2016 Jay Anderson Memorial Tour of Marsh Creek Valley

posted May 7, 2013, 3:44 PM by Ben Nickell   [ updated May 11, 2016, 8:32 PM ]

Saturday, May 28th, 2016

Registration:  click on  bikereg.com image below.


Sponsored by:

Barries Ski and Sportshttp://www.idahocycling.com/

All proceeds go to the Pebble Creek Jr. Race Team


$40 including a post-ride meal when you return to the charter school. 


Pocatello Community Charter School, 995 S. Arthur, Pocatello, Idaho, 83204.  

Intersection of Arthur St. and Bannock Highway just south of Old Town

To get there:  From the west or north, take I-15 to Pocatello.  Exit at Clark St. and take it down the hill into town.  Turn left (south) on 4th Ave.  Turn right on Benton St.  Take Benton over the overpass and continue until you reach Arthur.  Turn left on Arthur (one way) and go 5 blocks.  From the south, take the 5th Ave. exit off of I-15, and take 5th north until you reach Benton.  Turn left on Benton and proceed as above. 

6:30 – 8:30 a.m. Same Day Registration

7:00 a.m.  100 & 60 mile riders start

8:30 a.m. All remaining riders may start

Come join us for a bicycle tour of scenic country roads south of Pocatello, Idaho.  The course is rolling with little traffic and good to fair pavement.  The ride is fully supported with sag wagons and food/restroom/water stops.  However, we recommend that you bring a pump and spare tube, water bottles, and extra clothing.


Start and finish at Pocatello Charter School at the intersection of Arthur and Bannock Highway in Pocatello.  All rides exit and return to the city via Bannock Highway.   The 26-mile ride loops through Inkom,60-mile ride loops through McCammon before returning to Inkom, and the 100-mile ride goes to the south end of the entire valley before returning via Downey, Arimo and McCammon.  Food and water stops at Inkom, McCammon, and Marsh Valley/Malad Valley intersections. 


View the Route Map here on mapmyride.com, or download the flyer below.  

Load the route map onto your smart phone:  

Option 1: download the free maps.me from the Google play store or Apple app store.  Then, download and email yourself the tmcv100.kml file, and open it on your phone.. When prompted open it in the maps.me app.  It will also prompt you to download maps for our area.  Maps.me is nice because it works offline.  

Option 2:  Download mapmyride app from Apple or Google, open the app and log in.  Click on the route above, login, and bookmark the route.  It should show up under bookmarked in the phone app if you are logged in with the same account.  You will likely have to change your filter to show rides more than 100 miles long.   

Ben Nickell,
May 9, 2016, 7:38 PM
Ben Nickell,
May 11, 2016, 8:23 PM
Ben Nickell,
May 11, 2016, 8:23 PM