More than 400 of the best bike racers in the Pacific Northwest are expected to descend on the small community of Kings Valley, between Dallas and Philomath, Oregon, this Saturday, April 8, for the Kings Valley circuit race director Scott Goldstein calls "La Doyenne". Riders will take up the challenge of a rolling 19.5-mile loop with 900 feet of elevation gain each lap, racing, depending on the class, three or four laps, 56 and 75 miles, respectively.
The classes of competition include Pro 1/2, Men’s Category 3, Men’s Category 4/5, Masters Men 40+ and 50+, and Women’s classes. Racing starts at 10 a.m. as riders will be competing for more than $1,600 in price money.
For more information, visit www.obra.org, site of the Oregon Bicycle Racing Association.