Date: Saturday, September 22, 2018 (Rain or Shine)

2017 Dirt Diggler-11

Time: Mandatory ride meeting at start line at 7:50 am. Ride starts at 8:00am.

Packet Pickup: Registration packet pickup is race morning from 6am-7:30am. Early packet pickup will be available on Friday from  6-8pm at the start/finish at REEB Ranch Farm.

Camping:  On-site camping is available both Friday (9/21) and Saturday night (9/22). All camping is handled through Oskar Blues. Click here for more information and to make reservations. Questions can be sent to [email protected]

Amenities: Timing with Category Results & Awards for the Top 3 in these categories- under30, 30-39 40-49, 50 plus. Time clock, awesome rest stops with medical assistance available (if needed), SAG Wagons, Well Marked Route, Restrooms, and so much more.

Required Gear: All riders must wear a secure helmet at all times during the race.

Rest Stops: There are 2 rest stops on the course. Rest stops are stocked with H20, Energy Drink, bars and assorted snacks, fruits, PB&J sandwiches, and lots of encouragement from our rest stop personnel!

T Shirts: 100% cotton pre-shrunk T-shirts are an option to all participants pre-registered by August 26th, 2018.

Directions: Race start/finish is in front at the REEB Ranch in Hendersonville, NC.  From the intersection of Highway 280, Highway 64, and 276 in Pisgah Forest, head about 3.5 miles south on Highway 64 to a right on Crab Creek Road at the traffic light.  Follow Crab Creek for 4.5 miles to a right on Shoal Falls Road into the REEB Ranch.

2017 Dirt Diggler

For 2018, all of Blue Ridge Adventures’ races help support the Bread of Life.

2018 Dirt Diggler Sponsors
Squirt arose in the cycling world with a group of off-road bicycle riders from South Africa who were committed to innovating the necessary bike products that are both friendly to their bikes and the environment they rode in. Through constant testing and a life time of cycling in the harshest conditions around the globe, our products are now independently testing and performing above and beyond the trails and roads we use them on.