RACE INFO

 

  1. Events to choose from
  • 100 mile open class male
    • You must be 18 years of age or older by race day to participate in the 1oo Mile X100.
  • 100 mile open class female
    • You must be 18 years of age or older by race day to participate in the 1oo Mile X100.
  • 100 mile 3 person team relay
    • You must be 16 years of age or older by race day to participate in the 100 mile team Race with waiver signed by a legal guardian.
  • 50 mile single track male
    • You must be 16 years of age or older by race day to participate in the 50ST Race with waiver signed by a legal guardian.
  • 50 mile single track female
    • You must be 16 years of age or older by race day to participate in the 50ST Race with waiver signed by a legal guardian.
  • 20 mile sport single track male
    • You must be 12 years of age or older by race day to participate in the 20 mile Sport Race and 10 mile fun race with waiver signed by a legal guardian.
  • 20 mile sport single track female
    • You must be 11 years of age or older by race day to participate in the 20 mile Sport Race and 10 mile fun race with waiver signed by a legal guardian.
  • 10 mile fun trail race men
    • You must be 9 years of age or older by race day to participate in the 20 mile Sport Race and 10 mile fun race with waiver signed by a legal guardian.
  • 10 mile fun trail race female
    • You must be 9 years of age or older by race day to participate in the 20 mile Sport Race and 10 mile fun race with waiver signed by a legal guardian.
  1. Packet pick up is from 4pm-9pm on August 28th.
  2. All X100-mile riders ONLY are required to attend the pre-race rider meeting. The meeting will be held at 6:30am at the Ranch Rudolf start line.
  3. Three-person teams consist of three riders; teams can be men, women or a combination.
  4. You will receive a front race plate; all riders must have a plate on the front of their bike to race.  DO NOT lose it; your timing chip is fixed to the back of your race plate.
  5.  Preferred start for 100 mile individual racers can be requested if you have raced and finished any other 100 mile mountain bike ride in 8 hours or less, please email the race director at infer@x100race.com your previous results to be seeded.
  6.  Awards will be given to the top three finishers in each of the following classes.
    1. Men’s Open 100
    2. Women’s Open 100
    3. Three-person team 100
    4.  Awards will be given to the top three finishers per age category in each of the following classes.
      1. Men’s Open 50 single track
      2. Women’s Open 50 single track
      3. Men’s Open 20 Sport single track
      4. Women’s Open 20 Sport single track
      5. Men’s Open 10 mile fun race
      6. Women’s Open 10 mile fun race

 

10. CASH PRIZES:

1st place Men’s X100 open – $400

2nd place Men’s X100 open – $300

3rd place Men’s X100 open – $200

4rd place Men’s X100 open – $100

5rd place Men’s X100 open – $50

1st place Women’s X100 open – $400

2nd place Women’s X100 open – $300

3rd place Women’s X100 open – $200

4rd place Women’s X100 open – $100

5rd place Women’s X100 open – $50

11. Aid Stations are staffed by event volunteers and will be approximately every 12-15 miles apart on the course. All aid stations will be stocked with water, hammer electrolyte and gel products. Three of the aid stations at approximately the 30 mile, 50 mile and 70 mile markers will be stocked with food like banana’s, oranges, combo’s and nutrition or fig bars.

12. Three-person relay teams will transfer at approximately 35 miles in for the first team transfer and approximately 70 miles in for the second team transfer. Teams must transfer their race plate to the next rider. Vehicles for team racers are allowed at the transfer station.

13. Drop bags are allowed at the Aid stations at mile markers 35 and 70. IF YOU CHOOSE TO PLACE A DROP BAG OTHER THAN THE ZIP LOCK BAG PROVIDED AT ONE OR TWO OF THE AID STATIONS OR IN ANOTHER LOCATION YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR GETTING IT THERE AND PICKING IT UP. DROP BAGS WILL BE LIMITED TO ONE, 1 GALLON ZIP LOCK BAG PER DROP LOCATION THAT MUST BE SEALED. ZIPLOCK DROP BAGS MUST BE DROPPED OFF BY 7AM THE DAY OF THE RACEAND THE X100 CREW WILL HAVE THEM READY FOR YOU AT THE AID STATION.

14. Racers must finish the race on the same bike they started the race with. The exception is three-person teams, where each team member can use his/her own bike.

15. Support crews are prohibited on the racecourse to aid you but are not allowed to ride with you.

16. For safety reasons there will be two cut off points for all 100-mile racers are mile 45 and mile 70. If you do not meet the cut off time at mile 45, you can ride approximately 5 miles back to the Ranch. If you do not make the cut off at mile 70 we will provide transportation leaving from mile at approximately 5PM back to the Ranch. Cut off times will be published closer to race day but will generally be based on an 8 mile per hour average pace.

17. Neither the course nor the roads are closed. This means both are open to other riders, hikers, spectators and vehicles. PLEASE PAY ATTENTION.

18. There are multiple road crossings. Look around, cross with caution!

19. All riders who drop out must notify a race official, because of the length of the course all riders must be accounted for. For safety reasons PLEASE do not leave the event prior to finishing without notifying a race official. There are three designated drop out stations where there are drivers to take you back to the Ranch.

20. LEAVE NO TRACE! GEL PACKS, CLIFF WRAPERS, are non-compostable items. DO NOT throw them on the trail; put them in your pocket. Help keep our forests beautiful and respect the jobs of our volunteer clean up crews. Any trash, Gel packs, water bottles, blown tires, etc. can be discarded at the finish or any aid station.

21. All Racers receive a swag bag with a free T-shirt (IS REGISTERED BY 8.12.13), sponsor samples and two drink tickets.

22. Preliminary results will be posted throughout the event.

23. Final results will be posted when all riders have finished the race.

24. Protests must be filed with a race official within 30 minutes after the last racer finishes.

25. Helmets are required for all racers.

26. Because of safety and the ability to hear other riders, music devices are not recommended during the race.

27. Please use proper bike etiquette, yielding to passing riders.

28. Every effort will be made to have a well-marked course. The route will be marked with over 2,000 X100 signage, arrows, caution tape and paint. It is the rider’s ultimate responsibility to read and follow route signs. This is a MOUNTAIN BIKE RACE, know your limits.

29. All racers signed up prior to August 12th will receive an X100 T-Shirt, we cannot guarantee a T-shirt for anyone who registers after August 12th.

30. Registration will be closed on 8.22.13 AT 12:01AM,

31. If you have any questions, please stop a race official and ask them for help.