Hill Climb Time Trial
Friday, July 8th


200/100 Mile Race
Saturday, July 9th


Sunday Morning Social Ride
Sunday, July 10th

"Make no little plans; they have no magic to stir [people's] blood and probably themselves will not be realized. Make big plans; aim high in hope and work... remember that our [children and grandchildren] are going to do things that would stagger us. Let your watchword be order and your beacon beauty. Think big."

-Daniel Burnham, 1846-1912

ABOUT

Not your regular supported century. Not Seattle to Portland.

This event will burn every one of your matches, and show you just how many more you really do have.

 

Part brevet, part gran fondo, part self-supported endurance road race. Riders are provided a cue sheet, a marked course, and aid station/control points approximately 40 miles apart to restock. In between those support checks, riders can access convenience stores and other neutral amenities along the course as needed. The 200-mile route boasts over 10,000 feet of climbing and features several sections of challenging gravel roads, while the 100-mile route checks in just around 6,000 feet of climbing and has no gravel.  Both courses offer scenic views of the Cascades Mountain range and run alongside the swift Santiam and Calapooia Rivers. 

 

This timed event will begin and end in Lebanon, Oregon. Participants will roll out in a mass start before being set loose to explore the rolling back-roads and steep vistas of the mid-Willamette Valley. 200-mile riders will begin at 5 am, while the 100-mile riders will begin at 8 am. 

 

Riders can provide one drop bag, no larger than a gallon size zip-lock, that will be transported to a designated control point by event officials. Riders will be able to access their drop bag two total times. Checkpoint and course cut-offs will be implemented throughout the day in order to keep riders safe and accounted for. Please refer to the control point information on the Ride with GPS course maps below for specific control cut-off times. 

 

Riders are allowed, and encouraged, to help one another with mechanical or other support needs. There is no access for outside team support other than at the designated control points. Any rider who does not meet the checkpoint deadline, or those needing to pull themselves from the course, may do so at any checkpoint. Rider's are encouraged to arrange a friend or family member to pick them up.  

 

 

Course Details

Click for Link to Ride with GPS 

 

Swift Summit 200 

 

Swift Summit 100

 

Current Top Course Records

Open Men's 200

Rob English-10:31:48

Stephen Rockwood-10:31:50

Chris Sarrett-10:54:47

 

Open Women's 200

Clara Terrell-11:11:24

Kristi Cutter- 12:16:31

Jaimie Lusk-12:35:00

 

Open Men's 100

Felipe Nystrom-05:00:52

Chris Sarrett-05:04:29

Charles Hall-05:05:00

Nao Ohdera-05:05:00

 

Open Women's 100

Lori Brault-05:35:53

Tara Deacon-05:38:07

Ann Kennedy-05:49:06

 

Open Non-Binary 100

Lisa George- 9:44:10

Linda Watts-10:12:18

 

 

 

 

WHAT'S INCLUDED

  • Custom Hand-Made Race Number

  • Fully-stocked aid station/control points with friendly volunteer support. 

  • Commemorative Cotton Swift Summit Cycling Cap for Finishers in the 200-mile category

  • Commemorative Swift Summit Headset Top Cap for Finishers in both distance categories

  • Post-event Food & Beverage for all participants

 

 

CATEGORIES/COST* 

Open Men 200.................................................$125

Open Women 200...........................................$125

Open Non-Binary 200....................................$125

Open Tandem 200...........................................$240

     

Open Men 100..................................................$105

Open Women 100............................................$105

Open Non-Binary 100.....................................$105

Open Tandem 100...........................................$200

     

     

         

Hill Climb Time Trial (All Categories)............$35

*Price increases $10 for all categories 04/02/22, $20 for all categories 05/21/2022 (except Hill Climb TT)

           

*Annual OBRA license required. Single-day license available for $5.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RIDER REQUIREMENTS/EQUIPMENT CHECKLIST

  • Participants must check in with the volunteer at each control point with their name and bib number.

  • Participants must obey all city, county, and state laws, and “Rules of the Road”

  • Participants must wear a properly approved helmet while operating their bicycle.

  • Participants must carry with them (on their body or bike) the following:

    • Cycling computer or GPS device (to track mileage for the cue sheet)

    • Red tail light and a clear front headlight. The headlight can be bar or helmet-mounted. 

    • Minimum of 32oz of water or sports drink.

    • Two spare inner tubes, a multi-tool, and a hand-pump/CO2. 

    • Cell phone to use in the event of an emergency. 

 

 

AWARDS

  • Special Overall "Summiteer" award for best combined times from both days in each category* (200/100 & Hill Climb TT)

  • Commemorative 11x17" Framed Finisher Poster Award for top three podiums in each category. 

  • Limited Edition, Custom Embroidered Swift Summit Jersey for the overall finisher in each category from ANTHM Collective. 

 

REFUND POLICY

  • Participants may receive a 50% refund up until May 21, 2022. For questions or clarification, please email the race director at the email listed below. 

 

 

For more information contact swiftsummitnw@gmail.com

 

 

 

 

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