REGISTRATION – Online registration is now open for non-student riders. The registration fee of $20 includes a t-shirt, a Friday night dinner, food all day Saturday, course support, available camping and a race poster. Online registration can be found at the NavajoYES website: www.navajoyes.org Saturday morning registration will be held at Shonto Prep High School
between 7:00-9:00 a.m.
School groups should contact Orleta Slick at Shonto Prep School for details for students:
FOOD & SUPPORT – The weekend begins with dinner at the Shonto Prep High School’s cafeteria between 5:00-7:00 p.m. You will enjoy a healthy menu and live music, plus thechance to meet other riders. Your registration also includes a light pre-ride breakfast between 7:00-9:00 a.m. on Saturday, on-course support (including fresh fruit, drinks, energy gels, trail mix, sweet and salty snacks). Everyone will enjoy a post-race Navajo taco meal back at the high school at the conclusion of
CAMPING – Camping is available at the Shonto Prep High School grounds, including the
nearby football field.
Your registration includes PLR t-shirt, three meals (Friday dinner, light Saturday breakfast and post-race meal), on-course support, poster and entertainment. Download Race Info Sheet here.
ROUTES – The 22-mile route is a loop ride from Shonto north on the Tall Mountain Road (BIA 6310), to Navajo National Monument and back to Shonto on road 221. The route is very scenic, among pinon and juniper forest, and incudes expansive views over the surrounding area, including vast canyons and the looming dome of Naatsisaan.
FINISHER’S MEDALS– All finisher’s of the 22-mile loop receive a unique Paradise Loop Ride finisher’s medals.
WEATHER – At an elevation of 6600 feet, April in Shonto is typically mild, with the possibility of high winds. Expect the best, but be prepared for the rest.
Orleta Slick: 928.209.1928 email@example.com
Jim: 608.201.8175 (Online registration)