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100 MILE PSYCHO KILLER

 
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PRESENTS THE PSYCHO KILLER

 
 

We’ve all seen those horror movies. You know, the ones where the crazed killer is lurking in a dark house where the phone line has been cut and the victim just keeps going further into the house as opposed to just running out the front door? Yeah, that victim is you and the Psycho Killer 100 course is the masked murderer lurking behind the door.
The Psycho Killer 100 mile race is geared towards those unique individuals who enjoy a long day in the saddle, those type of folks that both adore and despise the terrain that lay before them, and the people who find great pleasure in pushing through the pain and fatigue to survive and see another day.
Those considering to race this distance consider yourselves forewarned, this ain’t no flat and well manicured gravel road tour. You’re going to find all the hills, sand and loose gravel that the dark side of your heart desires.

On a serious note: This race course is designed to be extremely difficult. There are sections where you will more than likely have to walk at one point or another. Sager Rd will remain in the course regardless of conditions. There areas where you will be over 20 miles form the start/finish and 15 miles from an aid station. Spring in Michigan can bring with it volatile weather from 80 degrees and sunny to 35 degrees and heavy rain, you will need to be prepared to handle the elements for the duration of the event. Maintaining an average pace of 10mph including breaks, course navigation and rest stops will not be easy. A high level of fitness and preparedness will be required to complete this event, and preparation should not be taken lightly!

Okay then, you’re one sick puppy! Now that you’ve convinced yourself this is for you, here’s what you can expect….

THE PANARACER PSYCHO KILLER 100 MILE RACE DETAILS:

  • 100 mile cue sheet

  • 100 mile GPS route (you may need to be logged in to Strava to download the file)

  • Map – printable 8.5 x 11

  • The course will NOT be marked. We will have cue sheets, maps and a downloadable GPS file.

  • Race is capped at 350 registered racers so don’t wait and cry when it’s all sold out! Last year the 100 mile sold out in just a few days!

  • In addition to the Barry-Roubaix swag bag, registering racers of the Psycho Killer will receive a Psycho Killer stem cap.

  • If you finish… you will finish in the race chute to the cheers of your adoring fans.

  • Finish under 6.5 hrs and receive a custom Psycho mug (only for the 100 mile racers)

  • Two race categories: Women’s Open and Men’s Open

  • Approx. 100 miles with 7,000 feet of climbing.

  • You will start in one wave escorted through Hastings city limits by the Hastings City Police.

  • Race start time: 7:00 AM EST at normal Start chute (corner of Green st. and Church st.)

  • The course will NOT be marked.

  • Distance from start to Middleville Shell gas station: 47 miles

  • Distance from start to Otis Lake aid station: 65 miles

  • Distance from start to Cedar Creek aid station: 86 miles

  • Aero and Tri Bars ARE allowed on the 100-mile race if you’d like to use them

Cut off times: For the safety of racers there will be three cut off time checkpoints with a 10 mph enforcement. Times will be adjusted if the race starts after 7 AM
– race start to the first aid station (mile TBD) by TBD
– race start to the Otis Lake aid station ( mile 65 ) by TBD
– race start to Cedar Creek aid station ( mile 86) by TBD
** ANY RACER PULLED FOR TIME CUT OFF WILL RECEIVE A RIDE BACK TO HASTINGS FROM AN AID STATION SAG VEHICLE**

  • Aid stations will have volunteers serving; Infinit Nutrition GoFar, Water, Cliff bars and Cliff ShotBloks, Bananas, Oranges

  • You may only receive support (from your team, family or volunteers) at the aid stations

  • Awards: No cash awards, Top 10 Women and Top 10 men will each receive custom trophies and 6.5 hour mugs awarded at the awards after-party

  • You can ride but you can’t hide….