2010 Desert 100 Pre-Registration Open

Click on the picture below to download the Pre-Registration Form. NOTE: Pre-Entry is only for Sunday Race. All other events must be entered at race site. Pre-registration entries must be received by March 31st.

2010 Desert 100 Pre-Entry

2010 Desert 100 Pre-Entry

Pre-Registration Questions?

Please use the comment section below for your Pre-Registration questions/issues. We will leave a reply ASAP. If you have something urgent or rather not post here then please send email to desert100@stumpjumpers.org

NOTE: This page is reserved for pre-registration related comments only. Comments not pertaining to pre-registration (e.g. camping, schedule, race questions, etc.) should be posted in the desert 100 forums. Thank you for your cooperation.

40 comments

  1. I am interested in the dual sport and possibly the 100. Does the entry fee cover both, or is there a seperate form for the dual sport?

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  2. Tom – Separate entry for both. You can only sign up for the Dual Sport at the event itself.

    Sign up will start Friday Evening and re-open again on Saturday morning.

    Don / SJMC

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  3. Hi i’m interested in the 100 mile 200cc& under class and I would like to know how big is one lap (miles please) or is it just one huge loop ?

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  4. Liew,

    The Desert 100 consists of 2 laps around the same loop that are roughly 50 miles in length.

    Geoff,

    The dual sport ride utilizes a good portion of our poker run course and also some of Lincoln County’s roads, BLM access roads that are not available unless you are street legal. You have the opportunity to gas up in the town of Odessa as well as get lunch at the Rocky Coulee Brewery in town.

    Hope to see you both there!

    Mike / SJMC

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  5. You will be able to refill your gas tank after the completion of 1 lap in pit row. There are no gas stops any where during the course so you’ll need to be able to do 50 miles.

    Check point information is confidential.

    Mike/SJMC

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  6. Is it ok to bring one water bottle filled with gas just enough to get you back to the pits or to use as the gas you are gonna use or do you just have to wait to get to the pits ?

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  7. Liew –
    Question #1 – Yes, if you feel you need it to complete a lap but don’t leave the empty on the course! I advise at least a Gatorade bottle they are more impact resistant.

    Question #2 – There will prop sticks available at the start chutes.

    See ya in Odessa!

    Don / SJMC

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  8. Hi, How much does it cost to run the Iron Man poker run ? Is it just one loop of 50 miles, or two ? If I did run the desert race, what class would I be registered in, riding a 1983 open class 2 stroke and I am 51 years old ?
    Thank you for your time !!

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  9. Paul,

    The Ironman Poker run is $30 that consists of 2 laps. The mileage is less than 50 miles since some of the course is reserved strictly for the Desert 100 race.

    For the race, you can run either Vintage bike (pre- 1986 bikes) class or you can run Super Senior class. Both of those classes are 1 lap.

    More information can be found on the flyer:

    Click to access 2010d100flyer.pdf

    Mike/SJMC

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  10. Chris – You pick them up when you get there. There will be a special window or location to pick them up so you are not waiting in line.

    Thanks,

    Don / SJMC

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  11. Wayne,

    Yes, you are correct. You can pre-register for the race (pre-registration closes March 31st) and sign-up for the poker run at the Desert 100 site.

    Mike / SJMC

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  12. Just want to make sure that if I don’t “pre-register”, I can still “register” for the 100 on Saturday or Sunday… I’ll just have to pay an extra $5.00. Is this correct?

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  13. R.J.

    You will still be able to register when you arrive at the Desert 100 site. You will have to get in the line for registration there instead of pre-registered line. Tomorrow is the cut-off so you can still get your registration in and save time at the race by going through the pre-registered line.

    Mike / SJMC

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  14. Mike – (****ing Decker)

    Any pre-registration forms must be RECEIVED by 3/31. This is per the race flier and I stand by it… I’m sure Debbie is ready to cut it off too…

    R.J. the lines should go quicker this year and we are extending the times you can register for the race. Check out your race flier or look at the schedule in the program when you get there.

    See ya in Odessa!

    Don / SJMC

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  15. On the Ironman 100 can I leave a gas can in the pits. I do not have anyone that can help me out with the refueling and watching my gas can.

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  16. just found out about the race, I am too late to pre -register, can i still get into the 100 mile race? can I sign up when I get there?

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  17. Hi I sent in my pre registration 3/20 and asked for a E-mail confermation
    but haven’t seen anything yet. Am I good to go?

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  18. What happens if you crash and break down mid lap? are there vehicles scattered throughout or is it just a long walk/push back to pits?

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  19. I would like some info on mini races .. How far do kids ride? Do I need to pre register? Are the awards for the kids given right after their races?

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  20. Tera,

    The kids course for the Desert 100 Kids Race is typically between 1 – 3 miles in length. Their race is a circuit loop so as many laps as they can do within allotted time. There is no need to pre-register as you will have plenty of time Saturday AM.

    Once all kids races are over, results should be posted and kids trophy awards giving out. Awards and results are posted by sign-up/centerstage area.

    Be sure to attend the mini race meeting as the start location varies each year.

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  21. Is there a guarantee that I’ll be able to register for the race the weekend of the event? I just bought a bike and I don’t want to miss out!

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