LoToJa, meaning Logan To Jackson, is a long distance one-day cycling road race from Logan, Utah to Jackson, Wyoming, United States.
Started in 1983, LoToJa has grown into one of the country’s premier amateur cycling races with more than one thousand cyclists from all over the country participating.
With over 200 miles and several mountain passes, the LoToJa is tough and usually takes at least nine hours to finish. Based on that, we decide to split the whole course into four sections with each section riding between 45 to 60 miles.
This route is the first section of full LoToJa racing course from Logan, Utah to Mink Creek Community Park, Idaho, the distance is 44.5 mile. Mainly on US 91 in Utah and Idaho, the route switches to Idaho SR36 at Preston, Idaho and all the way to Mink Creek, Idaho.
You can have a quick view of the route through this video at Allerbi Youtube, enjoy!