What to Bring

Well, we can't really answer this question for you, but here are some of our suggestions:

  • Cash money — for more drinks, food, or for some live-printed schwag. Don't miss out!

  • Appropriate clothing — rain jacket, long sleeves, tanks, shorts, etc. It's the mountains — better safe than sorry...

  • Chemical defenses — sunblock, bug spray. Mossies are out in full force!

  • Your biking stuff — you know, helmets, gloves, knee pads, bike... Pretty essential.

  • Tools and tubes — don't be that person! Be prepared to fix your mechanicals. Even if don't know how to use them, a friendly face will likely help you out.

  • Food and water — know thyself.

  • Potato masher optional.


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Registration: 8:00-9:30

Sign in location: Pemberton Distillery, 1954 Venture place.  Please do not park at the Distillery

Riders meeting: TBD
Wave 1 Start TBD
Wave 2 Start: TBD
Wave 3 start: TBD

Self seeding:

  • If you are fast on the way up and down – put yourself in Wave 1.

  • If you are fast on the way down, but take your time on the way up – put yourself in Wave 2.

  • If you are just here for a Good Time and a day out on your bike – put yourself in Wave 3.

Parking: 1933 Stonecutter Place.  Drive to the Pemberton industrial park, Stonecutter Place is the third street on the left.  There will be signage!



Stage Cut Off Times

Each stage will open and close at specified times to help with logistics and to make sure everyone finishes safely. Check back once the course is announced for specifics.

Course Description

Course announcement coming April 11th!

Mark your calendars (and just start riding everything).

Race photos by Nick Gottlieb

Aid Station

We will have one aid station to fuel you up with snacks, water, and good vibes. Last year we had a smorgasbord of goodies and big smiles!


Everyone on course has volunteered their time.  Take a moment to thank them.  This is a community event, not an EWS. 


You are expected to assist fellow riders on course.  If a rider requires medical assistance dial the number provided via Facebook and on race day.  There are trained medical personnel throughout the course and on our sweep team.  If an injured party requires urgent assistance dial 911.