Tour of Wilmington Whiteface

An Adirondack Bike Race Weekend

Tour of Wilmington Whiteface

An Adirondack Bike Race Weekend  |  June 3-4, 2017

The Tour of Wilmington Whiteface has a race for everyone, from challenging uphill road cycling to mountain biking across single track and logging roads. Those who want to be truly challenged can enter both weekend races for a chance to win cash prizes. 

7th Annual WW 100K  |  Saturday, June 3

The WW 100 kicks off the weekend with a 69-mile mountain bike race beginning and ending at Whiteface Mountain. A true mountain bike event and the only qualifier in the Northeast for the prestigious Leadville 100 MTB slated for August 12, 2017—the holy grail for mountain bikers who like high-elevation racing on rugged terrain. As one of the most well-known mountain bike races, getting into the Leadville Trail 100 has always been difficult. From start to finish, the Wilmington/Whiteface 100 course is as varied as the cyclists competing from the eastern United States and Canada. There are options for both a 100K race and a 50K race.

17th Annual Whiteface Uphill Bike Race  |  Sunday, June 4

More than 300 road cyclists and a handful of unicyclists are expected to race in Sunday's Uphill Bike Race, beginning at the base of the Olympic mountain and proceeding up the Whiteface Veterans Memorial Highway to the top of New York State's 5th-highest peak. The Whiteface Uphill Bike Race is 11 miles—3,500 feet of vertical—of hardcore, uphill-pedaling punishment to the ultimate finish line at 4,865 feet above sea-level: a breathtaking 360-degree, panoramic view of the Adirondacks, New England, and Canada.

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Saturday, Jun. 3, 2017
Sunday, Jun. 4, 2017
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June 3, 2017

7th Annual WW 100K: The only qualifier in the Northeast for the prestigious Leadville 100—the holy grail for mountain bikers who like high elevation racing on rugged terrain.

June 4, 2017

17th Annual Whiteface Uphill Bike Race: A road cycling event up the Whiteface Veterans Memorial Highway to the top of New York State's fifth-highest peak!