NEW for 2024!
This beginner friendly course features some of Squamish’s most classic descents. If you love flow, and want to get in on all the action, this course is for you. An excellent option if you’re new to enduro racing!
Stage 1: Another Man’s Gold
Stage 2: Pseudotsuga 1 & 2
Stage 3: Your Mom – Pseudotsuga 3
18km total distance
650m Climbing on the day
370m in-stage descending
– Howe Sound Brewing Speed Zone on “Your Mom”, where the fastest male and female will ride away with their speed in tall cans. 100km/h = 100 tall cans
– Nesters Market on course deluxe feed zone
– Entry into the apres party with a delicious full meal and alcoholic beverage (19+)
– SORCA Trail Donation
– On-course medical support from Canadian Outdoor Medical
– Professional timing for all stages
Get the best results on race day with the help of Dialed In Cycling. This is your chance to preride the course with certified pros and get coaching to maximize confidence and speed. We’ll break the course down over three session and cover essential skills including line selection, cornering strategies, effective braking points, and how to discover your riding flow.
Cost: $129 – includes a donation to SORCA
When: March 24, March 31, April 7 – 2 hours each day
Must be 19+. You can contact Dialed In Cycling for youth specific coaching
Space will be limited – registration details coming soon!
Who races the Classics Course?
The Classics Course course is NEW for 2024 and offers a more accessible course option. It’s designed for for all ages (12+ as of race day), but is physically demanding (see stats above). Designed as a beginner friendly course, it would still be a challenge to race at speed for the top World Cup athletes!
What kind of trails are in the Classics Course?
The course is already released, so you can practice in advance of race day. See above.
Can I transfer into the Short or Full Course if I change my mind?
Do I have to bring my own food and water?
Nesters Market will have a full feed zone at the bottom of Stage 2. You should carry enough food and water to get you from the start line to the feed zone.