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Now in its thirteenth year, The 2004 24 Hours of Snowshoe (formerly the 24 Hours of Canaan) draws as many as 200 teams, 50 solo riders and more than 2,000 spectators. Sometimes referred to as "Woodstock on Wheels,"it has been listed as one of the top three mountain bike events in the U.S. by Mountain Bike and Mountain Bike Action magazines.

Three years of rain soaked courses (add water, makes its own sauce!) combined with the extreme terrain of West Virginia's fifth highest mount have made this event one of the gnarliest and most infamous races in the world-—the arena of the hardest of the hard core mountain bikers.

The race takes place on June 26th & 27th, 2004 at The Silver Creek Lodge at Snowshoe Mountain Resort near Marlinton, West Virginia. Racing is a blast, but you can also have fun as a spectator, volunteer, or as support crew for one of the teams.

Register here! You can download the race registration forms for this event or register online. Important Information: All Racers must read the RFID Fact Sheet.

We've got maps and food & lodging lists here.
The Start/Finish is at the Silver Creek Lodge.

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Don't miss out on any of the exciting events surrounding the 24 Hours of Snowshoe.

This isn't the first year that this race has occured. Check out the history of the race along with results.

Interested in seeing who the competition is? Check out what teams are registered for the race.

If you are competing in the race, you need to
know and understand the rules and regulations.


Need a teammate? Looking for a team in search of a rider? Want to find out what others are saying about the race?

Have some knowledge to contribute or looking for some answers? There are a lot of racers out there with a lot of knowledge about 24 hour racing and Skull Sessions are the place to put it all together.

Things that go bump (and argh, and ouch, and dangit!) in the night. Don't let that be you. Check out night riding tips culled from those who have been there.

Remember to support the folks who support your sport. We couldn't run this race without them. As Granny says, "Ya got to dance with the one that brung ya!" Click on any of our sponsors' logos and check out their websites. Tell 'em Granny sent ya.

The course is set and there's still plenty of gnarlyness. Lots of great work has been done to make it more rideable and more fun. Check out the latest course maps.

This press kit will help you get pre-event editorial coverage for your team in your local paper. With a mad libs style article that you can customize and a stock photo that you can download, this is a great way to give your local sponsors some positive exposure.

Volunteers are always welcome! Being a volunteer is a great way to be a part of this exciting event. You'll get an exclusive volunteer T-shirt, a meal ticket during each shift you work and you'll get to make new friends and have lots of fun.

Granny and our sponsors always try to have a cornucopia of cash and prizes. As it gets closer to race time, we will let you know what is up for grabs. Stay don't want to miss out!

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