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Race Cascadia: Cascadia Dirt Cup #5 - Hood River, OR

This past weekend the Race Cascadia crew made it back out to Hood River for the final stop of the Cascadia Dirt Cup.  We say made it back out because what was supposed to be the starting race was shifted to the final race after there was expected 100+ degree days in Hood River. Luckily the weather gods smiled on us for October and provided us some amazing dirt, and perfect weather to round out an eventful 2021 season. There was some grease in the morning on the iconic Hidden rock garden, some dust on stage two, and perfect hero dirt on 5 and 6. Many racers later reporting that they would get through a turn and wish they had gone faster when they realized it held. At the end of the day Ingrid Larouche and Andrew Cavaye took the top honors and the overall for the year.

Oliver Meredith dropping into Hidden, the opening stage of the day.

Jason Gainey hauling during stage 6 and taking the ebike win.

Lev Stryker, owner of COG Wild 7th on the day in Expert 40-49.

J.T. Fisher coming in 2nd in Expert 15-17.

The trails in Post Canyon never fail to disappoint.

One of the young guns with full commitment sending it into the rocks of Hidden.

John Frey keeping it low and fast on Antoine's as a small fan looks on.

Kandace White, 2nd Pro Women, keeping the focus.

Friends chatting post race.
Family is always encouraged at the CDC.

What is it with these kids and full send?!

Kenzie Carlstrom had a smile on her face all day....getting her to 3rd in Expert 18-39 women.

Ingrid Larouche was unstoppable all year long.

Andrew Caraye also winning the day, and the overall in Pro Men.

Jason Alosio showing that hardtails can handle an enduro.

Some days just don't go to plan....

Greg Parker taking home the win... that's what happens when your beer is waiting for you at the finish.

Shay Konieczka not worried about clearing the roots and rocks in the landing.

Aaron Bailey low and fast over the stump gap on Dirt Surfer.

Wesley Gonter tucked in tight and railing the turns.

Gotta keep up with the results.
Greg Parker waiting to find out that yes that Ironhorse Beer did make him faster.

Aaron Bradford, providing Neutral support with Shimano in the morning, and mixing it up with the Pros all day long.

The drop on Antoine's is always a full send affair.

Until next year keep riding, having fun, and we will see you all again on the trails! Full day results here.

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