Routes » Great Divide Mountain Bike Route

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The Great Divide Mountain Bike Route was put together by Adventure Cycling in the late nineties. It has since become the definitive route for dirt road bikepacking.

GPS Data




3D image from TopoFusion software – click to enlarge





TopoFusion’s Divide GPS Page holds the most used GPS track for the route. This track was used to generate the elevation profiles on the official ACA maps, and also to correct ACA’s GDMBR waypoint set.

ACA’s official GDMBR waypoint set

Trip Reports

Scott and Paula’s 2004 GDMBR trip

Links

Adventure Cycling Association’s Home Page
ACA Official GDMBR page
Tour Divide – another race along the route that includes the Canadian section.
Wikipedia page on the GDMBR

Comments (8)

ScottMMay 22nd, 2010 at 12:15 pm

GPS data for GDMBR and Tour Divide (with New Mexico alternates) updated for 2010 on the TopoFusion GPS page:

http://topofusion.com/divide/gps.php

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Ken olsonOctober 26th, 2017 at 4:09 pm

Does anyone out there know when the 2018 Tour Divide starts from Bannf

ScottMOctober 30th, 2017 at 10:19 am

http://tourdivide.org/the_rules

2nd Friday in June.

ERIC BACKERDecember 5th, 2017 at 2:14 pm

Hi Guys,

Do they have shuttle services to nearby airports from Antelope Wells, NM? My research has told me the nearest airport from the finish is 134 miles away? Any insight would be great.

GeorgeJanuary 13th, 2018 at 11:23 am

Hey Eric,
I would suggest you make a contact in Tucson. It’s a 3.5 hour drive away but more flight options at the airport and I would assume after riding the divide, you wouldn’t mind some time in Tucson for a massage and some beers.
I am riding from South to North, starting in late May. Can’t wait. Guess i will see all the Southbound racers somewhere along the route, probably Wyoming.

Good luck

George

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