2017 King/Queen of the Mountain
Participating in the Summit Challenge KOM/QOM is free and open to any Summit Challenge 50, 80 or 100-mile registered rider who has the ability to upload their data from a GPS-enabled devise (Garmin, free smart phone app, certain Timex and Soleus devices).The fastest male and female in each distance will win a free, non-transferrable registration for the 2018 Summit Challenge!
To join in, follow these easy steps:
- You must have a Strava account. A basic account is free and easy to start. Visit Strava.com
- Join the Summit Challenge club. This is also free. Visit http://www.strava.com/clubs/SummitChallenge100
- On the day of the event, look for signs indicating the start and finish of the KOM/QOM. For the 50-mile route, the climb is in Browns Canyon, just after the Peoa rest stop. The segment is 2.8 miles long and climbs about 600 feet. For the 100-mile route, the climb is in Wolf Creek Ranch, just after the gate to the top of the hill. The segment is 2.2 miles long and climbs about 1,000 feet.View Segments on Strava: 52-mile KOM | 102-mile KOM
- Upload your data no later than 5 PM on Sunday, August 28. We are looking for the fastest time on the segment labeled Summit Challenge KOM.
After the ride, you can revisit this web page to see how you compare to other Summit Challenge riders through that segment, as well as pros from the Tour of Utah race.
2015 King/Queen of the Mountain
Congratulations to everyone who made their way to the top of Wolf Creek and Brown’s Canyon in the 2015 King and Queen of the Mountain competition. The top 52- and 102-mile riders received free entry into this year’s ride.
2015 KOM – Wolf Creek 2015 QOM – Wolf Creek
2015 KOM – Brown’s Canyon 2015 QOM – Brown’s Canyon
2014 King/Queen of the Mountain
2014 King of the Mountain 2014 Queen of the Mountain
|Chris Stuart 10:39 (52)||Sylvia Kunz 11:21 (102)|
|Anson Kirchner 10:44 (102)||Whitney Liehr 16:26 (52)|