Directions and Parking
Saturday’s gravel riders will be treated to 12 miles inside the Zink Ranch before exiting the ranch. From that point, you will be on public roads. This probably goes without saying, but we’ll say it anyway . . . bring your smartphone because you will want to take some snapshots of the Osage County vistas. And if we’re lucky again, we will get to see the monarch butterfly migration.
There will not be any SAG support. The Osage County gravel roads are a crushed white chat that is highly rideable even in the rain. These roads are not like the Flint Hills and we have not generally experienced a high number of flat tires in previous rides in this area. That said, this is gravel, so be prepared because anything can happen out there!
Zink Ranch Waiver Required
At the entrance, you will be asked to sign a waiver of liability to the Zink Ranch. These waivers are required by the Zink Foundation. You will be handed a Tyvek bracelet that must be worn at all times while on the ranch. You can download the waiver and sign it before arriving to speed up the process and reduce contact.Get Waiver
Click on the map below for detailed directions to the event.