2020 Oregon Off-Road Series Dates
Best 3 total scores for Individual points
OBRA Junior MTB Series Events
Series Schedule finalized December 2019
Please note the schedule below is subject to change up to including Echo Red to Red and two other events to keep you rolling into Summer!
More Details to come as Brian and his crew get set to kick off 2020 with a great time in Echo, Oregon!LINK to Website
Amazing race to kick off the series!
Since 1987 the Mudslinger has been a fixture in mtb racing and the Corvallis Community and the Northwest. Started by a local group of mountain bikers (Randy Pratt was the official ring leader) and cyclists, this event started out small with only the first person to cross the line to mark times down for the rest of the 20 or so people competing in 1987. The Mudslinger Tradition continues 17 miles west of Corvallis on Starker Forest Property each year with “classic” NW Mountain biking for the beginner or expert rider and post-event Pasta Feed for all!
2020’s featured Podium Pint glass is Jon Myers! An All Star of Oregon mountain biking for over 25 years!
More info at mudslingerxc.com
Some decades ago Paul Thomasberg Jim Thornton and Petr Kakes designed a course that made racers cry after 50+ miles. Paul’s computer was miscalibrated by 40% and the first year PRO winner was out there for 4 1/2 hrs.The one who didn’t cry got lost. Actually, they may have cried too- we just don’t know it.OK let’s get serious. BST has a lot to offer but the name Trap was used for a reason. The Bear Springs area has its beauty, you just need to look at it instead of the wheel in front of you. Since we use portions of the OHV area we do have a lot of intersections to deal with. Once you get of the moto trails the challenge will start. The race is known for its difficulty as well as for snow on the course whenever mother nature decides to send it in late March and April. As usually Petr and his crew will be there in time to remove the cyclocross sections of the course and welcome you at the finish with the Pilsner Urquell.Don’t forget about the Short Track the day firstname.lastname@example.org | Bearspringstrap.com| Registration
This is the 25th annual Cascade Chainbreaker presented by the Bend Endurance Academy. Held entirely on the private land of the Skyline Forest, northwest of Bend, this course features an uphill gravel start, a mix of flowing singletrack and fast doubletrack for passing. The Two Bulls Fire destroyed much of the old course in 2014 so the 2015 course went to a longer single-lap format. With a generally non-technical beginner loop and usually friendly weather, it’s a great race for beginners to try some racing. Food and drinks (complimentary beer (in a can) from Deschutes Brewery are available at the finish for those over 21. Free Kids Race; cash purse for top 5 men and top 5 women; and awards with goodie bags are held onsite.
The Sisters Stampede started in 2010 after a revised trail system in Sisters, Oregon called the Peterson Ridge trail. Through cooperation with the US Forest Service, the Sisters Trail Alliance created a trail system which caters to all types of trail use including Mountain biking, running, hiking, and equestrian (separate trails). With approval and cooperation from the US Forest service, the Sisters Stampede was then created to showcase the great trail system in Sisters and create awareness of how cycling can change the way small towns look at tourism and recreation in Oregon.A race that begins just steps from Three Creeks Brewing and Five Pine lodge was just the ticket to get things started.. Throw it on Memorial Day Weekend, and its a blast! After a unique race started out by a cowboy or cowgirl on horseback, the Sisters Stampede takes riders through a forest covered in Pine, Lava, and sunshine. Beginning with a few miles of double track road is key to stretching out the large fields of riders who have come to be a part of this event. Riders can enjoy two distances depending on skill, and endurance levels (12 miles, or 27 miles). After finishing the race, riders can recover with food, music, and Three Creeks beer while watching the kids ride and participate in their own race.Register early! Only 500 allowed this year. Register HEREMORE INFO
Newport is reviving the old “Mountain Bike Festival” atmosphere with a great race, food, beer, kids races, vendors, music, tons of raffle prizes, and a big cash purse. We have an awesome course designed with gorgeous ocean views, meadows, great single track, killer climbs, forest canopies, fast downhills, and cool ocean breezes!This event is brought to life by a public-private partnership in the true spirit of community. Bike Newport, the Newport News-times and other local volunteers are volunteering alongside staff from the Newport Parks and Recreation Department to breath new life into this old race, formerly known as the Ben Eder Memorial. Proceeds from the event will go towards the youth programs scholarship fund at the Newport Recreation Center. Which allows children from economically disadvantaged households with the opportunity to participate in a number of fantastic programs. FacebookRegister HEREMore INFO
Westfir and Oakridge, Oregon
Please note the longer 50 miler is not part of the XC series scoring, but a epic time indeed!
50,25 and 12 mile courses
Subject to updates!
Discover singletrack paradise at the Alpine Epic – an XC mountain bike endurance legacy race brought to you by Cascade Cream Puff and the Alpine Trail Crew Association – featuring world-renowned, pristine singletrack on a 50, 25 or 12 mile course on the Alpine Trail system, also known as the “crown jewel” mountain bike destination in Oakridge! This course winds through open beargrass meadows, stunning vistas and old growth groves, to unsurpassed wildflower displays and lush green carpets of PNW rainforests. Along the way, enjoy well-stocked aid stations featuring a veritable smorgasbord of your favorite race treats, and some original gourmet surprises! The Alpine Epic will also help benefit thousands of volunteer hours in Middle Fork Willamette – including two new bridges on Tire Mountain, a 4.5 mile trail extension on Cloverpatch (eliminating a 3.5 mile gravel road climb), and routine maintenance and expansion on the North Fork Trail – all areas included in the race! For more information, please contact race director, Michelle Emmons at email@example.com or visit online registration January 10, 2019 at www.alpinetrailcrew.org.
SICK TRAILS AND SO MUCH FUN TO END THE SERIES!
BONUS AND NOT PART OF THE SERIES*
(YES WE HAVE A NEW ROCKY TECH ZONE IN 2020 TO CRUSH ANY CX BIKE THAT WANTS TO DO WELL)