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On Saturday, participants will enjoy a scenic 12-mile route inside the Zink Ranch before exiting onto public roads. Bringing your smartphone along is a good idea to capture some stunning views of the Osage County landscapes. If we're fortunate, we may witness the majestic monarch butterfly migration.

It's important to note that there won't be any SAG (Support and Gear) assistance available. However, the Osage County gravel roads have a crushed white chat surface that remains highly rideable even in rainy conditions. Nevertheless, since we're dealing with gravel terrain, it's always wise to be prepared for unexpected occurrences. So, remember to equip yourself accordingly because anything can happen!


Upon arrival at the entrance of the Zink Ranch, you will sign a waiver of liability, as mandated by the Zink Foundation. This waiver is required. Additionally, you will receive a Tyvek bracelet that must be worn throughout your entire time on the ranch. We recommend downloading the waiver in advance and signing it before your arrival to expedite the process.

Click on the map below for detailed directions to the event.

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