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Last updated: June 19, 2022 @ 9:45AM CDT

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CAMBA is honored to take over the reigns for one of the midwest’s most iconic mountain bike endurance races, the Chequamagon 100, traveling along the singletrack of the Sawyer and Bayfield County Forests and the Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest.  This is a fundraiser for CAMBA singletrack with 100% of the profits going to the maintenance and construction of CAMBA singletrack.

Race options: Participants can choose one of 3 distance options to match their personal endurance goals;  approximately one hundred, sixty-five or thirty miles of sweet northern Wisconsin dirt, with the great majority of each distance being on singletrack.

High School Racer? There’s a huge registration discount for you on the 30 mile course.

When: June 18, 2022

Where: OO Trailhead  (Start and Finish)

Online registration: Online registration is open now and closes on June 16th at 11:00 PM CDT.

Onsite registration: Onsite registration will be available at the Sawmill Saloon during bib pickup on Friday, June 17th for a premium cost ($75 CAMBA Members / $85 Non-CAMBA Members). Due to early race start times, there will be no onsite registration on race day.

Bib pickup: Friday night at the Sawmill Saloon 6-8:30 PM and Saturday morning at the SC Johnson Family Outdoor Center, OO Trailhead starting at 6:15 AM

Race start times:

  • Long Race (~100 miles): 7AM
  • Medium Race (~65 miles): 8AM
  • Short Race (~30 miles): 9AM

Course GPX files and cue sheets can be dowloaded from HERE  or if you have a Garmin, you can skip a few steps and click the following Garmin Connect links. The course is run on and permitted through the Chequamegon National Forest, Sawyer County Forest, and Bayfield County Forest.

Mileage: The GPX and Garmin files are typically 5-9% shorter than the actual mileage.  You can count on ~100 miles, ~68miles and ~30 miles for the respective courses.

Water on the 100 and 65 courses at Garmin file miles:

  • 8.5 miles – High Point Birkie warming hut (the Birkie skate trail crosses the road and the hut is approximately 100 yards off to the rider’s left.  This may require you to push a button to get water pressure. Water is not guaranteed but usually available)
  • 40.5 miles – Namekagon Town Hall – water is available.  This will also be the drop bag destination where you could put drinks in your drop bag.
  • 59.5 miles – Boedecker Birkie warming hut (the Birkie skate trail crosses the road and the hut is approximately 25yards off to the rider’s right.  This may require you to push a button to get water pressure. Water is not guaranteed, but usually available)
  • 62.5 miles – OO Trail head.  This is where you started and the 65 milers will finish.  Feel free to stop at your car or use the amenities in the SC Johnson Family Outdoor Center (water, bathrooms, vending machine).
  • 76.5 miles – Hatchery Creek – water is available at the building
  • [[There is also water available at the Gravel Pit Birkie warming hut similar to High Point and Boedecker, however, this would require navigating off the course and back onto the course approximately 0.3miles.  It’s recommended to just use the Hatchery Creek stop, but if required, this is at approximately 68.5 and 85.5 miles on the Garmin file.]]

Water on the 30 mile course at Garmin file miles:

  • 8.5 miles – High Point Birkie warming hut (the Birkie skate trail crosses the road and the hut is approximately 100 yards off to the rider’s left.  This may require you to push a button to get water pressure. Water is not guaranteed but usually available)
  • 26.5 miles – Boedecker Birkie warming hut (the Birkie skate trail crosses the road and the hut is approximately 25yards off to the rider’s right.  This may require you to push a button to get water pressure. Water is not guaranteed, but usually available)

Course marking info: The course will be marked with bright orange signs like the one below.  Your chief of course will have 500 of these up throughout the 100 miles.  The course will be “Open” to other traffic so you will need to be cautious of cars, ATVs, hikers, bikers, bears, etc.  Use caution crossing roads and other intersections.

Bag Drops: A 1 gallon ziploc bag will be given to 65 and 100 mile participants when you collect your number plate.  Fill them with your fuel of choice, give them to a volunteer in the parking lot collecting them in a vehicle and once you hit the Namekagon Town Hall point at ~40 miles, you will be reunited with this bag of goodness.

Awards: Yes! Top 3 in each race for Men/Women. Roughly 1 hour after the top 3 have arrived at the finish.

Cutoff times? We’re thinking about this for the long race for safety reasons.

What if it rains? We’ll be updating this page with contingencies as well as the time we’ll make “the call”.  If the race is postponed, your registration will be able to be used for the new date.

After party?  Of course!  We plan to have food and beverages after you cross the line!

Complete with a Silent Auction! Goods so far include a Kuat Rack ($849 retail value), Embark team size packages, and more! And thanks to our Sponsors, 100% of the proceeds go directly back to the trails!

And a Raffle! Raffle with merch from all of our awesome Sponsors. Tickets will be available for $5/ticket or $20 for 5 tickets)… again, thank you Sponsors, all proceeds go directly back to the trails. Bring your $20 to registration!

Want to volunteer?  We have a signup genius site here: VOLUNTEER

Want to be a Sponsor? Please email info@cambatrails.org

 

Register here….REGISTER (Click HERE)

Questions about the race?  Please email us at info@cambatrails.org

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