|Date||The Sunday of Labor Day weekend|
|Region||George Washington National Forest, Virginia|
|Local name(s)||Shenandoah 100|
|Type||100 Mile Ultra Endurance|
|Race director||Chris Scott|
The Shenandoah 100 is an ultra-endurance 100 mile (162 km) mountain bike race held in central Western Virginia near Stokesville. The race is normally held on the Sunday during Labor Day weekend. The race has been run continuously since 1998.
The organizer, Shenandoah Mountain Touring based in Harrisonburg, VA also runs the Wilderness 101 in Central Pennsylvania along with numerous other cycling races, events and tours. The SM100 is part of a Nationwide series of endurance races the National Ultra Endurance Series since 2006.
The SM100 course starts and finishes in Stokesville Campground near the Stokesville Observatory. The majority of the course is in George Washington National Forest and uses part of the Wild Oak Trail. The course is primarily in Virginia but a small section crosses into West Virginia. The course covers the USGS Topo Maps of Stokesville, Palo Alto, Reddish Knob and West Augusta. As the name implies, the course is 100 miles long and has nearly 12,500 feet of vertical climbing.
Larry Camp, of Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, is the only rider to have completed every running of the event, finishing again in 2016 in 12:05. Jeremiah Bishop holds the record for fastest male finisher at 6:49 in 2015 and Sue Haywood holds the record for fastest female finisher at 8:11 in 2007. The longest finisher recorded was Neil Curtis in 1999 taking 18:07 to finish.
|Year||Starters||Finishers||Male Winner||Time||Female Winner||Time||Lanterne Rouge||Time|
|2016||Christian Tanguy||7:01||Andrea Dvorak||8:27||Anna Withrow||15:26|
|2015||525||463||Jeremiah Bishop||6:49||Kaarin Tae||8:52||Roberto Galindo||15:44|
|2014||505||423||Jeremiah Bishop||7:09||Selene Yeager||8:56||Peter Rajcani||16:24|
|2013||583||445||Ben King||7:12||Sue Haywood||8:34||AJ Kray||15:31|
|2012||522||375||Jeremiah Bishop||7:18||Sue Haywood||8:33||Alan Toler||15:39|
|2011||563||478||Christian Tanguy||6:55||Cheryl Sornson||8:49||Craig Riddle||15:58|
|2010||649||541||Christian Tanguy||7:03||Amanda Carey||8:23||Rebecca Walizer||15:50|
|2009||unknown||457||Jeremiah Bishop||6:50||Sue Haywood||8:20||Nathan Cherry||15:20|
|2008||502||436||Chris Eatough||7:14||Cheryl Sornson||9:08||Gillian Parsons||15:59|
|2007||~500||346||Jeff Schalk||7:05||Sue Haywood||8:11||Peter Rajcani||15:26|
|2006||382||319||Jeremiah Bishop||7:15||Sue Haywood||9:02||Locky Flint||16:38|
|2005||352||299||Todd Helmick||7:57||Sue Haywood||8:39||Christopher Barnes||16:14|
|2004||282||237||Jeremiah Bishop||7:23||Karen Masson||9:38||Joe Foley||15:11|
|2003||Skip Brown||7:46||Trish Stevenson||9:07|
|2002||Jeremiah Bishop||7:54||Nicole Habay||9:38|
|2001||Chris Eatough||7:29||Tiffany Mann||9:50|
|2000||195||177||Chris Eatough||7:12||Sami Fournier||10:23||Rik Van Secceler||17:32|
|1999||102||88||Jeremiah Bishop||7:50||Sue Haywood||9:39||Neil Curtis||18:07|
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