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CNP100

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Aug 6 & 7

MOUNTAIN & GRAVEL

GRIT. PASSION. PERSEVERANCE.

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MTB

30, 50 or 100 Kilometers approx.

The Crowsnest Pass 100 MTB Race is a 30, 50 or 100-kilometre mountain bike race in the beautiful and historic area of Crowsnest Pass in Southern Alberta, Canada. For the full 100 you will experience a mix of fire road 30%, double-track 30% and single track 40% from green to black diamond trails approximately, and a total elevation gain of 3296 metres or 10,813 feet. this is one of the most breathtaking and brutal mountain bike races anywhere! Race day is Saturday, August 6, 2022.

50, 100 or 150 kilometers approx.

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GRVL

The Crowsnest Pass 100 gravel racecourses will all be held on a 50-kilometre loop in the beautiful and historic area of Crowsnest Pass in Southern Alberta, Canada. The loop will have one rest stop out on the course with your personal bag drop approximately 25km in. The race loop will be on gravel, dirt and fire road, and road. The course features 1123 metres or 3684 feet of elevation gain per lap. It will be absolutely beautiful and brutal! Race day is Sunday, August 7, 2022.

BY THE NUMBERS

2

RACE

DISCIPLINES

3000+

ELEVATION

GAIN / METERS

100

MTB

DISTANCE / KM

150

GRAVEL

DISTANCE / KM

NOT INCLUDED

Babysitting; You need to be able to take care of yourself out there! This race is BRUTAL on the mountain or gravel course and should not be entered into lightly, not only will the distance and elevation eat the unprepared alive but the terrain is also difficult even for the seasoned rider.

Personal gear we strongly recommend bringing; Bear spray (mandatory), tools, tubes, water storage, water purifying tablets, lite jacket, and a navigation device (With amply battery).

INCLUDED

Rest stop stocked with water, bathroom and emergency food and first aid kits. Please pack a bag of your rest stop nutrition to be dropped off the day before the race. Riders will be sweeping the course with satellite phones if you are injured or in trouble stay on course. Intersections and turns will be marked with tent signs and the course will be marked with CNP100 pin flags. Your race map is available as a .GPX, .KML, or on the TrailForks app.

Buckles & Metals

  • 100 km mountain bike finisher buckle.

  • 50 km mountain bike finisher metal.

  • 150 km gravel bike finisher buckle.

  • 100 km gravel bike finisher metal.

SAFETY

Our team and volunteers will take your safety seriously and we will run multiple sweeps equipped with satellite phones if you run into trouble and need help stay on course and communicate with others about your situation. That being said, this race is for riders that can take care of themselves. We will have safety sweeps, stocked rest stops and satellite phone support. If you get injured, due to the distance and access to the course, it may take time before our team is aware of your situation and able to respond.

Cyclists in the Mountains

CNP 100 PARTNERS & VENDORS

Crowsnest Pass 100 is always looking to get more involved in the community. The Crowsnest Pass 100 donates a portion of every rider's registration back to the local trail association UROC. If you see an opportunity to get more involved with CNP100 please contact us and let's start the conversation.

 

FOOD & BEER GARDEN

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The team from The Pass Beer Company & The Rocky Mountain Gut Truck will be at the finish line serving up delicious apres indulgences for your hard work. Extra cost/ Not included.

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Crowsnest Coffee Company is a lifestyle, as well as a lovingly crafted roast.  We take pride in the quality of our beans, and staying true to our quest to deliver the best from our beans and ourselves.

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Alpenland has served Lethbridge and the surrounding area with the best in outdoor sports gear and apparel since 1976, with 3 store locations in Southern Alberta.

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Our mountain community of Crowsnest Pass offers amazing singletrack, stunning views, and accessible trail heads. When we established UROC in 2009, our vision wasn’t just to build mountain bike trails, it was to build a mountain bike community.

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After a few years in the Crowsnest Pass area, we knew this was where we belonged. After careful thought, November 1st 2019, we were enthusiastic to invest in the community. 

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Come on into our mountain café, located in the heart of Blairmore, Alberta. The Stone's Throw is your home for good eats, coffee and fun. If you haven't been here before, stop in and enjoy the local flavor; you're sure to get a warm welcome.

 

REGISTER FOR MTB OR GRVL

JOIN US AUGUST 6 & 7, 2022