Race Details:

Presented By: Trans-Sylvania Productions

The Trans-Sylvania Mountain Bike Epic offers ala carte style registration, in a series of steps depending on the event and category you enter. Stay where you like, eat what you like, and pay only for what you need. 


Added for the 2019 race and continuing for the 2021 race - We're taking deposits to save your spot and lock in your price for the 5-day race Solo and Duo categories.  You can choose to pay in full or just pay a deposit.  Paying a deposit would take $400 ($800 for duo) off of the registration price.  You would have till April 1, 2022 to pay the $400 balance.  This promotion will end March 1, 2022.

5-Day Version

2022 Pricing
5-Day Solo
5-Day Duo
Team 2-4
Team 5-7
Team 8-10





3-Day Version

2022 Pricing
3-Day Solo
3-Day Duo




2022 RACE ROUTES TBD, but this will give you an idea 

Tuesday Poe Valley Stage - 33.6 miles 3,244 feet of elevation (5-Day only)
Wednesday Coopers Gap Stage - 34.8 miles 4,843 feet of elevation (5-Day only)
Thursday R.B. Winter Stage - 30.4 miles 2,727 feet of elevation (5 and 3-Day)
Friday Tussey Mountain Stage - 32.9 miles 3,274 feet of elevation (5 and 3-Day)
Saturday Bald Eagle Stage 22.5 miles 2,376 feet of elevation (5 and 3-Day)

CHOOSE YOUR RACE CATEGORY Lots of ways to come out and play

Race Solo in the open field, or in your age-group
Race Duo with three categories to choose from (female, male or co-ed duo teams)
Epic Team is the cost-effective way to spend time with each other
3-Day if you wanna spend a long-weekend on the East Coast Rocks

*We reserve the right to combine categories with low registrants.

Be sure to sign up any support staff, family or friends you'll be bringing with you to "Singletrack Summer Camp." After finishing the registration process for yourself purchase lodging or food for them, we bet they'll love you for that.

Refund, Deferrel and Transfer Policy

Once registered, TSE does not offer 100% refunds.  A 50% registration refund is available till February 15, 2022 (for new registrants of TSE2022).  After 2/25/2022, there are no refunds for any reason by TSE.   

WE STRONGLY ENCOURAGE YOU TO PURCHASE THE INSURANCE THAT IS OFFERED BY THE REGISTRATION SITE.  This should cover about 95% of the emails we get before the race asking for a refund (I.E. injuries, medical issue, etc.  Make sure to read through their information on what is covered under this insurance opportunity.  TSE has no control over insurance claims or refunds.)  If you register with the deposit program, you will need to purchase the insurance when you first register and once you pay your remaining balance. 

If the race is sold out, and we have someone on a waitlist to take your place, we may consider a transfer to TSE2023 with a possible transfer fee.

Hopefully COVID-19 is not an issue, or not as much of an issue that it has been come TSE2022.  If for some reason we can not hold TSE2022 because of COVID-19, we will have options for you to consider similar to what we did in 2020.  

CHOOSE YOUR LODGING Every entry includes a free campsite at TSEpic's Singletrack Summer Camp! During the registration process you can choose to updgrade to a spot for your RV or in one of the camp lodges.  For more thorough information on lodging, as well as other options in the area, visit our website.

CHOOSE YOUR FOOD PLAN Breakfast and dinner will be included with your 2022 registration.  If you have friend of family coming with you, don't forget some food for them.  Or you can eat on your own.  Folks in the Kriner, Kuntz, Eagle or Rimmey lodges can use those kitchens, and it’s not too far to head into town for a meal.

There are a few more questions during the registration process, to help make sure your time at TSEpic is as safe, and as fun, as possible. Much more information is available on our website. And you may contact us at any time to help answer questions that might come up.

Looking forward to seeing you at the 2022 Trans-Sylvania Mountain Bike Epic for our 11th Edition!



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