Bicentennial Highway Classic

Hanksville, Utah

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The Bicentennial Highway Classic is a 106.3-mile out-and-back ride over long false flats and rolling terrain that starts and finishes in Hanksville. Try not to be dissuaded by the length; the exciting scenery will help replenish some of your energy. The Bicentennial Highway, SR 95, was completed in 1976, the year of the U.S. bicentennial. The highway has otherwise little to do with U.S. independence or any bicentennial celebrations. The highway begins in Hanksville, at its junction with SR 24, and continues southeasterly to Blanding, 133 miles away. The countryside is remarkably scenic and can be thoroughly enjoyed with little interference from traffic: Fewer than 700 vehicles per day were using the highway in 2005.

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"The Bicentennial Highway Classic is a 106.3-mile out-and-back ride over long false flats and rolling terrain that starts and finishes in Hanksville. Try not to be dissuaded by the length; the exciting scenery will help replenish some of your energy.

The Bicentennial Highway, SR 95, was completed in 1976, the year of the U.S. bicentennial. The highway has otherwise little to do with U.S. independence or any bicentennial celebrations. The highway begins in Hanksville, at its junction with SR 24, and continues southeasterly to Blanding, 133 miles away. The countryside is remarkably scenic and can be thoroughly enjoyed with little interference from traffic: Fewer than 700 vehicles per day were using the highway in 2005."

Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Hanksville
Distance: 106.3
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Skill Level: Difficult
Season: Spring, summer, fall
Local Maps: DeLorme: Utah Atlas & Gazetter
Driving Directions: Directions to Bicentennial Highway Classic

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May 2018