2013 Changes & Updates
The Cascade Cream Puff is back! After seventeen longstanding years, 2013 promises to be another great event! The big news? This year, CCP is introducing an 100-kilometer course as an alternative to the classic 100-mile grind. Whether you are an aspiring athlete, or a professional endorphin junkie, CCP is opening the door for more participants to compete on some of the finest singletrack in the Pacific Northwest. We have dropped entry fees down to $175 for anyone who signs up before April 1, 2013. So save yourself a few bucks, and get registered early.
Course maps and details coming soon! Our illustrious Co-promoter and Trail Manager, Derrick Bell, has set the course and promises more singletrack, less road… which translates to: MORE FUN! The course will begin and end at the Westfir Porthole and incorporates the upper Alpine Trail system and parts of North Fork that haven’t been included in previous races. Be prepared to be challenged, mentally, and physically. Check back for downloadable maps here on the website.
Registration is Easy!
Using our new online registration is super easy and quick! Payment is accepted through PayPal, and if you don’t have an account, you can pay as a guest using a major credit card. Registration is limited, so make the commitment to get fit, and sign up today!
Strava Cascade Cream Puff Cycling Club (Westfir, OR)
We are continuing to update our site as we confirm more information, but be assured, Cascade Cream Puff will be better than ever this year, and we hope to keep you –our friends, fans and riders– motivated and encouraged to get on your bikes and ride! Please consider joining our Strava-based Cascade Cream Puff cycling club, get connected to other “Puffers” for training rides, and challenge yourself (and others) to keep riding! We’ll be posting more information about group rides, special prize competitions as the club grows.
Starting in March, our Trail Manager, Derrick Bell, will be leading volunteer trail crew efforts to benefit local trails. Work parties will be posted on both the CCP Facebook page and our new blog. Also, if you haven’t considered joining an Oakridge area supporting IMBA chapter, please visit our supporting chapters below to find out how you can get involved in year-round stewardship opportunities, trail access and getting more youth on bikes, and on trails. Click below for more details.
Keep in touch...