Aid Station Information
There will be 5 aid
stations for the Mohican 100 again this year. Racers are permitted two drops at
your choice of aid stations 2, 3, or 4. We will have the following items at the
aid stations again this year. That may help you determine what to pack in your
drop bags. One Gallon size see-through zip lock freezer bags are available at
registration. Dropping a Hydrapak is ok as well.
Hammer Nutrition Products: Hammer Heed Electrolyte drink, Racer's should bring
their own Hammer Gel’s, however, there will some
hammer gels available at the aid stations.
Fruit, typically cut Banana's, oranges,
AID STATION DIRECTIONS from SR 3 in
Aid 1: Mohican Forest Trailhead 2 located just off SR
97 in the Mohican State Forest: Head
south on SR 3, past Mohican State Park entrance, to SR 97, (approximately 2
miles) turn right onto SR 97 and continue about 3 miles to the second park road
entrance adjacent to the Horse Day Use area. Turn Right, less than ¼
mile at the split in the road, veer to the right. Aid Station is located about
1 block further on the right at MTB trailhead two parking area. Racer's will begin to reach aid one by 8:30am.
PARKING: Parking for ALL spectators and crews.
Due to limited space, do not park at the aid station. Drive past the aid
station and park at the Mohican Youth Center located less than a 1/4 mile past
the aid station on your left. There is plenty of parking available there.
Aid 2: BUCKHAVEN Learning Center: WWW.BUCKHAVEN.ORG For tight, twisty
safety reasons, this aid station is off limits to crews/spectators. Failure to
comply may result in disqualification of racer.
Aid 3, Mohican Cabins: http://www.themohicancabins.com/
Google Maps Mohican Cabins
is located at 22650 Vess Road (use Township Rd.357 if
using GPS as GPS does not recognize Vess Road),
Glenmont, Ohio, 44628 just 5 miles south of Loudonville off of Wally Road. We
are approximately 1 mile north of Tree Frog Canopy Tours.
Aid 4, Glenmont City Park: From SR3, head south on Wally Rd to dead end in Greer (14
miles). Turn LEFT on 514 to 520, approximately 3 miles. Turn RIGHT on 520, 5.4
miles to the town of Glenmont. Aid station is located in the city park on the
right just before bridge. BE CAREFUL, the local authority is watchin' out there! And the roads are twisty!
Aid 5, St Rt 3 MTB Trail Head: Head SOUTH on St Rt
3 out of Loudonville to the Mohican State Park entrance, past Wally rd but before SR97. Please use mountain bike parking on the
left, across from the park entrance. This is also a good spectator area after
the start of the race. Racers will reach the trailhead within 15 minutes of the
SUPPORT CREWS TAKE NOTICE:
THIS IS A SELF SUPPORTED EVENT. As always, no feeds outside of the aid
stations!! Doing so may result in disqualification of racer!!Crews are not
allowed to follow racers along the course! FAILURE TO COMPLY MAY RESULT IN THE
Principle: A level playing field
Rule: Racers are not allowed to accept parts, including wheel sets
and spare bike’s, or any supplies not available to ALL racers from support
crews and/or spectators at ANY time. This includes aid stations that allow crew
access. Only parts and/or supplies included in drop bags will be allowed or
cables, tubes, tires, etc. offered by aid station volunteers to ALL racers.
RACERS RECEIVING SPARE PARTS, BIKES, WHEEL SETS, ETC. FROM SUPPORT CREWS MAY BE
PLEASE RESPECT THE ENVIRONMENT AND THE LOCAL
COMMUNITY WHO MAKE THIS RACE POSSIBLE. NO SPEEDING ON BACK DIRT ROADS. No
parking on SR97 at the horse trail crossing!! Failure to comply may result in a
traffic citation issued by park officers.
Aid Station Cut-Off times and mileage:
Aid Station 1 (mile 20): 11am for 100 milers
Aid Station 2 (mile 34): 2pm for 100 milers
Aid Station 3 (mile 46): 3pm for 100 milers
4pm for 100k
Aid Station 4 (mile 72): 100 milers only: 5pm
100 milers return to Aid Station at suspension
bridge exit (mile 78): 6pm
Aid Station 5 (mile 56 100k, mile 92 100
mile): ALL RACERS 8pm
Hammer Nutrition is the official nutrition
sponsor of the Mohican 100. Aid
Stations will stock water and Hammer Heed along with a variety of foods, both
salty and sweet. All Aid stations will feature Hammer Nutrition products
including Hammer Heed. All Natural Hammer Nutrition products do not contain
artificial sweeteners or simple sugars and have become the choice of many top
athletes. To learn more about hammer nutrition and how you can benefit now by
including Hammer Nutrition in your training plan, visit www.hammernutrition.com
RACERS NOTE: If you require special foods, it is recommended that you
include them in your drop bags.