Common Questions

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• Is my registration refundable?

Transfers? Yes. Refunds? No. We understand life happens. Should you register and be unable to attend, your paid registration is 100% transferable to a different person or future event.

• Why a limit on Monday’s ride through Arches National Park?

Arches National Park limits our entrance permit to a maximum of 400 cyclists for this event. Other days are not limited so come on out and ride!

• Is this a race?

This is a tour and all cycling levels are welcome and encouraged.

Most days have a mass start but you may ride at any time; stay in control of your bike at all times. Be aware others are on the route and may be riding at different speeds than you. Please be kind.

Hours of SAG vehicle and aid station support is posted for each ride and available for all abilities.

Several teams have chosen our March event as ideal early season training to get in base miles.

• How easy is it to call a SAG?

Route support vehicles are plentiful and are here to assist you in getting up that next hill so that your cycling experience is most enjoyable. You can Call-A-Sag, stop at any AID station, pull over on the road and we'll find you, or Call-A-SAG to 303-359-8088.

• How long are the rides?

Each of the rides are fully described within each event, route descriptions can be found for each event on the following pages:

Skinny Tire Festival

Moab Century Tour

• Do I need to register early?

Yes, because we limit number of riders to ensure quality cycling experience, both for the Moab Century Tour and The Skinny Tire Festival. We encourage you to sign up early to ensure your spot.

We update all event information including how close we are to closing an event in our eNewsletters;

• Is there camping and lodging nearby?

Archway Inn Hotel is the host hotel and holds rooms under the Skinny Tire or Moab Century Tour name. Other hotels and several campgrounds are located nearby. Click here for a full list.

• What are Moab’s roads like?

Even though they are chipped sealed, they are smooth. Always wise to bring an extra tube and to be careful where you lay your bike. We always have our portable bike racks to set your bike on.

• Where are there good places to eat?

We have variety of food from $5 a meal to fine dining. For a complete list of restaurants, click here.

• Can I fly into Moab?

Yes! For a complete list of airlines, click here. Addtionally, a major airport is just 90 minutes away in Grand Junction, Colorado.

• Moab’s Weather - What should I expect in March? September?

Be prepared anything is possible. March: Typically temperatures are low 40’s to low 60’s. But the sun is (usually) always shining! September: Typically temperatures are low 60's to mid -80's.

• I want to ride with my friends, are there any deals?

Yes, if four people register at the same time, one person can ride for free or all four can share a 25% discount off registration. Easy way to do this is to email and she'll give you the details.

• Can I leave my jacket or gear inside the SAG vehicles or AID stations?

No, I"m sorry, we ask that you keep your items with you. Our SAG vehicles can be out all day and we've had more than one disappointed cyclist wondering where their jacket is at the end of the day.