Twilight Cyclocross #4
Sep
24
5:30 PM17:30

Twilight Cyclocross #4

The 2019 Twilight Cyclocross series will be held at Eastgate Woodlands. 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! This course will be majority grass with some off-camber cornering and run-ups.

Review category upgrade rules! Review your OBRA racing rules!

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

Registration:

Pre-register online at obra.org for the series (four races) before noon on September 3rd for $55 ($40 for juniors) OR register online before noon each Tuesday for $15 per race ($10 for juniors). On site registration (cash, check, or card) opens at 4:30, add $5.

Any additional race for the same racer on the same day is $10.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED!

Cross Crusade Call-up points will be awarded for series results (top 2 of each category).

OBRA membership required: ($5 one-day license or $35 annual license available either on site and at www.obra.org). Annual OBRA members may wear their 2019 OBRA road number; a race number will be issued at registration if you don’t have one.

Prizes:

Series prizes will be awarded at the awards party on October 1st:

Medals to top 3 of each category for the 4-race series. $100 cash ($50/30/20) to series top three of the Women 1/2 category provided by West Coast Women’s Cycling. $100 cash ($50/30/20) to series top three of the Men 1/2 category provided by Twilight Operations.

October 1st awards party merchandise raffle for racers and volunteers provided by Co-Motion Cycles and Landspeed’s Fix.

Cross Crusade Call-up points will be awarded for series results.

For weekly results: 6 pack from Deschutes Brewing to winner of each 5:55 and 6:35 category (cash equivalent to minors). These will be available for pick-up at the registration tent the following week (or for week 4, at the October 1st awards party.

Special prize to holeshot winners of the women’s races: a 22oz Oakshire provided by West Coast Women’s Cycling (cash equivalent to minors).

ENJOY YOUR PRIZE BEVERAGES OFF SITE- consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited in the park.

Schedule:

4:30 pm: Registration and pre-ride of the course opens

5:30 pm:

Junior men, Junior women (racing age 9-18), (20 min)...For Juniors, your racing age for the 2019 season is your age on December 31st, 2020. Racers with actual age 8-11 may only race at 5:30. Racers with an actual age of 12 or older may also register for categories in the 5:55 or 6:35 races.

5:55 pm:

Men 4/5 (beginners), Women 4/5 (beginners), Masters Men 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Women 35+ 1/2, Masters Women 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Men 50+, Masters Women 50+, Masters Men 60+, Masters Women 60+ (35 min)

6:00 pm:

Kiddie Kross. For ages 8 and under. Race takes place on a small separate course with two small barriers. Free of charge! (10 min)

6:35 pm:

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

6:40 pm:

Kiddie Kross. For ages 8 and under. Race takes place on a small separate course with two small barriers. Free of charge! (10 min)

Parking: (Important)

Parking at the race venue is limited. If you are able to ride to the race, please do. The course is easily accessible from the North Bank Path. If you drive, please obey the parking map below. This course is adjacent to a quiet neighborhood and racers are expected to show respect and consideration for the residents.

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Twilight Cyclocross Awards Party
Oct
1
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight Cyclocross Awards Party

Location TBD

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Psychocross #1
Nov
30
10:30 AM10:30

Psychocross #1

The course will include mixed surfaces (gravel/dirt/grass), roughly 1.5 mile laps, at least 4 barriers per lap.

Pre-register at obra.org until 5pm the preceding evening: each race $25 (junior racers $10) or 3-race series for $80 ($35 for juniors). Registration opens on site at 9:30, $30 per race (junior racers $15) and series for $85 ($40 for juniors). Add any additional same-day race for $10 per race.

OBRA license required: either a 2019 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-5th finishers of each category. Cash for series top three of Men 1/2 and Women 1/2 ($100/75/25) .

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Psychocross #2
Dec
1
10:30 AM10:30

Psychocross #2

The course will include mixed surfaces (gravel/dirt/grass), roughly 1.5 mile laps, at least 4 barriers per lap.

Pre-register at obra.org until 5pm the preceding evening: each race $25 (junior racers $10) or 3-race series for $80 ($35 for juniors). Registration opens on site at 9:30, $30 per race (junior racers $15) and series for $85 ($40 for juniors). Add any additional same-day race for $10 per race.

OBRA license required: either a 2019 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-5th finishers of each category. Cash for series top three of Men 1/2 and Women 1/2 ($100/75/25) .

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Psychocross #3
Dec
8
10:30 AM10:30

Psychocross #3

The course will include mixed surfaces (gravel/dirt/grass), roughly 1.5 mile laps, at least 4 barriers per lap.

Pre-register at obra.org until 5pm the preceding evening: each race $25 (junior racers $10) or 3-race series for $80 ($35 for juniors). Registration opens on site at 9:30, $30 per race (junior racers $15) and series for $85 ($40 for juniors). Add any additional same-day race for $10 per race.

OBRA license required: either a 2019 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-5th finishers of each category. Cash for series top three of Men 1/2 and Women 1/2 ($100/75/25) .

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Twilight Cyclocross #3
Sep
17
5:30 PM17:30

Twilight Cyclocross #3

The 2019 Twilight Cyclocross series will be held at Eastgate Woodlands. 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! This course will be majority grass with some off-camber cornering and run-ups.

Review category upgrade rules! Review your OBRA racing rules!

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

Registration:

Pre-register online at obra.org for the series (four races) before noon on September 3rd for $55 ($40 for juniors) OR register online before noon each Tuesday for $15 per race ($10 for juniors). On site registration (cash, check, or card) opens at 4:30, add $5.

Any additional race for the same racer on the same day is $10.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED!

Cross Crusade Call-up points will be awarded for series results (top 2 of each category).

OBRA membership required: ($5 one-day license or $35 annual license available either on site and at www.obra.org). Annual OBRA members may wear their 2019 OBRA road number; a race number will be issued at registration if you don’t have one.

Prizes:

Series prizes will be awarded at the awards party on October 1st:

Medals to top 3 of each category for the 4-race series. $100 cash ($50/30/20) to series top three of the Women 1/2 category provided by West Coast Women’s Cycling. $100 cash ($50/30/20) to series top three of the Men 1/2 category provided by Twilight Operations.

October 1st awards party merchandise raffle for racers and volunteers provided by Co-Motion Cycles and Landspeed’s Fix.

Cross Crusade Call-up points will be awarded for series results.

For weekly results: 6 pack from Deschutes Brewing to winner of each 5:55 and 6:35 category (cash equivalent to minors). These will be available for pick-up at the registration tent the following week (or for week 4, at the October 1st awards party.

Special prize to holeshot winners of the women’s races: a 22oz Oakshire provided by West Coast Women’s Cycling (cash equivalent to minors).

ENJOY YOUR PRIZE BEVERAGES OFF SITE- consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited in the park.

Schedule:

4:30 pm: Registration and pre-ride of the course opens

5:30 pm:

Junior men, Junior women (racing age 9-18), (20 min)...For Juniors, your racing age for the 2019 season is your age on December 31st, 2020. Racers with actual age 8-11 may only race at 5:30. Racers with an actual age of 12 or older may also register for categories in the 5:55 or 6:35 races.

5:55 pm:

Men 4/5 (beginners), Women 4/5 (beginners), Masters Men 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Women 35+ 1/2, Masters Women 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Men 50+, Masters Women 50+, Masters Men 60+, Masters Women 60+ (35 min)

6:00 pm:

Kiddie Kross. For ages 8 and under. Race takes place on a small separate course with two small barriers. Free of charge! (10 min)

6:35 pm:

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

6:40 pm:

Kiddie Kross. For ages 8 and under. Race takes place on a small separate course with two small barriers. Free of charge! (10 min)

Parking: (Important)

Parking at the race venue is limited. If you are able to ride to the race, please do. The course is easily accessible from the North Bank Path. If you drive, please obey the parking map below. This course is adjacent to a quiet neighborhood and racers are expected to show respect and consideration for the residents.

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Cyclocross Skills and Drills
Sep
16
5:45 PM17:45

Cyclocross Skills and Drills

  • 1155 Crest Dr Eugene, OR, 97405 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Meet at 1155 Crest Dr in Eugene to practice cyclocross skills (or learn them for the first time) with members of the Co-Motion Cycles Racing Team!

Each Monday from August 26 through September 16, you can prepare for your 1st or 50th cyclocross season by practicing dismounts, remounts, barrier technique, cornering, off-camber riding, race starts, etiquette and strategy!

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Twilight Cyclocross #2
Sep
10
5:30 PM17:30

Twilight Cyclocross #2

The 2019 Twilight Cyclocross series will be held at Eastgate Woodlands. 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! This course will be majority grass with some off-camber cornering and run-ups.

Review category upgrade rules! Review your OBRA racing rules!

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

Registration:

Pre-register online at obra.org for the series (four races) before noon on September 3rd for $55 ($40 for juniors) OR register online before noon each Tuesday for $15 per race ($10 for juniors). On site registration (cash, check, or card) opens at 4:30, add $5.

Any additional race for the same racer on the same day is $10.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED!

Cross Crusade Call-up points will be awarded for series results (top 2 of each category).

OBRA membership required: ($5 one-day license or $35 annual license available either on site and at www.obra.org). Annual OBRA members may wear their 2019 OBRA road number; a race number will be issued at registration if you don’t have one.

Prizes:

Series prizes will be awarded at the awards party on October 1st:

Medals to top 3 of each category for the 4-race series. $100 cash ($50/30/20) to series top three of the Women 1/2 category provided by West Coast Women’s Cycling. $100 cash ($50/30/20) to series top three of the Men 1/2 category provided by Twilight Operations.

October 1st awards party merchandise raffle for racers and volunteers provided by Co-Motion Cycles and Landspeed’s Fix.

Cross Crusade Call-up points will be awarded for series results.

For weekly results: 6 pack from Deschutes Brewing to winner of each 5:55 and 6:35 category (cash equivalent to minors). These will be available for pick-up at the registration tent the following week (or for week 4, at the October 1st awards party.

Special prize to holeshot winners of the women’s races: a 22oz Oakshire provided by West Coast Women’s Cycling (cash equivalent to minors).

ENJOY YOUR PRIZE BEVERAGES OFF SITE- consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited in the park.

Schedule:

4:30 pm: Registration and pre-ride of the course opens

5:30 pm:

Junior men, Junior women (racing age 9-18), (20 min)...For Juniors, your racing age for the 2019 season is your age on December 31st, 2020. Racers with actual age 8-11 may only race at 5:30. Racers with an actual age of 12 or older may also register for categories in the 5:55 or 6:35 races.

5:55 pm:

Men 4/5 (beginners), Women 4/5 (beginners), Masters Men 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Women 35+ 1/2, Masters Women 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Men 50+, Masters Women 50+, Masters Men 60+, Masters Women 60+ (35 min)

6:00 pm:

Kiddie Kross. For ages 8 and under. Race takes place on a small separate course with two small barriers. Free of charge! (10 min)

6:35 pm:

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

6:40 pm:

Kiddie Kross. For ages 8 and under. Race takes place on a small separate course with two small barriers. Free of charge! (10 min)

Parking: (Important)

Parking at the race venue is limited. If you are able to ride to the race, please do. The course is easily accessible from the North Bank Path. If you drive, please obey the parking map below. This course is adjacent to a quiet neighborhood and racers are expected to show respect and consideration for the residents.

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Cyclocross Skills and Drills
Sep
9
6:00 PM18:00

Cyclocross Skills and Drills

  • 1155 Crest Dr Eugene, O, 97405 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Meet at 1155 Crest Drive in south Eugene to practice cyclocross skills (or learn them for the first time) with members of the Co-Motion Cycles Racing Team!

Each Monday from August 26 through September 16, you can prepare for your 1st or 50th cyclocross season by practicing dismounts, remounts, barrier technique, cornering, off-camber riding, race starts, etiquette and strategy! Direct questions to CXpert: cxaought@gmail.com

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Twilight Cyclocross #1
Sep
3
5:30 PM17:30

Twilight Cyclocross #1

The 2019 Twilight Cyclocross series will be held at Eastgate Woodlands. 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! This course will be majority grass with some off-camber cornering and run-ups. Click on the course map below for a link to an interactive map.

Review category upgrade rules! Review your OBRA racing rules!

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

Registration:

Pre-register online at obra.org for the series (four races) before noon on September 3rd for $55 ($40 for juniors) OR register online before noon each Tuesday for $15 per race ($10 for juniors). On site registration (cash, check, or card) opens at 4:30, add $5.

Any additional race for the same racer on the same day is $10.

ONLINE REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY ENCOURAGED!

Cross Crusade Call-up points will be awarded for series results (top 2 of each category).

OBRA membership required: ($5 one-day license or $35 annual license available either on site and at www.obra.org). Annual OBRA members may wear their 2019 OBRA road number; a race number will be issued at registration if you don’t have one.

Prizes:

Series prizes will be awarded at the awards party on October 1st:

Medals to top 3 of each category for the 4-race series. $100 cash ($50/30/20) to series top three of the Women 1/2 category provided by West Coast Women’s Cycling. $100 cash ($50/30/20) to series top three of the Men 1/2 category provided by Twilight Operations.

October 1st awards party merchandise raffle for racers and volunteers provided by Co-Motion Cycles and Landspeed’s Fix.

Cross Crusade Call-up points will be awarded for series results.

For weekly results: 6 pack from Deschutes Brewing to winner of each 5:55 and 6:35 category (cash equivalent to minors). These will be available for pick-up at the registration tent the following week (or for week 4, at the October 1st awards party.

Special prize to holeshot winners of the women’s races: a 22oz Oakshire provided by West Coast Women’s Cycling (cash equivalent to minors).

ENJOY YOUR PRIZE BEVERAGES OFF SITE- consumption of alcoholic beverages is prohibited in the park.

Schedule:

4:30 pm: Registration and pre-ride of the course opens

5:30 pm:

Junior men, Junior women (racing age 9-18), (20 min)...For Juniors, your racing age for the 2019 season is your age on December 31st, 2020. Racers with actual age 8-11 may only race at 5:30. Racers with an actual age of 12 or older may also register for categories in the 5:55 or 6:35 races.

5:55 pm:

Men 4/5 (beginners), Women 4/5 (beginners), Masters Men 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Women 35+ 1/2, Masters Women 35+ 3/4/5, Masters Men 50+, Masters Women 50+, Masters Men 60+, Masters Women 60+ (35 min)

6:00 pm:

Kiddie Kross. For ages 8 and under. Race takes place on a small separate course with two small barriers. Free of charge! (10 min)

6:35 pm:

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

6:40 pm:

Kiddie Kross. For ages 8 and under. Race takes place on a small separate course with two small barriers. Free of charge! (10 min)

Parking: (Important)

Parking at the race venue is limited. If you are able to ride to the race, please do. The course is easily accessible from the North Bank Path. If you drive, please obey the parking map below. This course is adjacent to a quiet neighborhood and racers are expected to show respect and consideration for the residents.

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Cyclocross Skills and Drills
Sep
2
6:00 PM18:00

Cyclocross Skills and Drills

  • 1155 Crest Drive Eugene, OR, 97405 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Meet at 1155 Crest Drive in south Eugene to practice cyclocross skills (or learn them for the first time) with members of the Co-Motion Cycles Racing Team!

Each Monday from August 26 through September 16, you can prepare for your 1st or 50th cyclocross season by practicing dismounts, remounts, barrier technique, cornering, off-camber riding, race starts, etiquette and strategy! Direct questions to CXpert: cxaought@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.

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 collect 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 plus Prime of the Week primes every night! Series prizes awarded at June 25th post-race awards ceremony: Custom trophies will be awarded three deep in each category.

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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Cyclocross Skills and Drills
Aug
26
5:45 PM17:45

Cyclocross Skills and Drills

Meet at 1155 Crest Drive in south Eugene to practice cyclocross skills (or learn them for the first time) with members of the Co-Motion Cycles Racing Team!

Each Monday from August 26 through September 16, you can prepare for your 1st or 50th cyclocross season by practicing dismounts, remounts, barrier technique, cornering, off-camber riding, race starts, etiquette and strategy! Direct questions to CXpert: cxaought@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. Massage available on site thanks to Aponia & Ataraxia!

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 collect 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 plus Prime of the Week primes every night! Series prizes awarded at June 25th post-race awards ceremony: Custom trophies will be awarded three deep in each category.

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. Massage available on site thanks to Aponia & Ataraxia!

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 collect 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 plus Prime of the Week primes every night! Series prizes awarded at June 25th post-race awards ceremony: Custom trophies will be awarded three deep in each category.

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 #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. Massage available on site thanks to Aponia & Ataraxia!

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 collect 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 plus Prime of the Week primes every night! Series prizes awarded at June 25th post-race awards ceremony: Custom trophies will be awarded three deep in each category.

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 Hill Climb #5 and Awards
Jul
30
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight Hill Climb #5 and Awards

This is a five part 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. Racers will start at 30 second intervals starting at 6:30pm. Map and profile here.

Registration will be available online until 12pm on each race day and on site from 5:30-6:15pm.

An OBRA license is required; either an annual license ($35 for adults, $10 for juniors) or one-event license ($5 for adults, free for juniors) is available online (with the purchase of your race entry) or on site.

You can complete your waiver on site or print and bring it with you.

Wear your race number on your RIGHT side. You may wear your OBRA race number; a number will be provided if you don’t have one. A helmet must be worn at all times on the bike.

This series is supported in 2019 by the generosity of two members of our racing community who wish to remain anonymous.

Important Race Info:

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

Be aware of riders in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN

Ride to the right of the road as possible; safe passing is the responsibility of the overtaking rider. Drafting is not allowed. Crossing the centerline will result in disqualification.

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Pre-registration is $17 per race or $70 for the 5-race series (add $5 for on-site registration). $2 for each race entry will be donated to the scholarship fund of the local NICA league, Eugene MTB Racing (mountain bike racing for middle and high school student athletes). (Special discounts apply to members of Eugene MTB Racing! Talk to your coaches for entry info.)

Prizes:

  1. Series standings will be based on the racer’s combined four fastest finishing times (racers may skip one race or drop their slowest time to be scored in the series standings). Top ten male and female finishers will receive medals. There will be a :30 bonus deducted from the cumulative time of racers who also complete the Mary’s Peak Hill Climb on June 8th.

  2. The two riders with the fastest one-night men’s and women’s times of the month will win $75.

  3. A raffle of merchandise and gift certificates for all participants will be held at the July 30th awards ceremony. Participants will earn one raffle ticket for each race they entered.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)

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Twilight Hill Climb #4
Jul
23
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight Hill Climb #4

This is a five part 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. Racers will start at 30 second intervals starting at 6:30pm. Map and profile here.

Registration will be available online until 12pm on each race day and on site from 5:30-6:15pm.

An OBRA license is required; either an annual license ($35 for adults, $10 for juniors) or one-event license ($5 for adults, free for juniors) is available online (with the purchase of your race entry) or on site.

You can complete your waiver on site or print and bring it with you.

Wear your race number on your RIGHT side. You may wear your OBRA race number; a number will be provided if you don’t have one. A helmet must be worn at all times on the bike.

This series is supported in 2019 by the generosity of two members of our racing community who wish to remain anonymous.

Important Race Info:

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

Be aware of riders in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN

Ride to the right of the road as possible; safe passing is the responsibility of the overtaking rider. Drafting is not allowed. Crossing the centerline will result in disqualification.

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Pre-registration is $17 per race or $70 for the 5-race series (add $5 for on-site registration). $2 for each race entry will be donated to the scholarship fund of the local NICA league, Eugene MTB Racing (mountain bike racing for middle and high school student athletes). (Special discounts apply to members of Eugene MTB Racing! Talk to your coaches for entry info.)

Prizes:

  1. Series standings will be based on the racer’s combined four fastest finishing times (racers may skip one race or drop their slowest time to be scored in the series standings). Top ten male and female finishers will receive medals. There will be a :30 bonus deducted from the cumulative time of racers who also complete the Mary’s Peak Hill Climb on June 8th.

  2. The two riders with the fastest one-night men’s and women’s times of the month will win $75.

  3. A raffle of merchandise and gift certificates for all participants will be held at the July 30th awards ceremony. Participants will earn one raffle ticket for each race they entered.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)

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Twilight Hill Climb #3
Jul
16
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight Hill Climb #3

This is a five part 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. Racers will start at 30 second intervals starting at 6:30pm. Map and profile here.

Registration will be available online until 12pm on each race day and on site from 5:30-6:15pm.

An OBRA license is required; either an annual license ($35 for adults, $10 for juniors) or one-event license ($5 for adults, free for juniors) is available online (with the purchase of your race entry) or on site.

You can complete your waiver on site or print and bring it with you.

Wear your race number on your RIGHT side. You may wear your OBRA race number; a number will be provided if you don’t have one. A helmet must be worn at all times on the bike.

This series is supported in 2019 by the generosity of two members of our racing community who wish to remain anonymous.

Important Race Info:

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

Be aware of riders in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN

Ride to the right of the road as possible; safe passing is the responsibility of the overtaking rider. Drafting is not allowed. Crossing the centerline will result in disqualification.

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Pre-registration is $17 per race or $70 for the 5-race series (add $5 for on-site registration). $2 for each race entry will be donated to the scholarship fund of the local NICA league, Eugene MTB Racing (mountain bike racing for middle and high school student athletes). (Special discounts apply to members of Eugene MTB Racing! Talk to your coaches for entry info.)

Prizes:

  1. Series standings will be based on the racer’s combined four fastest finishing times (racers may skip one race or drop their slowest time to be scored in the series standings). Top ten male and female finishers will receive medals. There will be a :30 bonus deducted from the cumulative time of racers who also complete the Mary’s Peak Hill Climb on June 8th.

  2. The two riders with the fastest one-night men’s and women’s times of the month will win $75.

  3. A raffle of merchandise and gift certificates for all participants will be held at the July 30th awards ceremony. Participants will earn one raffle ticket for each race they entered.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)

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Twilight Hill Climb #2
Jul
9
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight Hill Climb #2

This is a five part 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. Racers will start at 30 second intervals starting at 6:30pm. Map and profile here.

Registration will be available online until 12pm on each race day and on site from 5:30-6:15pm.

An OBRA license is required; either an annual license ($35 for adults, $10 for juniors) or one-event license ($5 for adults, free for juniors) is available online (with the purchase of your race entry) or on site.

You can complete your waiver on site or print and bring it with you.

Wear your race number on your RIGHT side. You may wear your OBRA race number; a number will be provided if you don’t have one. A helmet must be worn at all times on the bike.

This series is supported in 2019 by the generosity of two members of our racing community who wish to remain anonymous.

Important Race Info:

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

Be aware of riders in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN

Ride to the right of the road as possible; safe passing is the responsibility of the overtaking rider. Drafting is not allowed. Crossing the centerline will result in disqualification.

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Pre-registration is $17 per race or $70 for the 5-race series (add $5 for on-site registration). $2 for each race entry will be donated to the scholarship fund of the local NICA league, Eugene MTB Racing (mountain bike racing for middle and high school student athletes). (Special discounts apply to members of Eugene MTB Racing! Talk to your coaches for entry info.)

Prizes:

  1. Series standings will be based on the racer’s combined four fastest finishing times (racers may skip one race or drop their slowest time to be scored in the series standings). Top ten male and female finishers will receive medals. There will be a :30 bonus deducted from the cumulative time of racers who also complete the Mary’s Peak Hill Climb on June 8th.

  2. The two riders with the fastest one-night men’s and women’s times of the month will win $75.

  3. A raffle of merchandise and gift certificates for all participants will be held at the July 30th awards ceremony. Participants will earn one raffle ticket for each race they entered.

Contact:

Clara Terrell (keenanterrell@gmail.com)

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Twilight Hill Climb #1
Jul
2
6:30 PM18:30

Twilight Hill Climb #1

This is a five part 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. Racers will start at 30 second intervals starting at 6:30pm. Map and profile here.

Registration will be available online until 12pm on each race day and on site from 5:30-6:15pm.

An OBRA license is required; either an annual license ($35 for adults, $10 for juniors) or one-event license ($5 for adults, free for juniors) is available online (with the purchase of your race entry) or on site.

You can complete your waiver on site or print and bring it with you.

Wear your race number on your RIGHT side. You may wear your OBRA race number; a number will be provided if you don’t have one. A helmet must be worn at all times on the bike.

This series is supported in 2019 by the generosity of two members of our racing community who wish to remain anonymous.

Important Race Info:

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

Be aware of riders in front of you. DO NOT RIDE WITH YOUR EYES DOWN

Ride to the right of the road as possible; safe passing is the responsibility of the overtaking rider. Drafting is not allowed. Crossing the centerline will result in disqualification.

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Pre-registration is $17 per race or $70 for the 5-race series (add $5 for on-site registration). $2 for each race entry will be donated to the scholarship fund of the local NICA league, Eugene MTB Racing (mountain bike racing for middle and high school student athletes). (Special discounts apply to members of Eugene MTB Racing! Talk to your coaches for entry info.)

Prizes:

  1. Series standings will be based on the racer’s combined four fastest finishing times (racers may skip one race or drop their slowest time to be scored in the series standings). Top ten male and female finishers will receive medals. There will be a :30 bonus deducted from the cumulative time of racers who also complete the Mary’s Peak Hill Climb on June 8th.

  2. The two riders with the fastest one-night men’s and women’s times of the month will win $75.

  3. A raffle of merchandise and gift certificates for all participants will be held at the July 30th awards ceremony. Participants will earn one raffle ticket for each race they entered.

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. Massage available on site thanks to Aponia & Ataraxia! If you are interested in a fun and friendly group ride to the race then our friend, Noah, from Cascade Couriers will be riding his party cargo bike from Kesey Square at 5:45 PM!

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 collect 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 #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. A group ride hosted by the Cascadian Courier Collective will depart from Kesey Square (with Party Bike) at 4:45pm!

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 collect 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 and Prime of the Week primes every night! Series prizes awarded at June 25th post-race awards ceremony: Custom trophies will be awarded three deep for each category.

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 Criterium Championship
Jun
16
1:00 PM13:00

OBRA Criterium Championship

This year’s OBRA Criterium Championship will be held in historic Coburg! The course is conveniently located just a short walk away from the morning OBRA Time Trial championship. The race will circling the lovely Norma Pfeiffer park which will feature fantastic spectating. Coburg Ice Cream, located just off the course, is generously offering $1 off a Tillamook ice cream for each racer wearing a race number.

1pm Juniors 10-14 (Men & Women)** (15min)

1:20pm Juniors 15-18 (Men & Women)** (20min)

1:45pm Women Category 4/5, Women Masters 40+, 50+, 60+* (25min)

2:15pm Men Category 4/5 (30 min)

2:45-3pm Course open

3pm Masters Men 40+ (40min)

3:45pm Masters Men 50+, 60+ (35min)

4:25pm Men Category 3 (40min)

5:10pm Women Category 1/2/3** (45min)

6:00pm Men Category 1/2 (60min)

**Juniors Men & Women scored separately.
** Cat 3 women scored separately.

Pre-registration $30 ($15 for Juniors), with additional pre-registered races $15 (online at obra.org), until 5pm, Friday, June 14. Day-of registration $40 ($25 for juniors). Sign in at the shelter house starting at 12:00. OBRA annual license ($35) is required for state championship ranking; OBRA one-event license ($5) is required for participation. Numbers will be pinned on your RIGHT.

The course is flat and narrow. Riders will be pulled as the race officials see fit for safety. Pulled riders will be scored/placed.

Helmets must be worn at all times on the bike before, during and after your race. All participants are expected to show our hosts, the residents of Coburg and area, exceptional respect at all times. Use the provided portapotty facilities as intended and patronize local businesses.

Neutral wheels provided by Rolf Prima and pit support by Velofix.

State Championship medals for top 3 (OBRA Annual membership required). $1,000 in cash primes provided by Twilight Operations.

OBRA Championship Omnium prizes (Omnium includes OBRA Championship Road Race (June 15) OBRA Championship Time Trial (June 16), and this race).

Street parking near the course will be limited. Ample off-site parking available a short ride from the course at Carry-On Trailers.

Dogs are welcome in Coburg parks on leashes 8’ or shorter.

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OBRA Time Trial Championship p/b English Cycles
Jun
16
8:30 AM08:30

OBRA Time Trial Championship p/b English Cycles

The 2019 time trial championship presented by English Cycles stages 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 for junior categories. 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.

No stopping or standing at any time for any period of time in the emergency vehicle exit lanes of the fire station.

Registration:

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

  • Registration will be open online on OBRA.org until 5:00PM on June 14th. Pre-registration is required.

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

  • First rider goes off at 9AM with 30 second intervals between riders

  • Check in: fill out a waiver (or drop off the one you filled out at home) at the OBRA tent after 8pm.

  • OBRA license required for participation ($5 one-day or $35 annual); annual membership required for prizing

Categories:

15 Mile Course:

  • Junior Women 10-14

  • Junior Men 10-14

  • Junior Women 15-18

  • Junior Men 15-18

24.85 Mile Course:

  • Masters Women 60+

  • Masters Men 60+

  • Masters Women 50+

  • Masters Women 40+

  • Masters Men 50+

  • Masters Men 40+

  • Women Cat. 4/5

  • Women Cat. 3

  • Women Cat. 1/2

  • Men Cat. 4/5

  • Men Cat. 3

  • Men Cat. 1/2

  • Tandem (not an Omnium category)

Prizes:

  • Will be presented as available (approximately 12:45) at shelter in Norma Pfeiffer Park

  • Medals will be awarded three deep in each category. Only OBRA annual members are considered for state championship medals.

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

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.

  • 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:

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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. Massage available on site thanks to Aponia & Ataraxia! Prime of the Week Club members Landspeed and the Fix and Velofix Cascades will provide a prize for each field every week!

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 collect 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 plus Prime of the Week primes every night! Series prizes awarded at June 25th post-race awards ceremony: Custom trophies will be awarded three deep for each category.

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)
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The OBRA Team Time Trial Championship presented by English Cycles stages at the Coburg Community Charter School in historic Coburg, Oregon and covers a regulation 24.85 mile or 40 kilometer length on a flat roads to the north. A course map with details can be viewed HERE and a Ride With GPS file HERE. Restroom facilities will be provided, so no public urinations.

The winners of each category will earn points toward the OBRA Team Championship at the Omnium the following weekend. There will be a raffle for all participants following the presentation of the championship medals.

Registration:

Entry Fees: $30 for Adults and $15 for Juniors. Each team must consist of 3 or 4 riders.

  • Registration will be open online at 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 on-site registration will be available. Registration must be completed online on OBRA.org before June 7th at 5:00PM

  • Team Check In and number pick-up (numbers provided) will be open from 8:30-10am. Each rider (or their guardian) must complete a waiver at check-in. Save time by printing and bringing it with you! The 1st team will roll out @ 10AM. Start Interval will be 1 minute.

  • OBRA license required for all participants ($5 one-event license or $35 annual license, available on-site or at obra.org), annual license required for placement on the podium.

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)

*Combined racing age of the team members; the racing age of each member must be 40 or greater (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 (with the exception of Eddy categories)

  • Winning teams will earn bonus points toward their team total for the June 15-16 Omnium weekend (Silverton Road Race, OBRA individual time trial championship, and OBRA championship criterium).

  • Participants will be entered in a raffle including a gift certificate for a custom stem built by Rob English of English Cycles, $200 in gift certificates from Bicycle Way of Life, and additional merchandise.

Important Race Information:

  • 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 team may only have one Cat 4 participant and either 2 or 3 Cat 3 participants.)

  • 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 roads are not closed, and all participants are expected to prioritize safety.

  • 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. Dropped riders should stay politely to the right.

  • Riders must complete the entire distance and may not re-enter the race after they have left the course. If your team is unable to complete the course, please notify the OBRA finish line official. Dropped riders should complete the course and cross the finish line.

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 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. Massage available on site thanks to Aponia & Ataraxia! Prime of the Week Club members Landspeed and the Fix and Velofix Cascades will provide a prize for each field every week!

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 collect 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 plus Prime of the Week primes every night! Series prizes awarded at June 25th post-race awards ceremony: Custom trophies will be awarded three deep in each category.

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 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+, 70+

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

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 top three of each category in the series. There will be a raffle of +$250 value of gift certificates and merchandise. Series points.

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+, 70+

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

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 #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+, 70+

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

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 #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+, 70+

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

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 top 3 of each category. 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 park at the school.

Contact:

Clara Terrell

keenanterrell@gmail.com

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2019 Twilight Registration Party
Apr
16
6:30 PM18:30

2019 Twilight Registration Party

Find out what’s new for Twilight bicycle races in 2019! Sign up for 2019 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 help you know what expect at your first race!

Presentation at 7:15 and raffle at 7:30.

Food will be provided and beverages will be available for purchase.

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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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