Mohican Mountain Bike 100
May 30th, 2015 7am
Race Description: Criss-Cross four counties along a single loop, climb more than 11,000 feet, and go toe to toe with the top pros on this legendary ultra-endurance loop in Northeastern Ohio. The Mohican 100 features both a 100 mile and a 100 kilometer option with five fully stocked aid stations plus self-serve water stops.
ENTRY FEE INCLUDES:
- · 5 fully stocked aid stations
- · Post-race buffet, Your choice of a thick, juicy Porkchop or a half BBQ Chicken dinner with all the fixins
- ·Mohican MTB100 T-shirt No guarantee on size and availability for racers who are not pre-registered.
- · Custom Mohican MTB 100 Beer Mugs for 100k finishers and Custom Mohican 100 Growlers for 100 mile finishers.
- · Memories of Mohican Country that you will never forget.
Racers may pick up packets for other racers on Friday.
Web Site: Mohican MTB 100
Online registration will open in June and close on May 27th at 11:59 pm, however, racers can still register on site on Friday, May 29th, from 4pm until 7pm.
No Saturday morning registration is available. However, packet pickup is available at Mohican Adventures on Saturday morning.
MAKE SURE to PRINT OUT AND BRING YOUR MOHICAN FOREST WAIVER WITH YOU. This is required by the Ohio Division of Forestry.
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Date/Time: May 30th, 2015 7am
Location: Begins in downtown Loudonville, Ohio. Finish at Mohican Adventures located one mile from downtown.
Rewards: Can you say PREEEEM?!
The first racer to reach the city limits of Loudonville after the race start will receive a $200 reward courtesy of the Loudonville Convention and Visitors Bureau and Kim's Bikes of Loudonville.
Minimum $10,000 Cash, based on 700 entries, plus prizes will be awarded. A complete breakdown of awards will be announced.
Division winners also earn complimentary entry into next year’s race!
Trail Description: 100 miles or 100k loop consisting of 11,000+ feet of climbing along mostly singletrack, doubletrack or dirt roads, spanning 4 counties careening through some of the most remote and scenic areas in the rolling hills of Mohican Country. Climbs of nearly a mile, with elevation gains of 300+ feet, rock gardens, streams, and more! The 100 mile course is planned to include 5 fully stocked and manned feed stations, as well as several self-serve water stops. 100 mile competitors will have the choice of sending drop bags (labeled 1 Gallon Ziplock bag or camelback) to two aid stations of their choice with the exception of aid station one.
Limit: First 700 entry's
$150 pre-entry before Feb 1 (increase at 11:59 1/31/2015)
$180 pre-entry before May 28 (increase at 11:59 5/27/2015)
$200 for walk ups on May 29
$100 pre-entry before Feb 1 (increase at 11:59 1/31/2015)
$120 pre-entry before May 28 (increase at 11:59 5/27/2015)
$140 for walk ups on May 29
* The Mohican MTB100 has made the switch to Bikereg.com because they offer racer's lower fee's than comparable online registration services.
* To avoid difficulties with illegible and incomplete registration forms, there will be no snail mail entry offered. Racers must register online or register the day before the event. Forest Waivers will be available at packet pickup and will need to be signed for valid entry to be accepted. A list of Mohican MTB100 and 100k registrants is available at bikereg.com
No refunds, however, racers may transfer their registration to another racer until May 27th 11:59 PM by sending an email to email@example.com There is a $13 fee for transfers.
Switching from 100 mile to 100k: Because racers often do not know how their bodies will perform until just before race day, switching to a shorter distance is allowed. There is no refund of the difference in entry fee. You must let us know at packet pickup. No race day changes allowed. Please do not email or call to switch distances.
Entry Caps: 700 Racers
By AIR: For racers planning air travel to the event, Mohican recommends Akron Canton Airport (CAK) as a most convenient alternative. It is a small, friendly regional airport located 62.9 (1hr 11min) miles from the venue. The airport serves most major airlines including Southwest, Frontier, United, Delta, US Airways and Air Tran. The race is also located 74.7 miles (1 hr 25 min) from Cleveland Hopkins Airport (CLE) and 78.5 miles (1hr 27 min) from Port Columbus Airport (CMH).
FROM CLEVELAND - Take I-71 South to Exit # 173 (Mansfield / Lucas exit) to St. Rt. 39. Go East to Loudonville, approximately 18 miles. In town, take St. Rt. 3 South about 1.5 miles to Mohican Adventures.
FROM CANTON- Take US Route 30 west to Wooster, then St. Rt. 3 South to Loudonville, approximately 20 miles. Follow St. Rt. 3 through Loudonville. Mohican Adventures will be about 1.5 miles south of town.
FROM TOLEDO- Take US Route 75 South to US Route 30 East, then US Route 60 south to Loudonville. Pick up St. Rt. 3 south in Loudonville, follow that south of town 1.5 miles to Mohican Adventures.
FROM COLUMBUS - Take I-71 North to Exit #165 (Lexington / Bellville exit). Turn right onto St. Rt. 97. Go east approximately 20 miles, and 97 dead ends onto St. Rt. 3. Turn left on St. Rt. 3, come north past the Mohican State Park and it is about 1 mile to Mohican Adventures.
FROM AKRON -Take I-76 west to St. Rt. 21 south, 21 south to St. Rt. 585 south to Wooster. Pick up St. Rt. 3 south to Loudonville approximately 20 miles. Follow St. Rt. 3 through Loudonville, Mohican Adventures will be 1.5 miles south of town.
FROM Cleveland–Hopkins Airport
You will enter I-71 approximately 5 miles north of the Ohio Turnpike. For I-71 south, take exit #161 from the Ohio Turnpike. Proceed South on I-71 approximately 45 miles to Hwy. 250 (exit #186). Take 250 West approximately 1.7 miles to Hwy. 42 South. (If you find yourself in Ashland proper you’ve missed 42. There are several stoplights on 250 West between the one at the exit from I-71 and the one at the 42 South ramp). Make a left onto the Hwy. 42 South ramp just beyond an overpass. At end of ramp, turn right (south) onto 42. Take 42 about 1.7 miles. Watch for the "To 60 Loudonville" sign and turn left when you see it. After a very short connection, about 4 car lengths turn left again. ("To Loudonville 60" sign). After another very short distance you will meet up with Hwy. 60. At 60 turn right (South). Take Hwy. 60 South about 16 miles to State Route 3 in Loudonville. Mohican Adventures is located on 3058 on State Route 3.
Googlemaps Link: Googlemaps Link
100 k course:
100 mile course: http://connect.garmin.com/activity/319115365#.UaPi46JUZaA.email
Course changes may occur between now and race day.
The MTB100 and 100k are both a full loop course which connects many public and private properties. Nearly all of the private property trails are strictly off limit to the public, other than on race day. Please respect the rights of private property owners and do not poach private trails. Long live the Mohican MTB100.
Facilities: Conference Center/Campground with full hookups available and plenty of primitive camping and local motels near. Private hot showers near the finish line.
Places to Visit:
Pro Football Hall of Fame
MAPS Air Museum
2014 Video Highlights, Press Coverage and photos:
Video Highlights by Dirtwire.TV
Dirtwire.TV Race Coverage
Cycling News Race Coverage
Coverage by Quickdirt's James Knott
Mohican MTB100 Race Photo's By Butch Phillips
2013 Race Press Coverage:
Video Highlights by Thom Parsons at Dirtwire.TV
Cycling News Coverage: http://www.cyclingnews.com/races/national-ultra-endurance-nue-series-mohican-100-2013/results
Photos by Mike Jarosick: http://mjarosick.smugmug.com/Events/Ohio/2013-Mohican-100/29824834_nP9zsq#!i=2557113108&k=k6k6dJC
Photos by Butch Phillips Photography: http://www.butchphillips.com/2013mohican100/
Photos by COMBO Race Team: http://s765.photobucket.com/user/comboraceteam/library/2013%20Mohican%20100?sort=9&src=pb&page=1
2012 Race Press Coverage:
MTB Race News – July 3, 2012
Cycling News - June 4, 2012
Cycling Dirt - June 5: 2012