CANCELLED – Lutsen 99er
June 27 - June 28
The 2020 Lutsen 99er is CANCELLED
The Lutsen 99er is an ultra-marathon mountain biking event in Lutsen, MN. There are 4 distances including 25, 49, 69 and 99 mile options, catering to all riding levels and abilities. There are also free kids’ races the morning after the event. The course consists of snowmobile and ski trails, Forest Service roads, and a bit of pavement and single track. The event begins and ends at Lutsen Mountains.
UPDATE 5/1/20: Due to COVID-19, the Lutsen99er is cancelled for 2020.
However, a virtual event has been formed to occur this summer. More details to come, but here are the basics:
- Join the Virtual Event: Lutsen 99er Lone Wolf Challenge
- When: June 5th to July 12th, 2020
- Each of you will have the opportunity to head up to Cook County yourself and independently ride our course.
- Then, after a sweet ride in the Northwoods, stop into Fika Coffee in Lutsen with proof of your completion (GPS data, a dirty bike and/or a smile is acceptable) and pick up a free commemorative 2020 Lutsen 99er gift made by Wolf Tooth Components.
Registration opens Thanksgiving Day! Register early as this event fills up quickly!
Spectators & Support Crew: Download a Map of the course so you can follow the riders on the course!
Sunday 6/28 Kids Races:
FREE–Please Register in Advance
Make the Lutsen 99er weekend a fun event for the whole family! On Sunday, the day after the Stages Cycling Lutsen 99er race — little niners are invited to participate in the Cascade Vacation Rentals Niner Kid Races. These races offer a great introduction to mountain biking for young riders. Check out the following options for your mini MTBer:
Junior Niner | Ages 11-13
1.9 mile lap course
Mini Niner | Ages 8-10
.9 mile lap course
Micro Niner | Ages 0-7
.49 mile lap course
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