Ultra Spice 1000

Route – A 56 hour race that is a RAAM Qualifier for solo and has 2, 3 or 4 person team categories. The Race starts in Bogmalo, Goa heads south along the Coast road, heading inland from Honavar towards Jog Falls. Rolling terrain soon turns into a steady climb up the Western Ghats to Jog Falls and Shivmoga. From there it continues around the edge of Wildlife sanctuaries, climbing steadily towards Chikmaglur. Still in the forest and spice plantation covered hills, the route heads south till it touches the Mangalore-Bangalore highway at Bhage and turns around to return the same way again. The distance 1000 Km has a the total elevation gain of 10400 Mts.

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The Map – Ultra Spice 1000

Ultra Spice 1200

Route – An ‘out and back’ UNSUPPORTED race for the solo category only was introduced for the first time in the 4th edition in Jan 2020. The Race starts in Bogmalo, Goa heads south along the Coast road, heading inland from Honavar towards Jog Falls. Rolling terrain soon turns into a steady climb up the Western Ghats to Jog Falls and Shivmoga. The Route continues to Chikmmagalur through forests and coffee and spice plantations, and continues till Madikeri in Coorg. The distance of 1200 Km has a the total elevation gain of almost 13250 Mts.

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The Map – Ultra Spice 1200

Ultra Spice 1750

Route – The longest Ultracycle race in India, introduced an UNSUPPORTED category in the 4th edition jan 2020, in addition to the existing format of RAAM Qualifer and Relay Team The Race follows the same route at the 1200 till one reaches Madikeri through the spectacular coffee and spice plantations of Coorg. Then it descends down from the Sahyadris to Iritty in Kerala before heading up to Wayanad. Heading into the Nilgiri mountains through Eucalyptus trees the route climbs up to Ooty at 2200Mt through a winding 25 km route. Turning around the route returns the same way back to Goa. The distance 1750 Km has a the total elevation gain of 22400 Mts.

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The Map – Ultra Spice 1750