Registration Information

2022 Lost and Found registration is open! It has sold out in the past so make sure to get on it.

Register for the Lost and Found

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Table of Contents

 

Racer Categories

Longest (~100 mile):
$220 Adult / $150 Junior

  • Pro Men/Pro Women
  • Adult: Women and Men categories, with age groups of 30 & Under, increasing by age groups of 10 years (31-40, 41-50, etc). 
  • Junior: 13-18 years of age (determined as of December 31 of the current year)
  • Singlespeed Open

Longer (~60 mile):
$220 Adult / $150 Junior

  • Adult: Women and Men categories, with age groups of 30 & Under, increasing by age groups of 10 years (31-40, 41-50, etc). 
  • Junior: 13-18 years of age (determined as of December 31 of the current year)
  • Singlespeed Open

Long (~35 mile):
$190 Adult / $150 Junior

  • Adult: Women and Men categories - Open
  • Junior: 13-18 years of age (determined as of December 31 of the current year)
  • Men and women open eBike Class 1: pedal-assist e-bike with a top motor-assisted speed of 20 mph ONLY

PLEASE NOTE: NO REFUNDS ARE OFFERED FOR THIS EVENT!

Riders having fun

 

On Site Registration and Check In

MUST HAVE ID! IF YOU ARE UNDER 18 A LEGAL PARENT OR GUARDIAN MUST BE PRESENT TO SIGN YOUR WAIVER
NO ONSITE RACE TRANSFERS OR TICKET SALES

Race Start

  • All categories will stage at least 15 minutes prior to start time for instructions on completing the ride.
    • First wave of 100 mi riders at 8 am
      Second wave of 60 and 35 mi riders at 9 AM
    • Neutral roll-out start on Highway 70 until the turn off at Willow Creek (approximately 4 miles)
    • Riders need to stay right and not cross the road divider on Highway 70 (during the neutral roll out)
  • Pro Men and Women will each be racing for a cash purse.
  • All other categories will be racing for podium awards from our great sponsors.
  • Many will choose to ride, rather than race and take advantage of the views, the libations and the serenity.

Ride will be held rain, shine, sleet or snow. In the event of extreme weather or natural disaster, the ride may be shortened, postponed or canceled without refund.

 

Transfers and Category Changes

Transfers can be made through your registration account with BikeReg.com. Transfers need to be made by 5/30.

BikeReg instructions on how to transfer: How to Change the Category you Registered for or Transfer your Registration

 

Where Your Money Goes

Participating in this SBTS event is more than just riding your bike and having a good time; it's helping create some of the best trails in America while helping communities in the Lost Sierra thrive, keeping the dream of wholesome mountain living alive and well.

The Lost and Found supports the The Lost Sierra Route part of the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship's Connected Communities Project.  By raising donations to build the The Lost Sierra Route, you will help a region recover from devastating wildfires and economic hardship through the creation of this 600+ mile multiuse trail. The Route will connect 15 mountain communities to promote economic prosperity through recreation - a $887 billion industry - and create new jobs in the Lost Sierra region.

Thanks for your continued support and participation, and see you trailside!

Lost Sierra Route Progress Map

Watch "A Trail for Everyone" a short film about Connected Communities, the proposed “Lost Sierra Route” and the positive impact of linking 15 California mountain communities through trails. Funds raised by the Lost and Found support this project.

 

 

rider with mountains in the background

 

The Lost & Found Mike Shaw Memorial Scholarship

To honor the passing of Mike Shaw in 2018, the SBTS is offering a scholarship entry for a young rider to participate in the challenging Lost and Found Longest Course Gravel Grinder.  The scholarship will be awarded based on the following criteria created in collaboration with his widow;

  • Must be under the age of 23 years old.
  • Submit a short essay (<350 words) ‘What have you done to encourage multi-use trails and trail access in your region?’
  • Be physically fit and prepared for a challenging 100 mile gravel ride in a remote location.

Entries must be submitted by May 1st.  The winner will be decided based on content and writing style.  Judges will include The Angry Single Speeder, Uncle Coz, Kyla Pascucci, and Dr Rob – and will be announced May 10th.

We look forward to hearing what you’ve all been doing to support youth riding in your local communities and beyond!!

Send your entries to Kyla: kyla@sierratrails.org

Mike Shaw at the Lost and Found