Ride Locally, Race Globally

September 5, 2021

I am super excited for all our Remote participants! I know that not everyone is able to travel to Idaho for the in-person event, and it means a lot to me that you are still taking part. 

How to complete RPI Remote

  1. Join the RPI Remote Strava challenge.

  2. On Sunday, September 5, ride your planned route and upload it to your Strava account.

  3. After you ride, click over to our ride submission page and send us your route and ride details for the leaderboard...and to be eligible for all the prizes!


If you're still planning your route, be sure to watch our route-building webinar for lots of advice. 

RPI Remote is a new staple of the RPI world and a way to connect all of the RPI community worldwide. Even if you can’t be in Idaho with us, you can still be part of the event, the training, the community and the fun. Following the format of 2020’s RPI Challenge, this registration level will allow participants to race against each other globally! RPI remote riders will compete for spots on a distinct remote podium with awards, challenges, and finisher prizes. Riders will create their own course from wherever they are in the world. 

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RPI Remote

Design your own course!

(Don't worry, we'll help)

  • At least 62 miles

  • At least 4,000 feet of climbing

  • At least 50% on gravel surface

  • Completed on September 5

Compete in RPI from wherever you are in the world!

Learn More About Remote RPI 

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