May 12 - Stottlemeyer

Stottlemeyer
May 12 2018
17m | 30m | 60m

Technical singletrack followed by fast gravel trails.

June 9 - Echo Valley

Echo Valley
June 9 2018
14m | 30m | 60m

Superfly single and double track. Echo Valley, just north of Chelan, is one of eastern Washington's premier locations!

June 30 - Mission: Granduro

Mission: Granduro
June 30 2018
25m | 45m

Mountain biking at its finest: Wenatchee's Mission Ridge!

July 14 - Suntop

Suntop
July 14 2018
9m | 30m | 50m

Gravel roads, singletrack, a historic fire lookout, and views of Mt. Rainier! It all adds up to an epic race!

Aug 25 - Capitol Forest

Capitol Forest
Aug 25 2018
14m | 50m | 100m

Forest roads, fast single track, free camping, and a huge post race party!

Other events

Volunteers

Mechanic

Volunteers help make the races possible for athletes to compete in a fun, safe, and organized way. We believe that those of you who give your time and energy to help support these races should be treated as well, if not better than, the racers. We work hard to make sure that you receive the resources necessary to be a successful volunteer, that you’re safe, as comfortable as possible, and that you have a great time outside with us and the racers in the beautiful Pacific Northwest!

Why Volunteer?
Volunteering is a great way to get a front seat view of the race and be an integral part of the event. Some people volunteer because they’re interested in racing and want to check it out up close; some are racers who need a down day; some are friends, family, or significant others of racers who want to be a part of the festivities and share in the fun. Here’s a brief outline of some of the benefits you will receive as a volunteer:

  • Join us for a meal at the pre-race and post-race party.
  • Cool race swag bag with gifts and samples from our sponsors.
  • Get a first hand, insider look at races.
  • Invitation to the annual volunteer party where we raffle lots of cool sponsor prizes!
  • Get either a 50% off entry to any NW Epic Series mountain bike race, a free entry to any Evergreen Trail Runs event or a 50% off entry to the Lake Sammamish Half Marathon.
  • Kudos from the racers and race organizers, and a deep sense of personal satisfaction for a job well done.

What kind of things will I do as a volunteer?

Race volunteers do a wide variety of things, including but not limited to:

  • Course Design – Provide ideas on race courses and assist in obtaining permits.
  • Course Set Up and Take Down – Set up course markers pre-race and remove them post-race.
  • Course Marshaling - Help direct racers on the course.
  • Parking - Provide racers and volunteers guidance on parking.
  • Registration – Record racer information, check in racers day-of race, hand out racing bibs.
  • Headquarter Coordination – Keep track of team status and location throughout the race.
  • Aid Stations– Prepare food and provide general assistance to racers.
  • Wrench Stations - If you're good with fixing bikes, this is a great place for you!
  • Timing – Record the time as racers cross the finish line.
  • Refreshments – Prepare and serve food for the pre-race and post-race party.
  • Emergency Medical Assistance (medically trained volunteers only) – Support racer medical needs.

Can I register with the volunteer discount code if my husband/wife/friend volunteers at the same event and gives me their discount?

For sure, and lucky you!

Can I volunteer with a friend?
Absolutely! If you'd like to work at the same location and job with your buddy, just let us know and we’ll make it happen. Volunteering is also a wonderful way to meet like minded people who enjoy the same sport!

How do I sign up?
If you’re interested in signing up as a volunteer, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the subject “Volunteering.” Thank you for your interest in helping at the events

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