The Hoodoo 500 rules represent the minimum interference with rider strategy and performance, while effectively controlling the event and abiding by the rules and regulations required under the various permits granted by the States of Arizona and Utah. The Hoodoo 500 is an extraordinary personal challenge; and these rules are in place to ensure maximum safety and competitive fairness.
Click here for the 500-Mile Non-Stop Rules (Updated August 10, 2019)
Click here for the 300-Mile Non-Stop Rules (Updated August 10, 2019)
Click here for the 500-Mile Stage Rules (Updated August 10, 2019)
Click here for the 300-Mile Stage Rules (Updated August 10, 2019)
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Special thanks to Hoodoo Veteran Michael Conti to taking this photo of Andrew Danly during last year’s race; and for making it public and being..
Sweet dreams Hoodoo racers! Tomorrow’s start times: 7am Stage Starts in Escalante. 5am Voyager/Nomad. 7am Solo 500 and 300. 9am all relay teams!
After day one of the 500-mile stage, Jon Shellenbarger is leading the men and Kimmy Hazel Keathley is leading the women. One racer is still out..
Thanks to Elevated Legs, our Hoodoo racers are getting some relaxation and recovery at check-in. We’ll have them for you to demo at the breakfast..