Noon2Moon

Are you up for the challenge?

Be a part of our second annual endurance mountain bike race at Coler Mountain Bike Preserve. Race solo, or grab 2 friends and make it a team!

Not sure you want to take on a full 6- or 12-hour endurance race? Grab two friends and sign up for the 6 hour race. That is only two hours of riding!

Registration coming soon!

2022 Race Photos
2022 Race Results

May 6th, 2023

6-Hour Race: 12pm – 6pm
12-Hour Race: 8am – 8pm

Frequently Asked Questions

An endurance mountain bike race simply means mountain biking for a longer than normal time or distance! So let’s crush it…

  • 12 hour racers will start at 8:00 am
  • 6 hour racers will start at 12:0 pm

Solo riders will do as many laps as possible in their allotted time.
Teams will do as many laps as possible during their allotted time, but must always have a team member on course to qualify.

Solo riders and teams with the most laps in their allotted times will be awarded prizes based on category.

To give all racers equal opportunity, that’s a surprise until race day! You can expect parts of Esther’s, Oscar’s, Fireline, and new trail. The course will be between 6-8 miles per lap; do as many laps as possible in 6 or 12 hours.

Each category will be further broken into the time category (6hour or 12hour)
and also division (male, female, or non-binary).

  • The top three in each category will receive a prize.
  • Pro: Open to anyone that wants to race in a pro level
  • Amateur: broken into age groups based on registration.
  • Junior: youth under 18. Youth under 18 are also welcome in the Pro Open
    category.
  • Masters: age category over 50
  • Teams: OPEN category that can be comprised of any combination of 2-3
    racers.

Before the race, back a racer using the online peer-to-peer giving platform. Each donation directly supports Coler Mountain Bike Preserve and Peel Compton
Foundation’s mission to connect the community through nature, education, recreation, and preservation.

Leashed dogs are welcome during Noon2Moon, but please clean up after them!

If you’re camping at Coler, your dog cannot stay overnight at the campground.