RUSA GRAVEL 100k The Half Rock04-08-2023 08:002 Registered

02-05-2023 21:40
04-08-2023 09:00
RUSA 100
Sunrise at 7:19:39 AM Sunset at 8:21:22 PM
Ride Leader(s):
Lydia Trott
William Watts

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Cicott Park
8358 E Independence Rd
Otterbein, IN 47970

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The Half Rock 100k is 65.2 miles, 2,000 feet of climbing, and 57% gravel. The Miami, Peoria, and Kickapoo Native American tribes were the original land stewards of the lands the route traverses. The route includes the following notable features: Hushaw bridge, Stone Bluff Bridge, Portland Arch, Williamsport Bridge, Rock Creek, Big Pine Creek, Fall Creek Gorge, Lovers Leap, and Hogback hill. Riders will cross the Wabash River twice and cross over 21 creeks all via roads. To receive credit cyclists will need to finish within 7 hours and 55 minutes.


Cyclists should be aware the start of the ride has very bad cell service, and several places along the route have limited service. Don't expect to download the route at the start of the ride! Cicott Park is located at 8275 East Independence Road Otterbein, IN 47970. It’s nestled between Lafayette, IN and Attica, IN along the western banks of the Wabash River. Riders may camp out the night before and after the ride if they wish. The park amenities include a shelter with picnic tables and electricity, an outhouse, and a few walking trails. NO open fires are allowed. A general store is located within walking distance of the park. There are NO water spigots. Cicott park, the location of a trading post existing as early as 1811. The park is named after Zachariah Cicott, a French -Indian trader, who built a village in the area starting in 1832. Warren County’s first newspaper was produced in Independence starting in 1844, called the Wabash Register.


These routes and rides were designed to help cyclists train for larger events such as Unbound, MI Coast to Coast, etc. 


We will offer the 100k and 200k again on May 13th along with a 300k as well. 



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4/8/23 10:29 PM

awesome route!

4/10/23 08:35 PM

Great route!