National Ultra Endurance Series

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The National Ultra Endurance Series (NUE) is an ultra-endurance mountain bike race series in the United States. The number of races has varied from year to year, however, in 2015 and most recent year there have been 14 races in the series distributed around the USA. Each of the races is approximately 100 miles (160 km) long and primarily off road. The title of series champion is awarded to the racer with the four best results in each of the following categories: Men’s Open, Women’s Open, Men’s Masters (age 50+), and Single speed. Any ties are broken by the placing results in the final race of the series.[1]


The series was started in 2006. In the past there were requirements to finish at least one race West of the Mississippi River and one race East of the Mississippi. That requirement has been dropped. The list below includes those races that will be in the 2017 series.[2] Some of these races were run before joining the NUE series.

Typical Date Event Name Location Years in Series
Mid-March True Grit Epic St George, Utah xxxx to present
Late April Cohutta 100 Ducktown, Tennessee 2006 to present
Early June Mohican MTB 100 Loudonville, Ohio 2006 to present
Mid June Lumberjack 100 Wellston, Michican 2006 to present
Early July Tatanka 100 Sturgis, South Dakota xxxx to present
Mid July High Cascades 100 Bend, Oregon 2010 to present
Late July Wilderness 101 Coburn, Pennsylvania 2006 to present
Late July Breckenridge 100 Breckenridge, Colorado 2006 to 2012, 2017–present
Early August Pierre's Hole 100 Alta, Wyoming xxxx to present
Late August Hampshire 100 Greenfield, New Hampshire xxxx to present
Early September Rincon Challenge 100 Liberia, Costa Rica 2012 to present
Early September Shenandoah 100 Stokesville, Virginia 2006 to present
Mid September Fool's Gold 100 Dahlonega, Georgia 2008 to present
Late September Big Bear Grizzly 100 Big Bear Lake, California 2017 to present

The series used to include the following events:

  • Syllamo's Revenge 125k in Arkansas - 2011 to xxxx
  • Tahoe-Sierra 100 in California - 2008 & 2009
  • The Endurance 100 in Utah - 2007
  • Bailey Hundo in |Bailey, Colorado 2006-2016 (Now in the shorter NUE series)
  • Fool's Gold 100 in |Dahlonega, Georgia 2008 to 2016


Series Champions

Year Men's Open Champion Women's Open Champion Men's Master Champion Men's Single Speed Champion
2015 Keck Baker Brenda Simril Roger Masse Gordon Wadsworth
2014 Jeremiah Bishop Brenda Simril Roger Masse Gordon Wadsworth
2013 Christian Tanguy Cheryl Sornson Gerry Pflug Marland Whaley
2012 Christian Tanguy Cheryl Sornson Gerry Pflug Ron Sanborn
2011 Christian Tanguy Amanda Carey Gerry Pflug Doug Andrews
2010 Jeff Schalk Amanda Carey Gerry Pflug Robert Herriman
2009 Jeff Schalk Betsy Shogren
2008 Jeff Schalk Cheryl Sornson
2007 Chris Eatough Carey Lowery
2006 Harlan Price Hillary Harrison

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "NUE Series Rules". NUE Series. Retrieved 10 March 2017. 
  2. ^ "NUE 2017 Series Calendar". National Ultra Endurance Series. National Ultra Endurance Series. Retrieved 10 March 2017. 

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