The Willamette Valley Cyclocross Series is back for a another year thanks to bicycleattorney.com, Bike N Hike, and Northwest Multisports. We have some major changes for the 2009 series including welcoming the Oregon Junior Cross Series and the 2009 OBRA Championships. We'll have series prizes for everyone and a minimum series cash payout of $1500 to be split between the Senior A Men and Women.
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Series Points 10 deep (15, 12, 10, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2)
Prizes: $1500 min. cash payout for SR A Men and Women for the top five in the series. Swag for top three in other categories.
Series winners and OBRA CX Champions will be recognized on Nov 7th, 2009. The ceremony for the morning racers will follow the kiddie race. Afternoon racers will be recognized after the A race.
Start Times/Categories/Race Length
10 am Beginner Men/Category C Men/Masters C 35+
11 am Masters Category B 35+ Men/Masters 50/60+
Men/Clydesdale Men (45min)
Noon Oregon Junior Cyclocross Series
12:30 pm Kiddie Cross
Series / OBRA Champs Recognition #1
1 pm Category B Men/SS Men & Women/Unicycle
2 pm Women Category A/B/Beginners/Masters 35+
3 pm Category A Men/Masters A 35+ Men (60min)
Series / OBRA Champs Recognition #2
October 3: Race #1 – Heiser Farm (Dayton, OR)
One of the best venues Oregon cross has to offer, Heiser Farms. John Heiser has an amazing farm outside of Dayton, OR where spectators have as much fun as the racers. John offers hay rides to and from his pumpkin patch, corn/hay mazes, delicious food, a petting zoo, and a hay castle. Did we mention the pumpkin cannon? The crew from pdxcross.com captured the fun and the muck in 2008.
October 24: Race #2 – Battlecreek Cross (Salem, OR)
This old South Salem golf course provides for some unregulated fun in sandpits. No putting wedge necessary; just a solid drivetrain! Anyone who prefers sand traps to run ups will enjoy this course. The only bumps on the course were created by the resident moles, can you say FAST!
November 7: Race #3 OBRA Cyclocross Championships (Salem, OR)
Bicycleattorney.com OBRA Championships at the Oregon State Fairgrounds: Where to begin? The four buildings you'll ride through and your partner/family will appreciate? The indoor Hopworks beer garden adjacent to the course? Possibly the live band? Waffles and Belgian style fries for fuel? This will be a Belgium style cyclocross festival for sure!
You can register online for the series or for a single race here. Series pass will run $50 for adults and $15 for Juniors. Series registration will be available online only. Adult single race = $20 online / $25 day of race. Junior single races always = $5. Online registration will close at 12 pm each Friday before the Saturday race.
Forward questions to Jeff at email@example.com