Mohican MTB 100

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Mohican MTB 100
Race details
Date Early June
Region Mohican State Park, Ohio
Discipline Mountain Bike
Type 100 Mile Ultra Endurance
Race director Ryan O'Dell
History
First edition 2004 (2004)
Editions 11

The Mohican MTB 100 is an ultra-endurance 100 mile (161 km) mountain bike race held annually in early June in North Central Ohio. The course contains over 11,000 feet of climbing on single-track, double-track and dirt roads. This course is very scenic, almost entirely tree covered and more than 90% on dirt.

This course is only one lap and is almost entirely in the 5,000 acre (20 km²) Mohican State Park. This course has been designed in part by a veteran, experienced endurance racer keeping in mind all things loved and dreaded about other courses. The race has been one of the stops of the National Ultra Endurance Series since 2006. In both the 2006 and 2005 races, problems with course markings were reported by multiple racers.[citation needed]

Results[edit]

Year Male Winner Time Female Winner Time
2014 Chris Tanguy 6:56 Brenda Simril 8:49
2013 Mike Simonson 7:15 Cheryl Sornsen 8:00
2012 Chris Tanguy 6:38 Amanda Carey 7:42
2011 Jeff Schalk 6:45 Cheryl Sornsen 8:36
2010 Jeff Schalk 7:33 Amanda Carey 9:15
2009 Jeremiah Bishop 6:50 Betsy Shogren 8:35
2008 Jeff Schalk 7:09 Betsy Shogren 9:08
2007 Chris Eatough 7:08 Carey Lowery 9:16
2006 Harlan Price 8:42 Tricia Stevenson 10:37
2005 Jeremiah Bishop 8:05 unknown unknown
2004 Garth Prosser 10:07 unknown unknown

2006[edit]

81 racers started, 61 finished. Longest finish time was 16½ hours.

2005[edit]

31 racers started, 25 finished.

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