2019 Full Speed Ahead
Cascadia Super Gravel

SATURDAY MARCH 30, 2019
Capitol Forest // Olympia, WA

12736 Marksman St SW / Olympia, WA 98512  

THREE COURSE OPTIONS

SG70 = 70 miles & 7700' elevation   $85
SG50 = 50 miles & 5400' elevation   $70
SG30 = 30 miles & 3200' elevation   $55

 

COURSE LINKS

30, 50 and 70 mile course options:
 

 


 

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What is the Cascadia Super Gravel?

 

The Cascadia Super Gravel is Western Washington’s premier gravel road race, happening March 30, 2019 at Capitol State Forest, just outside of Olympia, Washington.

The Super Gravel features three distinct courses to challenge a full range of levels and abilities while delivering the same great race day experience for all. Each course will take riders through the majestic peaks and valleys of the rugged Black Hills that make up Washington's largest working forest. Riders at all levels will be earning every breathtaking mile with plenty of scenic views to suck you in and see you through to the same sweet after-party at the finish line.

 

So many options, one SUPER event!

 

COURSE LINKS

30, 50 and 70 mile course options:

All   |   SG70   |   SG50   |   SG30 

COMPETITIVE RACE
At the heart of the Cascadia Super Gravel is the main race for fastest overall time in each of the competitive categories for each course.

SG70 Competitive Categories
Pro Men*, Pro Women*

Men 29 & Under, 30-39, 40-49, 50+
Women 35 & Under, 36-49, 50+

Single Speed Open
*Open to SG70 racers only, with pro purse ($300/$150/$75)

SG50 & SG30 Competitive Categories
Men 29 & Under, 30-39, 40-49, 50+
Women 35 & Under, 36-49, 50+

Single Speed Open

NON-COMPETITIVE RIDE
Chase your own free spirit with this non-competitive Gran Fondo style event. Whether it's riding for your best time, riding just to finish or just for fun, this is your race to make it what you will. And we'll still time you, just in case your inner self has a competitive streak that needs to know how you stacked up against your friends and fellow racers. Bragging rights freely expressed are an added bonus!


SG70, SG50, SG30 Gran Fondo Categories
Gran Fondo Men, Gran Fondo Women

 

Schedule

Friday, March 29
12 pm - Gates open for camping
6-8pm Packet pickup at the Main Venue: MAP
12736 Marksman St SW / Olympia, WA 98512  

Saturday, March 30
7 -8:15 am Packet Pickup at Evergreen Sportsman Club:
12736 Marksman St SW Olympia, WA 98512

8:30 am Mandatory Riders Meeting

8:45 am SG70 start  //  8:50 am SG50 start  //  8:55 am SG30 start
Podium awards to follow within 60 minutes of each race's finish

 
 
 

Volunteer!

We need you! We're building our volunteer army of awesome for the Cascadia Super Gravel. Our volunteers are the magic behind the mayhem on race day. It's all thrills, no drills, powered by high fives and a hot meal + beverages. Enlistment is now open. March on over and sign up for duty, bring a buddy and earn double the hot meals and high fives, plus instant hero status.


 

Sponsorship
Interested in joining forces with the Cascadia Super Gravel to bring your products and services to our race community? Let's connect!
 

 

Race Results


 

Media

CX Magazine Interview w/ Courtenay McFadden

Peloton Magazine: Through the Forest

Full Speed Ahead Cascadia Super Gravel Promo Video

KONAWORD: Imaginary Domination Under the Eye of Stravaman

2018 Full Speed Ahead Race Recap

2018 Innocent Heroine Race Recap
2017 Joy Ride Bikes Race Recap

2017 The Group Ride Podcast w/ Wes Salmon

 
 

Frequently Asked Questions


What kind of bike should I bring?
The best bike for the Cascadia Super Gravel would be a gravel specific or cyclocross bike with a minimum of 32mm tires.  Mountain bikes are allowed.  Due to the challenging terrain we strongly advise disc brakes.

What's included with registration?
Your registration fee entry affords you a professional, well organized event; a well marked course; RFID timing with fast, accurate results; on-course mechanical support; one free entry into race day raffle; super stocked feed stations; hearty post-race meal and refreshing beer (21+)

 

How hard it he course? What are the roads like?

With three course distances embedded within an incredible network of gravel roads, you'll find a balance between epic, challenging and completely doable.  Don't think you can get off the couch after curling your favorite IPA for the last few months and do it.   However,  if you've been riding your bike consistently in preparation you should be able to complete the course.  The course is 90% gravel, ranging from hard, compact gravel, to loose gravel and dirt.  The first and last few miles are on pavement.  


What happens after the race?

Instant results will be available after the race with an award ceremony to immediately follow. Stay for the after-party to swap war stories over beer and a hearty post race meal.

 

Is the camping available?

Yes, tent camping and RV parking with hookups are available on site for $20. Additional lodging options are available within 20 minutes of the venue: airbnb.com | hotels.com

 
 


Refund Policy
 

UP TO 30 DAYS BEFORE EVENT

Full refund, less registration $10 refund fee
Deadline: 5/30/19

UP TO 14 DAYS BEFORE EVENT
50% refund, less $10 refund fee

Deadline: 6/15/19

LESS THAN 14 DAYS BEFORE EVENT
NO REFUNDS, NO EXCEPTIONS



 


Race Rules


-Riders must obey all applicable traffic laws during the event and are encouraged to use common sense, keep their head up and stay in their lane of travel. At no time will there be a closed road. In the interest of your own safety, you should always assume the same level of vigilance in riding your bike during the event that you would under normal circumstances.

-Riders should expect vehicle traffic on all roads, along with ATVs, motorcycles and wild animals. Stay in your lane and follow the rules of the road.


-All riders are required to wear an approved helmet and cannot remove it at any time during the race.


-No support or follow vehicles are allowed. Aid stations will be well stocked and able to handle participant’s needs.


-Headphones/ear buds are NOT permitted during a ride.


-All riders must attend a mandatory rider's meeting held at the start/finish line 25 minutes prior to the event.


-A rider may be disqualified for damaging or destroying public or private property. A rider may be held liable for all costs associated with the damage or destruction.

 

-Race Cascadia officials reserve the right to make changes to the course, delay start times and/or postpone the event as necessary for safety and/or security purposes, or at the request of permit issuers.

ABOUT US


Race Cascadia has been producing mountain bike races in the Pacific Northwest since 2012. 
 

Its signature series, the Cascadia Dirt Cup, is firmly rooted as the Northwest’s premier enduro mountain bike race series.
 

Race Cascadia continues to create new events, partnerships and opportunities each season to showcase and support the world class trails of Cascadia.

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Phone (360) 915-5100

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