Registration & Race Information

The 2020 Mountains to Meadows is cancelled. Hope to see you in 2021!

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If you’re just coming to camp and party you can purchase M2M Festival passes and join us for the good times!

SEE INFORMATION BELOW ON CATEGORIES AND COST.

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Race Cost

M2M-52 Gravel Enduro: $225 Early Bird Sale, $250 Regular

M2M-34 Gravel Enduro: $225 Early Bird Sale, $250 Regular

Prices will increase after Early Bird tickets sell out! So get on it!

Race entries include:

  • Race
  • All meals on Saturday plus drink tickets
  • On course aid stations and support
  • Rider goodie bag and welcome packet
  • Camping all week long
  • Live music
  • Festival entertainment and activities
  • M2M Village with Outdoor Expo, food trucks, beverage gardens
  • Lost Sierra Handmade Bike Show
  • Good rides. Good times. Good People.

Not Included:

  • RV spots with hook ups,purchase here.
  • Festival entry and camping for additional people. Each person(non-racer) needs to have an M2M Festival Pass to enter the fairground and attend the festival. You can purchase M2M Festival Passes here
  • Food and drinks will be for sale on site Thursday-Sunday.

Prices will increase after Early Bird tickets sell out! So get on it!

PLEASE NOTE: NO REFUNDS ARE OFFERED FOR THIS EVENT! ALSO, THERE IS A $35 TRANSFER FEE, SO BE SURE TO DOUBLE CHECK THAT YOUR RACE CATEGORY IS CORRECT UPON REGISTERING.

Lunch stop full of riders
Lunch served mid-ride.

 

M2M-52 Racer Categories

Pro Men
Pro Women
Singlespeed Open
Junior Men 13-18
Men 19-30
Men 31-40
Men 41-50
Men 51-60
Men 61+
Junior Women 13-18
Women 19-30
Women 31-40
Women 41-50
Women 51+
Men and women open Class 1: pedal-assist e-bike with a top motor-assisted speed of 20 mph ONLY
Tandem

M2M-34 Racer Categories

Open category - Three timed stages, no awards, bragging rights only!

 

 *M2M reserves the right to combine categories if a minimum of 10 riders is not met for a category*

Lunch stop full of riders
Riding from the meadows to the mountain for the first stage.

 

 

On-Site Registration and Check-In

Onsite bib # and packet pick-up: 

  • Friday 9/25: 3:00pm-7:00pm
  • Saturday 9/26: 6:00am-7:30am

Located at the Plumas Sierra County Fairgrounds in Quincy.

ALL RIDERS MUST HAVE AN ID AND CHECK THEMSELVES IN ONSITE, AFTER SIGNING THE WAIVER. ONLY THOSE UNDER 18 MAY HAVE A PARENT TO CHECK IN AND PARENT OR GUARDIAN MUST BE PRESENT. NO EXCEPTIONS! There are no onsite registration transfers or ticket sales.

Race Start:

All riders will begin as a neutral mass rollout directly from M2M Village at 8:00am. Be aware of cut off times on course.  The ride will be held rain, shine, sleet or snow. In the event of extreme weather or natural disaster, the ride may be shortened, postponed or canceled without refund.

 

 

Transfers

Whoops. You missed out on getting your ticket to ride or need to give your ticket up to another rider, check back here in August for details on how to pull the switcheroo.

 

 

 

Where Your Money Goes

Events are one of several ways the Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS) raises funds for making trail magic happen in the Lost Sierra.

If you've ever ridden the iconic trails of Downieville, the Lakes Basin and Mills Peak near Graeagle, or our newest creation, Mount Hough Trail in Quincy, you know how much time and effort goes into making these world-class trails.

Our three events - the Lost and Found Gravel Grinder, the Downieville Classic and Mountains to Meadows - are not only filled with challenges, adventure, camaraderie and a huge post-event celebration, but part of your entry fee also helps employ local Plumas and Sierra County residents full-time, working to establish a more sustainable recreation-based economy.

Participating in an SBTS event is more than just riding your bike and having a good time; it's helping create some of the best trails in America while helping communities in the Lost Sierra thrive, keeping the dream of wholesome mountain living alive and well.

Here is what the Sierra Butte Trail Stewardship has accomplished:

  • 92.5 miles of new trails built
  • 1,163 miles of trails maintained
  • 113 trail projects completed
  • 37 employees this year

Thanks for your continued support and participation, and see you trailside!

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