Unfortunately, we are forced to cancel nearly all the 2020 NWEpic Series races. Because our races are larger than 50 participants, government agencies cannot issue permits until the venue is in Phase 4. Unfortunately, we don't know when or if this will happen in time for our events. As of July 1, we MAY be able to have the Stottlemeyer race, as it is in Kitsap County and mostly on private land. If we are able to go ahead with Stottlemeyer, we'll be following strict guidelines to limit contact between everyone involved. Anyone who is currently registered for a cancelled race will be automatically deferred to next year's race. Please check back later for updates and thank you for your patience.
We are dedicated to the responsible enjoyment and active stewardship of the outdoors, and we encourage you to "leave no trace behind" by taking all trash with you. Many of our venues have diverse user groups such as hikers, mountain bikers, equestrians, and motorized vehicles that work together with the park rangers to co-exist and they do an amazing job. We want to ensure that our events will be part of that collaboration between the user groups. The trails will be open to other users, such as hiker and equestrians, during the event. However, numerous signs will be posted to inform these groups of our activities to ensure the safety of the riders. Please be courteous; you will unlikely encounter more than a few other users.
If for some reason you must withdraw from a race:
If the event has to be cancelled due to a natural disaster (storm, flood, fire, etc) a portion of your entry fee will be refunded