After another break, time to haul the downhill sled up to the Stevens Pass Bike Park for another shot at some points for the overall. Looks like we’re in for some amazing weather this weekend. Might want to add a trip to Leavenworth for a dip in the river after a day of ripping, maybe followed up by something cool from Icicle Brewing? Just a suggestion.
Pre-ride vids are coming soon, but for now…..Pro/Cat1/Cat2 on Slingshot Wookie and Cat 3 Lichen It to Lovin’ It.
Cheers and see you all real soon!!
|The When||The What|
|Friday August 5|
|Saturday August 6|
|10am-1pm||Cat 2/3 Practic|
|1am-4pm||Cat 1/Pro Practice|
|4:30pm-Complete||Pro/Junior Cat 1 Seeding|
|Sunday August 7|
|10:30am-Complete||Racing all Categories. Order-Cat 3, Cat 2, Cat 1, Pro|
|Upon completion||Awards Ceremony|
September 30-October 2 will be the first “official” Cascadia MTB Championships consisting of both Downhill and Enduro on the trails at Dry Hill in Port Angeles. This is a co-production by the NW Cup crew along with the Cascadia Dirt Cup crew. Think of it like this; The NW Cup Series and the CDC series are like the World Cup for the PNW whereas the Cascadia Championships are akin to the World Championships. One race, one chance, one champ (in multiple categories of course). Plus the bonus of another day of shredding as the gravity season winds down a bit.
Racers can compete in either, or both events for a King of the Mountain type award. Either way, there will be plenty of riding and good times to be had. This race does have a cap on it, so don’t delay.
Click HERE for more information. If you have any other specific questions, feel free to contact us!
Click HERE to renew and or purchase your license for 2016. It will likely save you a few bucks and will make our job a little easier for us.
Please remember to grab your number plate off you work bench before you head to the race. The newer stronger plates are pretty expensive and in limited supply. Plus there is a $5 replacement fee and no one likes that.