A truly unforgettable ride, the course goes along Sugar Creek and through the bluffs and hollows (hollers if you’re a local), including picturesque fall foliage painted around you and a quaint little town at the start and finish.
On the heels of its inaugural year owning Dirty Kanza, the Life Time team has expanded its off-road portfolio to include a brand new gravel event, Big Sugar. In addition, every participant that finishes the 107-mile Big Sugar is automatically eligible for a chance at winning a spot for Dirty Kanza.
This new event will focus on celebrating the cycling community in a truly unique environment and part of the country. Backed by the original Dirty Kanza team as well as the addition of Bentonville locals Nat Ross and Gabbi Adams, it’s the perfect race for a ride in the dirt and an adventure into different terrains and stunning landscapes an experience with fellow cyclists.