Your LAGBRAU registration fee includes:
- Excellent catered meals each day of the ride
- Camping fees
- Commemorative t-shirt
- Snacks and refreshments at the rest stops
- Sag wagon support
- Baggage transportation between campsites
- Showers & toilets
- First-aid and medical assistance is planned. Emergency Services along the route have been identified and will be on alert in case they are needed.
- A bicycle mechanic will be available along the ride
Important Changes Regarding State & National Park Entry
For several years, we have shuttled cyclists into most of the parks and then let them ride out in order to save them a little money by paying for a group rather than per person. However, some would be frustrated waiting for others to catch up in order to fill a bus before entering. Some would not wait, which broke our budget by having to pay twice. Also, it was inconvenient for them and us loading the bikes into a trailer which either meant taking off a front tire to hang it or padding them all with lots of pads and blankets and bungies, which also takes time.
To simplify things, starting in 2011, everyone will pay their own way into the parks which cost $12 dollars each per national park, and $3 per state park. You could also buy an annual pass into all national parks for $80, or a lifetime pass for seniors over 62 for only $10. For those who do not want to do a century ride on the day we go into Canyonlands National Park (10-day route) we will shuttle you to the entrance.