Pre-registration is available online and through mail-in forms. Mail-in forms can be found by clicking here.

Registration will also be available on-site Friday from 2:00pm – 6:00pm during packet pickup and the Main Street Park and one race day at check-in/packet pick-up from 5:30am – 6:30am.

Online Registration


  1. All riders must wear ANSI, Snell or other approved helmet
  2. No earphones, radios or portable music devices (MP3 players, iPods etc.)
  3. No private support. For the safety of all riders, private support vehicles are not allowed on the course. Interference by private support vehicles or feeders will result in that rider’s disqualification.
  4. No Electric or Motor Propelled Bikes. Only fully human propelled bikes are allowed at Fire Road Cycling events. Electronic shifting systems are permitted.
  5. Carry identification and relevant medical information on your person. Please ensure that you provide pertinent medical information on your waiver card.
  6. Always be aware of the rules of the road, traffic lights, signs and regulations – even with the presence of event and law enforcement officials controlling traffic on the course. No course is 100% closed. It is best to never assume you have the right of way.
  7. You’re an ambassador for all cyclists. Please be courteous and do not impede vehicular traffic unnecessarily.
  8. Ride as far to the right side of the road as is safely possible. Pass other cyclists on the left and always announce your presence before passing.
  9. Ride predictably by scanning the road, anticipating hazards and clearly communicating your intentions to other cyclists and motor vehicles around you.
  10. Please use appropriate bathroom facilities – there are always portable toilets at feed zones.
  11. Be prepared to address minor mechanical issues. Suggested equipment includes at least one chain tool, set of metric allen wrenches, spare tube/tire, patch kit and pump or CO2 cartridge(s).
  12. Carry appropriate clothing in the event of sudden weather changes. (rain jacket, rain pants, vest, gloves, ear covers, etc.)
  13. Carry appropriate nutrition and hydration supplies.
  14. Use common sense, look out for one another, and have FUN!

Prize Money & Awards

Athletes who place in the Overall category in the 60km and 100km are not eligible for age-group awards. The following is the complete list of awards categories. Age group and category top finisher will receive award mugs and various prizes from our sponsors. Only first place male, female and Procellera KOM/QOM winners from the 100k race are eligible for the cash purse. 

Overall 100k:
1st Place Male & Female Receive $750 Cash Prize.
Top 3 Overall Male
Top 3 Overall FemaleOverall 60k:
Top 3 Overall Male
Top 3 Overall FemaleOverall 25k:
Top 3 Overall Male
Top 3 Overall Female

Detail coming soon.Single Speed:
60 km & 100 km
Top 3 Overall Male
Top 3 Overall Female
60k & 100k Age-Group:
Top 3 Male/Female
17 yrs and under
60 Plus

Leadville Trail 100 MTB Qualifying

Fire Road Cedar City will have 25-qualifying slots into the Leadville Trail 100 MTB up for grabs 20 will be committed to the age group finishing results (minimum of one slot per 10-year age-group) from the 100km race The remaining five will be raffled among the 100km finishers who opt into the raffle.

2015 Leadville Trail 100 MTB  Qualifier Finish Times & Coinciding Corral Placements


Can I ride a cross bike?
Yes, you can ride any kind of bicycle you like. The only categories are mountain bike and single speed. In the case of a geared cross bike, it would fall under the mountain bike category.
Where is parking for athletes on race day?
Race day parking for athletes is in surface parking lots and legal street parking spaces. There is a parking garage on 100 East just north of Center Street. Remember, if you have a bicycle on the roof of your car, you’ll need to remove it before entering this parking structure. All Handicapped designated parking spots in downtown Cedar City will be open and enforced.
Where is the spectator parking?
In the parking structure just north of Center Street on 100 East and in surface lots & streets near Main Street Park.
What is the altitude of Cedar City?
5846-feet (1782-meters)
How much total climbing is there in the 100km?
Just over 7500-feet (2286-meters)
How much total climbing is there in the 60km?
Just under 5000-feet (1524-meters)
I/my friend can’t make it to Registration. How can they get their race kit (bib #, goodie bag, etc.)?
All athletes must register in order to race. ONLY the athlete can pick up their race kit.
What time should I arrive on race morning?
The race begins at 7:00am for ALL events (25, 60, & 100km). The venue will open at 6am for any final registration issues so plan to arrive with plenty of time to stage to the starting corral line 20-minutes prior to the start of the event.
Can my family come into the start corral with me?
For the safety and security of all the athletes, only credentialed personnel and athletes can enter the start corral. Family can meet athletes after the race at the expo in Main Street Park.
Are there practice rides?
Fire Road will let you know about any organized practice rides. If you are riding the course outside of race day, please be courteous to drivers and respect private property.
Is there a pre-race athlete meeting?
 Yes. There will be an athlete video posted on-line. Staff will be available for questions in Main Street Park throughout expo hours and at 7pm on Friday night July 6th.
I lost/forgot my timing chip and/or bib #. What can I do?
Go to the timing tent near the start line.
What are the cutoff times for the 100km?
11:30am at 17.85 miles at the intersection of Kanarra Mtn. Rd. & Kolob Rd.
1:40pm at mile 32.24 miles at the intersection of Oak Valley Rd and Oak Creek Rd.
4:00pm at mile 39.2 miles at the intersection of Kolob Reservoir Rd. and Kolob Dr.Fire Road Cycling reserves the right to remove an athlete from the course and DNF the athlete if our course staff determines that there is no possibility of the athlete finishing before the posted cut-off times based on your location, the time and average speed to that point.
Are there cutoff times for the 25km or the 60km?
Where is bike tech support on racing morning?
In the expo area in Main Street Park – bike mechanics & pumps will be available.
Will there be tech support on the bike course during the event?
There will be roaming tech vehicles throughout the course and stationary locations available (at aid stations) on a first come, first served basis. During the event, it’s best to try and get to an Aid station as they will have radio contact with the roaming tech support vehicles.
Where are the results posted?
Results will be posted in the post-race athlete food area at Main Street Park and on the Fire Road website
Where is Lost and Found?
At the Information Tent in the expo area at Main Street Park.