Get out there & explore the beauty of Arizona.
Cycling from Patagonia, Arizona to the border of Mexico and then back… has its perks
It’s an adventure of riding, eating, and good times during The Spirit World 100 in Patagonia, Arizona from Thursday, November 7 – Sunday, November 10.
The Cyclist’s Menu duo Heidi Rentz and Zander Ault founded The Spirit World 100 in order to connect more people through their “contagious love for riding bikes, cooking, and throwing a mean party.”
The event is collaborating and featuring local companies Pueblo Vida Brewing, Pivot Produce, Forbes Meat Co., Desert Provisions, Barrio Bread, Rune Wine, Fiore Di Capra Cheese, and Presta Coffee Roasters.
When you’re not eating the delicious meals you’ll be cycling anywhere from 40 – 100 plus miles of the Patagonia and Sonoita regions.
There are two options, as well.
You can register for either the 100 mile or 50 mile distance during the event.
Patagonia is about one and a half hours south of Tucson, and there will be a pickup shuttle scheduled at the Tucson International Airport between 10 – 11 a.m.
By the look of the full cycling and eating schedule it’s going to be a blast.
For more information on registration or anything else regarding The Spirit World 100, visit thespiritworld100.com.