2022 Weekly Race Series Rates:

In-Person Series

  • Adult MTB or Trail Running Series $125
  • Adult Both Series $200
  • Youth MTB or Trail Running Series $75
  • Youth Both Series $125
  • Family MTB or Trail Running Series $200
  • Family Both Series $350

Virtual Race Series

  • Adult MTB or Trail Running Series $70
  • Adult Both Series $125
  • Youth MTB or Trail Running Series $45
  • Youth Both Series $75
  • Family MTB or Trail Running Series $145
  • Family Both Series $225

Choice of Both In-Person and Virtual Series

  • Adult MTB or Trail Running Series $150
  • Adult Both Series $225
  • Youth MTB or Trail Running Series $100
  • Youth Both Series $150
  • Family MTB or Trail Running Series $250
  • Family Both Series $400
Catamount Weekly Race Series

Weekly Race Series 2022

Join us this year and be a part of the longest running weekly race series in the country! The weekly races at Catamount have a strong history in the community and offer a fun and relaxing atmosphere for everyone. Whether you are new to racing, or a seasoned competitor, you won’t want to miss the races at Catamount! As in prior years, we will host Tuesday evening run series and Wednesday evening bike series.  The weekly in-person races will begin at 6:00pm.

 Please see the Race Series FAQ’s below for full details.  

Virtual Race Information:

  • If you purchase the Virtual Series or Choice, we will email you Submission link
  • Each week we will announce the course late Sunday afternoon
  • Virtual racers choose when to complete the course
  • Virtual results must be entered by 9pm on Thursday
  • We will post results!

As a virtual racer, you can choose the timing app that works best for you! Some of the more popular ones include: Strava, RunKeeper, Endomondo, GoogleFit and MapMyFitness.




Q: What race series options are available?

A: Adult, Youth, and Family options are available. You can choose to enter the In-Person Series Only, Virtual Series Only, or choose the ‘Choice’ option!

Q: What is the ‘Choice’ option?

A: You can choose to race in-person or virtual each week! Since end of season awards are based on participation you never have to miss a week because of the inevitable, such as weather cancellations, illness, work, or family plans.

Q: Is there night-of race registration?

A: In-person registration will be offered for those purchasing that evening’s race.  If you want to purchase the race series please do that online. In-person registration closes at 5:45pm!

Q: How do I get my race bib/plate number?

A: Everyone who has registered for the race series to date will be assigned a race number and you can pick up your race number the first night you come to the in-person race.  If you want to avoid potential lines on race night, you can stop at the Hub at Catamount anytime prior to the race to collect your bib or number plate.

Q: What do I do if I lose my race number or forget it on race night?

A: Come to the registration table and let us know.  We will give you a blank bib/plate where we will write your race number on it with a sharpie.  It is critical you use the correct race number for the timing system and race results.


Q: What nights are the races?

A: Same as usual. Trail running Tuesday nights and MTB Wednesday nights.

Q: What time does the race start?

A: Same as before… wave starts beginning at 6pm.  Don’t be late! Start times for the run series are: 6:00 Kids cadet race; 6:15 5k. Start times for the bike series are: 6pm 1 lap; 6:03 Cadet; 6:05 Cubbies; 6:15 2 lap; 6:27 4 lap; 6:30 3 lap.

Q: Will there be 10K trail runs this year?

A: Yes, same as before… we will run 10K races on the 2nd Tuesdays of each month.

Q: How will you let me know if you cancel a race due to weather?

A: COFC uses the National Weather Service Hourly Forecast to make weather related decisions. If the forecast is showing a 60% chance (or higher) for thunderstorms between 6:00-7:30pm, we will cancel the race for that evening. We will make cancellation decisions by 4pm the day of the race, and will announce it on our Facebook page. 


Q: Will you post race results?

A: Yes, we will post race results each week.  We are using a timing system called Webscorer this year, and results will be posted to a Catamount page at Webscoerer.com. 

Q: What do I do if I spot an error in my race results?

A: Please contact us via email before 9p on Thursday and provide details about the error.

Q: Will you combine race results from in person and virtual?

A: No. Virtual and in person will have separate race results

Q: How do I earn my weekly attendance credit for year end awards?

A: Attendance credit is earned for both in-person and virtual races.  Make sure you see your name in the results posted each week and you will know that you received credit.  You will NOT get 2x credit if you race in person and virtual

The Race Courses

Black Arrows on White

The 2021 version of the Black Arrows on White Squares Race Route. This year’s version involves some meadow views followed by a fun jaunt on Black Bridge. Then some tough climbing through Shovelhead, but a fun descent down Mullett and finishing with Apple Sauce. Each lap has 249 feet of climbing and is just under 3 miles.

Strava Route Link

Trailforks Link

Red Arrows on Black

The 2021 Red Arrows on Black Squares race course features a lot of fun, twisty single track with a few minor technical challenges for newer riders. Each lap is about 3.6 miles and 220 feet of climbing. Be on the lookout for potential closures through the summer as the VELCO work goes on.

Strava Route Link

Trailforks Link

Yellow Arrows on Green

The 2021 Yellow Arrows on Green Squares race course starts next to the parking lot in the main event area heading east on Night Trail to Getting Started and features a small climb to the fast and flowy Slalom. Then it climbs back up to the Lookout and descends through a mix of techy and flowy trails until looping back to the base area. Over 3.6 miles each lap climbs 427 feet.

Strava Route Link

Trailforks Link

Black Arrows on Orange

This is a second course on Goose Hill (south side)! The complete lap is 5.34km and will take you on a full tour of what the south side has to offer.

Strava Link

Trailforks Link

The race course each week will be announced Sunday night on our website and Facebook page. You may also check ‘The Hub’ in the parking lot where a sign of the course arrow is posted by the window. Runners can choose between a 2.5k , 5k , or a 10k (10k runners will have to do two laps) for the season. Bikers can choose between a 2.5k and 1 to 4 laps. * Distances are approximate and vary on each course, year to year.


Single Race Entry:

Adult $15

Youth $10


Current Race Course:


Series Team Competition Rules

The Catamount Weekly Race Team Competition is meant to be a fun way for weekly racers to compete against each other in a team atmosphere. Results are based strictly on participation and the number of members who race each week.

With that in mind, here are the basic rules:

  • Each team will consist of up to 25 members. If your group is larger than 25, you can form multiple teams.
  • Team members can race as many times as they want throughout the season. They will only score for the team the weeks they actually race and finish.
  • Scoring will simply be one point for each member who finishes per week. Results and team standings will be calculated weekly.
  • At the end of the season the winning team will be announced at the Awards Ceremony.
  • The winning team will have its name engraved on a plaque which will be displayed on the Catamount Hub.
  • Individual team members will not receive prizes for the team competition, but are still eligible for season ending awards based on participation.

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