Mountain & Trail Press Release

World-Class Cycler David “Tinker” Juarez to Compete in the Hampshire 100

Premiere Ultra-Endurance Mountain Bike Race and Trail Run, August 17

  • 8th Annual Hampshire 100 is hosted by the Eastern Fat Tire Association and brings more than 500 endurance racers from across the U.S. and Canada to compete at Pro/Elite, Expert, Sport, and Novice Levels
  • Races include:
    • 100-mile ultra endurance mountain bike race
    • 100km endurance mountain bike race
    • 100km ultra trail run
  • Racers will wind through the diverse terrain in the towns surrounding Greenfield, including a traverse of Crotched Mountain
  • Crotched Mountain Rehabilitation Center’s Accessible Recreation and Sports (CMARS) program, which brings people with disabilities together with family and friends in a range of accessible recreational and sport activities, and the Hampshire 100 both support healthy living and quality competitive athletic programs and events. For the past seven years, CMARS has been a beneficiary of a portion of the proceeds from the Hampshire 100.


  • David “Tinker” Juarez to compete in third Hampshire 100 race
    • Juarez is a world-famous cycler, finishing third in the 2006 Race Across America that covers 3,000 miles
    • Former professional BMX racer
    • Has won numerous national and international races

Sunday, August 17
Races begin as early as 5:30 a.m. with finishers expected around 11 a.m., pending race times and conditions

Oak Park
791 Forest Road
Greenfield, NH

Mountain bikers and runners can register at


Becky Brown, Montagne Communications
603.644.3200 ext 25

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