What is the Fitz-Barn Ride?

The 2014, 3rd Annual, Fitz-Barn is an unsupported ride/race from Fitzgerald's Bicycles in Victor, Idaho to Red Barn Bicycles in Hamilton, Montana.

Approximately 450 miles of dirt and gravel roads, two track, and rail trail. The terrain is varied and beautiful and will include mountain passes, sage brush highlands and everything in between.

Ride through the heart of the Yellowstone Ecosystem and large sections of the Tour Divide Mountain Bike Route.

You are responsible for your own safety, navigation and food throughout the ride. Riders must have the ability to ride long distances without assistance while carrying their own gear and food.

Monday, May 14, 2012

The Route: Rail Trail Section

Trestle Bridge on Tetonia-Ashton Rail Trail
The Fitz-Barn will head north from Victor, Idaho to Tetonia, Idaho.  Once north of Tetonia, riders will jump on the Tetonia-Ashton Rail Trail and ride to France, Idaho.  Scott, Jannine and Braden Fitzgerald pre-rode this section of the Fitz-Barn in early May and shared these photos.

Jannine on the rail trail.
This section of the Fitz-Barn will be through Eastern Idaho's Potato Country.  There are rolling hills, lots of agriculture and fantastic views of the Teton Range.  

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