Race Across America is a 3,000 miles coast-to-coast across the USA and is widely recognized as the world’s toughest endurance bicycle race. Time Station 32 is located in Camdenton at the Signal Gas Station. The solo racers leave on Tuesday, June 13th with team racers to follow on Saturday, June 17th from Oceanside, California.
Race Across America (RAAM) To Travel Through Camdenton
Estimated Arrival – June 19th to June 23rd
Time Station Located at Signal on Highway 54 in Camdenton
What is Race Across America (RAAM)?
Oceanside, CA to Annapolis, MD – 3,000 miles coast-to-coast across the USA. RAAM is widely recognized as the world’s toughest endurance bicycle race. Open to solo racers as well as 2, 4 and 8-person teams. Solo racers must qualify by completing one of 30 qualifying events worldwide. No qualification required for teams. RAAM attracts an international field – competitors from 35 countries have participated.
Show your support by welcoming RAAM to Camdenton on your outdoor signage, stop by the time station, donating supplies to replenish racers and their crew or a simple thumbs up when you see them on the road. We need volunteers to welcome the teams as they arrive. Contact the Camdenton Chamber for more information 573-346-2227.