Course Information

The 2022 HDR Epic includes two routes catering all skill and fitness levels. Both routes start and finish at the historic Railyard in downtown Sante Fe, NM is home to some amazing cafe's, coffee, restaurants, REI, Outside Magazine and the Sunday Farmers Market. It is the perfect point to kick off and end your adventure. 

Sante Fe Railyard


The whole enchilada with all the fixin's. A gratuitous mix of fast flowing desert gravel, a helping of spicy high alpine double track and a side of pavement for the transitions. Appetizers and desert courtesy of some amazing New Mexico vendors at the beautiful Sante Fe Railyard District. You'll definitely get your fill of epic New Mexico scenery and world class gravel. 
The SPICY 90 is a 94 mile lollipop geared for those looking for a bit of a challenge. Plenty of elevation gain, challenging and technical double track and high speed, wide open descents on some of the smoothest dirt roads that take you back into town with a view that may cause you to pause and take it in. A fitting way to end your day.
HDR Spicy 90 Strava
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The SAVORY 70 is an out and back route designed for those who prefer the party pace, beginner gravel riders who want to avoid the technical aspects of the SPICY 90 or those just looking to rip up to 73 miles of super fast and smooth gravel roads. A healthy mix of smooth gravel roads with a pavement transition. Like the SPICY 90 the SAVORY 70 meets up with epic 94 mile route midway to take in that long and beautiful descent back into Sante Fe. 
The beauty of the SAVORY 70 is that it can be shortened to any distance based on fitness level. 
HDR Savory 70 Strava
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SPICY 90 & SAVORY 70 descent back into town.

Cafe Fina, Sante Fe, NM

Mid route coffee, Coke, cookies and pie at Cafe Fina.