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Coon Fork 40: How to Make the Entire Day a Memorable Adventure [Interactive Map with Highlights]

The Coon Fork 40 is coming up quickly on Saturday, August 26. If you're visiting the area and want to enjoy some pre-ride or post-ride fun, check out this interactive map.

To learn more or register to ride, visit the Coon Fork 40.

All three routes start and end at the hidden waterfall bridge near Coon Fork County Park. They also all include a "Halfway Hang" at the halfway point in Rock Dam as well as a finish line party at the Coon Fork beach.

Want to explore the area before you get here?

Check out the routes and additional stops you'll want to make:

Highlights of the Coon Fork 40 Area

Vojtik’s Stockyard Foods

A great food stop in the middle of nowhere. They have some light groceries, hot food, and an ice cream cone bar.

SHIFT Cyclery & Coffee Bar

Opens at 7:30am. Stop here for an espresso and liege waffle or any bike supplies you need.

Spring Street Sports

Opens at 10am. Shop bikes and parts on your way to or from the race.

Boondock's Bar & Grill

Classic small town bar and grill with bar food and outdoor seating.

Augusta Bakery

Opens at 7am. Pick up a donut on the way to your race!

Finish Line After Party

After crossing the finish line at the hidden waterfall bridge, make your way back to Coon Fork Beach for the after party. Invite the whole family or friend gang to join you for music, food, fun, beer, and swimming. Plus awards for top finishers in their categories. After riders enjoy their free beer and brat, support CORBA through additional food and beverage purchases.

The Halfway Hang

Plan a midway stop in the lakeside town of Rock Dam at the wooded lake beach pavilion for the Halfway Hang. Whether you stay for five minutes or forty, with tunes and good vibes all around, here you can refuel with free snacks and beverages, or cool off with a dip in the lake thanks to changing rooms right on site (pack your suit!).

Rock Dam County Park & Campground

Camping, swimming, picnic pavilions, and 2 bars.

To learn more or register to ride, visit the Coon Fork 40.




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