Race Schedule
 
 
The 2016 Race Schedule will be launched in early Fall. Events sometimes change due to conditions.
 
The 2015 USCC East XC racing season continued to grow,  in both racers and races. With 5 races produced this year and registered racers growing 30% year over year the future looks great for even more races and competition.
 
You can find a quick recap of each race produced this year below. You can also review photos of each race by visiting the Media page on this website and results by race and for the entire season on the Results page.
 
Thanks to all racers, fans, land owners, clubs, and sponsors for an EXCELLENT 2015 racing season. Please register to receive our off-season email newsletters and be sure to check back as the website will show the schedule first for the 2016 season.
 
 
 
  1. The Race promoter's home away from home. The long Pond 100 featured a 6 mile track in and around Long Pond. Ice was the big issue of the day and those that prepped for icy conditions were glad they did! The Jackman area is a great place to race and ride. Be sure to stop in and check out Jackman Powersports for any and all of your snowmobile needs.
    Long Pond 100
    Jackman, ME January 24, 2015
  2. Conditions were cold and the tight course tested racer and machine. A good turnout and the plan is to return in 2016. Northern Maine and Canadian racers enjoy the proximity of this venue. The crown of Maine also boasts superb groomed trail riding.
    Ft Kent 100
    Ft. Kent, ME Feb 21, 2015
  3. This year we changed up the course and location for the NH race. Moving to Dublin, NH was a last minute change and we would like to thanks Josh Allen for the help! The course was a good combination of terrain. It held out fairly well but did get a little rough late in the day.
    New Hampshire 100
    February 28, 2015
  4. A new race venue this year, thanks to the support of Team Maine Racing and Rob Gardner. This course was groomed and featured a nice variety of terrain measuring out a little over 4 miles per lap. Favorable weather with unlimited sun made for a pleasant race for all.
    Mercer 100
    Mercer, ME March 7, 2015
  5. A season tradition with the final race being held in Greenville, ME. The course was a 6 mile loop laid out on Moosehead lake. This year there was good snow cover on the lake, it was fast and flat with some hard drifting. The tradition will continue in 2016 and all can plan to race the last event in Greenville.
    Greenville 100
    Greenville, ME March 14, 2015