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!
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
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.
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.
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.
Clara Terrell (email@example.com)