Registration Open DateJanuary 1, 2019
Race Date and TimeOctober 3, 2020 8:00 am
Official Point of ContactLisa Randall: email@example.com
Time Limits and Cut Offs
Racecourse includes 5 Aid stations. Bags can be dropped at aid stations 1, 3, 5 & 6. See the maps on the Courses page for aid station locations. Our Aid Stations are well stocked with freshwater and snacks, and be sure to carry with you the hydration and nutrition you require according to your training and health needs. Each racer is allowed three (3) one-gallon drop bags.
Aid 1 – 20 miles
Aid 2 (same as Aid 1) – 27 miles
Aid 3 – 37 miles
Aid 4 – 51 miles
Aid 5 (same as Aid 1) – 61 miles
The total participant limit is: 500
Race Fee Information
All racers will receive a super comfy cotton blend tee AND custom Handup Gloves ($28 value) as well as a commemorative finisher mug, finisher award for all finishers (the tradition of the mugs continues), fully stocked aid stations with volunteers, Hearty post-race meal, music and camaraderie, Transport of drop bag(s) to the aid stations, Clearly marked course with course marshals and “wrong way” indicators at critical intersections, Neutral mechanical support at aid stations.
Handmade Awards for all Podium Finishers
Top 3 Open Men in the Cohutta 100 is: $400/300/200
Top 3 Open Women in the Cohutta 100 is: $400/300/200
Top 3 Masters 50+ in the Cohutta 100 is: $200/125/100
Top 3 Open Singlespeed in the Cohutta 100 is: $200/125/100
Top 5 Open Men in the Big Frog 65 is: $300/200/150/100/100
Top 5 Open Women in the Big Frog 65 is: $300/200/150/100/100
Top 3 Masters 50+ in the Big Frog 65 is: $150/125/100
Top 3 Open Singlespeed in the Big Frog 65 is: $150/125/100
Top 3 in Open Men, Open Women, Masters 50+, and Open Singlespeed in the Old Copper 30 will receive prizes from our sponsors.
For more than a decade, the Cohutta 100 has been a staple on the endurance mountain bike scene. You’d be hard-pressed to find an ultra-endurance mountain biker who hasn’t raced the Cohutta 100, and they keep coming back. Hundreds of determined racers from around the world gather each year in the Cherokee National Forest to test their physical ability and mental will. Racers are challenged by over 12,000 ft of elevation gain through extreme single track and demanding fire roads.