Date: May 18 & 19, 2019
Location: Enumclaw Washington
The Race: Egencia Cycling Team, Mutual of Enumclaw and the Enumclaw Police Department are excited to host the 22nd annual Mutual of Enumclaw Stage Race. The race is the longest running Stage Race in the Pacific Northwest.
A Little History: Svien Tuft won the event in 2007 and 2005 and has placed in the top 3 multiple times. In 2000 local rider Russell Stevenson with the help of his teammate Tyler Farrar from Saturn of Bellevue beat defending champion Ronnie Schmeer, Alex Gardner and Svein Tuft. In 2009 Will Routley from Jelly Belly won the race while other greats like Thomas Peterson and Logan Owen attended the event before turning pro. Jade Wilcoxson, used Mutual of Enumclaw to launch her professional racing career by winning the Cat 1/2 women’s race at Enumclaw and was given the opportunity to race at the Nature Valley Grand Prix.
Cost: $125 for standard and master categories, $50 for juniors categories. Online registration only. One day licenses will be available at packet pickup for Cat 5 women and Cat 5 men or via online registration. All international riders are welcome with a UCI license. Online registration closes at 11:59pm Thursday May 17, 2018. Registration increases $50 after May 14, 2019.
Registration: Online registration only. No refunds.
Rider Check-in and Number pickup: Friday May 17th from 5-8:00 PM, Saturday May 18th 6:30am-11:30 AM at The Guesthouse Inn. Current USAC or UCI license must be presented at check-in. All other numbers issued in packet.
Race Headquarters: Guesthouse Inn, 1000 Griffin Ave. (360) 825-4490
Time Trial Rule:
In an attempt to reduce costs to riders, reduce travel costs, encourage carpooling, and make stage races hotly contested everyone will be required to race a mass start bike during the Time Trail this year. TT Bikes: The time trail will be contested on mass bikes meeting the following criteria.