by Freehub Magazine
In the Pacific Northwest, the Enduro racing world—and culture—is best represented by the Cascadia Dirt Cup, a multi-venue series focused on the elements that make the modern mountain bike scene so attractive. In the case of racers and fans, it’s also what makes the sport so authentic. Join us as we travel through the Cascadia Dirt Cup, a race series that revolves around community.
In This Episode: For the second stop of the Cascadia Dirt Cup, Lars and the boys head to Port Angeles’ Dry Hill, a name that has never been more appropriate. Port Angeles was a two day, seven stage race and with temperatures reaching over 90 degrees and the trails turning to moon dust, the conditions were pretty atypical compared to the usual Olympic Peninsula experience. Lars and friends battle the heat, grueling climbs, loose corners and even a dreaded pile up at practice. Did we mention there was a huck to flat contest? Join Lars Sternberg, Darrin Seeds and Kelend Hawks at Port Angeles’ Dry Hill for Episode Two of Racing Cascadia.— Cascadia Dirt Cup, Smith Optics, Clif Bar #RacingCascadia
Categories: Mountain Bike Racing