Thanks for your patience. These are taking a little longer as we are seeding all categories (other than Pro/Junior X) based on the current standings in the NW Cup.
If you see any errors, please swing by the finish line prior to racing. Thanks everyone.
For those of you shipping your kiddos, or just wanting to use up that last bit of toner in your work printer, here is your opportunity. Remember, it will be available on-site as well so it is not required.
At this point, we don’t have the Tamarack Bike Park Waiver, but will try to make that happen. You might(?) need to contact Tamarack for that.
With 3 of 8 rounds in the books, we’re making a quick turnaround to Idaho and Tamarack Bike Park. If you were there last year, you remember the moondust. We moved Tamarack up the schedule to catch primo dirt for NW Cup #4, and the Pro GRT Finals.
“There are three rounds of the Pro GRT done with one to go. The series champs will be crowned at this, the final round. “
This will be third visit to Tamarack for the NW Cup. Super fun riding at the park, and in the area. We would suggest bringing your trailbike and exploring some other zones nearby, you won’t be disappointed. The resort has been purchased and is under heavy renovation which bodes well for the future of the park.
One of the most common questions we’re getting is the accommodations and camping. There is ample lodging available right at the resort and you can use the “NW CUP” code when reserving to get a bit of a break. For camping, there is a bunch of Idaho State Parks down on the lake just below the venue. They do fill up so try asap. Beyond that, there will be some camping in the Parking areas around the resort. PLEASE, if you plan to stay at the resort lots, take as little space as possible so your NW Cup family can fit in. See below for the primary camping zones. After that, we’ll see what we can do. Keep in mind, there is no tent camping at the resort.
So Far, So So Good
The season is cruising along and the drama is already starting to build. Roots & Rain is doing all the thinking for you at this point thankfully. There are a bunch of new faces out there this year, especially of little ones, which is awesome! There were 23 kiddo’s under 10 at the last race.
Here is the latest Technical manual for Round 4. We do our best to provide accurate information, so please be prepared for minor adjustments.
Lastly, thank you to Everyone that has contributed to making the NW Cup what it has become. We feel very lucky to get to hang with all of you!
Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions, and see you soon.
Hey everyone. Due to some technical difficulties, we weren’t able to post results and up to date start times.
And, we’re trying something new. We are working late to make your racing experience as drama free as possible. We are seeding all racers based on the current season standings. (Trust me, it takes a while).
So……here they are.
Skibowl Bike Park, in the shadow of spectacular Mt. Hood will be the next testing ground for you all this year as the NW Cup sets sail for a voyage around the PNW.
As has become the norm, Petr Kakes and crew have been clearing snow and grooming the trails that we all know, but seem to get better every year. This winter has put all the venues (even Dry Hill) up against the wall but rest assured, everything will be ready. It actually makes for the best dirt too!
This year, the only thing going at Skibowl will be the NW Cup. No weddings, no mountain sliders, just us. The turnout last year has us focused on getting you all as much practice as possible prior to the finals on Sunday. See the Flyer below for the schedule. Also, take advantage of the below sweet deal if you’re still looking. Super dialed place to stay when visiting Skibowl.
With a couple rounds down, it’s time to start paying attention to Roots & Rain for the latest series standings.