Race Details:

Presented By: Madras Races

Thank you for registering. 

We look forward to seeing you at this unique event to Oregon Bicycle Racing. Our team has expanded this event to offer more racing in a very friendly format to all 

Check in-Day of your event at the trailhead.

If you are doing both days, you have ONE plate... DON'T LOSE IT

Check in prior to your event anytime- we will open at 9:30am and close down at 12:30pm 

Parking on event day

Juniper hills park- you will see signs

Google maps

Schedule Update: 

Due to Saturday's field sizes, there are some scheduling changes. 


FIRST RACE: 10:30am. Junior (U1Cool Boys

SECOND RACE 11:10am Women's B, Junior Girls, and Women's A

THIRD RACE 11:50am MEN's B category

FOURTH RACE 12:30pm Men's A category (finals)

As you can see I nixed the prelims/finals. 

Sunday schedule will remain the same. 

On Sunday action begins with the XCO event on a 5.7 mile loop that takes 25-35 minutes. Our races are expanded this year to do Laps for time, not total laps. This means more racing time! if someone is behind schedule, and will be holding up the event, we will pull them from the course. 

You will arrive to the staging area 5 minutes before your scheduled start time- otherwise you've missed out. 

We will be combining waves as nessecary, this will streamline our event, and give you people to ride with. 


Podiums and awards will be handled between the events on Sunday, and after the short track on Saturday. If a racer races at 9am we will aim to get awards done at 10:30 . 11:30 am racers will be done at 1:00pm. Last race of the day will have awards shortly after. 

OK, how about extracurriculars?

Friday AM- Course marked and taped for pre-ride. Group pre-ride 4pm

Friday, social ride 5pm- casually ride other trails in the network with more jumps and flow 

Saturday- 11am and 2pm Girls all ride clinic 

Saturday evening bonfire- this will be at the trailhead parking area


Ok, how about vendors? 

We have:

2 food trucks (wandering chef, hawaiian) 

Blazing Saddles mechanical support

Thompkins Chiropractic services

Girls All ride

Team 10 Barrel 


Come join Girls All Ride Saturday, April 23rd at the Bone Crusher Event for a complimentary 30 min intro skills session and bike games for Girls Ages 9-15, all levels are welcome. Times are 11 am and 2 pm. Spots are limited. Sign up early on Saturday at the Girls All Ride tent to secure your spot.


Check in with Landon F who will be camp host. This is located at Juniper Hills Park. We have suggested to people to Reserve a spot, and if you haven't I only have 3 left so let me know! 


Alright! Let's have a great race weekend!


Andrew, Brennan, and Landon 


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