Muddy. Soupy. Sloppy, and mess of good fun.
Coast Hills Classic Mountain Bike Race in Newport (April 15) is an awesome challenge – a trek of straight up, straight down and slippery turns along a 12 mile course – with a double run of 24 miles for the experts and pros – and 1,600 ft. of elevation gain. The course varies from muddy to gravel with a lot of singletrack in between.
Pavement, shmavement. The Coast Hills Classic all about grueling greatness with plenty of opportunity for bragging rights. And if you like to get gritty on your mt. bike, you’re going to love it.
You’ll also be afforded sweeping coastal views, dense forested land and plenty of beautiful views if you’ve got the mindset to soak them in amidst the gruel of the course. We’re betting your mind will be on other things….
Make a Weekend of it!
There is a lot to see and do on the Oregon Coast! Make a weekend of it and plan to spend some time exploring Newport and the surrounding region. Take in the coastal sites, visit the aquarium, etc. You’re bound to have a good time on the Oregon Coast!
Little Tykes, too
In the true spirit of a strong community, the race isn’t just for the most hardcore riders: there’s also an free race option for little tykes to test their mettle and get a taste of what mt. bike racing is all about. Age categories of 2-4, 5-7 and 8-10 will race on a short loop on a flat dirt area. The timed “Grommet” Race for older kids will take place on a modified five mile section of race course.
Sign up Early
Sign up in advance to save, but registration is also accepted on the day of the race.
Watch the Video
April 15, 2018.
Coast Hills Classic website >>
2 thoughts on “Muddy, Soupy + Sloppy: Coast Hills Classic”
Thanks a bunch for this info!
You go tit!
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