The Friday Car Show is FREE to attend as a spectator. If you want to register your car to participate in the Car Show, there is a fee. Event passes will go on sale spring 2020.
We welcome car fans of all ages! Fur-babies and other pets need to stay at home.
Passes to all SVTdF events will go on sale in spring 2020 – please sign up for our Newsletter for all future updates in the meantime!
Sure! Outside food and drinks are permitted, but alcohol is strictly prohibited.
We don’t publish a list of entrants for the high-speed event, as some of our participants request that we respect their privacy and anonymity. We will mention certain cars as the event approaches – watch this space!
Other events throughout the Sun Valley Tour de Force weekend include the Huckleberry Drive and the Friday Car Show. All ages are welcome to attend both events, provided you have a valid drivers license. Event passes will go on sale in spring 2020.
Guests are welcome to take photos and video, but all spectators must be 300 feet off the road. People approached by Blaine County Law Enforcement and Sun Valley Tour de Force event personnel will need to follow all rules and safety regulations while the high-speed event is occurring. Event personnel and safety officers will stop the event if people are not at a safe distance from the road.
Yes, Harriman Trail will be open to bikes. Please adhere to all volunteer and event personnel during the event and when crossing Highway 75. We will offer a bike trailer on the three mile course throughout the event, helping bikers move past the course while traffic is open. Please feel free to use this free service for your safety and convenience. Thank you for your patience!
When the course is hot (cars on the road) the road will be closed to traffic. Traffic will be stopped traveling North and South for approximately 15-20 minutes when the road is closed. Thank you for your patience! If you have concerns, please e-mail us: [email protected]