Indianapolis - Event Information
Welcome to your go-to guide for 24 Hours of Booty Indianapolis! Here you can find the most updated information about the ride, the food, the campground and more. Click the links below to find out more.
Packet Pick up
Early Packet pick-up
Visit Nebo Ridge Bicycles on Thursday, June 26th 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. Located at 4335 West 106th Street, Suite 900, Carmel, IN 46032. Please contact 24 Hours of Booty regarding packet pick up questions.
Event day Packet Pick-up Hours
Friday, June 27th: 1p.m. - Midnight
Saturday, June 28th: 5 a.m. until 5 p.m.
Visit the registration tent in Bootyville. If you know that you will be arriving between midnight and 5 a.m. please let us know.
Requirements for packet pickup:
- You must pick up your own packet in person and show your photo ID to participate in the event. Upon receiving your packet, an orange wristband will be placed on your right wrist. Keep your wristband on throughout the event so you can enter and exit the course and have access to all the meals and snacks!
- You must meet your fundraising minimum before picking up your packet.
You can speed up the packet pickup process by fulfilling your requirement before packet pickup day. If you aren't able to fulfill the requirement before pickup, you will be directed to the Donation Station on site.
- Participants under 18 years of age are required to have a parent or guardian sign a waiver to obtain their packets. Waivers for minors will be available at Packet Pick Up on Thursday and Friday.
From the north on I-65 (Chicago)
Take 1-865 East to I-465 east and then take Exit 31, Meridian Street. Turn right on Meridian Street, travel to W Hampton Drive and turn right. At Sunset Avenue turn right. Follow event signage for parking.
From the north on I-69 (Detroit)
Take I-465 West to Exit 31, Meridian Street. Turn Left on Meridian Street, travel to W Hampton Drive and turn right. At Sunset Avenue turn right. Follow event signage for parking.
From the south on I-65 (Louisville)
Take Exit 113, Meridian Street (north) travel to W Hampton Drive and turn left. At Sunset Avenue turn right. Follow event signage for parking.
From the southeast on I-74 (Cincinnati)
Take I-465 West to I-65 North and then take Exit 113, Meridian Street (North) Turn right on Meridian Street, travel to W Hampton Drive and turn left. At Sunset Avenue turn right. Follow event signage for parking.
From the east on I-70 (Columbus, Ohio)
Take I-65 North to Exit 113-Meridian Street (north) Turn right on Meridian Street, travel to W Hampton Drive and turn left. At Sunset Avenue turn right. Follow event signage for parking.
From the West on I-70 (St. Louis)
Take I-465 North to Exit 17, 38th Street; Turn right on 38th street, travel to Clarendon Road and Turn left. (Clarendon is immediately past Crown Hill Cemetery.) Travel to Hampton Drive and turn right. At the next stop sign, turn left onto Sunset Avenue, and then follow event signage for parking.
Event Parking will be located in the Irwin Library parking lot on Sunset Avenue. Please Use W. Hampton from Meridian to get to Sunset Avenue.
The 24 Hours of Booty campground is a place to kick back, relax, and enjoy your teammates and friends. Bring your tents, blankets, canopies and other camping gear to set up in the Bootyville campground area.
Purchase a Team Tent and/or RV space:
Team tents are availble for rental through 24 Hours of Booty. Teams are welcome to bring their own pop-up tents, but they can also be rented (and set up for you!). 10x10 and 20x20 options are available, as well as tables and chairs. Make your team tent a set-up to remember!
Deadline to Purchase a Team Tent/RV Space has passed.
- The campground will open at 1:00 p.m. for the Top 10 Fundraising Teams and 2:00 p.m. for all riders and teams. Campsites are on a first come, first served basis.
- 24 Hours of Booty does not allow promotions or solicitation in the campground. If you or your team members are interested in promoting a product or company, check here for more information about sponsorships and the expo.
- The campground is an alcohol and smoke free environment. Please do not bring alcoholic beverages or tobacco products to the event.
- Open campfires, grills, flames, generators, cars, and trailers are NOT ALLOWED in the campground.
Showers will be available the full 24 hours at the Butler University Health and Recreation Complex, next to Hinkle Fieldhouse. Make sure to bring your own towels and any other shower supplies you need.
There is plenty of food throughout the 24 Hours of Booty weekend. Three full meals, plus a midnight pizza party and unlimited snacks and drinks will keep you well fueled to meet your mileage goals. We work with great local caterers to make sure there is plenty of variety. There are always vegetarian options available - if you have other dietary restrictions we suggest that you bring additional food to supplement.
Friends and Family Meals
3-Meal Wristbands and individual Meal Tickets can be purchased for friends and family that are coming to the event to support the riders and enjoy the atmosphere. 3-Meal wristbands cost $20 each, which include all meals plus snacks. You can also purchase individual meal tickets for $10 ($6 for kids) for dinner, breakfast, or lunch.
Wristbands and meal tickets must be picked up on-event at the meal-ticket table (near the main food tent), under the name of the purchaser.
The 24 Hours of Booty course in Indianapolis is a 3.5 mile loop that rolls through the beautiful neighborhoods around Butler University.
While the course is closed and has full police support, we want to make sure the event is safe and fun for everyone. Keep these things in mind as you ride:
- Children must be at last 12 years old and comfortable riding in a crowd to participate.
- Enter and exit only at the start/finish area.
- Helmets are required. Lights (both front and back) are required when riding after dark.
- Obey all traffic laws and rules of the road.
- Aerobars are not permitted on the course.
- Headphones and cell phones are not allowed while riding.
- Be aware that cyclists on the course have varying levels of experience. Ride carefully and watch for other riders, vehicles and pedestrians on the course.
One of the great things about 24 Hours of Booty is that riders can set the goal that is right for them! There are cancer survivors riding just a few laps after completing treatment, riding with people who want to hit the 300 mile mark. Check the training page for several plans from our friends at Total Cyclist.