AID Stations & Feedzones

The Mt Lemmon Gravel Grinder Aid Stations are proudly sponsored and operated by Sabino Cycles, Tucson Endurance Performance Center, Tolero Racing, and Sonoran Desert Mountain Bicyclists. 

Aid Stations are approximately 12-15 miles apart over the Mt Lemmon Gravel Grinder Course.  Aid stations will be fully stocked with pre-packaged nutritious food, water, and Skratch Labs hydration drinks to keep you going, and manned by enthusiastic volunteers! More specific details will be announced and available regarding the locations, staging, and proper use of AID Stations in the coming weeks. 

Feed Zones will be available for Support Crews to stage at designated locations within proximity of Aid Stations.  Due to COVID-19 riders will be allowed to utilize support crews to receive food and water.  Given the remote and rugged nature of the course, it will be imperative that we keep this area free from congestion.  Not only to maintain the integrity of the Mt Lemmon Gravel Grinder but especially for rider and event staff safety. More specific details will be announced and available regarding the locations, staging, and proper use of Support Crews in the coming weeks. 

Leave No Trace Wilderness Ethics will be adhered to at all times.  

Trash must be discarded in the appropriate receptacles at the Start/Finish area, Aid Stations, and Feed Zones along the course.  Your pockets and personal packs are also a great place to store this environmentally, wildlife damaging and unsightly garbage.  Anyone caught littering during the event will be asked to leave the course and results will show a DNF “Did Not Finish” and NWB “Not Welcome Back”  

Public Urination is prohibited. There will be porta-potties at the Start/Finish area and at Aid Stations throughout the course.  Please try to use only these areas for “nature breaks” and if you are unable to make it to one of these locations, please be discrete and use LNT wilderness ethics.    

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