’ of climbing over Monitor Pass on SR 89 (8,314’), Ebbetts Pass on SR 4 (8,730’) and Carson Pass on SR 88 (8,580’). Full highway closures on Hwy 89 Monitor Pass from 5am-noon and SR 4 Ebbetts Pass from 5am-3pm.
Along the way, riders are treated to fully stocked rest/water stops, SAG/tech support, radio communications, medical and law enforcement support.
Be sure to visit the many booths at the Death Ride where exhibitors provide giveaways, products and services ranging from tech support to souvenir items. Death Ride merchandise also available.
Learn more at deathride.com.