CROWSNEST PASS 100
MTB endurance race Alberta's front range
August 15, 2020
Grit. Passion. Perseverance.
The Crowsnest Pass 100 is a 50 or 100-kilometre mountain bike race in the beautiful and historic area of Crowsnest Pass in southern Alberta, Canada. With a mix of fire road, double track and single track, and a total elevation gain of approximately 3000 metres (10,000 feet), this is one of the most breathtaking and brutal mountain bike races anywhere! Race day is Saturday, August 15, 2020.
Finisher 100 BUCKLE or 50 metal
First Aid sweep
You need to be able to take care of yourself out there.
Bear spray, tools, tubes, techs
Our team and volunteers will take your safety seriously. This race is for riders that can take care of themselves. We will have safety sweeps, rest stops-stocked, and backcountry radio 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.
10,000 feet. 100km. 3 passes
Rules. More event info.
The Crowsnest Pass 100 is an individual mountain bike race. The racecourse utilizes some public backcountry/fire roads. The roads are unpaved and very lightly used (you could go the whole day without seeing a vehicle), however, it is the racers responsibility to follow traffic laws while on course.
The use of drop bars or aero bars is prohibited. Flat bar style mountain bikes are allowed, this is a mountain bike race.
Racers will be lightly supported during the event, so should be prepared for self-sufficiency. While there will be two aid stations, racers should come prepared to handle hydration, nutrition, mechanical issues and general first-aid on their own. It’s a long course with long distances between aid stations, and it travels into the backcountry!