We continue to be amazed at the support for the Chequamegon 100 and how quickly the event fills as a result! In just 12 hours we had 200 entrants and the remaining 50 positions were filled in the next 24 hours.
IMBA is tallying the results and determining how much you, the riders, have raised for IMBA and CAMBA respectively. I will say that they could not be more excited! Look for more on IMBA/CAMBA’s involvement soon, including an announcement about what you have contributed collectively.
For those that were not able to register for the event. Please, Please, Please e-mail us and let us know of you interest. It is unlikely that we will open additional spots in the event, but this gives us valuable information to understand how many riders the event could grow to.
The Chequamegon 100 will always remain exclusive in the sense that it would diminish the rider experience and potentially cause damage to the trails if we tried to send too many riders through the singletrack in one day. We are looking for ways to expand participation while maintaining the ride experience and sustainability of the event for trails and organization. If you have ideas, please share them with us!
Finally, thank you, thank you, thank you for your donation to CAMBA and IMBA. Without your participation the Chequamegon 100 would not exist. Thank you for coming for the first time and coming back year after year. Thank you to Salsa Cycles and Milltown Cycles for being our title sponsors. Thank you Twin Six for supporting us. Thank you to all of the partners in the Chequamegon region.
JM, TK, RH