140-Mile Cutoff Times
Lunch at Westlake High School ends at 2pm. If you are riding either 140-mile course, and will not arrive at Westlake High School by 2pm, you will be sagged forward.
In order to get to Westlake by 2pm, You must be to Elberta by 12pm. If you have not reached Elberta by 12pm, You will be sagged forward.
Though we encourage riders and supporters to party at the finish line until the last rider crosses the line, note that if you arrive at the finish area later than 5:00pm, not all finish line amenities may be available.
Huntsman 140 Start/Finish Parking
Free parking for the Huntsman 140 is available at the Huntsman Center or LDS University Institute on the University of Utah campus.
All riders and spectators should utilize these parking areas or ride TRAX. The Legacy Bridge is just a short walk from the parking lots and the start/finish line.
Reynolds Cycling Top Fundraiser Prize
Big thanks to Utah's own Reynolds Cycling for donating an Assault SLG carbon clincher wheelset to our top fundraiser! These light, stiff, smooth-rolling hoops are even tubeless-ready! Assault SLG Wheels
Blendtec Top Fundraiser Prizes
We just received word that the Blendtec top fundraiser prizes are on their way! We'll have 3 Designer 625 blenders up for grabs--one each in black, white, and pomagranate! Kick that fundraising into high gear, and one of these incredible machines could be yours! Blendtec Designer 625 Blenders
A Word About Headphones
We are huge fans of rocking out here at the Huntsman 140. In fact, we have an awesome Top Fundraiser's prize from Jaybird for one of our riders! BUT, during the Huntsman 140, no headphones are allowed. We encourage you to communicate with your fellow riders and listen for traffic and other riding hazards.
When you're done, you can enjoy your sweet, sweet tunes--preferably with a set of Jaybird headphones.
The top fundraiser prizes available: Bluebuds X Bluetooth Headphones.
About the Huntsman 140
The 2015 Huntsman 140 is a fundraising road cycling event finishing in the afternoon of Saturday, June 20, 2015 near Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah. All funds raised through this one-day event go to Huntsman Cancer Foundation (HCF) to support cancer research at the Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI). Each rider is encouraged to fundraise $500 for cancer research at HCI.
This ride is ideal for cyclists of all levels--from avid riders taking on the 140-mile challenge to newer pedalers enjoying the rolling 25-mile course. The variety of courses listed below include 25-, 50-, 75-, and 140-mile routes. There is also a one-mile victory-lap option!
NEW FOR 2015!
New Start/Finish Location in Salt Lake City!
Due to the Phase IV building progress at Huntsman Cancer Institute, we are relocating the start/finish area to Ft. Douglas on the University of Utah campus (the same area where the Huntsman 5K was held in September).
What does this mean? Trees! Grass! Shade! Easy access to Trax! FUN! 200 Ft. Douglas Blvd
In 2014, the Huntsman 140 raised more than $370,000 for cancer research! Our goal is $500,000 for 2015! Join us! Together we will discover what's possible!
Registration includes fully-stocked aid stations, on-course mechanical and sag support, lunch, and a finish line celebration. All fundraisers who reach the $500 minimum will receive a Huntsman 140 cycling jersey and sponsor swag.
HUNTSMAN 140 FROM DELTA, UT OPTION (Click here for map and cue sheet.)
Start time 7 a.m.
Enjoy this rolling course through rural Millard and Juab counties, past ghost towns and historic mining regions on your way to the finish line below Huntsman Cancer Institute.
HUNTSMAN 140 OUT-AND-BACK OPTION (Click here for map and cue sheet.)
Start time 7 a.m.
Ride through Salt Lake to the beautiful west side of Utah Lake, to Elberta, Utah and back to the finish line below Huntsman Cancer Institute.
75-MILE OPTION (Click here for map and cue sheet.)
Start time 8:30 a.m.
The 75-mile option of the Huntsman 140 is a non-competitive out-and-back ride beginning and ending at the Ft. Douglas area below Huntsman Cancer Institute, with a turn-around and lunch at Saratoga Springs.
50-MILE OPTION (Click here for map and cue sheet.)
Start time 9:15 a.m.
The 50-mile option of the Huntsman 140 is a non-competitive out-and-back ride beginning and ending at the Ft. Douglas area below Huntsman Cancer Institute, and winding through the rolling east side of Salt Lake City.
25-MILE OPTION (Click here for map and cue sheet.)
Start time 9:30 a.m.
The 25-mile option of the Huntsman 140 is a non-competitive out-and-back ride beginning and ending at the Ft. Douglas area below Huntsman Cancer Institute in Salt Lake City, Utah.
1-Mile or “Victory Lap” over cancer for survivors, their doctors, and support system: Echo’s Mile
Special thanks to our 2015 Sponsors: Presented byQUALTRICS
Nammo Composite Solutions
Nate Wade Subaru
Harmony Home Health & Hospice
Subway of Utah
Utah Pork Producers