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Sasquatch Duro

Sasquatch Duro

August 20 2022
Oakridge, Oregon, USA
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Distances: 32,59,84 miles
Difficulty: Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbs
Limited to: 300 Participants

Join us in the Kingdom of Gravel that made Oakridge the logging capital of the Pacific Northwest. Logging is still active and new opportunities for adventure await in May at the Sasquatch Duro.

Three routes to choose from for a Monster Squatch 84 mile with 9K of climbing, Big Squatch loop that is 59 Miles and 6400 ft and the Little Squatch loop at 32 miles and 2500 ft! Plenty of early summer gravel grinding on one Epic route!

Rating: Tough enough for 32 miles and new to gravel cyclists. The 59 and 84 are appropriately named Big and Monster with the later having a 13-mile climb baked in to rip your legs off Sasquatch Style. 

Suggested Tire: 32mm to 45mm, cross bike, gravel bike or hardtail mountain bike Descents are fast so control is key. Percentage of Gravel to Road 70/30 Gravel To Road

Congratulations! Relax, put your bike away and hang out with friends and the Community of Oakridge while others finish with a complimentary beverage and post-event fun and raffle in Oakridge. Podium awards at 2pm!



Start Located At: Oakridge 48241 E. 1st St, Oakridge, 97463
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8:30 am Start from Greenwaters Park in Oakridge for the Monster, Big and Little Squatch Routes

Registration Fees

Early Pricing starts at 90.00


Included with your participation

Custom Defeet Socks
Sag support and Mechanical support along Post-event
Post event catering and beverages from 10 Barrel Brewing
Custom beverages after for those over 21!
Adventure awaits! 

Packet Pickups

Friday 3-6pm Greenwaters Park

Saturday 6:30-8am Greenwaters Park

Prize / Race Categories

This timed ride is built on adventure! Remember it is rules of the road, so you must obey all traffic signals and intersections and stop signs on course at all times. Make sure to wear your helmet and get ready for a great time.  

Age Groups 15-24,25-39,40-44,45-49,50-54,55-59,60-64,65-69,70-74 and 75+ Men and Women for al routes

Adequate Car Parking
Free Parking
Registration On the Day
Pre-Packet Pickups
Support for Participants
Route Signposted
Route Card
First Aid
Emergency Contact No
SAG Wagon
Escort / Police Escort
Roving Mechanical Support
Mechanical Support at Rest Stops
Bike Festival
After Party
Course Timing
KOM/QOM Competition
Category / Race Prizes
Results Within 24 Hours
Personalised Bib (Name and QR Code)
Downloadable GPS files
Finish Line Chute
Feed / Aid Stations
Post Event Meal(s) Provided As Part of Entry
Number of Aid Stations: 2
Number of Timed Hill Climbs
1 Hill Climbs