The Trans-Cascadia is a four day blind-format, backcountry mountain bike race held in the Oakridge area. Up to 100 riders will take part in the event and will camp each night of the race while on the course. There will be gourmet food and backcountry camp vibes.
True to their blind format, the exact location for the 2019 race within the Cascadia Bioregion will only be disclosed to racers closer to the event dates (September 24 – 30, 2019) and the stage details won’t be disclosed until the nightly meetings during the race.
Out of respect for the pristine locations in which the event is held, there are only 100 entries available. This race has sold out every year since it began four years ago – don’t miss out.
Trans-Cascadia Inc was founded by a group of long-time, bike-industry professionals that hosted the first race in 2015. The event is part of the non-profit’s larger mission to promote and build sustainable trails in the Pacific Northwest. Their work is made possible by the community of racers, volunteers and sponsors that help put on the event and participate in trail-building days.