Click this URL link to register for the 100 or 50 mile distance :https://www.bikereg.com/telluride100
2015, 2016, 2017 and 2020 we sold out but had a waiting list. The Uncomphagre National Forest Service is allowing 300 spots this year.
Once the race is full, how does the waiting list work?
1) Any spots given up will go to racers on the waiting list on a first come/first serve basis.
2) We assume that if you are on the waiting list you would like a spot so if by chance you change your mind please remove yourself from the waitlist.
3) For the years that we sold out enough spots opened up and 90% of those on the wait list had an opportunity to race if they wanted to, so don't hesitate to sign up, your chances are favorable.
Colorado Search & Rescue Card is REQUIRED for all race participants!
San Miguel County Search & Rescue has asked that all racers have a Colorado S&R card. It is $3 for one year OR $12 for 5 years and has tons of great benefits. You can purchase yours online today:
100 Mile Men & Women
*Elite/Open $3000 ($1500 split between womens & mens groups) – 10 places deep. Trophies 5 places deep.
*Age groups and Single Speed have Trophies 5 places deep.
We will have medals for all finishers and a special/commemorative “Telluride 100″ specific miners coins for all racers that finish under 13 hours. All registrants and volunteers get a limited edition race t-shirt and other fun give-a-ways.
50 Mile Women & Men all age groups - trophies 5 deep.
MANDITORY Pre-Race Meeting Notes
A link to pre-race meeting notes will be emailed to all participants.
Location: Gondola Plaza at 300 W. San Juan Ave. Telluride, Co 81435
Time: 3:00-6:00PM - Friday, July 29th.
For 2022 - The National Forest Permit allows for 300 spots.
Full refunds until July 9th 2022.
Race Proceeds will Benefit Awesome Non-Profit Groups
Donations on behalf of the race in previous years have been given to San Miguel County Search & Rescue and Telluride Mountain Club.
Please see NUE rules: https://nuemtb.com/official-rules/
We also follow USAC rules of racing - USAC Rulebook: Please note that Chapters 1 & 5 are what are most relevant to Marathon Mtn. Biking: https://usacycling.org/resources/rulebook