The Cascadian Crossing Route is a 312-mile self-supported bikepacking event in Central Oregon, following a loop of some of the best singletrack riding in the region…


Date: September 3, 2021

Time: 6:00 am


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Organizer: Mike Wingertsahn


The Cascadian Crossing Route (CCR300) is a 312-mile bikepacking loop in Central Oregon. The route is heavily focused on singletrack / trail riding, there is over 32K’ of vertical gain along the way with a few very remote sections. There are several high-quality resupply opportunities in the iconic towns of Sisters, McKenzie Bridge and Oakridge while you traverse the Deschutes & Willamette National Forests.

The CCR300 is similar to The Colorado Trail Race, The Arizona Trail Race and numerous other quasi underground self-supported bikepacking “races” or “grand departs.” A route description, GPX track, suggested start time and list of results will be provided. Complete the full route under your own power with no outside support, caches, crews and pre-arranged meetings. Be courteous to all trail users and use proper etiquette at all times (ie. yielding to other users, obey all laws etc).

All riders must be experienced backcountry travelers and understand their responsibilities. Minimize your impact to the environment and be diligent with Leave No Trace Principals.