Twenty-one years strong, and so are our participants! The Cascade Cream Puff will be returning to the Westfir-Oakridge “crown jewel” Alpine Trail, August 6, 2016, featuring our traditional 100-mile Cream Puff course, and a 50-mile Fritter option for those who are seeking a challenge, but maybe not quite up for a full “puff”… either way, register today and don’t miss the chance to join us for the most epic wilderness mountain bike event on the West Coast!
100 mile and 50 mile options
If you’re a returning rider, you know what to expect – and this ain’t your Gramma’s Sunday roll! The Cascade Cream Puff was established in 1995 to introduce mountain bike enthusiasts to some of the most pristine (and toughest) singletrack wilderness trail systems in the Pacific Northwest on the Willamette Middle Fork Ranger District, in the National Forest. The race originally featured a different course each year, highlighting what is now known as the “Alpine Trail System”, extending from the rural center of Westfir-Oakridge. The race is staged at the City of Westfir’s Community Portal Park, across the Office Bridge (aka: Red Covered Bridge).
For more information: http://www.cascadecreampuff.com/
There is a large group from the Treasure Valley Idaho (Boise, Nampa, Meridian) attending the Cascade Cream Puff 100 and Fritter 50.
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