2014 Road Events

Tour of Trinidad, Sept. 6
12 mile, 28 mile, 65 mile


Tour of the Unknown Coast, May 10

2014 Cyclocross Events

Bogg Stomp, November

Stomach Churn, December


Come and join racers from around the
globe to race for the title of
World Solo 24 Hour Mountain Bike Champion.


Since 2002 we've hosted mountain bike endurance races on the world class trails of the Weaver Basin Trail System. These events have been riders' favorites thanks to our epic course. The course we've always used is one of two options being considered for the Worlds. Our traditional course is 12 miles long with 1700' of climbing per lap. The first 3 miles is a fireroad climb, followed by a mile of mostly level (the perfect recover and feed zone) and then the rest is nearly seven mile sof fun, flowy, mostly downhill singletrack. The other option being considered is just a bit longer with the same amount of climbing, but the climbing is doled out throughout the course instead of all at once. The decison on which course will be made after this year's Weaverville Nine to Five in October.

Over a hundred and sixty years ago teams of Chinese laborers working with hand-tools dug the ditches and flumes that supplied water to the high-pressure hydraulic mining nozzles. Engineers had charted the ditches' routes down the mountain to follow the contours of the land to maximize the length of the ditches to give the them the greatest volume and water pressure. What those engineers and laborers didn't know, was that they were also carving what would later become fantastic mountain bike trails.



Weaverville Nine to Five
October 18

Four Hours of Weaverville
October 18

LaGrange Fall Classic XC
November 1

8 Hours of Humboldt
4 Hours of Humboldt
August 23