This year we will again choose the 3500 riders for Little Red Ride through a lottery process. During this time you can enter the lottery as an individual or as a team, with a group of your friends with whom you want to ride. We will then select the team and individual participants through a random drawing process. Please refer to our registration page for info: https://lrrh.org/registration
You will be notified via email of your selection/non-selection status by January 29th. If, for some reason, you don’t receive an email you can check the results of the lottery by going to imAthlete and following the instructions. NOTE: You can also check the selection status of a friend or an entire team. If you don’t receive an email please check your spam folder.
Little Red is a Woman Only ride! Only registered women may ride on the course.
Yes, you can register with a group of your friends as a team (maximum of 10 riders). The lottery process for teams will be by team, not individual, so the entire team is either in or out.
To register as a team first select someone as captain. The captain must be the first member of your team to register for the lottery as they must enter the team name so it will then be available to other team members to select from the list of teams as they register. Each team member must register themselves under the team name that the captain chose.
Tandem riders and mothers riding with their daughter should enter as a team.
NO! Little Red provides all of the support you need. We do NOT allow personal SAG.
Yes. You can update the information you provided when you registered by going back to the imATHLETE web site and changing critical information such as the distance you intend to ride, your address, the size or selection of the complementary t-shirt etc. These changes can be made through March 31st. After this date changes will not be accepted. (Note: A change in t-shirt style or size is subject to availability.)
Yes, but only through March 31. After that date transfers will not be allowed. Note that riders registering after March 31st will not have a personalized bib and t-shirt sizes will be subject to availability.
Here are some quick steps to transfer your registration to a new participant:
- Go here to transfer your registration.
- Enter in your confirmation code (found next to the participant name on your confirmation receipt)
- Select “Transfer your registration to someone else”
- Fill out the form and click “Send”
- The new participant will be contacted directly by imATHLETE with instructions to register for the ride in your place.
NOTE: YOU WILL NOT RECEIVE A REFUND. IF YOU EXPECT TO BE REIMBURSED FOR YOUR REGISTRATION FEE YOU MUST COLLECT IT FROM THE PERSON ASSUMING YOUR REGISTRATION. ALSO, THE PERSON ASSUMING YOUR REGISTRATION MUST COMPLETE THEIR REGISTRATION BY MIDNIGHT, APRIL 1ST.
Children seven and above must pay the full registration fee. BCC does not allow children under 7 to participate in the ride. Children 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult.
No official waiting list will be available.
The following is included with you registration:
- Commemorative t-shirt
- Friday night expo and live entertainment (Friday night dinner is not included, but can be purchased by visiting the Little Red Boutique)
- Ride-morning continental breakfast (orange juice, coffee, fresh fruit, bagels, and muffins)
- Organized start times, for everyone’s safety
- Ride-day lunch which includes; sandwich, chips, drinks, fruit, and cookie
- Rest Stop support, ~ about every 10-15 miles, to include snacks, and water and glucose replacement drinks
- Ride support along the route
- After ride refreshments
- Free Camping sites Friday Night at the Start in Lewiston, UT
- 3500 wonderful friends to meet along the route.
A limited number of dinners will be available for purchase on Friday night. We highly suggest you purchase the Friday night meal by visiting the Boutique.
YES. If you know you will need extra supplements or special diet items including gluten free, please come prepared.
Go to our Boutique above and place an order.
You will receive your registration materials and event T-shirt about 2-weeks before the event. All other Merchandise will be mailed separately to arrive 2-weeks before the event.
No. Please refer to all clothing measurements listed on our boutique page.
Registration Materials will be mailed to all riders this year. A registration booth to handle problems will be open in Lewiston on Friday of Little Red Weekend from 5:30 to 8:30 PM and Saturday of Little Red Weekend starting at 7 AM.
Please take your time and enjoy your ride; however, the course does close at 6pm. If you are still on the course at this time, you will be picked up and sagged to the finish.
SPECIAL NOTE: ACCESS TO THE LAST THIRTY MILES OF THE 100 MILE COURSE WILL CLOSE AT 2 (two) PM. RIDERS STILL ON THE COURSE AT THIS TIME WILL BE DIVETED TO THE 70 MILE COURSE!
There are several motels and campgrounds in the Cache Valley area (Wellsville, Logan, Brigham City, etc). Contact your favorite hotel/motel campground chain for reservations or go to www.tourcachevalley.com for a list of some of the area’s hotels/motels and campgrounds. Hotels, motels and campgrounds fill up quickly for this event. We suggest you make your reservations as soon as possible.
Yes, there will be free camping at the Lewiston Fair and Rodeo Grounds (100 East Center Street). There are tent campsites and RV Parking available all day and night Friday and Saturday. Facilities include portable restrooms and wash sinks. No reservations are required or accepted, it is first come first serve. These camp sites are within walking distance of the Little Red Expo, Dinner ($15 advance ticket purchase required), Costume Contest, Saturday Breakfast/Lunch/Ice Cream (non-riders $8 advance ticket purchase required) and the Start and Finish Line activities. Please note there are NO RV hookups or indoor showers available. Campfires ARE NOT allowed.
To have a safe and enjoyable ride you should bring, at minimum:
- Hard shell or ANSI/SNEL approved helmet.
- A road (or mountain) bike in GOOD working order. Please prepare your bike or ask your local bike shop to give it a once-over before you arrive.
- Clothing appropriate for the weather and riding conditions. Although we’ve been lucky most years with good weather.
- Two water bottles or a Camel-Bak.
- Sunscreen and lip balm.
For your personal safety, and the safety of others, leave your headphones, ear buds, iPods, or any other listening devices home.
THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT AND WILL BE ENFORCED BY ON-COURSE RIDE MARSHALS and AMBASSADORS. If these are used, Ride Marshal's and Ambassadors will be instructed to ask you to leave the course.
Most years we have had lovely weather, with clear skies and temperatures in the 70′s — 80′s; however, it can rain. Please come prepared to ride rain or shine. The ride will not be cancelled due to rain.
Yes, we do provide support but we recommend that you carry a tire patch kit or spare tube and frame pump (at a minimum) as well as two water bottles.
You are NOT allowed to have your own support!
While you are welcome to have aero bars on your bike, you are not allowed to ride in the aero position while riding Little Red.
There are well-stocked rest stops throughout the route. Stops provide water, glucose replacement drinks, carb replacement (e.g. fruit, crackers, nutrition bars, candy, etc.) Lunch includes the same along with sandwiches and chips.
If you know you will need extra supplements or special diet items including gluten free, please come prepared.
March 1st for guaranteed delivery. After the deadline, Jersey orders will be fufilled on a first come first serve basis from whatever we have left in stock. Non-Jersey apparel orders will be fulfulled on a first come first serve basis. There will NOT be a re-order of jerseys or any other clothing items after the ride.
Yes, they may join you at the Friday dinner (with live entertainment) and the Little Red Expo. There is an extra charge for dinner – tickets can be purchased through our boutique. On the day of the ride lunch and food passes (wristbands) can be purchased at the Little Red Boutique. Volunteers can eat for free.