Welcome to the Butte 100

Saturday, July 26, 2014

Race Director Gina EvansWelcome to the most difficult mountain bike race in the country: The Butte 100. The Butte 100 consists of two individual races, a 50- and 100-mile version, taking place atop the Continental Divide just outside of Butte, Montana.  The race has grown from a small group of dedicated locals on a gravel road, to reaching the 250-racer capacity within hours of registration. Triple Ring Productions, along with outstanding partnerships with the USFS, BLM, community of Butte, our generous sponsors, and the “neon army” of volunteers, continue to strive to provide the best racing experience possible. Thanks for visiting.

Race Notes:

*NEON ARMY*  2nd Volunteer mtg! Thursday, July 17, 2014 at 6:00 p.m. in the St. James Hospital Cafeteria! Those interested in volunteering for this year’s race can just show up and/or sign up on our volunteer page and we’ll contact you soon! Job info, race day info, signing up for jobs… will all be discussed & figured out.

*Trail reroute work will begin on the Basin Creek climb (Bear Gulch Trail) on Monday, May 12. The trail will be closed to all users until further notice–as soon as new info comes to light, we will post it here. Please plan your rides accordingly.

*Please join the Butte 100 Facebook group as it serves as a forum and another avenue to get up-to-the-minute race information

The Butte 100 is run in cooperation with:

web cooperation pic BLM USFS CITY USAC together with USFS words

Thanks to our 2014 Premier Sponsors:

Peter M. Sorini M.D.

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