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Mount Washington Century+
Registration is now open for the Alternative Mt. Washington Century+!
The event begins on Saturday, July 25, 2020 (the date of the original Mt. Washington Century+) and officially ends on Saturday, August 15, 2020. We’ve set it up for success as you can do it in a day, weekend, week or a combination of any or all of the above.
Click here to register for the Alternative Mt. Washington Century+ (MWC+).
For the $50 registration fee, riders will get some of what they will need to complete the ride. The Mt. Washington Century+ Goodie Bag includes:
- A 40 oz Wide Mouth “Parks for All” Hydroflask (retail value $40-$45)
- The complete Mt. Washington Century+ travelogue. This, almost mile-by-mile narrative, describes the route as well as the natural and social history of the route that you’ll ride
- A socially distanced approved “make your own GORP kit”
- energy snacks
- Your bag MAY also include a surprise inside such as: vintage hillclimb T shirt, socks, Tin Mountain memberships and even tickets and discounts for entry into the next Mt. Washington Century+
What doesn’t fit in the “goodie bag” is the courage, determination, inner strength and spirit that you’ll need to complete this ride on your own or with the help of family and friends. We know you have it in you to tackle this 100+ mile ride, especially knowing that you’re supporting Tin Mountain with every mile. Tin Mountain hosts and benefits from the Mt. Washington Century+ (MWC+) and the Mt. Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb (MWARBH.org). This year, in an effort to keep riders, staff, and volunteers healthy and well, we’ve had to modify and cancel these events respectively. THANKS for registering and participating in the Alternative Mt. Washington Century+ and for supporting Tin Mountain.
What follows below is the info for the MWC+ and NOT the Alternative MWC.
The Mount Washington Century+ (MWC+) is fast becoming known as New England’s Most Challenging Centurytm. We have mountain passes that thrill the eye and challenge the soul. For those wanting to ‘test their personal best’, the Mt. Washington Century is it!
MWC+ Elevation STATS�
No landscape rivals the natural beauty of Mt. Washington and the Presidential Range, and a Century Ride through three notches and around the base of New England’s tallest mountain is without equal. The 109 mile route for Tin Mountain Conservation Center’s Annual MWC+ travels through fragrant spruce-fir and majestic northern hardwood forests, across pastoral farm fields, along sparkling streams with stunning views of the alpine peaks in the Range. Abbreviated 44- and 88-mile routes provide wonderful rides for those wanting a little less than a Century. The Century is completely supported with five aid stations along the 109-mile course (three on the 88-mile and two on the 44-mile), support vehicles with ham radio operators, and a bike repair support vehicle.
The 109-mile route around Mt. Washington leaves the Albany/Conway area on the Kancamagus Highway, over Bear Notch Road to Bartlett, follows Rt 302 through Crawford Notch to Rt 115 in Twin Mountain, along Rt 115 to Rt 2 past Jefferson Notch and into Gorham before heading south on Rt 16 past the Mt. Washington Auto Road and over Pinkham Notch. From Pinkham Notch the route drops into Glen and back to the Conway area via Rt 16 and the scenic West Side Road. Looking for a GPX or TCX file of the course, go here.
The MWC+ continues to grow in popularity, with participants from as far away as the west coast taking part. Riders are always pleased with the route and support received.
On or Before June 30 After June 30
$ 55/child<16 yrs $ 65/child<16 yrs
Great group rates. The more on your team, the more you save. Group of four $320; group of five $375; group of six $420; group of seven $455; bigger? Let’s make a deal.
REFUND/EXCHANGE POLICY NO REFUNDS AFTER June 19, 2019. Riders that have registered for the Century may not trade, sell, or exchange their registration with anyone else without the expressed permission of Tin Mountain Conservation Center.
The first 210 registered cyclists will receive an event T-shirt (different from the jersey) and a fabulous meal awaits returning riders at the Nature Learning Center, where they can also relax in the library, stroll on the 138-acre sanctuary, or tour the beautiful “green” facility built with local materials and craftsmanship and boasting of solar heat and electricity.
THERAPEUTIC SPORT MASSAGE will be onsite for exhausted MWC+ riders.
Mount Washington Double Challenge
If you are daring enough to sign up for the Mountain Washington Auto Road Bicycle Hillclimb AND the MWC+, your passion for pushing yourself to your upper most limits puts you in a rare breed of cyclists. By signing up for both, there will be a %50 coupon you’ll be given that you can use towards the registration of the Mount Washington Century+.
Questions: Call or email Tin Mountain Conservation Center, 603-447-6991 or firstname.lastname@example.org