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    Jan 2004

    Cohutta 100 and Epic 35 (Endurance x-post)

    Thought I'd get the word out on this. From another board:

    Cohutta 100 and Epic 35 Mile MTB Race

    Come join New Leaf Adventures for one of the most challenging and rewarding races the south has to offer. Starting at the beautiful Ocoee Whitewater Center in Ducktown, Tennessee, the race course is 100 mile single loop around the Cohutta Wilderness Area in the Cherokee and Chattahoochee National Forests. The race returns to the Whitewater Center to finish. This race will define mountain biking with roughly 14,000 feet of elevation gain and beautiful scenery. The course will cover most of the Tanasi trail system at the Whitewater Center and the gravel roads to complete the loop around the Cohuttas.
    The 100-mile will start promptly at 7:00am. The 100-mile event will have six aid stations, each managed by a different bike shop. Racers will have the chance to vote on their favorite aid station. The winning aid station will win a cash prize.
    There will also be a shorter 35-mile race that will cover the trails at the White Water Center. This race will start at 7:00am with the longer event. 35-mile race will have one aid station and no drop offs.
    The American Association of Adaptive Sports is an organization that helps handicap kids get the equipment and coaching they need to participate in the sports they love. Their motto is: "off the sidelines, into the game.” Please check out their web site at
    For the 100: Top 10 male finishers, Top 5 female finishers, Top 5 single speed finishers.
    For the 35: Top 5 male finishers, Top 5 female finishers.
    The awards are unique handmade trophies and some sponsor prizes
    Saturday, April 22, 2006
    When the going gets weird its bedtime.

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    Jan 2006
    Thanks Wooglin, you beat me to it! Should be a great enduro, One of three in the Southeast (Shenandoah 100, Off Road Assault on Mount Mitchell, and now the Cohutta 100) This is awesome news!


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