Race Day - 2019 TBD
Registration Open - TBD
The Woodrat 25 & 12 Mile Mountain Bike Race
Race the rat!
Your Course: 25 mile endurance or 12 mile division. A mix of double track and single track riding in the pristine Panhandle National Forest by Priest Lake Idaho. Course single track has sections of low chain ring climbs, some fast downhill, groves of HUGE cedar trees, and lots of turns. Mountain top views of the Selkirks and Priest Lake. Trail is a mix of smooth cut single track tread with some rock and roots. Course is for intermediate rider skill or better, no crazy rock jumps or boulder fields, but quick turning sections of single track for confident riders.
Camp, Race, Hangout!
Great camping and lodging by course: CAMP AT LUBY BAY USFS CAMPGROUND on the shore of Priest Lake .5 miles away on same road as start line or stay at Hill’s Resort. (ride to the start!) Additional camping at USFS Outlet and Osprey Campgrounds 4mi. from start on same road to start line.
Riders will get:
- A free sponsored lunch with beverages and beer garden
- New Logo Priest Lake Pint Glass
- Great Awards!
Post-Race Awards and Finisher’s Party starts around 11:30ish prize drawings, beer garden, music, good times to celebrate your day. Hang out on a Saturday afternoon at Priest Lake!
TOP 3 PLACE AWARDS IN EACH DIVISION
- Open Division Men
- Open Division Women
- Youth division 16 and under (12 mile only)
- Junior Division 15-18
- Masters Men 51+
- Masters Ladies 51+
Start Times: 10:00 AM 25 mile, 10:30 AM 12 Mile
RACE DAY CHECK IN OR REGISTRATION at Hill’s Resort Tennis Court office by Hill’s Resort Sign at entry to resort. Parking in big lot on corner of Luby Bay Rd/West Lakeshore Rd. RACE DAY SIGN UP AND CHECK STARTING AT 9AM- please plan to ride with your cell phone for safety on course. RACE DAY CHECK IN/REGISTRATION AT 9:00AM CASH /CHECK ONLY
Please Read our Transfer Policy Before Registering
Racer check in & Late Registration on Race Day 8-10AM at the trailhead across the street from Hill’s Resort main driveway. Cash or check only please.
THIS EVENT IS HELD UNDER A UNITED STATES FOREST SERVICE SPECIAL USE PERMIT