White Mountain Double

The White Mountain Double Century has always had an amazing group of riders show up each year to ride in one of the best locations in the country.

Plan on being at the festivities this year at the White Mountain Double Century.  It’s going be fun and exciting, be sure you are part of it.  The new course changes from 2016 will remain in place as part of 2017’s route.

We are serving a pasta dinner Friday night at “Rider Check-in,and breakfast at start/finish on Saturday at the LaQuinta Inn. If you are staying at the LaQuinta Inn on Sunday, there will be breakfast and a recap of the Saturday’s event.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

The White Mountain Double Century starts and finishes in Bishop, California. Bishop is known as the “Small Town with a Big Back Yard”.

Bishop is located on Route 395, 266 miles northwest of Las Vegas, NV, 209 miles southeast of Tahoe, CA, and 215 miles north of Bakersfield, CA. It is remotely located, and surrounded with an incredible amount beautiful areas, which all makes it one of the best areas in the country to ride your bike. Just to mention a few around Bishop are:

  • Mammoth Lakes Area, 47 miles
  • Yosemite National Park, 76 miles
  • Mono Basin National Forest, 66 miles
  • Mt. Whitney/Inyo National Forest, 70 miles
  • Ancient Bristlecone Pine National Forest, 38 miles
Our Host Hotel for 2016 White Mountain Double Century is:
La Quinta Inn
651 N. Main St.
Bishop, CA 93514
Tel : (760) 873-6380
Must make reservations and ask for the NdZONE special rate.



Friday, Sept. 8, 2017:
4:30 pm – 7:30pm Rider Check-In
5:00 pm – 7:00pm Pasta Dinner

Saturday, Sept. 9, 2017:
4:00 am – Early WMD Start*
4:30 am – 5:00 am Rider Check-in
5:00 am – Late WMD Start**
11:00 pm Course Closed

*Suggested start time for riders who may be concerned about making the 6:00 pm off @ the Smoothie Station.

** Mandatory start time for riders expecting to finish under 14 hours.

Sunday, Sept. 10, 2017:
6:00 am – 8:00 am Breakfast and Event Recap

The Rules/Polices section to design clearly state NdZONE’s position on the rider safety and on business practices for the participants. We treat everyone equal and don’t play favorites, therefore there are no exceptions to the rules and policies for anyone. NdZONE is commitment to bring you a positively good event. Thank you for your interest in the White Mountain Double Century.

Riders that break rules will be disqualified and prohibited from entering future events and lose their California Triple Crown credit.

  1. Riders must follow the basic rules for safe cycling.
  2. Riders must follow the California Motor Vehicle Code and U.S. Forest Service rules during the event from the Government Rules section below. Riders who do not follow these are considered to have added an unnecessary risk to themselves, other riders, drivers, and they will be immediately disqualified.
  3. Riders must comply with the requests from the local law enforcement, CHP, NHP, and the U. S. Forest Service
  4. Riders must wear the official event identification provided at check-in.
  5. Riders must carry personal identification with emergency contact phone number during the event.
  6. While cycling riders must wear a correctly fitting and fastened helmet.
  7. Riders must check in at the start/finish lines and designated check points, no exceptions. A rider who does not make a cut-off time, poses unnecessary risk to themselves or others, and/or refuses SAG from a course marshal will be DNF or disqualified from the event. Their emergency contact will be called and informed of their status. No further assistance will be given and the rider will be fully responsible from that point forward.
  8. Rider may not have a personal vehicle on the course for any reason (SAG, cheering, photos, etc.). Riders with any association to personal vehicle anywhere on the course are considered to have added an unnecessary risk to themselves, other riders, drivers, and they will be immediately disqualified.  Volunteers are encouraged from the riders, which allows their family and/or friends to be on the course safely under the direction the event.


  1. Riders at check-in are required to sign the Accident Waiver before they are allowed to participate in the event. The waiver will not be modified in any manner.
  2. Riders must pay the event entry fee, or use a Volunteer’s Ride Credit.
  3. Volunteer Ride Credit is only given to a rider who has work an event or a half credit is given to a rider, if a friend or family member has worked an event on their behalf.
  4. Entry fees and/or ride credits are non-transferable, non-refundable, un-exchangeable and/or un-rollable.
  5. The above entry fee policy applies if the event has to be cancel due to a community or natural disaster, act of God, and/or Terrorism. The affected riders will be permitted to sign up at the best price entry fee for the next year’s event up to the end of the registration period.
  6. We will email you confirmation when you complete the on-line registration process, and we will add your name to the event roster once we have receive your payment or your Ride Credit request.
  7. When registration is closed, it is closed. Only riders who have registered and therefore have their name is on the event roster may ride.
  8. There will be no exceptions to the deadlines, policies, or rules for granting them would be unfair to the riders who have complied with them.
WMD Jersey Design-01

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The jersey is made with a club fit by Voler. Click here for sizing chart. Jersey is $80 includes handling, shipping, taxes, and processing fees.
Ordered your jersey now and it will be shipped to you in November.

Click here to place your order!

We are honored to have had the graphic design for the White Mountain Double Century jersey done by Jim Poppy. A BIG thank you goes out to Jim!