Bike: Much of the biking will be on trails and roads. Due to the varied terrain, mountain bikes are recommended; however, gravel bikes are an option depending on your skill level.
Obstacles: This course is challenging, with natural obstacles along the way. Be prepared to dismount your bike portions of the route, as well as hike technical terrain.
Navigation: Participants will be provided with maps prior to the start of the race. Orienteering skills are not necessary to participate, as you will be led to each transition point by trail markings, predominantly in the form of ribbons along the defined route.
This race will be based at the 40-acre private estate known as Mohawk Falls. Race check-in, start, finish, and post-race festivities will take place at this venue. This site boasts a one-of-a-kind post-and-beam pavilion, as well as well as reasonably-priced camping sites for your convenience and enjoyment. Consider camping two nights for a full weekend experience. You'll LOVE this place!
Means to carry your gear throughout the course (e.g. backpack)
Cell phone: Please note that cell service is limited in areas. Contact number: 603-331-2115
This is a self-supporting race; however, transition areas will be supplied with fuel and hydration. Please be prepared with any specific fueling needs.
Biking gear: Mountain bike or gravel bike; tire pump or CO2 cartridges; spare tube; tool kit; helmet
Race management will provide kayaks, PFDs, and paddles.
Campsites are available at Mohawk Falls for $20 per site.
Please submit this form to reserve your site, or simply select the camping options offered on RunReg.
A meal will be available Friday night at the venue courtesy of our generous sponsor, April's Maple. Breakfast items including bagels, bananas, and coffee will be available to racers at no charge. Post-race food and beverages will be provided to registrants, with the same being offered to spectators for an additional charge (TBD).
Prizes will be awarded to the top three finishers in each category, with cash prizes awarded to the top male and female finishers of the Endurance and Sport courses.
After August 15th
Team, per racer
Relay, per team
Team, per racer
Relay, per team
*Teams are limited to 2 teammates, completing the entire course together, in tandem
**Relay teams are limited to 3 team members, each completing a designated section of the course
Registration will close Thursday September 12th at 5:00PM, 2019. Only registrations received on or before Friday September 6th will be guaranteed a race t-shirt. Sorry, no day-of registrations will be accepted.
Boat rental fee (including paddles and PFDs)
All insurance, permits, and safety staff
Post-race party with food and beverage
Prizes for top finishers in each category
Metallak Race T-shirts
5:30-7:00 PM Packet pick-up and campsite check-in
Meal is open to racers
7:00-8:00 PM Mandatory pre-race briefing for ALL racers
6:00 AM Free coffee and bagels at pavilion
6:30 AM Final Q&A with race director at the pavilion
7:00 AM 8-hour race, start time
10:00 AM 4-hour race, start time
2:30 PM 8-hour and 4-hour cut-off at Lake Gloriette, subject to change per race director discretion
3:00 PM Live music, and post race meal opens
5:00 PM AWARDS
The post-race meal will be provided at no cost to competitors, and will be available to the public for a charge (TBD).