The Bear 100

  2017 Hibernator 100

October 7, 2017

Registration is Open click here

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Update…6th Annual Bear 100: May 12, 2018

See you in Laona!

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 The Bear 100 will again be working with the Laona Rescue Squad.  They will be providing both pre-race logistical help and will be out on the routes on the day of the ride in the event of an emergency.  I am happy to announce that 100% of donations will go to the Laona Rescue Squad to help support their efforts. 

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Why ride The Bear 100? We all roll up to the starting line for our own reasons…adventure, personal challenge, training for a longer event, a nudge outside our comfort zone, the simple joy of riding bikes…whatever the reason, a day riding in the Nicolet National Forest is a day you won’t forget. 

What is The Bear 100? A minimal support gravel road cycling event through the Nicolet National Forest focusing on self sufficiency and personal responsibility. You are responsible for yourself.

Where: Nicolet National Forest – Laona, WI

When: May 20th, 2017  Start times: 7:00 am for all routes

Distances: Approximately 108 mile, 68 mile, and 31 mile routes

Honey Bear 31: A 31 mile route perfect for gravel novices. This route uses sections of the Bear 100 routes and while shorter, should not be taken lightly.

Fees: $20 donation, 100% of which will go to the Laona Rescue Squad.

Size: 250 rider limit

Prizes: None

Road surface: Just a few miles of pavement, mostly gravel and dirt roads, maybe some two track

 

 

 

 

 

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