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Latah / Chipman Fondo

Latah / Chipman Fondo

Latah/ Chipman Fondo – 50 miles – This NEW Fondo provides food, hydration, festivities, and transportation for the rider who wants a 50 mile ride experience without the risk of being on the road. Riders should be over the age of 10 or have previous riding experience. The riding times for this 50 miler are between 2 and 6 hours. The Latah / Chipman Fondo course starts at Guy Wicks Field on Perimeter Drive, and meets up with the Latah Trail via Paradise Path. From there, the course goes West for 3 miles where the Latah Trail changes into the Chipman Trail before continuing another 9 miles to Shuttle / Aid Station 10 (Terreview intersection 1 mile before the end of the Chipman Trail). Riders turn around at the trail head and ride back on the same trail for 25 miles to Troy. Shuttle stop / Aid Station 1 is in Moscow at Guy Wicks Field where the course started. 7 miles further down the trail is Shuttle Stop / Aid Station 2. Riders will find the next rest area 7 miles further at the Latah Trail Pancake Feed in Troy where they will turn around for the final leg of the Latah Chipman Fondo which finishes at Guy Wicks Field.

The shuttle bus will follow the Potlatch Fondo route between Moscow, Troy, Potlatch, and Pullman roughly every 30 minutes. The shuttle stops are at Guy Wicks Field in Moscow, NRS East Parking lot in Moscow, Troy City Park in Troy, Locomotive Park in Potlatch, and the Pullman Aid Station at the Terreview street intersection. The shuttle lap takes about 1 hour.