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01/27
Sunday
7:30 AM to
12:00 PM

Great Nordeen Ski/Fatbike Race

Great Nordeen Ski/Fatbike Race

The 16th Annual Quantum Health Great Nordeen XC Ski and Fat Bike Race (sanctioned by OBRA).

Fat Tire Bikers start at 9:00 a.m. and will be a 15 km race. Awards party at WebSkis after the race at 1:00 p.m. Check out the event page for details.

Event Details

Event Date: Sunday, 01/27, 7:30 AM
Official Event Website
Event Venue: West Village Lodge at Mt. Bachelor
Event Address: Cascade Lakes National Scenic Byway, Bend, OR 97701
Entry Fee: See Website

04/14
Sunday
8:00 AM

Peterson Ridge Rumble Running Race

Pterson Ridge Rumble

This is a fun, low-key event utilizing the Peterson Ridge and Metolius-Windigo multi-use trails near Sisters, OR. Bring a great sense of adventure and you’ll enjoy it!

There are two distances in the event: 40 mile and 20 mile options. To stay true to the low-key vibe of the event, dogs are allowed in the 20 mile race (sorry, no dogs in the 40 mile). Both races will start and finish at Sisters Middle School.

This race is a fundraiser for the Sisters High School Cross Country team. Many of the volunteers will be cross country team members. The 40 mile was part of the Oregon Trail Ultra Series (RIP OTS).

Event Details

Event Date: Sunday, 04/14, 8:00 AM
Official Event Website
Event Venue: Sisters Middle School
Event Address: 15200 OR-242, Sisters, OR 97759
Entry Fee: $45 - $55

05/18
Saturday

Smith Rock Ascent

Three trail running races at Smith Rock State Park! Each distances give runners a unique taste of Smith Rock and all have sweeping views of the Cascade mountains.

Saturday is the 50K with racers running along the river, up Summit trail then out Gray Butte trail, and then around the Grasslands before returning down Burma Road, along the river, to the finish.

Sunday is the 15M and 4M. The 15M runs along the river to Burma, out Gray Butte trail and then UP UP UP Gray Butte before returning the same way. The 4M takes runners up Misery Ridge and then back along the river.

Event Details

Event Date: Saturday, 05/18,
Official Event Website
Event Venue: Smith Rock State Park
Event Address: Terrebonne, OR 97760
Entry Fee: Varies by distances

05/26
Sunday
8:00 AM to
3:00 PM

The 2019 Sisters Stampede — Oregon’s Largest Mountain Bike Race

Race your bike on the beautiful Peterson Ridge Trail in Sisters, Oregon on May 26th, 2019

Sisters Stampede MTB Race

The Sisters Stampede, now in its seventh year, became the largest cross country MTB race in Oregon in 2011, and continues every Memorial day weekend as the largest and one of the best mountain biking experiences of the season. The race is held on the Peterson Ridge Trail Network and there is something for everyone with 26 different race categories, and a party at the finish line!

Mileage options: 12mi. (Novice/juniors), 27mi. (Elite, Expert, Sport, SS, Clydes)

Each entrant will get a registration bag with items and coupons provided by our generous sponsors. Entrants will also receive a custom pair of Stampede socks, post race recovery food, a Three Creeks beer (over 21), professional timing, and memories to last a lifetime!

$1,000 Cash prizes for top three Men and Women (overall). Overall Men’s winner, and Women’s winner will receive a custom Stampede belt buckle, one-night lodging at Five Pine Lodge, and Dinner for two at Three Creeks Brewing. Top three overall winners are placed in their individual categories and are eligible for category prizes too. Each Category winner will get a 21oz. mug from Three Creeks Brewing. Other prizes and raffle items will include products from Sisters Coffee, Blazin Saddles and more!

Take advantage of Memorial day weekend and make it a family affair.

For more information, visit the Website: Sisters Stampede website.

Event Details

Event Date: Sunday, 05/26, 8:00 AM
Official Event Website
Event Venue: Peterson Ridge Trail System
Event Address: Peterson Ridge Rd, Bend, OR 97701
Entry Fee: See Website

07/20
Saturday
5:30 AM

The 2019 High Cascades 100

The High Cascades 100 is a Central Oregon MTB race like no other!

Mud Slinger EventsIt challenges elite pro racers and hard core weekend chargers alike to cover 100 miles of amazing Central Oregon single track — and climb around 8,000′ in the process.

The course changes each year and will be posted on their website as race day gets closer.

Top pros will finish in under 8 hours duking it out the whole way, and it’s not uncommon for the last finisher to arrive at sunset around the 15 hour mark.

Now, a race like this is not to be taken lightly. As their website FAQ says: “Most likely injury: Collarbone followed by laceration.” If that sounds hard core (and it is), consider volunteering. Helping the athletes who compete in this race at aid stations, at the start, or at the finish is a fun experience — and something that feels great to be a part of. Contact the HC100 Volunteer Coordinator for more info.

Learn more about The High Cascades 100 at their website.

Event Details

Event Date: Saturday, 07/20, 5:30 AM
Official Event Website
Event Venue: Athletic Club of Bend
Event Address: 61615 Athletic Club Dr., Bend, OR 97702
Entry Fee: See Website

08/10
Saturday
7:00 AM to
1:00 PM

Haulin’ Aspen – Half Marathon, Full Marathon, & “Half-As”

Haulin’ Aspen Race Bend Oregon

One of Oregon’s favorite running events!

Haulin’ Aspen is a trail Marathon Run, Half Marathon Run, and Half-As (6.5 miles). Returning for it’s 14th year. Runners will start and finish in beautiful Wanoga Sno-Park on spectacular single and double track trails as well as remote forest service roads. Haulin’ Aspen is a points qualifier for the Trail Runner Magazine Trophy Series.

Event Details

Event Date: Saturday, 08/10, 7:00 AM
Official Event Website
Event Venue: Wanoga Sno-Park and Deschutes Forest
Event Address: Cascade Lakes National Scenic Byway, Bend, Oregon
Entry Fee: Varies

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