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Napa9

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Event summary

An incredible 125 mile course across 9 peaks in Napa, the Napa9 is famous in the region for it's amazing organization and spectacular scenery. If you think you have what it takes to tackle 13,000 feet of climbing then this is the perfect race for you. Come for the quad burn or the post-race meal.

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How to enter

Tickets available until Thu Sep 03 2020

What's included:

  • Race entry
  • Lead & Following SAG Vehicles
  • Clearly marked course
  • Big post-race meal and festivities
  • 13,000 feet of leg-burning climbs
Napa9
5:30am Sun 6th Sep 2020

Bike 125mi

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FAQ
Is the Napa9 suitable for beginners?
No. This event is a serious challenge and should not be underestimated. If you are an experienced rider and are looking for a challenge then this is perfect, but 13,000 feet of elevation gain is not to be scoffed at. The fastest rider last year did this in 7.5 hours.… read more
FAQ
Which peaks are included in the Napa9?
The 9 peaks are; Wild Horse Valley Road, Mt. George, Atlas Peak Road, Soda Canyon, Triangle at Lake Hennessey, Oakville Grade, Trinity Road to the County Line, Mt. Veeder and Partrick Road. These total 125 miles and 13,000 feet of elevation gain. The steepest points are on Soda Canyon and Oakville Grade where the gradient reaches 21% and 23.4% respectively.… read more
FAQ
Will there be support vehicles and can I leave things in there on the Napa9?
Yes, there will be two SAG support vehicles, one to lead and one to follow. It will be slightly cooler in Napa in September so please bring some warmer clothes that you can shed and leave in the SAG vehicles. … read more
Route description
Route description

A brilliant but brutal ride that is certainly not for beginners. The Napa9 takes on the largest peaks in the Napa Valley all in one go. It might surprise people to know that this includes over 13,000 feet of climbing across the 125 mile course.

Riders will meet at the Napa Courthouse and head out of town with a police escort before being unleashed on the unsuspecting Napa community.

Some of the peaks to look forward to are the Wild Horse Valley, Mt. George and Atlast Peak (longest climb). Despite the gruelling hill climbs, riders will be rewarded with stunning views across the valley.

Logistics and schedule

Schedule:

5:00AM - Arrive

5:30AM - Start the ride with Police escort

5PM - 8PM - Finish, Festivities & Dinner (location TBD)

Please make sure you arrive on time as the race will need to head off on time.

How to get there

Napa Courthouse, 825 Brown St, Napa, CA 94559, USA

Get directions

Address: Napa Courthouse, 825 Brown St, Napa, CA 94559, USA

Parking: Courthouse Parking Lot, 3rd and Coombs (look for a blue Ford truck). There is another all-day parking garage on Fifth and Main St.

Frequently asked questions
FAQ
Is the Napa9 suitable for beginners?
No. This event is a serious challenge and should not be underestimated. If you are an experienced rider and are looking for a challenge then this is perfect, but 13,000 feet of elevation gain is not to be scoffed at. The fastest rider last year did this in 7.5 hours.
FAQ
Which peaks are included in the Napa9?
The 9 peaks are; Wild Horse Valley Road, Mt. George, Atlas Peak Road, Soda Canyon, Triangle at Lake Hennessey, Oakville Grade, Trinity Road to the County Line, Mt. Veeder and Partrick Road. These total 125 miles and 13,000 feet of elevation gain. The steepest points are on Soda Canyon and Oakville Grade where the gradient reaches 21% and 23.4% respectively.
FAQ
Will there be support vehicles and can I leave things in there on the Napa9?
Yes, there will be two SAG support vehicles, one to lead and one to follow. It will be slightly cooler in Napa in September so please bring some warmer clothes that you can shed and leave in the SAG vehicles.
FAQ
Are there aid stations on the Napa9?
Yes, there will be support stops where you can stock up on water and nutrition. You should upload the route map onto your cycling computer so you are aware of where to go and when the next stop will be.
FAQ
Is the Napa9 suitable for beginners?
No. This event is a serious challenge and should not be underestimated. If you are an experienced rider and are looking for a challenge then this is perfect, but 13,000 feet of elevation gain is not to be scoffed at. The fastest rider last year did this in 7.5 hours.
FAQ
Which peaks are included in the Napa9?
The 9 peaks are; Wild Horse Valley Road, Mt. George, Atlas Peak Road, Soda Canyon, Triangle at Lake Hennessey, Oakville Grade, Trinity Road to the County Line, Mt. Veeder and Partrick Road. These total 125 miles and 13,000 feet of elevation gain. The steepest points are on Soda Canyon and Oakville Grade where the gradient reaches 21% and 23.4% respectively.
FAQ
Will there be support vehicles and can I leave things in there on the Napa9?
Yes, there will be two SAG support vehicles, one to lead and one to follow. It will be slightly cooler in Napa in September so please bring some warmer clothes that you can shed and leave in the SAG vehicles.
FAQ
Are there aid stations on the Napa9?
Yes, there will be support stops where you can stock up on water and nutrition. You should upload the route map onto your cycling computer so you are aware of where to go and when the next stop will be.
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Napa9
5:30am Sun 6th Sep 2020
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