100 Miles or Bust: Oregon Cascades 100

I love a point-to-point race. Every step is literally getting you closer to the finish line, rather than a loop you will pass through multiple times or an out-and-back that you will have to reverse. With the Oregon Cascades 100, those steps are literally taking you to the finish line in a whole other city. Road Trip!!!

The Oregon Cascades 100 has participants going over 12,000 feet of gain and 12,500 feet of loss to travel from Bend to Sisters. About 88% of the course is single-track trails and the race team promises 14 full aid stations along the way for support. You would be traveling through trail country from one amazing Oregon town to another. And both of them have plenty of breweries for celebration.

The course is a Western States qualifier and participants have 32 hours, 1 minute, and 18 seconds to finish. All official finishers each a buckle, and cash prizes will be given to the top three men and women. Everyone gets to enjoy a post-race meal, with meal tickets available to purchase for pacers and crew.

Oregon Cascades 100 (Bend, OR) $395


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