August 29 -
September 1

Sun Valley, Idaho

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Rebecca's Private Idaho is a multi-stage gravel bicycle race inside Idaho's beautiful, rugged, and vast interior.
We offer up to four days riding, and as much as 200 miles of pristine gravel right in the center of Idaho's rugged heartland. New this year, you can choose your favorite stage, or select all of them by joining our coveted Queen’s Stage Race.
Our charitable efforts support the Be Good™ Foundation which removes financial barriers and provides more access to cycling opportunities for individuals from underrepresented communities: women, military veterans, para cyclists, BIPOC, and LGTBQ+ individuals.

Bask in the Limelight

Limelight is RPI's host hotel. Right in the heart of Ketchum, Idaho it is the place where our event begins on Wednesday with our rider meeting and packet pickup activities before Stage 1 the next day. It is also where we kick off the start to Dollarhide Stage 2 on Friday.

Limelight offers a host of amenities you'll want to take advantage of, including secure bike parking, beautiful accommodations and proximity to everything Ketchum has to offer: shopping, dining, access to the outdoords, and incredible views.

Save up to 25% off Limelight Hotel's nightly room rate by booking as part of your visit to RPI!

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The Main Event:

Rebecca's Private Idaho is one of America's most beautiful and epic gravel races. In the 11 years since Rebecca Rusch first launched RPI, it has become a bucket-list event for professional and amateur riders, alike. Rated a Top Five Gravel Event by Global Cycling Network and one of the 25 Best Bike Rides in the World by Outside Magazine, RPI has been staged every Labor Day weekend since 2013 in Rebecca's hometown and surrounding backcountry of Ketchum, Idaho.

Visit the main stage routes on GAIA GPS!

Tater Tot

18.7mi, 1,473'
50% gravel road
50% pavement

French Fry

56mi, 4,386'
80% gravel road
20% pavement

Baked Potato

103mi, 6,271'
90% gravel road
10% paved road

The Queen's Stage Race

Experience smashing climbs, stunning views, and the hometown hospitality of Rebecca’s Private Idaho in the best way possible. Up and down 186 miles of unparalleled backcountry riding. In three timed stages over the course of four days, you’ll fall in love with the raw, varied terrain.

Harriman Trail
A mix of technical single- and double-track trails. Quite possibly the funnest day on a gravel bike!
An out-and-back casual ride with a 4.5-mile-long timed hill climb segment starting at mile 20.
Be Good Ride
Cruise the Tater Tot 20-mile course in a friendly, untimed ride to keep your legs loose for Sunday's big finish.
The Queen's Stage
One of America's longest-running true gravel races featuring 103 miles of racing with 6,300' of elevation.

Gravel For Good

All Rebecca’s Private Idaho riders pedal with a purpose, supporting the Be Good™ Foundation, which operates with the mission of enriching communities by using the bicycle as a catalyst for healing, empowerment, and evolution. Proceeds from various aspects of RPI will be used by the Foundation to support global, national, and local nonprofit organizations that use the bicycle to improve health and overall well-being, connect communities, boost local economies, and protect our planet. At Rebecca's Private Idaho we #GravelForGood!

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Become the master of your RPI experience

The Rusch Academy Mastering Rebecca's Private Idaho online course will teach you how to set up your gravel bike for this specific event, what to eat and wear and even pacing recommendations. Prepare yourself for Rebecca's Private Idaho like never before!

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RPI BaseCamp: Train with Rebecca for RPI!

Make the most of your time in the saddle at RPI! Let us take care of all your training needs by supplying Rebecca Rusch's team of experts so you can train right alongside her. This eight-week program is designed by her coach, Tim Cusick, and is focused on getting you in peak fitness. Whether you ride indoors or outdoors, road, gravel or mountain bike, train six or 16 hours per week, why train alone when you can train where you belong?

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