Results from this past weekend’s race. We thank everyone that rode and supported our event! Click here for 2019 race results.
We have an awesome course designed with gorgeous ocean views, meadows, sick down hill, gnarly single track, killer climbs, and what’s sure to be a great course!
This event is brought to life by a public-private partnership in the true spirit of community. Bike Newport, the Newport News-times and other local volunteers are volunteering alongside staff from the Newport Parks and Recreation Department to breath new life into this old race, formerly known as the Ben Eder Memorial.
Proceeds from the event will go towards the youth programs scholarship fund at the Newport Recreation Center. Which allows children from economically disadvantaged households the opportunity to participate in a number of fantastic programs.
The Coast Hills Classic is proud to be a part of the Oregon Off-Road Series and the Junior MTB Series. The Junior Series is designed to encourage junior riders and teams to participate in races over an entire season.
COVID-19 NOTICE – Things to know and understand prior to signing up for and attending this event
- This event complies with the state guidance for this jurisdiction(s)
- Know the symptoms of COVID-19. Do not travel and participate in this event if you have any of them listed here: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/symptoms-testing/symptoms.html
- If you are at high risk for severe illness or have a compromised immune system, please consider your risk tolerance for attending this event.
- Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer regularly to help stop the spread of COVID-19.
- Please wear a mask while not actively racing.
- No day of race registration; plan ahead
- Please, no spectators at this event
- No post-race gatherings such as podium presentations. Please cool down by yourself, thank the volunteers while wearing a mask and be on your way.
- Understand and comply with OBRA rule 21.2:
21.2 All persons present at an event must wear a face covering intended to stop disease transfer that covers the nose and mouth when within 6 feet of another person at all times, with the exception of actively racing participants. When actively racing, participants must follow mask rules set by the promoter; additionally, masks must be worn by participants any time a participant is interacting with or near a person not actively racing (including, but not limited to, at the start line, aid stations, feed zones, and after crossing the finishing line as quickly as is safe to do so).
Each individual participant is expected to fully understand the stated rules. Failure to comply with Rule 21 may result in disqualification, removal from venue and suspension for up to one year
- Warming up is not considered “actively racing”. Warm up by yourself. Wear a mask if you are warming up near others.
- Come prepared with your own food and water.
- Be respectful of our community and please avoid unnecessary interactions with community members. If you must stop for food or gas, please wear a mask that covers your nose and mouth.
We strongly encourage you to only race locally and limit your travel to other areas. If you do travel outside of your local area, please travel alone or with people from your household. Limit your interactions with others while traveling.