NEW FOR 2016! TOUR de BIG BEAR HORS CATÉGORIE
117 Grueling Miles. 11,667 Feet of Climbing.
A CLIMB BEYOND CATEGORIZATION
Only the exceptional need apply.
LIMITED ENTRIES IN THE FIELD
Only the strongest will survive!!

TOUR de BIG BEAR HORS CATÉGORIE

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Saturday, August 6th, 2016: 117 Grueling Miles | 11,667 Feet of Climbing

New for 2016 – the Tour de Big Bear Hors Catégorie division event.  A unique cycling event offered only to the fittest of the fit.  A limited number of spaces will be available for the HC portion of the Tour de Big Bear.   All at an altitude between 6,000 and 8,500 feet with some of the best scenery California has to offer.

Competition elements include King/Queen of the Mountain, HC Points Competition and awards for podium winners.

Limited Entries in Field | Maximum of 250 riders will compete.

Rider-Guide
Click here to download the 2016 HC Rider Guide.
  • Exclusive limited field
  • Prize Money and Prizes for HC Winners
    • HC Podium Finish (Male/Female)
      • $300
      • $200
      • $100
    • HC KOM/QOM Points
      • $200
      • $150
      • $100
    • Tour de Big Bear KOM/QOM
      • $150
      • $100
      • $ 50
  • HC VIP Check-in
  • Breakfast in HC Lounge
  • HC Start Class
  • CHP and Moto escort with HC dedicated SAG Vehicles
  • SRAM Neutral Support
  • Water Bottle Exchange at HC Aid Stations
  • Commemorative Jersey and Ride Socks
  • Top Finishers receive matching bibs
  • FREE BEER** (New Belgium) and HC glass at finish
  • Post Ride “Taste of Tour de Big Bear” Aid Station Menu in exclusive HC Lounge
  • FREE Ride Photos***
  • HC Tour de Big Bear High Performance Shirt

Amenities subject to change
** Two free beer coupons included
*** Free event photos for HC riders only

All this for $150! Register NOW!

Registration is open!

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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER

ABOUT HORS CATÉGORIE

Beyond Categorization

A French term used in cycle races to designate a climb that is “beyond categorization”, or an incredibly difficult climb. Most climbs in cycling are designated from Category 1 (hardest) to Category 4 (easiest), based on steepness, length, and how far into the stage they are encountered.  A climb that is harder than Category 1 is designated as “outside categories” or Hors Catégorie.