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2021 Cascadia Dirt Cup #1 Tiger Mountain

The past year has brought some challenges with running a race series.  2020 brought a pandemic... and then for our first race of 2021 Mother Nature decided to throw us a massive heat wave in the PNW resulting in the rescheduling of our race in Hood River.  This left us with the first race of the season being this past weekend at Tiger Mountain just outside of Issaquah, WA.  Mother Nature graced us with gorgeous high 70s and sunny skies making for an amazing day out on the mountain.  330 riders made it out for our sold-out enduro at the amazing trails, riding the likes of Predator, NOTG, EBAD, Joyride and Legend, the racers enjoyed dry and fast conditions on a wide range of trails.  Eric Olsen and Ingrid Larouche took the pro wins with over 16mins of race time over 4 stages. As always, one of the major highlights of the race day was presenting Evergreen MTB Alliance with a check for $5,000 for their continued trail building efforts, including building more trails on Tiger Mtn.

Linnea Rooke on her way to 2nd in Pro women

Libby Dudek cruising the rock roll on Legend on her way to 4th in Sport 18-39 women

Ryan Mcdonald cruising the technical roots along NOTG

Andi Zolton charging the steep rock roll of Predator to 3rd in Pro Women

Mason Rudolph rallying the lower rocks of Predator to 7th in Expert men 18-29

Jordan Yaeger on the loose turns of EBAD.

Nils Kingston finishing 11th in Pro men in the dry dusty conditions.

Mason Rudolph 7th in Expert 19-29 men.

Joe Spranger with the brightest shirt in the Expert 15-17 boys.

David Tompkins enjoying the early morning light on East Tiger Summit.

Aaron Bradford floating the rocks and roots of NOTG to 8th in Pro Men.

Steve Fisher enjoying the deep woods and shade of the PNW on NOTG

Danny Washburn enjoying the final minute of Predator.

Results! Who is where? Did I do ok?!

Patrick Murphy headed into 13th Pro Men.

Trey Wilson the Race Director making sure everyone understands what to do during the morning race meeting.

Who doesn't love great hats? Rep the best Enduro series in the PNW.

Early morning pits... the calm before the storm.

Eric Olsen on his way to winning Pro Men despite being sick all day.

Medals for the fast people.

Wyatt Parker dancing in and out of the shadows of Predator on his way to winning Expert 12-14 Boys.

Otto Begus keeping the eys focused down the trail. 19th Expert 18-29.

Nils Kingston floating the smooth drop on NOTG.

Some spectators making the hike all the way to the backside of Tiger to watch racers down NOTG.

Ethan Connell making shapes through the roots, but keeping the eyes on the prize. 25th Expert 15-17.

Joshua Kahn 10th Pro men.

Ingrid Larouche on her way to winning Pro Women despite a forearm full of stitches from a crash earlier in the week.

Predator doesn't relent. Rocks into roots into steepness. At this point you are looking forward to almost being done.

Mason Rudolph blasting the roots on his way to 7th Expert 18-29.

Transition bikes overlooking the riders meeting, a longtime sponsor of the Cascadia Dirt Cup.
Shimano providing Neutral Support at the venue.

Cascadia Dirt Cup has provided money to the local trail organization at every stop of the series since day 1. Here they present Evergreen with a check for $5,000 for continued trail maintenance and building.

Pro Women's Podium

Pro Men's Podium

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