The Stagecoach 400 is a masterpiece of stitchworked dirt doubletrack, sandy desert roads, technical singletrack, urban bike paths, and rolling tarmac.


Date: March 16, 2018

Time: 8:00 am


Cost: $30

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UPDATE (Race Recap): The 2018 Stagecoach 400 had some newbies, some seasoned riders, some men, some women, and many ups and downs. Eric Brunt was the first to finish the route at 9:08am, but this was protested by other riders due to route deviation. Mike Barklow finished next with an unofficial time of 2 days, 7 hours, 46 minutes. Jason Wolf followed closely behind at 2 days, 9 hours, 6 minutes. Some of the riders enjoying the route were up around 4 days+. For a detailed review on the event head over to SCES (Southern California Enduro Series) website.

The Stagecoach 400 is a mountain bike route highlighting Southern California’s geographic and cultural diversity. The route illustrates our area’s unique proximity to mountains, desert, and ocean… and likewise stands out among peer events for it’s challenges. The ride will crisscross historic routes such as the Juan Bautista DeAnza trail, the Great Southern Overland Stage Route of 1849, and the Ramona Stage Route. We will benefit the Idyllwild Help Center with 100% of your entry registration going to help local families in need.

For the complete details on the Stagecoach 400 route, check out the official route page on our website.

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