|Friday April 18||8:30AM-2PM||Registration|
|8:00AM-11:00AM||Cat 2 Practice|
|11:00AM-2:00PM||Cat 3 & Cat 1(no 0-18) Practice|
|2:00-4:30PM||Pro & Cat 1 0-18 Practice|
|5:00PM||Seeding Runs Pro Cat 1 0-18|
|Sunday||8:00AM-9:30||Open Practice (One Run Only!!!)|
|10:00AM-Done||Racing All Classes|
|ASAP After Racing||Raffle/Awards|
The NW Cup is the premier DH series in the Pacific Northwest. Now in it’s 7th year, we are adding a new twist with a partnership with SE Racing and BC Cup for a couple of stops. Should be interesting.
This Week’s Forecast on Dry Hill
Chance of Rain50°/37°
Chance of Rain50°/39°
Chance of Rain54°/43°
Dry Hill Information
Dry Hill has a large network of downhill trails developed over the past 15 years. It is on land owned by Washington DNR and we owe them a big thank you for helping make this possible. With our mild-ish weather and trails that top out at only 1600′, the trails are ride-able basically all year. The road is gated except for race days, but trails are open for pushing /pedaling up. There are great trails for all skill levels and we go to great lengths to use as many different lines as we can for each race. Go to the media page to see the tracks.
Where to Stay?
Red Lion Hotel is a great option for crashing out while at the races. They offer a sweet central location, reduced rates for participants, and a little breakfast to get you ripping in the AM. Also, they are a very supportive sponsor of the NW Cup!! Big thanks to the Red Lion and the Crabhouse Restaurant.