For those not familiar, Race Cascadia and the Dirt Cup is a mountain biking competition that showcases, builds and protects Cascadian trails and forests. The Cascadia Dirt Cup is the the Northwest’s premiere enduro mountain bike race series.
So far, they are about halfway into their season, and with Capital Forest Enduro right around the corner, they have lots of updates to share.
ROUND 1 RECAP
CDC #1 // TIGER MOUNTAIN ENDURO RECAP
ROUND 2 RECAP
CDC #2 // POST CANYON ENDURO RECAP
NEXT UP: ROUND 3
CDC #3 // CAPITOL FOREST ENDURO
Visit the Capitol Forest Enduro Race Guide for full event details. A few highlights:
1) They still need volunteers! SIGNUP.COM
2) NO SHUTTLING for Friday practice and please drive the posted speed limits in the ORV park and on adjacent property and roads – don’t risk a time penalty!
4) Come camp! Plenty of space at the venue! $35/hookups, $20 dry camping. Late check-in is available with gate open until 11pm Friday night. Don’t have a camper? Here’s one way to stay right in theheart of the venue while supporting our friends, Friends of Capitol Forest.
5) We’re tightening up rules and reinforcing them, KNOW THE RULES and FOLLOW THEM to avoid time penalties and/or disqualification!
LOOKING AHEAD: ROUND 4
CDC #4 // YACOLT BURN ENDURO
We can’t wait to return to the Yacolt Burn! This is a off the beaten path and a lesser known gem with phenomenal trails and course that are well worth the drive! The waitlist has been cleared and there are still spots available in the full enduro and enduro lite.