I spent enough years drinking cheap booze and “attending” classes at Eastern Washington University to be called “Doctor.”
During that time, I enjoyed the awesome and flowy trails offered by the dry side of Washington.
For anyone new to the area, most of Washington state lies east of the Cascade mountains where it rains little more than it does in Arizona. Thus, lots of fast and fun desert off road riding. One of the pinnacles of the early mountain bike racing season is the Hubapalooza downhill race and the People’s Enduro, the first stop on the All Gravity race series.
The trails are located at Beacon Hill/Camp Sekani park. This year’s event offers free camping for registered riders in the Camp Sekani parking lot. In addition to downhill and enduro racing, there is a fun night ride for registered riders and a jam session for dirt jumping enthusiasts.
If you’re looking to get out of the rain and clouds, come on out for some dusty fun.
I will be racing the enduro on Sunday, but I’ll be hanging out at Camp Sekani sampling the offerings of Evanson Handcrafted Distilling all weekend.
Come on out for fun in the sun!