100 MILES SOLO. PROFESSIONAL AND EXPERT RIDERS ONLY!!! Be one of the very, very few mountain bikers in the world who have the bragging rights to say, “Yeah, I rode the Maah Daah Hey in a day.” There is a reason very few people have been able to accomplish this feat… it is extremely difficult.
TWO PERSON TEAM. Split the trail 50/50, each of you will ride 50 consecutive miles of one of the most challenging singletrack trails in the world. Or split it 25/75, one team member will ride either the first 25 miles or the last 25 miles of the trail. The other team member will be responsible to pick up the slack and dominate the other 75 miles of singletrack. Or if you have your own support vehicle you can leapfrog each other 25/25/25/25.
THREE PERSON TEAM. Split it 50/25/25 or 25/25/50 or 25/50/25. Two riders each tackle 25 miles of the journey and leave 50 miles of the trek through the Badlands to be ridden by the third racer.
FOUR PERSON TEAM. Each rider will cover their very own 25 miles of the ridiculously awesome sections of one-of-a-kind Badlands singletrack.
Not ready for the whole 100 but don’t have a team? Try our short races, available for the first time this year!
75 MILES SOLO. Starts at the First Aid Station and ends in Medora.
50 MILES SOLO. Starts at the Second Aid Station and ends in Medora.
25 MILES SOLO. Starts at the Third Aid Station and ends in Medora.
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