Tour des Suds


2014 Tour des Suds Race Results

Mother Nature must not be a mountain biker! Due to the weekend forecast of rain and cold temps we’re going to postpone the event to Sunday, October 5th. The same schedule for the day will apply.  Thanks to everyone for your understanding in trying to plan this – we realize that this may not work for some of you and have set up options:

  1. New event date works great, I have my costume ready and looking forward to the event on the 5th!
  2. I Can’t make the event, but would like to donate my entry fee to Mountain Trails, I still want my socks though.
  3. Can’t make the event and need a refund.

If option #2 or #3 is your preference, simply email Ginger

Presented by Skullcandy, Tour de Suds is a 7-mile mountain bike climb from City Park, to the top of Guardsman Pass with a 2,700′ elevation gain. Participants are urged to don ‘festive’ costumes and celebrate the beginning of the fall mountain bike season in a spirited manner!! Crazy costumes, crazy bikes is the concept!

Online registration will close at 5:00pm on 10/2/14.  After this, day- of pricing will apply.


  • $25 – Adult (18 & older) through 10/2/14 @ 5pm MST
  • $35 – Day-of

Kids (17& younger):

  • FREE - but they still need to register to receive a bib and results

The first 200 registered will receive custom Tour des Suds socks and lunch.
 After event/prizes, food and beverages will be available for all participants. The post race festivities will take place, on the Town Lift Deck, located on Lower Main Street. Prizes for best costumes will be awarded.  Awards will also be given to the overall top three finishers for both men/women.


Course & Distance:  A mass start from City Park to the top of Guardsman Pass. The distance is a 7-mile hill climb on single and double track trail, with a 2,700′ elevation gain.  From City Park we ride up Park Avenue turning left on Heber Ave then Right on Main Street and continue up Daly, by the water tank. Left at intersection uphill on Service Rd. (Ontario Bypass), turn right at next intersection and stay to the far right where the single track skirts the dirt pile, follow Ontario Bypass/Tour Des Suds signage to the Guard Rd.  Cross the Guard Rd and continue on Ontario Bypass/Tour Des Suds to intersection with Mid Mt Trail.  Turn right on Mid Mt and continue on it until you reach the Tour Des Suds intersection.  Go left on Tour Des Suds and continue up to the service rd.  Turn left on the service rd and continue to the next intersection.  Go left(short downhill) on service rd until it runs into the Team Big Bear single track where you will veer right.  Stay on Team Big Bear until the Flagstaff loop intersection.  Take the right most single track and follow it a short distance to a service rd.  Veer left onto single track once more.  Turn right at next intersection and continue uphill until it spits you out on a street.  Turn left(uphill) on the street and continue downhill, veering left in between boulders on gravel road to the finish.

Time & Place: Start is located in City Park Gazebo, 1354 Park Ave, Park City, UT 84060.

8:00am – 9:30am           Bib Pickup for pre-registered riders & day of registration
10:00am                           Race starts (Mass Start)
11:00am                            Post Race celebrations at Town Lift Plaza, lower Main Street
12:30pm                           Awards

Age Categories:

  • Men / Women 14 – Under
  • Men / Women 15 – 19 years
  • Men / Women 20 – 29 years
  • Men / Women 30 – 39 years
  • Men / Women 40 – 49 years
  • Men / Women 50 – 59 years
  • Men / Women 60 – 69 years
  • Men / Women 70 & years




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