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We will be having two beer gardens at this race with free beer from New Belgium Brewing. While the beer is free, we are asking that you make a donation at the race to help support the Major Taylor Project, which we are helping to raise funds for this fall. In addition you can purchase a ticket for that primo, limited edition Fat Tire Ale cruiser bike we will be drawing off for on Nov. 26th. Tickets are $1 and can be purchased at the SCX merchandise booth at the three remaining races.

This year’s race at Enumclaw is only a 50 minute drive from Seattle and has something for everyone. The course is divided into two sections’ affectionately named, ‘The Forest’ and ‘The Field’. The start will feature plenty of long-straight sections through pastures before ascending the gruesome ‘mile-high’ run up. Crowned by a beer-garden at the top, this run up marks the entrance to The Forest as racers travel through the trees before several descents and rises bring them back into The Field. While this description sounds simple, The Forest will require all riders to bring their A-game as this section is packed with technical twists and turns as it traverses a hillside. If you’re still holding on to some of that road season fitness, don’t worry, as The Field will give you plenty of room to stretch your legs, and be heckled by the patrons of the second beer garden.

You can check to see if you’ve won unclaimed prizes from our last two races on the prize thread of our forum. All prizes from previous races and SCX #5 can picked up in the lower beer garden on Sunday.

While you can always register on-site, pre-registering will save you money and tons of time on race day.


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From downtown Enumclaw. Head East on Roosevelt/S.E. 448/Enumclaw-Chinook Pass road, the way to Crystal Mountain, Turn right at the stop light on 284th S. E. The parking lot will be on your left in 200 yards

 

COURSE CLEAN UP Fist pump to Recycled Cycles & Blue Rooster for helping out!