July 28-29, 2018

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Raging River Mountain Bike Festival

NWMTB Series and Race Cascadia have collaborated to bring a two day MTB bike festival to the I-90 corridor July 28-29, 2018. We’ve planned an XC and CDC Enduro series race as part of a fun weekend party. These will be the first races held on the Raging River/Rattlesnake Ridge trail networks. We’re offering Short and Long XC course, Full and Enduro Lite courses. CASH Payout to the top 5 Pro/Open Cross Country Men and Women. Come for the ripping trails, stay for the after party! A portion of event proceeds and alcohol sales will go directly to those who have helped sculpt these trails and develop the next generation of shredders. Thank you Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance and the Mount Si MTB Team.

 

The important stuff… 

Dates: July 28-29th, 2018

Location:

“Exit 27” at Snoqualmie Point Park

37580 Winery Rd, Snoqualmie, WA 98065

MAP https://goo.gl/maps/u2n36GagixB2


Registration:

Click here to register

Cost: Long Course $80 / Short Course $40 / Kids Race Free

There is day of registration for XC race only. All Racers need a Timing Chip. If you don’t already have one (same tubes as most Cross races) we will rent or sell you one for $5.

VOLUNTEERS! We need you! Click here to see available positions 

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Schedule:

Fri July 27 

6-9pm Registration and Packet/Number Pick-Up at Single Track Cycles North Bend. Overnight camping offered at Snoqualmie Point Park. Contact us for more info.

Sat July 28

9:00am – all races, mass start, long course racers will start first 

11pm – Clif Bar Festival / Local Beer / Food / Music / Sponsor Expo / Kids Zone and Race Course / Overnight Camping

1:30pm – Kids Racing (Short loop in Base Area)

3:00pm – Open Enduro Practice and Shuttling (Shuttle registration: compassoutdooradventures.com/racecascadia/)

3:00pm – XC Awards and Raffle

It’s going to be a beautiful weekend so we’ll have a kids water slide & slip’n slide for adults!


NEED TO KNOW:

*XC racers may not race Sunday’s Enduro. Enduro racers may race the XC on Saturday. Apologies for the shut out. We did not expect to sell out the CDC Enduro race so quickly. 

Racers: All race participants receive one free meal, beer and raffle ticket for that day’s Clif Bar Festival. Kids mini race is free. Please sign up your kiddo with our registration team before 12pm. 

Courses:

     

PDF versions:

 

Courses subject to changes.   

The Long Course (approx 25 miles) is designed to challenge you. This will get rowdy! using all the the new terrain including “Invictus”, “No Service” among other trails. We highly recommend pre-riding the Long Course before the weekend. Ideally you have a modern Full Suspension bike with a Dropper Post and aggressive tires. A fast time here is about 2:40H. Expect stocked Aid Stations on a well marked and well marshaled course. 

The Short Course (approx 15 mile) will be less intimidating, designed to challenge Beginner and Sport riders of various ages. It’s still a lot of up and down! You’ll enjoy the flow of the Rattlesnake Ridge Trail in both directions, the DH speed of the current “climbing trail”, tough Fire Road climbs and stunning views. A fast time here is about 1:40H. Expect stocked Aid Stations on a well marked and well marshaled course. 

Camping: FREE overnight camping. First come, first serve. Open to campers 6pm Friday night. No RV’s, Trailers or 5th Wheels. Only vans & tents allowed. There are no hook-ups. Register with us prior to arriving. 

 

Sun July 29

*CDC Round 4 at Raging River is Sold Out. Apply to the Waiting List.

Shuttle registration: compassoutdooradventures.com/racecascadia/

CDC Enduro race and stage details coming soon… 

9am – First wave roll out

12pm – Clif Bar Festival / Local Beer / Food / Music / Kids Zone and Race Course / Sponsor Expo

4pm – Enduro Awards and Raffle

All race participants to receive one free meal, beer and raffle ticket for that day’s Clif Festival. Expect to get rowdy on an all new course with 5 stages including “Invictus” and “No Service” among other new and unnamed trails. Expect stocked Aid Stations on a well marked and well marshaled course.