Click this URL link to register: https://www.bikereg.com/telluride100
- 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 -
- For the 100 mile it will be the first on the Elite/Open group and then to age group participants.
- 2) We assume that if you are on the waiting list you would like a spot and if by chance you change your mind remove yourself from the waitlist or you will be charged.
- 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 great benefits. You can purchase yours online today by visiting this website: https://dola.colorado.gov/sar/cardPurchase.jsf
- 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.
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 on June 1st, 15th and July 1st.
Packet/Number Plate Pickup
Location: Gondola Plaza at 300 W. San Juan Ave. Telluride, Co 81435
Full refunds until June 15th 2023.
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