• Date
    Saturday September 3, 2022
    Saturday September 3, 2022
    past event
  • Type
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike
  • Location
    , Virginia United States
    464 Stokesville Rd. Mt. Solon, VA 22843
  • Website
Race Details:

Presented By: Shenandoah Mountain Touring, LLC

SATURDAY is the 100K - SUNDAY the is 100 MILER

------------------- As of now we will keep COVID precautions in place for 2021 Event--------------------
COVID RACE CHANGES for the 2021 event

1) Maximum participant limit each day. Saturday 9 am Start - Sunday 6:30 am Start. Spectating is not a thing this year.

2) Start waves will be in a grid by bib number. Masks can come off when you start. Timing will end when you cross the mat at the finish.  All waves will ratchet forward from grid to grid in an orderly fashion.

3) 100k - 2 DROP BAGS.  100 miler - 4 DROP BAGS

4) Aid Stations will have water and a single serving drink mix with some packaged food. Racers will be relying on their drop bags for 2021. 

5) Aid Stations will be single flow directionality and you will have to retrieve your drop bag and deposit it in the DONE bin.

6) Sanitizer will be available at the entry and exit of Aid Stations.


1) Please wear a mask if you are not vaccinated.

2) Camping in designated campsites only this year.

3) Day use parking will be in the field near the start below the Observatory.

4) We will not have the PASTA DINNER Saturday night nor the HUGE Sunday event FEAST We plan to have catered meals for participants Saturday and Sunday night.

5) We will NOT have a riders meeting nor a volunteer meeting. 

Route Description: 

Shenandoah Mountain 100 - THE 100K Marathon Distance route is now ON SATURDAY.

The Marathon distance course skips the Bridge Hollow / Bald Ridge Braley loop - skipping Station 4 and the DEATH CLIMB.  It is a very very fun time. The Marathon route only visits the first 3 aid stations.

The 100-mile route you have known to love is on SUNDAY!!! It is a huge backcountry loop. Come join us for this mountain bike race in Virginia's George Washington National Forest. The course will consist of singletrack, double track, and fire roads with a bit of pavement. Here is the 100-mile COURSE MAP  to view and a RIDEWITHGPS MAP HERE with a GPX Track.

Race Info: 
Transfer to another person $50 - from July 1st to Aug 15th
NO Transfers after Aug 15th - 11 PM
*** Entry EDITS *** like to another class or distance are possible until Sept 1st.
*We do not carryover entries to another year*
Picture ID/License is required at rider check in

100K Check in - Saturday's Event
- if Camping Friday 6:00 - 9:00pm or Saturday 7:00 - 8:30 am

100 MILE Check in - Sunday's Event
- Saturday 6:00 - 9:00 pm or Sunday 5:00 - 6:00 am
    The Shenandoah Mountain 100 is the most popular course in the NUE Series. Your entry fee includes aid stations 20 miles apart along the course. Full use of campground facilities: bathrooms, showers, swimming hole. Cash purse listed below. Class categories: Men and Women Open, Singlespeed, Masters(50+), Tandem, and Clydesdale. All competitors will receive a technical t-shirt and participant pint glass.

    Tent/Car camping at Stokesville Campground is included with entry for event weekend only. Friday to Monday. Limited Premium RV spots are available by advance reservation on this site for an additional $150 / $200 (size power pending). Stokesville Campground is the central location for Registration, Start/Finish, and awards. 

    We have a drop system organized where you can arrange to have supplies (lights, gear, food, etc.) left at the aid stations. You are allowed TWO (100K) or THREE (100 MILER)- 1 gallon ziploc bags to be used as drop bags that we will provide. That includes your lights!!!! If the ziploc cannot seal closed we will not send it onto the aid stations. No camelbak drops allowed unless it fits in one closed gallon ziploc bag.  They must be labeled with race number and are to be dropped off no later then 1 hour before the event start. They cannot be picked up again until the evening at the end of the race. If you are unable to pick up your supplies we can mail them back to you for $25. We are not responsible for any lost, stolen or missing drop bags.


100 Kilometer Route - There is 1 mini water station and 2 full service aid stations during the 100 K event.

100 Mile Route - There is 1 mini water station and 5 full service aid stations - though at as fully stocked during this COVID year. The aid stations high spirits will keep you rolling and having fun all day. When stopping at a station please do not drop your bike in the road, either keep it between your legs or walk it to the side of the road and place it clear from harms way.

    We will have cut-offs at Aid Station 4, 5, and 6 - they will be announced at the riders meeting as they will be partially based on forecasted weather. 

    We are in a tough spot with spectators - we can't have them. But we need some volunteers. So if you have family that "MUST ATTEND" we can put them to use as a volunteer. We have some great volunteer spots that could use their help. THIS YEAR MORE THEN EVER non racers MUST volunteer. Volunteers are a great aspect to this event as well as all of our other events, so please help out. 

Cash Payout Breakdown 100 Miler:
Top 5 Men Overall: 1st - $500, 2nd - $400, 3rd - $300, 4th - $250, 5th - $200
Top 5 Women Overall: 1st - $500, 2nd - $400, 3rd - $300, 4th - $250, 5th - $200

Cash Payout Breakdown: Marathon Distance

Top 3 Men Overall: 1st - $250, 2nd - $200, 3rd - $150, 4th & 5th - 2019 100K Entry
Top 3 Women Overall: 1st - $250, 2nd - $200, 3rd - $150, 4th & 5th - 2019 100K Entry

*Prizes will be awarded to all other categories at least 5 deep.


Aid Station Info:

Station #1 : approx. 1-2 hours

Water - You will have to stop while we fill your bottle. You will have to take off the lid and hold it yourself. No drop bags or food! Station 1 is where you come off Narrowback Mountain - Tillman West Trail. You have the climb up Lynn, the downhill on Wolf and just shy of 10 miles of fast rolling dirt and paved fireroad before station #2. Start the race with some food and eat it before station #2!

Station #2: 31 miles in - approx. 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 hours (this is also station #6 you will pass it again during your last 1-2 hours of the event)

Drops allowed. Station will be stocked with food and beverages to be announced at a later time.

Station #3: 45 miles in - approx. 3 1/2 to 5 hours -- 

Drops are allowed. Anything but specific food is discouraged. Station will be stocked with food and beverages to be announced at a later time.

Station #4: 57 miles in - approx. 4 1/2 to 6 1/2 hours – Cold Coke 

Drops are allowed. Anything but specific food is discouraged. Station will be stocked with food and beverages to be announced at a later time. This station is not in the 100K route>

Station #5: 75 miles in - approx. 5 1/2 to 10 hours -- Cold Coke

No one is permitted to continue past this section without lights and or approval from the boss past 4:20 PM. We reserve the right to forcibly pull you from the course despite your crying and whining and cuff you to a tree for any reason- ain't authority great! Warm clothes are suggested if you think you will be out after dark. There will be a cut off even if you have lights. This will be announced at the start. This station is not in the 100K route>

Station #6: 88 miles in - approx. 7 to 14 hours (station #2 from earlier in the day)

Additional lights may be needed at this point. If you have been riding from #5 in the dark it will take you at least 2 hours to finish the race in the dark. The leaders can do the last section in about 1 hour during daylight. not in the 100K route>

Directions for Event:

From the North on I-81 take exit 240. Follow Rt. 257 to Bridgewater. Take a left on Rt. 42 south, cross the bridge leaving Bridgewater and turn right onto Rt. 727. Follow to T and turn left staying on 727. Follow to stop sign, turn left onto Rt. 730, and follow to Stokesville. At next stop sign turn left on Rt. 730 again and cross over the Iron Bridge. The Stokesville Campground is immediately on your right.

From the South on I - 81 take exit 220 for Staunton VA 262. Follow Rt. 262 (Staunton Bypass) West around Staunton for 6.8 miles to Rt. 250. Left/West on Rt. 250 for 5.6 miles to Rt. 42 in Churchville. Right/North on Rt. 42 for 5.3 miles to Rt. 760. Left/West on Rt. 760 Bunker Hill Rd for 3.5 miles to Rt. 747. Left/West on 747 Free Mason Run for 1.1 miles where it becomes Rt. 730. Continue past the Stokesville Lodge and Campground exit around the bend to the left slowing at the Red Caboose and turn left just in front of the Iron Bridge at the yellow Stokesville Depot house and proceed up the hill into the Campground.

From West on the PA Turnpike - Take 70 east in Breezewood towards Washington D.C. - Take exit 1B (Rt. 522 South-Hancock exit). Go over the Potomac River through Beckeley Springs and into VA towards Winchester for a total of 40 miles before taking a right on 37 South just before Winchester (the 2nd stop light you come to in VA - a small sign for 81 South is at the turn). Follow 37 South to 81 South. Harrisonburg is about 65 miles South of Winchester.

Googlemaps Link
Places to visit while you are hereBig Grin owntown Harrisonburg  and Massanutten Resort’s Indoor Water Park!

Places to get some grub:

Billy Jack's Wing & Draft Shack and Jack Brown's Beer & Burger Joint

Local bike shop:

Shenandoah Bicycle Company


Video Coverage:


2013 Shenandoah Mountain 100 from Adventure Seen on Vimeo.

Shenandoah Mountain 100 - 2012 National Ultra Endurance (NUE) Series Mountain Bike Event from Shenandoah Mountain Touring on Vimeo.

Watch more videos on Flotrack

http://vimeo.com/31141601 - 2011 Shenandoah Mountain Touring


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