Tuesday Night PIR Starts Tomorrow!

The Tuesday Night PIR Series begins this week! Thank you to everybody that made it easy on us and pre-registered. If you have an individual or team pass, you'll just need to check in at registration. If you pre-registered for the single race, no need to wait in line to check in, just line up to race. Pre-registration will be open until 2pm the day of racing each week so take advantage of it if you'd like. When registering, just be sure to click on the correct date on the OBRA calendar. 

You can find all of the information about the series on our website at www.tuesdaynightpir.com and also keep up with us on Facebook and Twitter.

Tomorrow night's schedule look's like this:
5:15pm - Registration open
6:00pm - Juniors (Hosted by PDX DEVO) This race is free for all juniors and will be 20 minutes.
6:20pm - Category 4/5 - 6 Laps
6:25pm - Category 5 - 5 Laps
6:40pm - Category 1/2/3 - 12 Laps (Hot spots on laps 3, 7 and 10)
6:45pm - Category 3/4 - 10 Laps (Hot spots on laps 3 and 7)

This week all categories will be racing in a CLOCKWISE DIRECTION - ONE NUMBER ON THE RIGHT. It will alternate each week but if you're unsure, check the website. The weekly format for the entire season can be found at http://tuesdaynightpir.com/weekly-details/

Race day, on site registration located at the Finish Line in the middle of the main straight away.

Online registration will be open until 2pm on the day of racing.


Juniors (18 and under racing in open categories) - $5
Single Race - $15
Team & Individual Passes are available online or in person at registration.

SPONSORS (The folks that make this possible)
A big thank you to our sponsors for helping to make this happen. River City Bicycles is once again helping to make racing like this happen, a large thank you to the largest supporter of bicycle racing in the state of Oregon. Castelli has done a great job to bring you all monthly leaders jerseys this year. We look forward to seeing the competition for this heat up this summer. Another sponsor bringing something new to the races this year is Hopworks Urban Brewery. They'll be bringing a team competition to the 1/2/3 category and giving some great team prizes for the top three teams each month.

The weather looks good for tomorrow, 55 degrees and partly cloudy at start time.

The David Oliphant PIR June Series will once again be held to honor fallen racer David Oliphant. Thanks to his family, an expanded prize list will be made available. This will continue to benefit Donate Life NW and discounted entry fees will be given to racers signing up as new donors. Further details to follow!

We look forward to seeing you all out there this season, don't hesitate to ask if you have any questions.

Clint Culpepper