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Sisters Stampede XC
An event every year that begins at 12:00 am on day last of May, repeating until May 28, 2023
The Sisters Stampede started in 2010 after a revised trail system in Sisters, Oregon called the Peterson Ridge trail. Through cooperation with the US Forest Service, the Sisters Trail Alliance created a trail system which caters to all types of trail use including Mountain biking, running, hiking, and equestrian (separate trails).
With approval and cooperation from the US Forest service, the Sisters Stampede was then created to showcase the great trail system in Sisters and create awareness of how cycling can change the way small towns look at tourism and recreation in Oregon.
A race that begins just steps from Thee Creeks Brewing and Five Pine lodge was just the ticket to get things started.. Throw it on Memorial Day Weekend, and it’s a blast!
After a unique race started out by a cowboy or cowgirl on horseback, the Sisters Stampede takes riders through a forest covered in Pine, Lava, and sunshine. Beginning with a few miles of double track road is key to stretching out the large fields of riders who have come to be a part of this event. Riders can enjoy two distances depending on skill, and endurance levels (12 miles, or 27 miles). After finishing the race, riders can recover with food, music, and Three Creeks beer while watching the kids ride and participate in their own race.
Event details subject to change; check event websites for details.