CM Hundred Divisions

divisions with descriptions  

MTN BIKE REG 

TRAIL RUN REG 

100 MILE BIKE

  • MEN OPEN (NUE points); $160 Pre July 14, $185 After
  • WOMEN OPEN (NUE points); $160 Pre July 14, $185 after  
  • SINGLESPEED OPEN (NUE points); $160 Pre July 14, $185 after
  • MASTERS MEN (50+ years of age; NUE points); $160 Pre July 14, $185 after 

100 KM BIKE

  • ‚ÄčELITE MEN (NUE points); $130 Pre July 14, $150 after  
  • ELITE WOMEN (NUE points); $130 Pre July 14, $150 after    
  • EXPERT MEN; $120 Pre July 14, $140 after  
  • EXPERT WOMEN; $120 Pre July 14, $140 after  
  • SPORT MEN; $120 Pre July 14, $140 after  
  • SPORT WOMEN; $120 Pre July 14, $140 after  
  • NOVICE MEN; $120 Pre July 14, $140 after  
  • NOVICE WOMEN; $120 Pre July 14, $140 after  
  • MASTER MEN (50+ years of age; NUE points); $120 Pre July 14, $140 after  
  • SINGLESPEED OPEN (NUE points); $120 Pre July 14, $140 after  
  • CLYDESDALE OPEN (200+ pound category); $120 Pre July 14, $140 after  

50 KM BIKE

  • EXPERT MEN; $55 Pre July 14, $70 after  
  • EXPERT WOMEN; $55 Pre July 14, $70 after   
  • SPORT MEN; $55 Pre July 14, $70 after   
  • SPORT WOMEN; $55 Pre July 14, $70 after   
  • NOVICE MEN; $55 Pre July 14, $70 after  
  • NOVICE WOMEN; $55 Pre July 14, $70 after  
  • MASTERS MEN (50+ years of age); $55 Pre July 14, $70 after  
  • FAT TIRE OPEN; $55 Pre July 14, $70 after  

100 KM TRAIL RUN

  • OPEN MEN; $120 Pre July 14, $135 after  
  • OPEN WOMEN; $120 Pre July 14, $135 after 

‚Äč50 KM TRAIL RUN

  • OPEN MEN; $55 Pre July 14, $70 after  
  • OPEN WOMEN; $55 Pre July 14, $70 after

RACE DIVISIONS EXPLAINED

Expert and Elite riders are highly advanced and experienced. They are able to ride the most advanced technical terrain and have the experience to know when to get off the bike and run. Experts and Elites are at the peak of physical strength and endurance, and have the mental stamina to ride through significant pain.

Sport class riders generally race the same courses as Expert riders. They are experienced mountain bike racers and are able to ride most technical terrain. While not quite physically at the same level as Expert riders, they are in excellent physical condition. Sport riders have developed important racing skills such as passing in awkward conditions and pacing.

Novice riders are most often beginner racers. They are not necessarily able to ride all the technical terrain, or complete all the climbs that Sport and Expert riders can. Novice race courses are often, but not always, shorter or easier than Sport or Expert courses.