TRUCKEE — Endurance mountain bikers will compete in the Tahoe Trail 100-Kilometer Race at Northstar California Resort Saturday — all vying to qualify for the legendary challenge of the Leadville Trail 100-mile mountain bike race next month in Colorado.
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Start time for the Tahoe Trail 100 race is 7 a.m. at the Northstar Castle Peak parking area located beneath The Village at Northstar. Riders will negotiate two 50-kilometer loops through some of Tahoe’s most renowned terrain, including sections along the historic Tevis Trail, iconic Painted Rock, and beautiful Lake Tahoe overlooks.
Participants have one opportunity left on Friday July 18 at 1 p.m. to preview course sections guided by six-time Leadville Trail 100 champion, Dave Wiens and four-time Leadville Trail 100 champion, Rebecca Rusch. The preview ride starts and finishes in The Village at Northstar.
Registration for any remaining open spots may be filled by registering in-person Friday, July 18 from 12-5 p.m.in The Village at Northstar.
The awards ceremony, post-race picnic, and the Leadville Trail 100 lottery will be held at 3:30 p.m. at The Village Overlook complete with after party and cold drinks.