Race Details:

Presented By: Mohican 100/ OMBC

22nd Annual Mohican Mountain Bike 100

NEW RACE DATE: 2023 Race on Saturday, May 20 at 7AM

For lodging reservations please contact Mohican Adventures at [email protected] or call 419-994-2267. Please leave a detailed message and they will get back to you shortly.

2022 Video Highlights from Dirtwire.TV 

2022 Race Photos by Butch Phillips Photography

2022 Race Report at MTB Race News

2021 Race Photos by Butch Phillips Photography

2021 Video Highlights from Dirtwire.TV

2021 MTB Race News 100 mile

2021 MTB Race News 100k

2021 Richland Source Local Race Coverage

2020 Richland Source Local Race Coverage


Mohican MTB100 Mile race report at MTBRaceNews

2019 Race Photos by Butch Phillips Photography 


Mansfield News Journal 

2018 Photos by Butch Phillips Photography

2018 100k Race Report at MTBRacenews

2018 100 Mile Race Report at MTBRaceNews

2017 Dirtwire.TV Short Video Highlights

MTBRaceNews 100 Mile Race Report

2017 Full Mohican MTB100 Video Highlights at Dirtwire.TV

 2017 Mohican MTB100 Race Photos by Butch Phillips Photography


Location: Race begins in downtown Loudonville, Ohio. Finish at Mohican Adventures located one mile from downtown.

Race Description: Criss-Cross three counties along a single loop, climb 10,000 feet, and go toe to toe with the top pros on this legendary ultra-endurance loop in Northeastern Ohio. The Mohican 100 features both a 100 mile and a 100-kilometer option with seven fully stocked aid stations.

Racers gave Mohican a 4.5 out of 5 on race advisors:

"Mohican 100 Mile 2017 Race"

Thanks for the grand adventure. I prefer the 100 mile courses that do not repeat themselves. Great course
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Deerfield, Ohio
"100 k"

This was my first Mohican 100k. It was amazing. I have completed several Ironman, dozens half Ironman and American TTT. Hands down the most mentally and physically thing I have ever done. The course came at you the whole time. I can't wait to do it again.
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Tim Chylik
Macedonia, Ohio
"Great race venue"

I did the Mohican 100k version (this was my 4th time) and it never ceases to amaze. Lots of amazing single track with some time on gravel and paved roads. This will challenge you, a few very steep hike a bike sections and a nice decent with water bars to challenge your skill.
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Lake, Ohio
"Epic race. Very challenging."

Excellent aid stations
Wonderful volunteers
Excellent trail markings (signs, road paint and plastic tape)
Very well organized
Great post race vibe
At 15 years, they have dialed in this race
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Jeremy Johnson
Manhattan, New York

Race Info:

ENTRY FEE INCLUDES: ·Race entry· 7 fully stocked aid stations, Mohican MTB100 T-shirt, no guarantee on size and availability for racers who are not pre-registered. Custom Mohican MTB 100 Beer Mugs for finishers, Memories of Mohican Country that you will never forget.

Be sure to stash a few dollars to visit our food vendors   

Grants Gauc and Roll


Limit: First 700 entry's 

100 Mile
$150 pre-entry before December 1 (increase at 11:59pm 12/1/2022)
$170 pre-entry before February 1 (increase at 11:59pm 2/1/2023)

$190 pre-entry before May 1 (increase at 11:59pm 5/1/2023

$210 for walk ups on Friday, May 19

$130 pre-entry before December 1 (increase at 11:59pm 12/1/2022)
$150 pre-entry before February 1 (increase at 11:59pm 2/21/2023)

$170 pre-entry before May 1 (increase at 11:59pm 5/1/2023)

$190 for walk ups on Friday, May 19

Online registration will close at 9pm EST on Thursday May 18, however, racers can still register on site on Friday, May 19, from NOON until 9pm. There will be no race day registration.

No refunds will be offered; however, we offer the following transfer policy:

TRANSFER POLICY: Transfers can only be made online while registration is open

No Saturday morning registration is available. However, packet pickup is available at Mohican Adventures on Saturday morning.

No transfers from 100k to 100 mile or 100 mile to 100k accepted on Saturday.

Racers may pick up packets for other racers on Friday.


Cash Awards for 2023: 


100 Mile:
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
 *Prizes will be awarded to all other categories at least 5 deep


Top 5 Men Overall: 1st-$300, 2nd-$200, 3rd-$150, 4th-$125, 5th-$100

Top 5 Women Overall: 1st-$300, 2nd-$200, 3rd-$150, 4th-$125, 5th-$100
*Prizes will be awarded to all other categories at least 5 deep


Division winners also earn complimentary entry into next year’s race!

Trail Description:100 miles or 100k loop consisting of 10,000 feet of climbing along mostly singletrack, doubletrack or dirt roads, spanning four counties careening through some of the most remote and scenic areas in the rolling hills of Mohican Country. Climbs of nearly a mile, with elevation gains of 300+ feet, rock gardens, streams, and more! The 100-mile course is planned to include seven fully stocked and manned feed stations, as well as a self-serve water stop. 100-mile competitors will have the choice of sending drop bags (labeled 1 Gallon Ziplock bag or Hydrapak) to two aid stations of their choice. Aid station one and 3.5 is excluded for drop bags.

Googlemaps Link to Mohican Adventures Packet Pickup and Race Finish

Downtown Mass Start returns for 2023!

The downtown race start allows racers about 5 miles of paved and gravel road becoming double track before entering singletrack. 

2023 Maps, GPS and Elevation Charts

Maps are subject to change between now and race day, but all racers will be notified of any changes. 

Mohican 100 mile 2023 - A bike ride in Loudonville, OH (ridewithgps.com)

Mohican 100km 2023 - A bike ride in Loudonville, OH (ridewithgps.com)

Extreme Rain Plan B: If the racecourse should ever receive days of soaking rains, to protect the Mohican State Park/Memorial State Forest trail system, Racers will be routed through trails at Mohican Adventures to connect to SR3 then follow SR3 for about two miles to County Road 3275 where racers will pick up the remainder of the course.  

Course changes may occur between now and race day.

The MTB100 and 100k are both a full loop course that connects many public and private properties. Nearly all of the private property trails are strictly off limit to the public, other than on race day. Please respect the rights of private property owners and do not poach private trails. Long live the Mohican MTB100.

Note to racers regarding horses on the Blue Trail:
Horses may be traveling along a short section of the Blue Trail from the end of the snowmobile trail, crossing SR97 to CR3234, about five miles past aid station one. Although notices have been put up requesting that they avoid this section of trail until 1pm, this is a public horse trail. If you encounter a horse, YOU MUST, stop and walk your bike or pull your bike off the trail to allow them to pass. Horses often view moving bicycles as predators and can panic, causing a real danger to the rider! Be sure to talk to the horseman as you approach and as they pass since this will help put the horses at ease. If an incident occurs because of your neglect of this rule, you may be disqualified.


Facilities: Conference Center/Campground with full hookups available and plenty of primitive camping and local motels nearby. Private hot showers near the finish line.


Massage Services may be available at the finish line inside the Conference center for just $1 per minute. Offering specific massage modalities like sports massage, deep tissue, Swedish 



Mohican Adventures (Packet Pick Up and Finish of the race)


3058 State Route 3 P.O. Box 263 Loudonville, OH 44842



Mohican Lodge & Conference Center
1098 Ashland County Road 3006, PO Box 429, Perrysville, OH 44864.

NOTE- GPS / Mapping Address: 4700 Goon Road, Perrysville, OH 44864. Lodge Phone: 419-938-5411 Lodge Fax: 419-938-7504.

Mohican Lodge and Conference Center overlooks Pleasant Hill Lake and is located about 10 miles or 20 minutes from the race start/finish in Loudonville, Ohio. This resort lodge has 96 guestrooms, Bromfield's restaurant open breakfast 8 to 10:30, Lunch 11 to 2, and Dinner is 5 to 9 , lounge, gift shop, outdoor pool, indoor pool and dry sauna. Additional info regarding the lodge is available at www.mohicanstateparklodge.com

Guestroom Reservation Info: Guestrooms for the 2022 Mohican MTB are available at a special group rate on a space available basis. Participants MUST identify themselves with the Mohican MTB 100 Group to receive the Special Group Rate + Tax. NOTE:  These Special Group Rates are Not Available via the Internet. Please do not call central reservations. Please call the front office at (419)-938-5411 to receive the group rate.

May 19 and 20,2023

Room Type

Special Group Rate per Night

Market Rate

Discounted rate after taxes and fees

Queen size bed (2 beds)




Queen size bed with a view (2 beds)




King size bed with a view (1 bed)





These rates are based on availability. As long as we have availability your racers can call the front desk and give the group name MTB100 to book their rooms at the discounted rate.

Because these rooms are already at a group discount, no other room discounts or packages will apply. Check-In Time is 4:00pm. Check-Out Time is 11:00am. A first night deposit for the room charge plus tax is required to guarantee reservation. Individual cancellations may be made up to 3 days prior to the arrival date for full refund of the deposit. Good Luck in the race and we look forward to having you as our guest.

Mohican Cabins , 440-799-3419, Mohican Cabins is located at 22650 Vess Road, Glenmont, Ohio, 44628 just 5 miles south of Loudonville off of Wally Road. Located within walking distance of Aid Station Three!

The Blackfork Inn B&B, a Victorian getaway with two suites and six guest
rooms, all with private baths, just a few blocks from Main Street 's quaint
shops and restaurants, and easy access to the bike trails. HEADS UP RACERS: This B&B is located just 1 mile down the paved bike trail from Mohican Adventures and 2 blocks from the start of the race in downtown Loudonville.
303 North Water St.,
Loudonville, OH 44842
419-994-3252 [email protected]

Landoll’s Mohican Castle

561 TR 3352
Loudonville, OH 44842
419-994-3427, 800-292-5001
5 Miles from Mohican Adventures

Mohican Outdoor School
5370 Bunker Hill Rd. N.
Butler, OH 44822
10 Miles from Mohican Adventures

Little Brown Inn

940 South Market Street 419-994-5525

LBI is located less than a mile from the race start and just blocks away from Mohican Adventures finish. The paved bike path from Mohican Adventures to downtown Loudonville passes by the Little Brown Inn. No need to drive.

Welcome to Wishmaker House


Come and enjoy a relaxing getaway in the heart of Mid Ohio! The Wishmaker House Bed and Breakfast is a renovated 10,000 sq ft 1890s home in Bellville, Ohio.

16.5 miles from Mohican Adventures


Luftberg Farm B&B

6600 Bunkerhill South Road

Butler OH 44822

Just 9 miles from the square in Loudonville, this spacious modern country home has 2 large bedrooms with queen beds, 1 larger room with two 3/4 beds with trundles and a sitting area, and one suite that is suitable for a family with children. Three sitting porches overlook the valley and the woods. Reservations includes a hearty country breakfast.

Call for more information/reservations



about 10 miles from Mohican Adventures


Apple Valley Condos

420 Clubhouse Dr.

Howard, OH 43028


17 miles from Mohican Adventures


31 very nice rentals at Apple Valley Lake.  We are just 20 minutes south on route 3. 


Comfort Suites, Wooster 

965 Dover Rd. Wooster OH 44691

30 minutes (23.5 miles) from Mohican Adventures

King or Two Queen Suites - All rooms have mini-fridge, microwave, and coffee pot. Breakfast included in the morning. 

Rate of $109 - Reserve your room here:





Mohican Highlights:

Mohican Wilderness MTB Race Course
Mohican-Memorial State Forest
Mohican State Park
Covered Bridges
Bridge of Dreams
Turkey Ridge & Camp Mohaven
Buckhaven "Ball'z Alley"
Mohican Trail
Mohican Adventures



Submit your name and area of expertise to [email protected].
Volunteers will receive a free race entry toward an OMBC Series Race , Mohican MTB100 Tee and placed on the guest list for the post-race BBQ
Aid Captains and other positions of responsibility pay cash and/or complimentary entry into next year’s race.

Please include special qualifications, experience, and in what area you would like to help



Race entry
Aid stations
Mohican MTB100 T-shirt
Note: There may be additional T-Shirts available,
however, there is no guarantee on size and availability for racers
who are not pre-registered.
Custom Mohican MTB 100 Beer Mugs for 100k finishers, Custom Mohican MTB100 Growlers for 100 mile finishers
Memories of Mohican Country that you will never forget


Schedule of Events:

3pm-9pm Registration and Packet Pickup
Saturday Morning packet pick-up is also available beginning 6am at Mohican Adventures
for pre-registered racers. There is no need to worry if you're arriving late. ("

Note: NO registrations accepted on Saturday. Drop bags are located in your race packet and can be placed in the bins on Friday AND Saturday morning. All drops will head to aid stations at 7am.


6am-7am Packet Pick-up only (No Registration)

7am All Races, 100 mile and 100k, mass rolling start with racers released at the city limites.

All races begin beneath Mohican MTB100 banner on main street 

3pm: 100k All categories and Men’s 100 Mile Awards Presentation

5pm: Singlespeed and Masters 100 Mile Awards Presentation

6pm: Women’s 100 Mile Awards Presentation


Press coverage and video:



2016 Video Highlights by Dirtwire.TV

2016 Photos by Stephanie Austin and Dan Heichel

2016 Photos by Butch Phillips Photography

2016 Photos by Chris Chaney

2015 Video Highlights, Press Coverage and Photos:

Thanks to everyone who came out to this years Mohican Mountain Bike 100!

Race Results

Race photos By Butch Phillips Photography

Video Interviews and Highlights from Dirtwire.TV

Loudonville Times Pre-Race Coverage

Richland Source Race Coverage

Cycling News Race Coverage

MTB Race News Coverage

Dirtwire.TV Mohican Mini Movie

Mountain Bike Radio Show "The Last Aid Station"

2014 Video Highlights, Press Coverage and photos:

Video Highlights by Dirtwire.TV

Dirtwire.TV Race Coverage

Cycling News Race Coverage

Coverage by Quickdirt's James Knott

Mohican MTB100 Race Photo's By Butch Phillips

Amateur Video shot by Tom Roepke


2013 Video Highlights, Press Coverage and Photos:



Video Highlights by Thom Parsons at Dirtwire.TV

Cycling News Coverage

Photos by Mike Jarosick

Photos by Butch Phillips Photography

Photos by COMBO Race Team

Area attractions:

Camping and Canoeing
Amish Country
Horse Back Riding
Go Karts
Adventure Mini Golf
Tree Frog Canopy Tours (View the race from the tree tops)
Ariel Adventure Park


Pro Football Hall of Fame

Akron Zoo

MAPS Air Museum

McKinley Monument


For More information about the Mohican area:

Loudonville-Mohican Area Convention and Visitors Bureau


For questions, contact:

Email preferred over phone calls, especially a day or two before the race, thanks.

Mohican MTB 100 Race Director
Ryan O'Dell
[email protected]
PO Box 97
Butler, OH 44822



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