OT-100 Mountain Bike Race

The Ozark Trail Association presents the 2016 OT-100 and OT-50 Mountain Bike Races! The net proceeds from these races support the Ozark Trail Association, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, that maintains over 390 miles of single track backcountry trail in Missouri, including the Ozark Trail and other connected spurs and loops.

The “OT100MTB” is a point-to-point 100 mile endurance cross-country mountain bike race. This race is 98.5 miles of remote backcountry single track and 1.5 miles of gravel or pavement connectors. This mountain bike race will be very difficult and extremely strenuous. Please ensure that you have properly trained to attempt this event and do not over estimate your ability. There is more than 11,000 feet of climbing on the OT-100 course. Last year’s top racer set a new course record of 9:48:22 and the average finish time was just over 15 hours.

The "OT50MTB" is a point-to-point 50 mile endurance cross-country mountain bike race. This is the second year for the race for those not quite ready to tackle the 100 mile version. Consider this your trial size and get a taste of some of the finest cross-country single track in the USA with less than a 1/2 mile of dirt/gravel road and the rest manicured Ozark Trail. 

If you are up for the challenge, you can register and find out more details at: www.bikereg.com/30071

If you’d like to support by volunteering, please sign-up at: ozarktrail.com/eventsignup.php?OutingId=683

Date and Time: 
Saturday, September 24, 2016 - 06:00 to Sunday, September 25, 2016 - 16:00
USFS (USDA Forest Service)
Contact Info: 

Roger Allison, Ozark Trail Association

Abi Jackson, Ozark Trail Association

Mark Twain National Forest
204 Butts Rd
Steelville, MO 65565
United States
Read More