The Mammoth Gran Fondo was chosen as a "top-ten century" bike ride by Bicycling Magazine (June 2012) for its "jaw-dropping vistas". Situated to the east and south of Yosemite National Park in Mono County, CA, the Mammoth Gran Fondo traces an amazing route through what has been called "the accidental national park". The Mammoth Gran Fondo takes riders along the east side of the High Sierra with views of the Sierra Nevada Range, Mono Lake and the White Mountains. The serene 102 mile route includes good pavement, very few stop signs and minimal traffic. Give it a try and test yourself against your friends and the mountains.
Route options include the 102-mile Gran Fondo, 70-mile Medio, and 42-mile Piccolo.
Ride highlights include:
Beautiful, Quiet Roads with Minimal Traffic (75 miles of the 102-mile Gran Fondo route is closed to through traffic)
7 Feed Stations with Full SAG/Tech Support
Free Photos of You on Your Ride
After-Ride Party with Food & Entertainment in The Village at Mammoth