Pocatello Fall Ultra

It’s supposed to be hard…

September 9, 2023, Pocatello, ID
Join us for the premier ultra mountain bike race in Southeast Idaho.  Participate in a 100K or 60K ride in one of America’s best mountain biking areas.

2023 Fall Ultra Race Results


2023 Fall Ultra Race 

100K Race

– Over 9,000 ft. of elevation gain
– Over 45 miles of singletrack on the 100K course.
– Looped course, 80% Singletrack
– 3 fully stocked Aid stations.
Club Ride Jersey for each racer
– Chip timing for each racer
– Swag Bag with Goodies

60K Race

– Over 6,500 ft. of elevation gain.
– Looped course, ALL singletrack.
– 3 fully stocked Aid stations.
– Swag Bag w/prizes for winners.
– T-Shirts for each racer
– Chip timing for each racer

Timing System

We will have Vector Timing providing our timing this year. We will have timing checkpoints at each of the aid stations. Vector Timing can provide real-time race updates to the intranet and text messages to significant others.

We are excited to have Vector Timing as part of our race team!

100K & 60K Course

  • 100K riders will leave from Centennial Park at 7:30 AM.

60K riders will leave from Centennial Park at 7:30 AM.

We will have a Hard cutoff time of 2 pm at the West Fork aid station (Station #2). 

Air Quality Issues


With fire season upon us, we are concerned about the air quality for the race. We will be monitoring it closely and be offering options for those concerned about racing in poor air conditions.

        Pocatello Air Quality

A special thanks to the US Forrest service for their help in putting this race together.

The Pocatello Fall Ultra

What started out as a crazy idea became a reality. Our goal is to create one of the toughest endurance races in the Northwest, and we think we have done it.

The course is a loop starting in Pocatello’s Centennial Park and riding to the base of Scout Mountain and back. If you are looking for a race to challenge your endurance, you won’t be disappointed.

Post race catered lunch provided by The Sandtrap

Race is Saturday, September 09th, 2023 | Pocatello, Idaho








Two Race Options


Men’s & Women’s Open class
No Age Divisions

Not for the faint of heart, this 50-mile loop will have you gasping for air. Filled with fast singletrack descents, challenging climbs, and fantastic views, this course has it all.

Swag bags for the top three finishers in each category.


Men’s & Women’s Open class 
No Age Divisions

Racing on the same track as the 50-miler’s, this course will serve as a great introduction to endurance racing.

This will be a loop as well, without all of the elevation gains, but filled with the same heart-pounding excitement.

Race Rules

The rules for the race are pretty simple:

  1. This is a TIMED race, winners are based on the fastest time.
  2. Helmets must be worn 100% of the time while riding.
  3. No headphones may be worn while racing.
  4. No outside maintenance support.
  5. No swapping bikes.
  6. If you miss a turn, you must backtrack, no cutting cross country.

Mountain Biking in Pocatello is Legendary!

Pocatello is home to one of the greatest network of trails in the United States. With miles and miles of amazing singletrack and great views, you are sure to find something that will put a smile on your face.

Resources for Racers

Map of Course

The course for the Fall Ultra will be one that challenges your stamina and abilities. Starting in downtown Pocatello and working it’s way around the local highest peak, you won’t be traveling the same trail twice.

Learn More

Local Hotels

Pocatello has several hotels if you’re coming from far away.  Click here to find them.

Learn More

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Thank You To Our Partners

Title Sponsor

Lookout Credit Union
Pocatello Sand Trap Logo
Oregon Trail Bikes
Simplot Agribusiness
La Quinta Inn

Your race team is dedicated to making sure you have a fantastic experience and a great time while you’re in the Gate City.  Please contact us if you have any questions, concerns, or just want to say hello!


 | Pocatello Fall Ultra Team