RAMROD

Congratulations to all RAMROD 2014 riders and volunteers!
The 31st Edition of RAMROD featured a challenging 168-mile course with 10,000 ft of climbing on Skate Creek, Cayuse and FR70. Congratulations to all cyclists who took part in this year's event. Thank you to all of our terrific volunteers, the RCC RAMROD team and our partners at the Mt. Rainier National Park and communities throughout the course.
 

Rider photos will be available for review and ordering from Hovde Photos
 
 

RAMROD 2014 - Thursday July 31st
RAMROD [Ride Around Mount Rainier in One Day] is the Pacific Northwest's premiere one-day ultra-marathon cycling event. It combines the incomparable scenery of Mount Rainier National Park with a challenging course featuring 10,000 feet of climbing over 149 miles. The course begins in Enumclaw, WA and takes riders through the rolling hills near Eatonville, Elbe and Ashford before entering the Mount Rainier National Park. You'll be challenged by three climbs: a 12 mile ascent to Inspiration Point (4,850 ft), the 3 mile Backbone Ridge climb and the challenging 9-mile Cayuse Pass ascent (4,694 ft). Join us for another great edition of this classic ride!

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RAMROD By The Numbers

1 Mountain
168 Miles
800 Riders
10,000 Feet of Climbing