|June 29, 2008|
|Westfir, Oregon [large map] 43.7564, -122.509|
America’s Toughest 100 Mile Mountain Bike Race
100 Miles – 50% Singletrack – 18,000 ft. of Climbing
The race consists of three laps that is approximately 33.5 miles long with 6,000 feet gain in vertical elevation. It starts out with a 17 mile climb on gravel roads, which then leads you onto a 2.5-3 mile climb on singletrack. The top of Sourgrass Mountain is at 4,700ft, which marks the top of the climb, but the climbing not quite over – racers still see another 3-4 miles of climbing on the descent. The singletrack is a fast, twisty trail that can see speeds upwards of 30mph, but be warned – one mistake will see you sailing over the edge, dropping 100-400ft off the bank – that’s if you don’t hit a tree first.
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