GREENFIELD, NH–The Crotched Mtn 100, formerly the Hampshire 100, comes to Crotched Mountain Ski and Ride in Bennington on August 19, 2017. Crotched Mountain Foundation in Greenfield, which serves people with disabilities, will receive $10 per racer registration.
“Crotched Mountain Foundation has always played a major role in the race and that relationship will continue,” said Andy Gendron, Director of Marketing and Events for Crotched Mountain Ski and Ride. “The event will be a lot of fun and we hope to continue the brand of race that the Hampshire 100 built over the past decade.”
The Crotched Mtn Hundred features trail run and mountain bike divisions at 100 mile, 100K, and 50K distances. The endurance event draws amateur and professional endurance athletes from all over the country, with many competing in the event to supplement their race season within the NUE (National Ultra Endurance Series) race series. The event is open to participants from the public.
During the day of the event, food and entertainment will be on site, as well as students from Crotched Mountain School and representatives from Crotched Mountain Accessible Recreation and Sports (CMARS).
Registration for the Crotched Mtn Hundred, for both trail runners and mountain bikers is now open and will close on Friday Aug 11, 2017. Registration and event details are available for review at crotchedmtn.com/crotched-mtn-hundred/ or by calling race organizers at (603) 588-3668.
About Crotched Mountain Foundation
Crotched Mountain Foundation is a charitable organization founded in 1953 with a mission to serve individuals with disabilities and their families, embracing personal choice and development, and building communities of mutual support. Crotched Mountain provides specialized education and community and residential services for more than 3,000 people throughout New England and New York. For more information about Crotched Mountain’s programs, please visit cmf.org.