Moat Mountain 24 Hours of Great Glen Mountain Bike Race

New England’s Premier Mountain Bike Race Returns! 

Registration for the Moat Mountain 24 Hours of Great Glen is SOLD OUT — but there is plenty of fun on tap for spectators!

For two decades, people from across the country traveled to the base of Mt. Washington in Pinkham Notch, NH, to participate in the 24 Hours of Great Glen (24HOGG) mountain bike race. The first of its kind in New England, the 24HOGG was based on the famed 24 Hours of Canaan in W. Virginia. On a specially designed course at Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center, the 24HOGG started with a modest 11 teams in 1995, and steadily grew with the last race featuring more than 180 teams and 500 participants.

After a 5-year hiatus, in 2020 we welcome back our mountain bike community that has been imploring Great Glen Trails Outdoor center to revive this beloved family-friendly event. With a theme of “Back to the Land of Oz,” based on the classic Wizard of Oz, 2020 will boast a celebration of mountain bike culture with camping and community, bike expo, friendly contests, costumes, music, and food trucks. Festivities also include the 24 Minutes of Great Glen for the kids which had over 80 participants in 2015.

From expert riders to amateur racers and newbies, the 24HOGG long attracted a broad range of competitors and 2020 will continue that tradition. Riders will spend 24 hours challenging the race course around Great Glen on both packed gravel carriage roads and merciless single track. Some tackle the course with teams of family and friends, some choose to challenge alone.

Join us as we journey back to OZ!

Be sure to follow the Moat Mountain 24 Hours of Great Glen on Facebook for race info, updates, and community!

Moat Mountain 24 Hours of Great Glen Mountain Bike Race

New England’s Premier Mountain Bike Race Returns! 

Registration for the Moat Mountain 24 Hours of Great Glen is SOLD OUT — but there is plenty of fun on tap for spectators!

For two decades, people from across the country traveled to the base of Mt. Washington in Pinkham Notch, NH, to participate in the 24 Hours of Great Glen (24HOGG) mountain bike race. The first of its kind in New England, the 24HOGG was based on the famed 24 Hours of Canaan in W. Virginia. On a specially designed course at Great Glen Trails Outdoor Center, the 24HOGG started with a modest 11 teams in 1995, and steadily grew with the last race featuring more than 180 teams and 500 participants.

After a 5-year hiatus, in 2020 we welcome back our mountain bike community that has been imploring Great Glen Trails Outdoor center to revive this beloved family-friendly event. With a theme of “Back to the Land of Oz,” based on the classic Wizard of Oz, 2020 will boast a celebration of mountain bike culture with camping and community, bike expo, friendly contests, costumes, music, and food trucks. Festivities also include the 24 Minutes of Great Glen for the kids which had over 80 participants in 2015.

From expert riders to amateur racers and newbies, the 24HOGG long attracted a broad range of competitors and 2020 will continue that tradition. Riders will spend 24 hours challenging the race course around Great Glen on both packed gravel carriage roads and merciless single track. Some tackle the course with teams of family and friends, some choose to challenge alone.

Join us as we journey back to OZ!

Be sure to follow the Moat Mountain 24 Hours of Great Glen on Facebook for race info, updates, and community!

Rec After Hours at Mt. Prospect Ski Area

Rec After Hours comes to Lancaster! The recreation starts at 5 p.m. with hiking and mountain biking followed at 6 p.m. by food and drink there at Mt. Prospect Ski Tow, Rte. 3, 2 miles south of downtown Lancaster. Come to have fun, be merry, and network with other recreation-minded North Country denizens!

5 p.m.: Hiking and biking on Mt. Prospect led by local aficionados. Meet at the parking lot. Tour the hut, yurt, and glades.

6 p.m.: Food and drink provided by Mt. Prospect’s own grill maestro Miller. Feather boas optional!

7:30 p.m.: After After Hours at the Copper Pig in the old Lancaster Bank Building at Main & Middle Streets in Lancaster.

Rec After Hours creates forums for NH’s amazing recreation communities to get together, network, and share plans while also having a good time.

 

 

Mountain Bike Tour at Washburn Family Forest

The Washburn Family Forest in Clarksville is a 2,128 acre property with 6 miles of frontage along the Connecticut River.  Protected in 2008, this property boasts 17 miles of well maintained gravel woods roads just waiting to be explored on mountain bikes!  Come and enjoy an easy mountain bike ride (no single track or technical sections) through some beautiful forest.  Bring your own bike and gear, snacks/lunch and plenty of water.  Meet at the Washburn Family Forest Parking area on Route 3 in Clarksville (on the east side of Route 3 just before the bridge that enters Pittsburg).  No RSVP necessary; questions should be directed to Nigel Manley at [email protected].

Landshark Mountain Bike Ride

This Tuesday ride is for riders of all abilities. This is a group ride for one to two hours. Helmets are required and lights may be required during the winter months. For more information call the shop at (603) 444-3437.

Location will change weekly, the default is the PRKR lot on School Street for the winter.

Landshark Mountain Bike Ride

This Tuesday ride is for riders of all abilities. This is a group ride for one to two hours. Helmets are required and lights may be required during the winter months. For more information call the shop at (603) 444-3437.

Location will change weekly, the default is the PRKR lot on School Street for the winter.

Landshark Mountain Bike Ride

This Tuesday ride is for riders of all abilities. This is a group ride for one to two hours. Helmets are required and lights may be required during the winter months. For more information call the shop at (603) 444-3437.

Location will change weekly, the default is the PRKR lot on School Street for the winter.

Landshark Mountain Bike Ride

This Tuesday ride is for riders of all abilities. This is a group ride for one to two hours. Helmets are required and lights may be required during the winter months. For more information call the shop at (603) 444-3437.

Location will change weekly, the default is the PRKR lot on School Street for the winter.

Landshark Mountain Bike Ride

This Tuesday ride is for riders of all abilities. This is a group ride for one to two hours. Helmets are required and lights may be required during the winter months. For more information  call the shop at (603) 444-3437.

Location will change weekly, the default is the PRKR lot on School Street for the winter.

Landshark Mountain Bike Ride

This Tuesday ride is for riders of all abilities. This is a group ride for one to two hours. Helmets are required and lights may be required during the winter months. For more information  call the shop at (603) 444-3437.

Location will change weekly, the default is the PRKR lot on School Street for the winter.