Since the first TransRockies in 2002, the route has been largely transformed to eliminate road and unrideable sections. Every stage will put a smile on your face, and give you more spectacular single track than ever before. Tough? You bet it’s tough. It’s definitely challenging, but with our best-in-class participant support on and off the trail, we’ll give you everything you need to keep those pedals turning, and by the end of the week, you might just be one of many who are ready to turn right around and ride back to Fernie!
Includes: In addition to spectacular riding, unparalleled organization and a well marked course, your entry includes stocked checkpoints, medical support, daily slideshows, 3 nights tent camping post stages 4, 5 and 6 (No accommodations provided in Fernie or post stage 7), luggage transfers and a TRC Louis Garneau bike jersey (Retail $90), and final banquet dinner. Transfers, accommodation information and more HERE.
Minimum Deposit on Registration $500 per person, balance due May 1st, 2013.
2013 Dates and Registration: SOLO or TEAMS of TWO
ONLINE REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. WE WILL BE ACCEPTING ONSITE REGISTRATION.
July 27th – August 2nd, 2013
Pricing (Per Person):
$1499 – Feb 1st – Race Day
Transfers: Click HERE.
Supporter Vehicle Pass:
$79 + GST (per vehicle)
Supporters in the camps can expect access to the following amenities, all included in the Camping Pass:
- Guaranteed site access and parking for one vehicle
- Tent or RV space
- Access to toilets
- Access to showers (off-peak times)
- Access to garbage disposal
- Admission to daily ceremonies
- Printed stage-to-stage driving directions for the entire week
- Vehicle identification decal
TR7 $ 350 + GST (per person) / includes finishers banquet
TR3 $ 149 + GST (per person) / does not include finishers banuet
TR4 $199 + GST (per person) / includes finishers banquet
$50 + GST ($30 for kids ages 4-10, free for ages 0-3) (per person).
Event Schedule: HERE.
*All routes are subject to change at any time to allow for quality control, safety of the riders and wildlife.
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Stage 1 TR7 – Fernie to Fernie (Mass Start)
A traditional downtown start and finish without the traditional time trial. This year we will kick things off with a mass start and send you off to ride a 33km route with 1600 metres of elevation gain. Some of the trails include Upper Uprooted, Hyperventilation, Hyperextension, Roots Extention, Eric’s Trail, Splitting Bears, Ecoterrorist and Lower Southern Comfort.
Stage 2 TR7 – Fernie to Fernie
Day two will begin with another downtown start and tackle the Porky Blue Loop. Today you will cover 44.5km and 1700 metres of elevation gain on the Porky Blue and the Coal Discovery Trails.
Stage 3 TR7 – Fernie Alpine Resort to Fernie Alpine Resort
Day three will see us move up to Fernie Alpine Resort for our start and finish. The route will travel 30.5km with 1600 metres of elevation gain. Trails include: Cedar Trail, Verboten, Lizard Lake Trail, Project Nine, Island Lake Road, Motorhead, Hedonism, Gorby Road, Boom, Megasaurus and Rumplestumpskin.
Start time will be 12:00 noon on Main Street in Blairmore. This stage will travel 32km with 1200 metres of elevation gain.
Stage 5 TR7 – Blairmore to Blairmore (Crowsnest Pass)
This stage will also take place in Crowsnest Pass and cover 52km with an elevation gain of 1800 metres.
Stage 6 TR7 – Pine Grove A Group Camp to Rafter Six Ranch
The morning of August 1st we will transfer 3.5 hours from Crowsnest Pass to Pine Grove A Group Camp in Kananaskis Country for a noon start. Stage six will travel 48km with 1500 metres of elevation gain from Pine Grove to the finish and camp at Rafter Six Ranch and includes Cox Hill, Jumpingpound Ridge, Lusk Pass, and Stoney Trail.
Stage 7 TR7 – Deadman’s Flats to Canmore, AB
Awake for your final day and we’ll transfer from Rafter Six to Deadman’s Flats (20 minutes). You will ride 37km with 1000 metres of elevation gain along the Quebexican trail into Canmore, ride a loop at the Canmore Nordic Centre and head down to the finish line on Main Street Canmore.
All of our routing has been recorded by GPS and thoroughly checked before the race, but mother nature sometimes has little surprises that mean last minute course changes. Don’t be surprised if there are small changes to the routing or stats before race day. Please note that all information is subject to change. Elevation gain/loss data collected by GPS can be highly inaccurate and varied depending on how it is measured and the equipment used. Our elevation data should approximate the measurements obtained by a portable GPS unit. TransRockies Events does not endorse riding all routes outside of the event. Some trails may not normally be open for riding or may be unrideable at certain times of year. Please obey all signs and respect current trail conditions.