2019 Twilight Registration Party
Apr
16
6:00 PM18:00

2019 Twilight Registration Party

Find out what’s new for 2019! Sign up for races, complete your waiver, purchase your OBRA annual license! Socialize with racers, officials, sponsors! Learn about opportunities for volunteering and race officiating and win raffle prizes!

New/prospective/curious cyclists are very welcome! Breakout sessions will be available as needed to answer your questions and let you know what expect at your first race!

Presentation at 7:15 and raffle at 7:30

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Twilight Time Trial #1
May
7
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Time Trial #1

The Twilight TIme Trial Coburg course is 15.1 miles on flat roads. A course map can be viewed HERE; a Ride With GPS file can be found HERE. Racers will start at 30 second intervals starting at 6:30pm. Any non-motorized bicycle with two brakes (or fixed gear bicycle with one brake) is allowed (see Section 7). A bike holder will be available at the start line. Race numbers will be worn on the right side.

Registration:

Entry fee (pre-registration): $15/night, $50 for the 4-race series

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday

  • On-site registration open from 5:00-6:15pm, add $5

  • Race waiver must be signed by racer (or guardian); waivers available on site or print and bring it.

  • OBRA license required; $5 for one-event license or $35 for annual license. Purchase yours on site or at obra.org.

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration,
and they can be combined to lower your entry fee to a minimum of $5:

  • $5 student (non-junior) discount (show id)

  • $5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)

  • $5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)

Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Categories:

Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+, 50+, 60+,

Women Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+,

Tandem, Junior men, Junior women,

Eddy men, Eddy women (see equipment regulations below)

Important Race Info:

Helmets are required anytime you are on the bike, before, during, or after the race.

No drafting.

The CENTERLINE rule will be enforced. Any centerline violations will result in disqualification.

Overtaking riders should call out loudly and pass on the left while staying right of the centerline. Riders being passed should stay to the right and must not block passing riders.

Always be aware of what’s in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN.

Do not stop or stand EVEN MOMENTARILY in the emergency vehicle exit lanes at the fire station.

Please extend good will to the residents and business owners of Coburg with your courteous manners and purchases!

Landspeed and the Fix will provide neutral mechanical support at the startline.

Review OBRA racing rules HERE

Eddy category specific rules: Riders in the class will compete without: aero bars or extensions, disc wheel, fairings, aero helmets (any helmet specifically built as an aero helmet and any helmet that has been modified to approximate a helmet specifically built as a TT helmet is not allowed), skinsuits, or wheels with rims greater than 40mm in depth. Bicycles which may have aerodynamic shapes but are designated to be sold as road bicycles (and are not user modified time trial bicycles) ARE allowed.

Prizes:

Prizes awarded at May 28th post-race awards ceremony: $100 cash to fastest men’s and women’s time of the series. Custom medals will be awarded to series category winners. There will be a raffle of +$250 value of gift certificates and merchandise.

Directions:

From the North or South: Take I-5 to exit 199 and follow signs for Coburg. Head West along E Pearl St. until it ends at N Willamette St. Turn right onto N Willamette St. and follow it North through town until it splits onto N Van Duyn St. Turn left onto N Van Duyn St. and follow it to Coburg Rd. N Turn right onto Coburg Rd. N and staging will be a short distance North on the left side.

Contact:

Clara Terrell

keenanterrell@gmail.com

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Twilight Time Trial #2
May
14
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Time Trial #2

The Twilight TIme Trial Coburg course is 15.1 miles on flat roads. A course map can be viewed HERE; a Ride With GPS file can be found HERE. Racers will start at 30 second intervals starting at 6:30pm. Any non-motorized bicycle with two brakes (or fixed gear bicycle with one brake) is allowed (see Section 7). A bike holder will be available at the start line. Race numbers will be worn on the right side.

Registration:

Entry fee (pre-registration): $15/night, $50 for the 4-race series

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday

  • On-site registration open from 5:00-6:15pm, add $5

  • Race waiver must be signed by racer (or guardian); waivers available on site or print and bring it.

  • OBRA license required; $5 for one-event license or $35 for annual license. Purchase yours on site or at obra.org.

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration,
and they can be combined to lower your entry fee to a minimum of $5:

  • $5 student (non-junior) discount (show id)

  • $5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)

  • $5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)

Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Categories:

Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+, 50+, 60+,

Women Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+,

Tandem, Junior men, Junior women,

Eddy men, Eddy women (see equipment regulations below)

Important Race Info:

Helmets are required anytime you are on the bike, before, during, or after the race.

No drafting.

The CENTERLINE rule will be enforced. Any centerline violations will result in disqualification.

Overtaking riders should call out loudly and pass on the left while staying right of the centerline. Riders being passed should stay to the right and must not block passing riders.

Always be aware of what’s in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN.

Do not stop or stand EVEN MOMENTARILY in the emergency vehicle exit lanes at the fire station.

Please extend good will to the residents and business owners of Coburg with your courteous manners and purchases!

Landspeed and the Fix will provide neutral mechanical support at the startline.

Review OBRA racing rules HERE

Eddy category specific rules: Riders in the class will compete without: aero bars or extensions, disc wheel, fairings, aero helmets (any helmet specifically built as an aero helmet and any helmet that has been modified to approximate a helmet specifically built as a TT helmet is not allowed), skinsuits, or wheels with rims greater than 40mm in depth. Bicycles which may have aerodynamic shapes but are designated to be sold as road bicycles (and are not user modified time trial bicycles) ARE allowed.

Prizes:

Prizes awarded at May 28th post-race awards ceremony: $100 cash to fastest men’s and women’s time of the series. Custom medals will be awarded to series category winners. There will be a raffle of +$250 value of gift certificates and merchandise.

Directions:

From the North or South: Take I-5 to exit 199 and follow signs for Coburg. Head West along E Pearl St. until it ends at N Willamette St. Turn right onto N Willamette St. and follow it North through town until it splits onto N Van Duyn St. Turn left onto N Van Duyn St. and follow it to Coburg Rd. N Turn right onto Coburg Rd. N and staging will be a short distance North on the left side.

Contact:

Clara Terrell

keenanterrell@gmail.com

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Twilight Time Trial #3
May
21
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Time Trial #3

The Twilight TIme Trial Coburg course is 15.1 miles on flat roads. A course map can be viewed HERE; a Ride With GPS file can be found HERE. Racers will start at 30 second intervals starting at 6:30pm. Any non-motorized bicycle with two brakes (or fixed gear bicycle with one brake) is allowed (see Section 7). A bike holder will be available at the start line. Race numbers will be worn on the right side.

Registration:

Entry fee (pre-registration): $15/night, $50 for the 4-race series

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday

  • On-site registration open from 5:00-6:15pm, add $5

  • Race waiver must be signed by racer (or guardian); waivers available on site or print and bring it.

  • OBRA license required; $5 for one-event license or $35 for annual license. Purchase yours on site or at obra.org.

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration,
and they can be combined to lower your entry fee to a minimum of $5:

  • $5 student (non-junior) discount (show id)

  • $5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)

  • $5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)

Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Categories:

Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+, 50+, 60+,

Women Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+,

Tandem, Junior men, Junior women,

Eddy men, Eddy women (see equipment regulations below)

Important Race Info:

Helmets are required anytime you are on the bike, before, during, or after the race.

No drafting.

The CENTERLINE rule will be enforced. Any centerline violations will result in disqualification.

Overtaking riders should call out loudly and pass on the left while staying right of the centerline. Riders being passed should stay to the right and must not block passing riders.

Always be aware of what’s in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN.

Do not stop or stand EVEN MOMENTARILY in the emergency vehicle exit lanes at the fire station.

Please extend good will to the residents and business owners of Coburg with your courteous manners and purchases!

Landspeed and the Fix will provide neutral mechanical support at the startline.

Review OBRA racing rules HERE

Eddy category specific rules: Riders in the class will compete without: aero bars or extensions, disc wheel, fairings, aero helmets (any helmet specifically built as an aero helmet and any helmet that has been modified to approximate a helmet specifically built as a TT helmet is not allowed), skinsuits, or wheels with rims greater than 40mm in depth. Bicycles which may have aerodynamic shapes but are designated to be sold as road bicycles (and are not user modified time trial bicycles) ARE allowed.

Prizes:

Prizes awarded at May 28th post-race awards ceremony: $100 cash to fastest men’s and women’s time of the series. Custom medals will be awarded to series category winners. There will be a raffle of +$250 value of gift certificates and merchandise.

Directions:

From the North or South: Take I-5 to exit 199 and follow signs for Coburg. Head West along E Pearl St. until it ends at N Willamette St. Turn right onto N Willamette St. and follow it North through town until it splits onto N Van Duyn St. Turn left onto N Van Duyn St. and follow it to Coburg Rd. N Turn right onto Coburg Rd. N and staging will be a short distance North on the left side.

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Contact:

Clara Terrell

keenanterrell@gmail.com

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Twilight Time Trial #4 and Awards!
May
28
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Time Trial #4 and Awards!

The Twilight TIme Trial Coburg course is 15.1 miles on flat roads. A course map can be viewed HERE; a Ride With GPS file can be found HERE. Racers will start at 30 second intervals starting at 6:30pm. Any non-motorized bicycle with two brakes (or fixed gear bicycle with one brake) is allowed (see Section 7). A bike holder will be available at the start line. Race numbers will be worn on the right side.

Registration:

Entry fee (pre-registration): $15/night, $50 for the 4-race series

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday

  • On-site registration open from 5:00-6:15pm, add $5

  • Race waiver must be signed by racer (or guardian); waivers available on site or print and bring it.

  • OBRA license required; $5 for one-event license or $35 for annual license. Purchase yours on site or at obra.org.

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration,
and they can be combined to lower your entry fee to a minimum of $5:

  • $5 student (non-junior) discount (show id)

  • $5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)

  • $5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)

Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Categories:

Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+, 50+, 60+,

Women Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+,

Tandem, Junior men, Junior women,

Eddy men, Eddy women (see equipment regulations below)

Important Race Info:

Helmets are required anytime you are on the bike, before, during, or after the race.

No drafting.

The CENTERLINE rule will be enforced. Any centerline violations will result in disqualification.

Overtaking riders should call out loudly and pass on the left while staying right of the centerline. Riders being passed should stay to the right and must not block passing riders.

Always be aware of what’s in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN.

Do not stop or stand EVEN MOMENTARILY in the emergency vehicle exit lanes at the fire station.

Please extend good will to the residents and business owners of Coburg with your courteous manners and purchases!

Landspeed and the Fix will provide neutral mechanical support at the startline.

Review OBRA racing rules HERE

Eddy category specific rules: Riders in the class will compete without: aero bars or extensions, disc wheel, fairings, aero helmets (any helmet specifically built as an aero helmet and any helmet that has been modified to approximate a helmet specifically built as a TT helmet is not allowed), skinsuits, or wheels with rims greater than 40mm in depth. Bicycles which may have aerodynamic shapes but are designated to be sold as road bicycles (and are not user modified time trial bicycles) ARE allowed.

Prizes:

Prizes awarded at May 28th post-race awards ceremony: $100 cash to fastest men’s and women’s time of the series. Custom medals will be awarded to series category winners. There will be a raffle of +$250 value of gift certificates and merchandise.

Directions:

From the North or South: Take I-5 to exit 199 and follow signs for Coburg. Head West along E Pearl St. until it ends at N Willamette St. Turn right onto N Willamette St. and follow it North through town until it splits onto N Van Duyn St. Turn left onto N Van Duyn St. and follow it to Coburg Rd. N Turn right onto Coburg Rd. N and staging will be a short distance North on the left side.

Contact:

Clara Terrell

keenanterrell@gmail.com

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Twilight Criterium #1
Jun
4
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #1

A short, technical lap with some elevation at the edge of Lane Community College’s beautiful campus. Neutral mechanical support provided by Landspeed & The Fix. Reserve a set of Rolf Prima Vigor demo wheels for your race by using the contact form.

Race Schedule:

  • 6:00pm Category 4/5, 25 minutes

  • 6:30 pm Women Category 1/2/3/4/5, 25 minutes

  • 7:00 Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo (no entry fee, see registration to college your tiny race number)

  • 7:05 Category 1/2/3, 50 minutes

  • 8:00pm Fixed Gear, 15 minutes

Registration:

Entry fee (pre-registration): $15/night (junior racers $10), $50 for the 4-race June series (junior racers $40)

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday

  • On-site registration open from 5:15 until your race begins (add $5)

  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org)

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration to a minimum of $5:

  • $5 enrolled student discount (show current student id)

  • $5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)

  • $5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)

Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Important Race Info:

You may wear your OBRA race number, or a race number will be issued to you.

Always be aware of what’s in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN.

 Prizes:

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night! Series prizes awarded at June 25th post-race awards ceremony: Custom medals will be awarded to series top 5.

Directions:

Driving from Interstate 5, take exit 189 and follow signs for Lane Community College. Just over an hour from Roseburg or Salem!

Driving from downtown Eugene (6 miles): take Pearl Street until it turns into Amazon Parkway and then 30th Ave to the LCC exit.

Regular bus service runs from downtown Eugene to LCC. All buses are equipped with bike racks. Plan your trip here.

Riding to the race? There is no bike lane on 30th between Agate and Spring Blvd, but you can take the much safer flat route through Glenwood, or, if your tires will survive a very short section of single track, try 24th through the park to 30th.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)

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OBRA Team Time Trial State Championship p/b English Cycles
Jun
9
10:00 AM10:00

OBRA Team Time Trial State Championship p/b English Cycles

  • 91274 N Coburg Rd Coburg, OR, 97408 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This year’s team time trial state championship presented by English Cycles is being held on an all new course in historic Coburg, Oregon! This course will be a regulation 24.85 mile or 40 kilometer length on a flat roads. A course map with details can be viewed HERE and a Ride With GPS file HERE. Course staging will take place at the Coburg Community Charter School. Restroom facilities will be provided so no public urinations. Don’t be gross. The starting line will be Southwest of the school near the fire station on Coburg Rd. The finish line will be North of the school on Coburg Rd. N

Registration:

Entry Fees: $30 for Adults and $15 for Juniors

  • Registration will be open online on OBRA.org until 5:00PM on June 7th

  • A start list will be posted by 12:00 Noon on June 8th on the twilightoperations.com homepage

  • No in person registration. Registration must be completed online on OBRA.org before June 7th at 5:00PM

  • Team Check In will open @ 8AM. The 1st team will roll out @ 10AM. Start Interval will be 1 minute.

  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org

  • No refunds

Categories:

  • Women* 240+

  • Junior Women

  • Women * 200-239

  • Women* 160-199

  • Junior Men

  • Women 4

  • Women 3

  • Senior Women

  • Men* 240+

  • Men* 200-239

  • Men* 160-199

  • Men 4/5

  • Men 3

  • Senior Men

  • Eddy Women (Not considered as a championship category)

  • Eddy Men (Not considered as a championship category)

Masters * must 40+ (age as of December 31st 2019)

Prizes:

  • Medals will be awarded three deep in each category

  • State champion jerseys will be available for purchase to category winners only

  • A raffle will held for all riders present after the race, so stick around

  • Awards and raffle will take place after all racers have finished at the staging area at the Coburg Community Charter School

Important Race Information:

  • Masters age is 40+ for all riders on a master’s team. All teams may start with 3 or 4 riders.

  • Composition of category-based teams may include only riders of the same or lower category, but the majority of the team must be from the category in which they have registered. (Team example: Cat 3 women may only have one Cat 4 woman on their team and the Cat 3 men may only have one Cat 4 male on their team.)

  • The CENTERLINE will be enforced around the entire course. Finishing teams will stay right and not cross center line to finish. Violations of this rule will result in disqualification. The only exception is for stopped or slow vehicles in which case you would pass on the left when the oncoming lane is clear.

  • We will be providing bib numbers for this event. Pin them on your RIGHT side.

  • Overtaking groups should call out LOUDLY and pass on the left (but to the right of the centerline) while riding single file. Teams being overtaken should ride single file to the right side of the road. Do not block passing teams.

  • The 3rd rider across the line stops the clock.

  • Riders must complete the entire distance and may not re-enter the race after they have left the course

Directions:

From the North or South: Take I-5 to exit 199 and follow signs for Coburg. Head West along E Pearl St. until it ends at N Willamette St. Turn right onto N Willamette St. and follow it North through town until it splits onto N Van Duyn St. Turn left onto N Van Duyn St. and follow it to Coburg Rd. N Turn right onto Coburg Rd. N and staging will be a short distance North on the left side.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)

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Twilight Criterium #2
Jun
11
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #2

A short, technical lap with some elevation at the edge of Lane Community College’s beautiful campus. Neutral mechanical support provided by Landspeed & The Fix. Reserve a set of Rolf Prima Vigor demo wheels for your race by using the contact form.

Race Schedule:

  • 6:00pm Category 4/5, 25 minutes

  • 6:30 pm Women Category 1/2/3/4/5, 25 minutes

  • 7:00 Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo (no entry fee, see registration to college your tiny race number)

  • 7:05 Category 1/2/3, 50 minutes

  • 8:00pm Fixed Gear, 15 minutes

Registration:

Entry fee (pre-registration): $15/night (junior racers 18 and under $10), $50 for the 4-race June series (junior racers $40)

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday

  • On-site registration open from 5:15 until your race begins (add $5)

  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org)

Any additional same-day race purchased at any time is $10.

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration to a minimum of $5:

  • $5 enrolled student discount (show current student id)

  • $5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)

  • $5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)

Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Important Race Info:

You may wear your OBRA race number, or a race number will be issued to you.

Always be aware of what’s in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN.

OBRA racing rules are available for review here.

 Prizes:

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night! Series prizes awarded at June 25th post-race awards ceremony: Custom medals will be awarded to series top 5.

Directions:

Driving from Interstate 5, take exit 189 and follow signs for Lane Community College. Just over an hour from Roseburg or Salem!

Driving from downtown Eugene (6 miles): take Pearl Street until it turns into Amazon Parkway and then 30th Ave to the LCC exit.

Regular bus service runs from downtown Eugene to LCC. All buses are equipped with bike racks. Plan your trip here.

Riding to the race? There is no bike lane on 30th between Agate and Spring Blvd, but you can take the much safer flat route through Glenwood, or, if your tires will survive a very short section of single track, try 24th through the park to 30th.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)

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OBRA Time Trial Championship p/b English Cycles
Jun
16
10:00 AM10:00

OBRA Time Trial Championship p/b English Cycles

This year’s time trial state championship presented by English Cycles is being held on an all new course in historic Coburg, Oregon! This course will be a regulation 24.85 mile or 40 kilometer length on a flat roads. A shorter course will be used in addition for brevity. A course map with details can be viewed HERE and a Ride With GPS file HERE. The 15.1 mile version can be viewed HERE. Course staging will take place at the Coburg Community Charter School. Restroom facilities will be provided so no public urinations. Don’t be gross. The starting line will be Southwest of the school near the fire station on Coburg Rd. The finish line will be North of the school on Coburg Rd. N

Registration:

Entry Fees: $30 for Adults and $15 for Juniors

  • Registration will be open online on OBRA.org until 5:00PM on June 14th

  • A start list will be posted by 12:00 Noon on June 15th on the twilightoperations.com homepage

  • In person registration from 8:30AM until 9:45AM. Pre-registered riders can also check in at this time.

  • First rider goes off at 10AM with 30 second intervals between riders

  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org

  • No refunds

  • 2018 OBRA TT is participating in Oregon TT Cup Series. TT Cup Series rules will apply. Please vist www.obra.org for more information

Categories:

15.1 Mile Course:

  • Junior Women 10-12

  • Junior Men 10-12

  • Junior Women 13-14

  • Junior Men 13-14

  • Junior Women 15-16

  • Junior Men 15-16

  • Junior Women 17-18

  • Junior Men 17-18

  • Master Women 60-64

  • Master Women 65-69

  • Master Women 70-75

  • Master Men 70-75

24.85 Mile Course:

  • Master Women 55-59

  • Master Women 50-54

  • Master Women 45-49

  • Master Women 40-44

  • Master Women 35-39

  • Master Men 65-69

  • Master Men 60-64

  • Master Men 55-59

  • Master Men 50-54

  • Master Men 45-49

  • Master Men 40-44

  • Master Men 35-39

  • Women Cat. 4/5

  • Women Cat. 3

  • Women Cat. 1/2

  • Men Cat. 4/5

  • Men Cat. 3

  • Men Cat. 1/2

  • Tandem/Recumbent

  • Eddy Women (Not considered as a championship category)

  • Eddy Men (Not considered as a championship category)

Masters * must 35+ (age as of December 31st 2019)

Prizes:

  • Medals will be awarded three deep in each category

  • State champion jerseys will be available for purchase to category winners only

  • A raffle will held for all riders present after the race, so stick around

  • Awards and raffle will take place after all racers have finished at the staging area at the Coburg Community Charter School

Important Race Information:

  • Overtaking riders should call out LOUDLY as they pass on the left side of the slower rider while staying right of the CENTERLINE. Riders being passed should stay to the right and must now block passing riders.

  • Always be aware of riders in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN

  • The CENTERLINE will be enforced around the entire course. Finishing riders will stay right and not cross center line to finish. Violations of this rule will result in disqualification. The only exception is stopped or slow moving vehicles where the rider may pass on the left once the oncoming lane is clear.

  • Numbers will be pinned on the right side. If you do not have a number one will be provided for you

  • Riders must complete the entire distance and may not re-enter the race after they have left the course

Directions:

From the North or South: Take I-5 to exit 199 and follow signs for Coburg. Head West along E Pearl St. until it ends at N Willamette St. Turn right onto N Willamette St. and follow it North through town until it splits onto N Van Duyn St. Turn left onto N Van Duyn St. and follow it to Coburg Rd. N Turn right onto Coburg Rd. N and staging will be a short distance North on the left side.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)


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Twilight Criterium #3
Jun
18
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #3

A short, technical lap with some elevation at the edge of Lane Community College’s beautiful campus. Neutral mechanical support provided by Landspeed & The Fix. Reserve a set of Rolf Prima Vigor demo wheels for your race by using the contact form.

Race Schedule:

  • 6:00pm Category 4/5, 25 minutes

  • 6:30 pm Women Category 1/2/3/4/5, 25 minutes

  • 7:00 Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo (no entry fee, see registration to college your tiny race number)

  • 7:05 Category 1/2/3, 50 minutes

  • 8:00pm Fixed Gear, 15 minutes

Registration:

Entry fee (pre-registration): $15/night (junior racers 18 and under $10), $50 for the 4-race June series (junior racers $40)

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday

  • On-site registration open from 5:15 until your race begins (add $5)

  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org)

Any additional same-day race purchased at any time is $10.

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration to a minimum of $5:

  • $5 enrolled student discount (show current student id)

  • $5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)

  • $5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)

Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Important Race Info:

You may wear your OBRA race number, or a race number will be issued to you.

Always be aware of what’s in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN.

OBRA racing rules are available for review here.

 Prizes:

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night! Series prizes awarded at June 25th post-race awards ceremony: Custom medals will be awarded to series top 5.

Directions:

Driving from Interstate 5, take exit 189 and follow signs for Lane Community College. Just over an hour from Roseburg or Salem!

Driving from downtown Eugene (6 miles): take Pearl Street until it turns into Amazon Parkway and then 30th Ave to the LCC exit.

Regular bus service runs from downtown Eugene to LCC. All buses are equipped with bike racks. Plan your trip here.

Riding to the race? There is no bike lane on 30th between Agate and Spring Blvd, but you can take the much safer flat route through Glenwood, or, if your tires will survive a very short section of single track, try 24th through the park to 30th.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)

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Twilight Criterium #4
Jun
25
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #4

A short, technical lap with some elevation at the edge of Lane Community College’s beautiful campus. Neutral mechanical support provided by Landspeed & The Fix. Reserve a set of Rolf Prima Vigor demo wheels for your race by using the contact form.

Race Schedule:

  • 6:00pm Category 4/5, 25 minutes

  • 6:30 pm Women Category 1/2/3/4/5, 25 minutes

  • 7:00 Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo (no entry fee, see registration to college your tiny race number)

  • 7:05 Category 1/2/3, 50 minutes

  • 8:00pm Fixed Gear, 15 minutes

  • Presentation of series award as results become available

Registration:

Entry fee (pre-registration): $15/night (junior racers 18 and under $10), $50 for the 4-race June series (junior racers $40)

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday

  • On-site registration open from 5:15 until your race begins (add $5)

  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org)

Any additional same-day race purchased at any time is $10.

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration to a minimum of $5:

  • $5 enrolled student discount (show current student id)

  • $5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)

  • $5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)

Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Important Race Info:

You may wear your OBRA race number, or a race number will be issued to you.

Always be aware of what’s in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN.

OBRA racing rules are available for review here.

 Prizes:

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night! Series prizes awarded at June 25th post-race awards ceremony: Custom medals will be awarded to series top 5.

Directions:

Driving from Interstate 5, take exit 189 and follow signs for Lane Community College. Just over an hour from Roseburg or Salem!

Driving from downtown Eugene (6 miles): take Pearl Street until it turns into Amazon Parkway and then 30th Ave to the LCC exit.

Regular bus service runs from downtown Eugene to LCC. All buses are equipped with bike racks. Plan your trip here.

Riding to the race? There is no bike lane on 30th between Agate and Spring Blvd, but you can take the much safer flat route through Glenwood, or, if your tires will survive a very short section of single track, try 24th through the park to 30th.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)

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Twilight Criterium #5
Aug
6
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #5

A short, technical lap with some elevation at the edge of Lane Community College’s beautiful campus. Neutral mechanical support provided by Landspeed & The Fix. Reserve a set of Rolf Prima Vigor demo wheels for your race by using the contact form.

Registration:

Entry fee (pre-registration): $15/night (junior racers $10), $50 for the 4-race August series (junior racers $40)

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday

  • On-site registration open from 5:15 until your race begins (add $5)

  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org)

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration to a minimum of $5:

  • $5 enrolled student discount (show current student id)

  • $5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)

  • $5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)

Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Important Race Info:

You may wear your OBRA race number, or a race number will be issued to you.

Always be aware of what’s in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN.

 Prizes:

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night! Series prizes awarded at August 27th post-race awards ceremony: Custom medals will be awarded to series top 5.

Directions:

Driving from Interstate 5, take exit 189 and follow signage for Lane Community College. Just over an hour from Roseburg or Salem!

Driving from downtown Eugene (6 miles): take Pearl Street until it turns into Amazon Parkway and then 30th Ave to the LCC exit.

Regular bus service runs from downtown Eugene to LCC. All buses are equipped with bike racks. Plan your trip here.

Riding to the race? There is no bike lane on 30th between Agate and Spring Blvd, but you can take the much safer flat route through Glenwood, or, if your tires will survive a very short section of single track, try 24th through the park to 30th.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)

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Twilight Criterium #6
Aug
13
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #6

A short, technical lap with some elevation at the edge of Lane Community College’s beautiful campus. Neutral mechanical support provided by Landspeed & The Fix. Reserve a set of Rolf Prima Vigor demo wheels for your race by using the contact form.

Registration:

Entry fee (pre-registration): $15/night (junior racers $10), $50 for the 4-race August series (junior racers $40)

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday

  • On-site registration open from 5:15 until your race begins (add $5)

  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org)

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration to a minimum of $5:

  • $5 enrolled student discount (show current student id)

  • $5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)

  • $5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)

Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Important Race Info:

You may wear your OBRA race number, or a race number will be issued to you.

Always be aware of what’s in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN.

 Prizes:

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night! Series prizes awarded at August 27th post-race awards ceremony: Custom medals will be awarded to series top 5.

Directions:

Driving from Interstate 5, take exit 189 and follow signage for Lane Community College. Just over an hour from Roseburg or Salem!

Driving from downtown Eugene (6 miles): take Pearl Street until it turns into Amazon Parkway and then 30th Ave to the LCC exit.

Regular bus service runs from downtown Eugene to LCC. All buses are equipped with bike racks. Plan your trip here.

Riding to the race? There is no bike lane on 30th between Agate and Spring Blvd, but you can take the much safer flat route through Glenwood, or, if your tires will survive a very short section of single track, try 24th through the park to 30th.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)

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Twilight Criterium #7
Aug
20
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #7

A short, technical lap with some elevation at the edge of Lane Community College’s beautiful campus. Neutral mechanical support provided by Landspeed & The Fix. Reserve a set of Rolf Prima Vigor demo wheels for your race by using the contact form.

Registration:

Entry fee (pre-registration): $15/night (junior racers $10), $50 for the 4-race August series (junior racers $40)

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday

  • On-site registration open from 5:15 until your race begins (add $5)

  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org)

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration to a minimum of $5:

  • $5 enrolled student discount (show current student id)

  • $5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)

  • $5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)

Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Important Race Info:

You may wear your OBRA race number, or a race number will be issued to you.

Always be aware of what’s in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN.

 Prizes:

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night! Series prizes awarded at August 27th post-race awards ceremony: Custom medals will be awarded to series top 5.

Directions:

Driving from Interstate 5, take exit 189 and follow signage for Lane Community College. Just over an hour from Roseburg or Salem!

Driving from downtown Eugene (6 miles): take Pearl Street until it turns into Amazon Parkway and then 30th Ave to the LCC exit.

Regular bus service runs from downtown Eugene to LCC. All buses are equipped with bike racks. Plan your trip here.

Riding to the race? There is no bike lane on 30th between Agate and Spring Blvd, but you can take the much safer flat route through Glenwood, or, if your tires will survive a very short section of single track, try 24th through the park to 30th.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)

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Twilight Criterium #8
Aug
27
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #8

A short, technical lap with some elevation at the edge of Lane Community College’s beautiful campus. Neutral mechanical support provided by Landspeed & The Fix. Reserve a set of Rolf Prima Vigor demo wheels for your race by using the contact form.

Registration:

Entry fee (pre-registration): $15/night (junior racers $10), $50 for the 4-race August series (junior racers $40)

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday

  • On-site registration open from 5:15 until your race begins (add $5)

  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org)

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration to a minimum of $5:

  • $5 enrolled student discount (show current student id)

  • $5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)

  • $5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)

Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Important Race Info:

You may wear your OBRA race number, or a race number will be issued to you.

Always be aware of what’s in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN.

 Prizes:

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night! Series prizes awarded at August 27th post-race awards ceremony: Custom medals will be awarded to series top 5.

Directions:

Driving from Interstate 5, take exit 189 and follow signage for Lane Community College. Just over an hour from Roseburg or Salem!

Driving from downtown Eugene (6 miles): take Pearl Street until it turns into Amazon Parkway and then 30th Ave to the LCC exit.

Regular bus service runs from downtown Eugene to LCC. All buses are equipped with bike racks. Plan your trip here.

Riding to the race? There is no bike lane on 30th between Agate and Spring Blvd, but you can take the much safer flat route through Glenwood, or, if your tires will survive a very short section of single track, try 24th through the park to 30th.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)

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Baker City Cycling Classic Women's Training Club- Info meeting
Jan
21
7:00 PM19:00

Baker City Cycling Classic Women's Training Club- Info meeting

This training club is for cyclists in Eugene and surrounding areas who are interested in racing in the women’s field at the Baker City Cycling Classic stage race June 28-30, 2019. The meeting is open to cyclists curious about taking part and their personal support staff.

There will be snacks.

Topics will include:

  • General information about the event, and why it is an exceptional experience for female racing cyclists.

  • Overview of the training club program and the many resources that will be available to participants.

  • Expectations of participants (completion of training races, etc.); Twilight Operations will pay entry fee to the BCCC for participants who demonstrate preparedness by meeting these requirements.

If you are interested in participating and cannot attend this meeting, please use the contact form to request an info packet and/or phone meeting.

Thanks Claim 52 Kitchen for providing the meeting space!

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Psychocross #4
Dec
9
10:30 AM10:30

Psychocross #4

The course will include mixed surfaces (gravel/dirt/grass), roughly 1.7 mile laps, at least 4 barriers per lap.

Coffee and lunch will be available for purchase from Equiano Coffee and Dominican Delights!

Neutral support will be available in the pit from Landspeed and the Fix.

Pre-register at obra.org until 5pm the preceding evening for $25 (junior racers $10). Register on site for $30 ($15 for juniors). Add any additional same-day race for $10 per race.

OBRA license required: either a 2018 annual license for $35 ($10 for juniors) or one-event license for $5 (free for juniors). Available on site or at obra.org.

Helmets must be worn at all times when on the bike at the race venue. You can complete a waiver on site or print and bring it with you.

9:30am to 10:30am - Course open for pre-riding

10:30am - Men 4/5 (beginners), Women 4/5 (beginners)- (45min)

11:20am - 50+ Men, 60+ Men, 50+ Women, 60+ Women (45min)

12:10  - Junior racers: 9-12, 13-16, 17-18 (30min)

12:40pm - Kiddie Cross, racing age 8 and under, FREE, short lap with short barriers (10min)

12:45pm to 1:00pm - Course open for pre-riding

1:00pm - Men 1/2,  Men 3, Single Speed Men, 1/2 Women, 3 Women, Single Speed Women (60min)

Trophies for category series winners and medals for 2nd and 3rd and 4th finishers of each category. Cash for series top three of Men 1/2 and Women 1/2 ($100/75/25) . Raffle between category winners, minimum value $1,000.

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Psychocross #3
Dec
1
10:30 AM10:30

Psychocross #3

The course will include mixed surfaces (gravel/dirt/grass), roughly 1.7 mile laps, at least 4 barriers per lap.

Coffee and lunch will be available for purchase from Equiano Coffee and Dominican Delights!

Neutral support will be available in the pit from Landspeed and the Fix.

Pre-register at obra.org until 5pm the preceding evening for $25 (junior racers $10). Register on site for $30 ($15 for juniors). Add any additional same-day race for $10 per race.

OBRA license required: either a 2018 annual license for $35 ($10 for juniors) or one-event license for $5 (free for juniors). Available on site or at obra.org.

Helmets must be worn at all times when on the bike at the race venue. You can complete a waiver on site or print and bring it with you.

9:30am to 10:30am - Course open for pre-riding

10:30am - Men 4/5 (beginners), Women 4/5 (beginners)- (45min)

11:20am - 50+ Men, 60+ Men, 50+ Women, 60+ Women (45min)

12:10  - Junior racers: 9-12, 13-16, 17-18 (30min)

12:40pm - Kiddie Cross, racing age 8 and under, FREE, short lap with short barriers (10min)

12:45pm to 1:00pm - Course open for pre-riding

1:00pm - Men 1/2,  Men 3, Single Speed Men, 1/2 Women, 3 Women, Single Speed Women (60min)

Trophies for category series winners and medals for 2nd and 3rd and 4th finishers of each category. Cash for series top three of Men 1/2 and Women 1/2 ($100/75/25) . Raffle between category winners, minimum value $1,000.

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Psychocross #2
Nov
25
10:30 AM10:30

Psychocross #2

The course will include mixed surfaces (gravel/dirt/grass), roughly 1.7 mile laps, at least 4 barriers per lap.

Coffee and lunch will be available for purchase from Equiano Coffee and Dominican Delights!

Neutral support will be available in the pit from Landspeed and the Fix.

Pre-register at obra.org until 5pm the preceding evening for $25 (junior racers $10). Register on site for $30 ($15 for juniors). Add any additional same-day race for $10 per race.

OBRA license required: either a 2018 annual license for $35 ($10 for juniors) or one-event license for $5 (free for juniors). Available on site or at obra.org.

Helmets must be worn at all times when on the bike at the race venue. You can complete a waiver on site or print and bring it with you.

9:30am to 10:30am - Course open for pre-riding

10:30am - Men 4/5 (beginners), Women 4/5 (beginners)- (45min)

11:20am - 50+ Men, 60+ Men, 50+ Women, 60+ Women (45min)

12:10  - Junior racers: 9-12, 13-16, 17-18 (30min)

12:40pm - Kiddie Cross, racing age 8 and under, FREE, short lap with short barriers (10min)

12:45pm to 1:00pm - Course open for pre-riding

1:00pm - Men 1/2,  Men 3, Single Speed Men, 1/2 Women, 3 Women, Single Speed Women (60min)

Trophies for category series winners and medals for 2nd and 3rd and 4th finishers of each category. Cash for series top three of Men 1/2 and Women 1/2 ($100/75/25) . Raffle between category winners, minimum value $1,000.

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Psychocross #1
Nov
24
10:30 AM10:30

Psychocross #1

The course will include mixed surfaces (gravel/dirt/grass), roughly 1.7 mile laps, at least 4 barriers per lap.

Coffee and lunch will be available for purchase from Equiano Coffee and Dominican Delights!

Neutral support will be available in the pit from Landspeed and the Fix.

Pre-register at obra.org until 5pm the preceding evening for $25 (junior racers $10). Register on site for $30 ($15 for juniors). Pre-register online for the 4-race series for $80 ($40 for juniors). Add any additional same-day race for $10 per race.

OBRA license required: either a 2018 annual license for $35 ($10 for juniors) or one-event license for $5 (free for juniors). Available on site or at obra.org.

Helmets must be worn at all times when on the bike at the race venue. You can complete a waiver on site or print and bring it with you.

9:30am to 10:30am - Course open for pre-riding

10:30am - Men 4/5 (beginners), Women 4/5 (beginners)- (45min)

11:20am - 50+ Men, 60+ Men, 50+ Women, 60+ Women (45min)

12:10  - Junior racers: 9-12, 13-16, 17-18 (30min)

12:40pm - Kiddie Cross, racing age 8 and under, FREE, short lap with short barriers (10min)

12:45pm to 1:00pm - Course open for pre-riding

1:00pm - Men 1/2,  Men 3, Single Speed Men, 1/2 Women, 3 Women, Single Speed Women (60min)

Trophies for category series winners and medals for 2nd and 3rd and 4th finishers of each category. Cash for series top three of Men 1/2 and Women 1/2 ($100/75/25) . Raffle between category winners, minimum value $1,000.

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Twilight Cyclocross #4
Sep
25
5:30 PM17:30

Twilight Cyclocross #4

Join us to race an exciting new course hosted by Willamalane at Dorris Ranch! The course will include mixed surfaces (gravel/dirt/grass), 1.7 mile laps, a minimum of 4 barriers per lap, and minimal climbing.

These races are for everyone from beginners to elite racers. Sign up for your first cyclocross racing experience or tune-up your rusty skills at these early season events!

Register online before 5pm Monday for the following day: $18 per race ($12 for juniors) or in person each Tuesday after 5pm for $20 ($15 for juniors).

Additional races on the same day are $10.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED!

OBRA membership required: ($5 one-day license or $30 annual license available either on site and at www.obra.org)

5:00 registration opens

  • print and bring your waiver (even if you register online, a signed paper waiver is required...one waiver needed for the entire 2018 season)!

  • if you are planning to purchase a one-event or annual license on site, print and bring along your applications to save time

  • annual OBRA members can wear their 2018 OBRA road number, others should request a race number at registration

5:30 pm: Junior men, Junior women (racing age 9-18), (20 min)...Be aware OBRA racing age for juniors has changed! For Juniors, your racing age for the 2018 season is your age on December 31st, 2019. Racers with actual age 8-11 may only race at 5:30. Racers with an actual age of 12 or older can also register for categories in the 5:55 or 6:35 races.

5:55 pm: Men 4/5, Womens 4/5, Masters Men 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Women 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Men 50+, Masters Women 50+, Masters Men 60+, Masters Women 60+ (35 min)

6:35 pm: Men 1/2, Men 3, Women 1/2, Women 3, Masters Men 35+ 1/2, Masters Women 35+ 1/2, Singlespeed Men, Singlespeed Women,  (45 min or as daylight allows)

Review upgrade rules here! Review OBRA racing rules here!

Helmets required at all times on the bike at the race venue!

Prizes (awarded at October 9th awards party) will include medals for top 3 series finishers of each category and a raffle for all racers including great bike gear and gift certificates from local businesses including Plank Town Brewing and Velo Bed & Breakfast.

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Twilight Cyclocross #3
Sep
18
5:30 PM17:30

Twilight Cyclocross #3

Join us to race an exciting new course hosted by Willamalane at Dorris Ranch! The course will include mixed surfaces (gravel/dirt/grass), 1.7 mile laps, a minimum of 4 barriers per lap, and minimal climbing.

These races are for everyone from beginners to elite racers. Sign up for your first cyclocross racing experience or tune-up your rusty skills at these early season events!

Pre-register online (obra.org) for the series (four races) before 10pm on 09/03 for $60 ($40 for juniors)

OR register online before 5pm each Monday for the following day: $18 per race ($12 for juniors) or in person each Tuesday after 5pm for $20 ($15 for juniors).

Additional races on the same day are $10.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED!

OBRA membership required: ($5 one-day license or $30 annual license available either on site and at www.obra.org)

5:00 registration opens

  • print and bring your waiver (even if you register online, a signed paper waiver is required...one waiver needed for the entire 2018 season)!

  • if you are planning to purchase a one-event or annual license on site, print and bring along your applications to save time

  • annual OBRA members can wear their 2018 OBRA road number, others should request a race number at registration

5:30 pm: Junior men, Junior women (racing age 9-18), (20 min)...Be aware OBRA racing age for juniors has changed! For Juniors, your racing age for the 2018 season is your age on December 31st, 2019. Racers with actual age 8-11 may only race at 5:30. Racers with an actual age of 12 or older can also register for categories in the 5:55 or 6:35 races.

5:55 pm: Men 4/5, Womens 4/5, Masters Men 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Women 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Men 50+, Masters Women 50+, Masters Men 60+, Masters Women 60+ (35 min)

6:35 pm: Men 1/2, Men 3, Women 1/2, Women 3, Masters Men 35+ 1/2, Masters Women 35+ 1/2, Singlespeed Men, Singlespeed Women,  (45 min or as daylight allows)

Review upgrade rules here! Review OBRA racing rules here!

Helmets required at all times on the bike at the race venue!

Prizes (awarded at October 9th awards party) will include medals for top 3 series finishers of each category and a raffle for all racers including great bike gear and gift certificates from local businesses including Plank Town Brewing and Velo Bed & Breakfast.

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Twilight Cyclocross #2
Sep
11
5:30 PM17:30

Twilight Cyclocross #2

Join us to race an exciting new course hosted by Willamalane at Dorris Ranch! The course will include mixed surfaces (gravel/dirt/grass), 1.7 mile laps, a minimum of 4 barriers per lap, and minimal climbing.

These races are for everyone from beginners to elite racers. Sign up for your first cyclocross racing experience or tune-up your rusty skills at these early season events!

Pre-register online (obra.org) for the series (four races) before 10pm on 09/03 for $60 ($40 for juniors)

OR register online before 10pm each Monday for the following day: $18 per race ($12 for juniors) or in person each Tuesday after 5pm for $20 ($15 for juniors).

Additional races on the same day are $10.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED!

OBRA membership required: ($5 one-day license or $30 annual license available either on site and at www.obra.org)

5:00 registration opens

  • print and bring your waiver (even if you register online, a signed paper waiver is required...one waiver needed for the entire 2018 season)!
  • if you are planning to purchase a one-event or annual license on site, print and bring along your applications to save time
  • annual OBRA members can wear their 2018 OBRA road number, others should request a race number at registration

5:30 pm: Junior men, Junior women (racing age 9-18), (20 min)...Be aware OBRA racing age for juniors has changed! For Juniors, your racing age for the 2018 season is your age on December 31st, 2019. Racers with actual age 8-11 may only race at 5:30. Racers with an actual age of 12 or older can also register for categories in the 5:55 or 6:35 races.

5:55 pm: Men 4/5, Womens 4/5, Masters Men 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Women 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Men 50+, Masters Women 50+, Masters Men 60+, Masters Women 60+ (35 min)

6:35 pm: Men 1/2, Men 3, Women 1/2, Women 3, Masters Men 35+ 1/2, Masters Women 35+ 1/2, Singlespeed Men, Singlespeed Women,  (45 min or as daylight allows)

Review upgrade rules here! Review OBRA racing rules here!

Helmets required at all times on the bike at the race venue!

Prizes (awarded at October 9th awards party) will include medals for top 3 series finishers of each category and a raffle for all racers including great bike gear and gift certificates from local businesses including Plank Town Brewing and Velo Bed & Breakfast.

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Twilight Cyclocross #1
Sep
4
5:30 PM17:30

Twilight Cyclocross #1

Join us to race an exciting new course hosted by Willamalane at Dorris Ranch! The course will include mixed surfaces (gravel/dirt/grass), 1.7 mile laps, a minimum of 4 barriers per lap, and minimal climbing.

These races are for everyone from beginners to elite racers. Sign up for your first cyclocross racing experience or tune-up your rusty skills at these early season events!

Pre-register online (www.obra.org) for the series (four races) before 10pm on 09/03 for $60 ($40 for juniors)

OR register online before 10pm each Monday for the following day: $18 per race ($12 for juniors) or in person each Tuesday after 5pm for $20 ($15 for juniors).

Additional races on the same day are $10.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED!

OBRA membership required: ($5 one-day license or $30 annual license available either on site and at www.obra.org)

5:00 registration opens

  • print and bring your waiver (even if you register online, a signed paper waiver is required...one waiver needed for the entire 2018 season)!
  • if you are planning to purchase a one-event or annual license on site, print and bring along your applications to save time
  • annual OBRA members can wear their 2018 OBRA road number, others should request a race number at registration

5:30 pm: Junior men, Junior women (racing age 9-18), (20 min)...Be aware OBRA racing age for juniors has changed! For Juniors, your racing age for the 2018 season is your age on December 31st, 2019. Racers with actual age 8-11 may only race at 5:30. Racers with an actual age of 12 or older can also register for categories in the 5:55 or 6:35 races.

5:55 pm: Men 4/5, Womens 4/5, Masters Men 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Women 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Men 50+, Masters Women 50+, Masters Men 60+, Masters Women 60+ (35 min)

6:35 pm: Men 1/2, Men 3, Women 1/2, Women 3, Masters Men 35+ 1/2, Masters Women 35+ 1/2, Singlespeed Men, Singlespeed Women,  (45 min or as daylight allows)

Review upgrade rules here! Review OBRA racing rules here!

Helmets required at all times on the bike at the race venue!

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Twilight Criterium #10 and Awards!
Aug
28
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #10 and Awards!

  • 4030-4036 W 1st Ave Eugene, OR, 97402 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

West 1st Loop, West 1st avenue, one block west of Bertelsen, West Eugene 97402

Entry fee: $15/night, $135 for the 10-race series. Registration online until noon each Tuesday (www.obra.org) or on site starting at 5pm.

An OBRA license (annual license for $35 or one-event license for $5) is required to race; available online (until noon) or for purchase on site. Save time by printing and completing your paperwork before the race to save time: waiver and annual or one-event license.

1K flat course

  • 6pm Women Categories 1/2/3/4/5 (25 minutes)
  • 6:30 Categories 4/5 (25 minutes)
  • 6:55 Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo
  • 7:00 Categories 1/2/3 (50 minutes)
  • 7:50 Awards

Discounts available, may be combined when buying a same-day registration to a minimum fee of $5: juniors, students, 50 mile one-way trip to race, carpool (3 or more racers per vehicle.

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night!

Series prizes: trophies for top three series points scores in Category 1/2/3, Category 4/5, Women Category 1/2/3 and Women Category 4/5.

 

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Twilight Criterium #9-- cancelled
Aug
21
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #9-- cancelled

  • 4030-4036 W 1st Ave Eugene, OR, 97402 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

West 1st Loop, West 1st avenue, one block west of Bertelsen, West Eugene 97402

Entry fee: $15/night, $135 for the 10-race series. Registration online until noon each Tuesday (www.obra.org) or on site starting at 5pm.

An OBRA license (annual license for $35 or one-event license for $5) is required to race; available online (until noon) or for purchase on site. Save time by printing and completing your paperwork before the race to save time: waiver and annual or one-event license.

1K flat course

  • 6pm Women Categories 1/2/3/4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 6:35 Categories 4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 7:05pm Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo
  • 7:10 Categories 1/2/3 (60 minutes or until dusk)

Discounts available, may be combined when buying a same-day registration to a minimum fee of $5: juniors, students, 50 mile one-way trip to race, carpool (3 or more racers per vehicle.

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night!

Series prizes: trophies for top three series points scores in Category 1/2/3, Category 4/5, Women Category 1/2/3 and Women Category 4/5.

 

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Twilight Criterium #8--CANCELLED
Aug
14
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #8--CANCELLED

  • 4030-4036 W 1st Ave Eugene, OR, 97402 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

West 1st Loop, West 1st avenue, one block west of Bertelsen, West Eugene 97402

Entry fee: $15/night, $135 for the 10-race series. Registration online until noon each Tuesday (www.obra.org) or on site starting at 5pm.

An OBRA license (annual license for $35 or one-event license for $5) is required to race; available online (until noon) or for purchase on site. Save time by printing and completing your paperwork before the race to save time: waiver and annual or one-event license.

1K flat course

  • 6pm Women Categories 1/2/3/4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 6:35 Categories 4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 7:05pm Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo
  • 7:10 Categories 1/2/3 (60 minutes or until dusk)

Discounts available, may be combined when buying a same-day registration to a minimum fee of $5: juniors, students, 50 mile one-way trip to race, carpool (3 or more racers per vehicle.

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night!

Series prizes: trophies for top three series points scores in Category 1/2/3, Category 4/5, Women Category 1/2/3 and Women Category 4/5.

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Twilight Criterium #7
Aug
7
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #7

  • 4030-4036 W 1st Ave Eugene, OR, 97402 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

West 1st Loop, West 1st avenue, one block west of Bertelsen, West Eugene 97402

Entry fee: $15/night, $135 for the 10-race series. Registration online until noon each Tuesday (www.obra.org) or on site starting at 5pm.

An OBRA license (annual license for $35 or one-event license for $5) is required to race; available online (until noon) or for purchase on site. Save time by printing and completing your paperwork before the race to save time: waiver and annual or one-event license.

1K flat course

  • 6pm Women Categories 1/2/3/4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 6:35 Categories 4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 7:05pm Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo
  • 7:10 Categories 1/2/3 (60 minutes or until dusk)

Discounts available, may be combined when buying a same-day registration to a minimum fee of $5: juniors, students, 50 mile one-way trip to race, carpool (3 or more racers per vehicle.

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night!

Series prizes: trophies for top three series points scores in Category 1/2/3, Category 4/5, Women Category 1/2/3 and Women Category 4/5.

 

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Twilight Criterium #6
Jul
31
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #6

  • 4030-4036 W 1st Ave Eugene, OR, 97402 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

West 1st Loop, West 1st avenue, one block west of Bertelsen, West Eugene 97402

Entry fee: $15/night, $135 for the 10-race series. Registration online until noon each Tuesday (www.obra.org) or on site starting at 5pm.

An OBRA license (annual license for $35 or one-event license for $5) is required to race; available online (until noon) or for purchase on site. Save time by printing and completing your paperwork before the race to save time: waiver and annual or one-event license.

1K flat course

  • 6pm Women Categories 1/2/3/4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 6:35 Categories 4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 7:05pm Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo
  • 7:10 Categories 1/2/3 (60 minutes or until dusk)

Discounts available, may be combined when buying a same-day registration to a minimum fee of $5: juniors, students, 50 mile one-way trip to race, carpool (3 or more racers per vehicle.

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night!

Series prizes: trophies for top three series points scores in Category 1/2/3, Category 4/5, Women Category 1/2/3 and Women Category 4/5.

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Twilight Criterium #5
Jul
24
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #5

  • 4030-4036 W 1st Ave Eugene, OR, 97402 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

West 1st Loop, West 1st avenue, one block west of Bertelsen, West Eugene 97402

Entry fee: $15/night, $135 for the 10-race series. Registration online until noon each Tuesday (www.obra.org) or on site starting at 5pm.

An OBRA license (annual license for $35 or one-event license for $5) is required to race; available online (until noon) or for purchase on site. Save time by printing and completing your paperwork before the race to save time: waiver and annual or one-event license.

1K flat course

  • 6pm Women Categories 1/2/3/4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 6:35 Categories 4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 7:05pm Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo
  • 7:10 Categories 1/2/3 (60 minutes or until dusk)

Discounts available, may be combined when buying a same-day registration to a minimum fee of $5: juniors, students, 50 mile one-way trip to race, carpool (3 or more racers per vehicle.

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night!

Series prizes: trophies for top three series points scores in Category 1/2/3, Category 4/5, Women Category 1/2/3 and Women Category 4/5.

 

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Twilight Hill Climb #3 and Awards!
Jul
17
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight Hill Climb #3 and Awards!

This is a three race time trial series up McBeth Road (approx. 3 miles, paved, with 800ft of ascent). Parking and staging at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (85780 McBeth Road), 5 miles southwest of Eugene. Registration available online (www.obra.org) each Tuesday until noon or on site from 5-6:15. Riders will start at 30 second intervals, 1st rider at 6:30pm. Map and profile here.

Registration is $15.

Series awards (custom medals) presented shortly following the final race (July 17th) to the racers with the fastest combined time for three completed races in these categories: 

Category 1/2/3, Women Category 1/2/3

Category 4/5, Women Category 4/5

Please be cautious in your descent after the race; watch for deer!

Why such limited categories? The last time this course was a weeknight race (2012), five (5) people registered and raced. This event is "back by popular request" and with adequate participation, the category and prize list will be expanded for 2019!

OBRA license required: $5 one-event license or $35 annual license (licenses available for purchase on site or at www.obra.org.

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Twilight Hill Climb #2
Jul
10
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight Hill Climb #2

This is a three race time trial series up McBeth Road (approx. 3 miles, paved, with 800ft of ascent). Parking and staging at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (85780 McBeth Road), 5 miles southwest of Eugene. Registration available online (www.obra.org) each Tuesday until noon or on site from 5-6:15. Riders will start at 30 second intervals, 1st rider at 6:30pm. Map and profile here.

Registration is $15.

Series awards (custom medals) presented shortly following the final race (July 17th) to the racers with the fastest combined time for three completed races in these categories: 

Category 1/2/3, Women Category 1/2/3

Category 4/5, Women Category 4/5

Please be cautious in your descent after the race; watch for deer!

Why such limited categories? The last time this course was a weeknight race (2012), five (5) people registered and raced. This event is "back by popular request" and with adequate participation, the category and prize list will be expanded for 2019!

OBRA license required: $5 one-event license or $35 annual license (licenses available for purchase on site or at www.obra.org.

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Twilight Hill Climb
Jul
3
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Hill Climb

This is a three race time trial series up McBeth Road (approx. 3 miles, paved, with 800ft of ascent). Parking and staging at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (85780 McBeth Road), 5 miles southwest of Eugene. Registration available online (www.obra.org) each Tuesday until noon or on site from 5-6:15. Riders will start at 30 second intervals, 1st rider at 6:30pm. Map and profile here.

Registration is $15 per event, $40 for the three-race series (July 3, 10 and 17th)

Series awards (custom medals) presented shortly following the final race (July 17th) to the racers with the fastest combined time for three completed races in these categories: 

Category 1/2/3, Women Category 1/2/3

Category 4/5, Women Category 4/5

Please be cautious in your descent after the race; watch for deer!

Why such limited categories? The last time this course was a weeknight race (2012), five (5) people registered and raced. This event is "back by popular request" and with adequate participation, the category list will be expanded for 2019.

OBRA license required: $5 one-event license or $35 annual license (licenses available for purchase on site or at www.obra.org.

 

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Twilight Criterium #4
Jun
26
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #4

  • 4030-4036 W 1st Ave Eugene, OR, 97402 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

West 1st Loop, West 1st avenue, one block west of Bertelsen, West Eugene 97402

Entry fee: $15/night, $135 for the 10-race series. Registration online until noon each Tuesday (www.obra.org) or on site starting at 5pm.

An OBRA license (annual license for $35 or one-event license for $5) is required to race; available online (until noon) or for purchase on site. Save time by printing and completing your paperwork before the race to save time: waiver and annual or one-event license.

1K flat course

  • 6pm Women Categories 1/2/3/4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 6:35 Categories 4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 7pm Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo
  • 7:05 Categories 1/2/3 (60 minutes or until dusk)

Discounts available, may be combined when buying a same-day registration to a minimum fee of $5: juniors, students, 50 mile one-way trip to race, carpool (3 or more racers per vehicle.

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night!

Series prizes: trophies for top three series points scores in Category 1/2/3, Category 4/5, Women Category 1/2/3 and Women Category 4/5.

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Twilight Criterium #3
Jun
19
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #3

  • 4030-4036 W 1st Ave Eugene, OR, 97402 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

West 1st Loop, West 1st avenue, one block west of Bertelsen, West Eugene 97402

Entry fee: $15/night, $135 for the 10-race series. Registration online until noon each Tuesday (www.obra.org) or on site starting at 5pm.

An OBRA license (annual license for $35 or one-event license for $5) is required to race; available online (until noon) or for purchase on site. Save time by printing and completing your paperwork before the race to save time: waiver and annual or one-event license.

1K flat course

  • 6pm Women Categories 1/2/3/4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 6:35 Categories 4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 7pm Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo
  • 7:05 Categories 1/2/3 (60 minutes or until dusk)

Discounts available, may be combined when buying a same-day registration to a minimum fee of $5: juniors, students, 50 mile one-way trip to race, carpool (3 or more racers per vehicle.

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night!

Series prizes: trophies for top three series points scores in Category 1/2/3, Category 4/5, Women Category 1/2/3 and Women Category 4/5.

 

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Twilight Criterium #2
Jun
12
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #2

  • 4030-4036 W 1st Ave Eugene, OR, 97402 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

West 1st Loop, West 1st avenue, one block west of Bertelsen, West Eugene 97402

Entry fee: $15/night, $135 for the 10-race series. Registration online until noon each Tuesday (www.obra.org) or on site starting at 5pm.

An OBRA license (annual license for $35 or one-event license for $5) is required to race; available online (until noon) or for purchase on site. Save time by printing and completing your paperwork before the race to save time: waiver and annual or one-event license.

1K flat course

  • 6pm Women Categories 1/2/3/4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 6:35 Categories 4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 7pm Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo
  • 7:05 Categories 1/2/3 (60 minutes or until dusk)

Discounts available, may be combined when buying a same-day registration to a minimum fee of $5: juniors, students, 50 mile one-way trip to race, carpool (3 or more racers per vehicle.

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night!

Series prizes: trophies for top three series points scores in Category 1/2/3, Category 4/5, Women Category 1/2/3 and Women Category 4/5.

 

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Twilight Criterium #1
Jun
5
6:00 PM18:00

Twilight Criterium #1

  • 4030-4036 W 1st Ave Eugene, OR, 97402 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

West 1st Loop, West 1st avenue, one block west of Bertelsen, West Eugene 97402

Entry fee: $15/night, $135 for the 10-race series. Registration online until noon each Tuesday (www.obra.org) or on site starting at 5pm.

An OBRA license (annual license for $35 or one-event license for $5) is required to race; available online (until noon) or for purchase on site. Save time by printing and completing your paperwork before the race to save time: waiver and annual or one-event license.

1K flat course

  • 6pm Women Categories 1/2/3/4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 6:35 Categories 4/5 (30 minutes)
  • 7pm Kiddie Kilo and Unicycle Kilo
  • 7:05 Categories 1/2/3 (60 minutes or until dusk)

Discounts available, may be combined when buying a same-day registration to a minimum fee of $5: juniors, students, 50 mile one-way trip to race, carpool (3 or more racers per vehicle).

Weekly prizes: $15 to Category 1/2/3 and Women 1/2/3 winner, $10 to 4/5 and Women 4/5 winner. Tacovore taco primes every night!

Series prizes: trophies for top three series points scores in Category 1/2/3, Category 4/5, Women Category 1/2/3 and Women Category 4/5.

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Twilight Time Trial and Awards!
May
29
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight Time Trial and Awards!

Entry fee: $15/night, $65 for the 5-race series

Race course map HERE

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday
  • On-site registration open from 5:00-6:15pm
  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org)

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration,
and they can be combined to lower your entry fee to a minimum of $5:
-$5 student (non-junior) discount (show id)
-$5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)
-$5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)
Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Categories:

Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+, 50+, 60+

Women Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+

Tandem, Junior men, Junior women

Eddy men, Eddy women

 

New Rain Policy:

**series points for the evening DOUBLED if it rains** Because you can’t win if you stay home...

Prizes awarded at May 29th post-race awards ceremony: $100 cash to fastest men’s and women’s time of the series. Custom medals will be awarded to series category winners. There will be a raffle of +$250 value of gift certificates and merchandise.

In each category, the first place finisher receives one point for each racer in that category (maximum ten), second place receives one fewer point, and so on. Points for all finishers will be doubled for the evening if the chief official determines it has rained. For each racer, up to four point finishes will count to the final series total (the lowest point score will be omitted if a racer finishes all five events).

 

 

 

 

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Twilight Time Trial
May
22
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight Time Trial

Entry fee: $15/night, $65 for the 5-race series

Race course map HERE

Race poster available HERE

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday
  • On-site registration open from 5:00-6:15pm
  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org)

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration,
and they can be combined to lower your entry fee to a minimum of $5:
-$5 student (non-junior) discount (show id)
-$5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)
-$5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)
Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Categories:

Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+, 50+, 60+

Women Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+

Tandem, Junior men, Junior women

Eddy men, Eddy women

New Rain Policy:

**series points for the evening DOUBLED if it rains** Because you can’t win if you stay home...

Prizes awarded at May 29th post-race awards ceremony: $100 cash to fastest men’s and women’s time of the series. Custom medals will be awarded to series category winners. There will be a raffle of +$250 value of gift certificates and merchandise.

In each category, the first place finisher receives one point for each racer in that category (maximum ten), second place receives one fewer point, and so on. Points for all finishers will be doubled for the evening if the chief official determines it has rained. For each racer, up to four point finishes will count to the final series total (the lowest point score will be omitted if a racer finishes all five events).

 

 

 

 

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Twilight Time Trial
May
15
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight Time Trial

Entry fee: $15/night, $65 for the 5-race series

Race course map HERE

Race poster available HERE

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday
  • On-site registration open from 5:00-6:15pm
  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org)

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration,
and they can be combined to lower your entry fee to a minimum of $5:
-$5 student (non-junior) discount (show id)
-$5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)
-$5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)
Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Categories:

Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+, 50+, 60+

Women Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+

Tandem, Junior men, Junior women

Eddy men, Eddy women

 

New Rain Policy:

**series points for the evening DOUBLED if it rains** Because you can’t win if you stay home...

Prizes awarded at May 29th post-race awards ceremony: $100 cash to fastest men’s and women’s time of the series. Custom medals will be awarded to series category winners. There will be a raffle of +$250 value of gift certificates and merchandise.

In each category, the first place finisher receives one point for each racer in that category (maximum ten), second place receives one fewer point, and so on. Points for all finishers will be doubled for the evening if the chief official determines it has rained. For each racer, up to four point finishes will count to the final series total (the lowest point score will be omitted if a racer finishes all five events).

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Twilight Time Trial
May
8
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight Time Trial

Entry fee: $15/night, $65 for the 5-race series

Race course map HERE

Race poster available HERE

  • Online registration available at obra.org until noon on raceday
  • On-site registration open from 5:00-6:15pm
  • OBRA license required ($5 event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org)

Categories:

Cat ½, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+, 50+, 60+

Women Cat ½, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+,

Tandem, Junior men, Junior women

Eddy men, Eddy women

New Rain Policy:

**series points for the evening DOUBLED if it rains** Because you can’t win if you stay home...

Prizes awarded at May 29th post-race awards ceremony: $100 cash to fastest men’s and women’s time of the series. Custom medals will be awarded to series category winners. There will be a raffle of +$250 value of gift certificates and merchandise.

In each category, the first place finisher receives one point for each racer in that category (maximum ten), second place receives one fewer point, and so on. Points for all finishers will be doubled for the evening if the chief official determines it has rained. For each racer, up to four point finishes will count to the final series total (the lowest point score will be omitted if a racer finishes all five events).

 

 

 

 

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Twilight Time Trial
May
1
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight Time Trial

Entry fee: $15/night, $65 for the 5-race series

Course map HERE

Race poster available HERE

  • Online registration available at www.obra.org until noon on raceday
  • On-site registration open from 5:00-6:15pm
  • OBRA license required ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org)

These discounts will be available only at the on-site registration,
and they can be combined to lower your entry fee to a minimum of $5:
-$5 student (non-junior) discount (show id)
-$5 carpool discount (3 or more racers registering together)
-$5 distance discount (50+mile one-way trip to the race)
Please ask the volunteer for your discount at the time you register;
no refunds for entry fee discounts.

Categories:

Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+, 50+, 60+

Women Cat 1 /2, Cat 3, Cat 4/5, Masters 40+

Tandem, Junior men, Junior women

Eddy men, Eddy women

May 1st only, Team Time Trial category: Team composition will be according to Oregon State Championship TTT regulations. Teams will be timed, not ranked; no prizes

 

New Rain Policy:

**series points for the evening DOUBLED if it rains** Because you can’t win if you stay home...

 

Prizes awarded at May 29th post-race awards ceremony: $100 cash to fastest men’s and women’s time of the series. Custom medals will be awarded to series category winners. There will be a raffle of +$250 value of gift certificates and merchandise.

 

 

 

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Bike Racing 101-- Free Clinic
Apr
23
7:15 PM19:15

Bike Racing 101-- Free Clinic

The intent of this clinic is to answer any and all questions about how to get starting bike racing for the first time. A knowledgeable panel will address these clinic topics:

  • gear selection
  • training avenues/coaching/tools, creating a training plan
  • local team and group riding opportunities
  • upcoming local events and races
  • Q&A

Food and drink provided. Attendees will receive 15% off purchases toward outfitting your first race event! Raffle prizes for attendees.

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