Rules and Frequently asked Questions

Rule #1

Don't be lame.


Rule #2

No support crews allowed on course.

Support crews are not allowed on course except to pick up a rider who is abandoning the event. If a support crew is found to be on course (except at official checkpoints), that rider will be immediately disqualified from the event.


Question #1

Can I use a GPS?

Yes. Do not cut the course. That makes you lame. Updated routes for 2019 courses will be provided March 11, 2019.


Question #2

Can I transfer my entry? Can I transfer to a different category?

Yes. A link in your registration confirmation email from bikereg.com will have all of the information you need to transfer your registration to another rider. You may also use that same link from your confirmation email to switch to a different category. No need to contact us. You can make all the changes yourself.
Visit the Official Land Run 100 Transfer Forum on Facebook to sell your spot to some lucky stiff. 

Can I GET a refund?

No. We will not be offering refunds or comp'd entries for the next year of any kind. We work very hard to put on an amazing event for all of our riders, and amazing events cost a tremendous amount of time and money to organize. If you cannot make the event, see the above section to arrange a transfer of your registration.


Question #3

I like beer. will there be beer at LR100?

Absolutely. Friday night at the rider’s meeting Iron Monk Brewery will have a beer garden opening at 3 p.m. on 7th Ave in front of District Bicycles. They will have multiple brews on tap and cans available. We could not be more stoked to have this amazing partnership with Iron Monk.


Question #4

Showers?

District Bicycles has two showers open and available for all riders to use after they finish the race. District is at the heart of the finish line party, at 120 W. 7th Ave. You can’t miss it.
You can also swing back by your hotel to shower. Or you can just hang out in your chamois and drink beer with us downtown. Totally your call.


Question #5

I do not have a support crew. What are my options?

We are offering Drop Bag Service for 100-mile riders who don’t have a support crew. Bring a small (no larger than 15”x15”) cooler or bag of what you’ll need at the Perkins halfway point — food, nutrition, fresh socks, etc. We will provide ID tags that you will attach to your drop bag. We will transport drop bags to and from Perkins, and you’ll pick it up at District Bicycles after the event.
Skratch Labs will provide neutral water and hydration drink mix at all checkpoints.
Drop Bag Service is $20, and all proceeds go to support our friend Curt Dikes, who is battling stage three brain cancer. Learn more about the Curto Dirto, our fundraising ride for Curt.
Purchase Drop Bag Service here. Scroll allllllll the way down to the bottom of the page to the merchandise section.

Drop bags are only available to participants in the 100-mile Land Run.
Drop bags are not available for 50-mile and 50K courses.


Question #6

What is DNF?

Did Not Finish.


Question #7

Will the course be marked?

Yes. The 100 mile, 50 mile and 50K courses are all fully marked with stakes at every turn and questionable intersections. Full GPS maps will be available to download for both courses on March 1, 2019.


Question #9

Do I need a support crew?

No.* We will offer drop bag service for the 100-mile course, and Skratch Labs will provide neutral water and Skratch hydration mix at every checkpoint, and there are gas stations available in the halfway points in Perkins and Ripley. There are five aid stations on the 50K course with food, water and Skratch.
The local Jeep club will be on hand during race day to monitor course conditions and on call available to make emergency pickups if needed. A phone number will published and communicated before the race to contact the Jeep club for pick up calls to be made. Only call if necessary. As always, call 911 in case of a medical or severe emergency.

*Although you do not necessarily need a support crew it is incredibly fun and motivating to have one. Ask your spouse, your friend, or your neighbor if they want to come along for the weekend and be your support in Perkins, OK for the 100 mile distance. It's something neither of you will ever forget.


Question #10

When is the Rider’s Meeting/Registration Packet Pickup?

Friday March 15, 2019 will be an evening to remember. We see the rider’s meeting as a chance for everyone to actually see each other, have great conversations,  and have an amazing night of community. Plan on coming early on Friday for our event expo with our sponsors, beer garden with Land Run brew on tap by Iron Monk Brewery, and a group ride at 3 p.m. leaving from District Bicycles.

Check out the Event Schedule for a full timeline of events.


Question #11

If I bring my someone along will they have anything to do?

Downtown Stillwater has grown and is continuing to get better and better every day. We have great food, great bars, great coffee, a great outdoor store and a great atmosphere. If you bring someone they will not want to miss the rider’s meeting on Friday night before the race. Many sponsors will be at the expo on Friday night and Iron Monk Brewery will have an amazing beer garden open during the rider's meeting. On Saturday your friends or family are more than invited to meet you at the halfway point in Perkins, OK as a support crew or to wait for you at the finish line in Downtown Stillwater directly in front of District Bicycles. Bring your crew. They will love it.


Question #12

How do I get my bike to Stillwater?

Land Run 100 is stoked to partner with BikeFlights.com to make getting you and your bike to Stillwater much easier and less stressful. Check out our partner page with them to find out about shipping your steel horse to District Bicycles, where our awesomely talented (and attractive) mechanics will make sure it’s ready to race. Contact our event manager at sally@landrun100.com for more info.