<strong>LOGAN—</strong> This weekend, Cache Valley will be hosting one of the most unique racing events in the nation, the Ragnar Relay. The Wasatch Back section of the circuit running from Logan to Park City is the inaugural course in an event that has spread across the nation.
In the nine years since its inception, the relay has grown in both popularity and publicity. Multiple media outlets have featured the relay and Cache Valley, including <a href=”http://espn.go.com/video/clip?id=6858255″ target=”_blank”>ESPN</a>.
As the event has grown, so has its effect on the community. Below are some specific areas of Cache Valley where <a href=”http://www.ragnarrelay.com/i/WB/county-notify/CacheCounty2012-PRINT.pdf” target=”_blank”>race officials have said</a> traffic will be impacted sometime between the hours of 5 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Friday, June 15.
For more information before the race, visit ragnarrelay.com or call (877) 83-RELAY. During the race, you can reach race officials by texting or calling their community hotline number at (661) RAGNAR-9 (661-724-6279). Don’t forget to check out CacheValleyDaily.com throughout the week and over the weekend for complete coverage of the Ragnar Relay.
The following streets and locations will have heavy traffic from 5 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday, June 15.
<ul> <li>800 E., 600 E. Paradise (Avon)</li> <li>I-89</li> <li>Canyon Road</li> <li>400 E. (River Heights)</li> <li>100 W. (Providence)</li> <li>Main Street (Nibley)</li> <li>800 E., 200 E., Main Street (Hyrum)</li> <li>300 W., 9300 S. (Paradise)</li> <li>SR-165 (Avon)</li> <li>Romney Stadium</li> </ul>