FeedZone Info

2017 Telluride 100 Mountain Bike Race Aid Stations

We highly recommend that you plan your race strategy to not rely on the aid stations. The best plan is to bring a crew member or two with you to cheer you on and get you the hydration & food that you are used to.

That said, we will have the following aid stations just in case you need them.

A) Million Dollar Hwy (US 550) & 679 (Ophir Pass Rd)

Loop 1 – 17 miles (approx)

GPS – 37.847445, -107.724740

What is available?: Water

B) On road 63L where Vance Junction meets Galloping Goose Trail.

Loop 1 – 34 miles (approx)

Loop 2 – 21.5 miles (approx) 62 miles (approx) into the total race.

GPS – 37.921675, -107.899718

What is available?: Gels, Waffles (Honey Stinger) Water & Sports Drink (SKRATCH LABS) and Cocacola.

NOTE: This is also the cut-off point on Loop 2 at 2:30PM.

C) Start/Finish Line at Gondola Plaza (San Juan Ave. & Oak St.)

End of Loop 1 – 41 miles

GPS - 37.935804, -107.813750

What is available?: Gels, Waffles (Honey Stinger) Water & Sports Drink (SKRATCH LABS) abd Cocacola

D) CO 145 & 58P Sawpit

Loop 2 – 30 miles

GPS – 37.994655, -108.000236

What is available?: Water & Sports Drink (SKRATCH LABS)

E) Top of Last Dollar Pass

Loop 2 – 42 miles

GPS – 38.004661, -107.947864

What is available?: Gels, Waffles (Honey Stinger) Water & Sports Drink (SKRATCH LABS)

Bag Drop

If you do not have a support team you can leave a bag at the start/finish area before the race start.

We will also deliver a small bag for each racer to feed zone B.

Other spots where my support team can meet me for a feed?

There are lots of spots along the course including the neutral feed zones listed above. Here are two suggestions for other places:

1) Loop 1

Ophir Rd and CO145.

GPS – 37.861985, -107.869990

2) Loop 2

At the beginning of the Prospect Trail which is near the St. Sophia Gondola Station. Your team could feed you at the start/finish and then ride the Gondola (It’s Free!) up to the top and feed you again on before the Prospect Trail section of the course.

GPS – 37.927573, -107.833262