Eugene Roubaix
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Eugene Roubaix. The 13.7-mile course features varied terrain and one straight stretch of gravel. The Eugene Roubaix is relatively flat with approximately 200 meters of climbing and one 'berg' (Oak Hill Road). The real trademark is the 1.5 mile gravel section on each lap. The Start/Finish is on Cantrell road approximately 200m after the end of gravel section. Map available online here.

The Races
10:00am men 1, 2 (~68mi, 5 laps)
10:05am men 3 (~55mi, 4 laps)
10:10am men masters 40+ (~55mi, 4 laps)
2:00pm women 1,2, 3, (~55mi, 4 laps) Scored together for prizes & Oregon Cup Points, cat. 3 women scored separately
2:10pm men 4 (~41, 3 laps)
2:15pm men 5 (~28, 2 laps)
2:20pm women 4, 40+, (~28, 2 laps) scored separately

OBRA Membership required.
available on-site or OBRA memberships available online

Directions. From I-5 exit to and follow Beltline West until it ends. Go right on W 11th/126. Turn left on K.R. Nielson Rd.

Parking. Parking near start/finish on Cantrell, along K. Nielson Rd and at the Fern Ridge Wildlife Parking lot.

Volunteering or questions. Contact. Jenn Hughes: 503 569 4691, Hughes064 [at] gmail [dot com]

Registration. $27.50
Register online HERE. Online registration closes midnight April 28th
$7.50 late fee after Apr. 28th
Email for mail-in registration address and discount

$200 to top 3 Men 1, 2
$150, to top 3 Women 1, 2, 3
$500 in merchandise to top 3 for all other categories

5th Annual Euro Mullet Competition.
In honor of the great Laurent Brochard, a special prize awaits the bearer of the coiffure suprême.

Coiffure Suprême
Coiffure Supreme
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