Bend, OR
November 15th-28th, 2020

MBSEF Thrilla Cross 2020 [Postponed]

Virtual CX Races

Register
Registration opening soon
Registration closed

RACES

Week 1: Mixed Bag of Treats

Course: CX: Marvins Skyline-r Ranchero (2 LAPS)
  • 3.28 mi
  • 15
  • $15

Week 2: FTP or BUST!

Course: CX: Marvin's Ripper Course (3 LAPS)
  • 2.02 mi
  • 15
  • $15

Presented by:

 

What is this?

Thrilla Cross is a low-key socially-distanced Cyclocross bike race held over 2 weeks (we might extend it making it 4 weeks total depending on weather), in Bend, OR.  It’s pretty simple to participate in and  pretty darn close to a CX race, except the whole running into each other, marked courses, and friends and family yelling at you (feel free to add the friends and family component at your leisure - socially distanced of course)!!!

 

How does it work?

  • You can enter any of the races, or all of them.
  • The series consists of stage races. Each week will produce a podium (by gender and category). 
  • You’re racing against other riders, just not necessarily at the same time.
  • For each race, you’re welcome to do as many attempts as you'd like during the race window.  Each race window will start at 12:01 am PDT on Sunday and ends at 11:59 pm on the following Saturday (7 days).
  • Load each race course onto your device by downloading it from the race web page.
  • Wherever you start on the course is your start/finish line. So you don’t need to start your activity tracker when you start your effort. Just roll on into the course.  As soon as you are on-course, that’s your start line, and your finish line. The format of the Thrilla Cross races are you will need to do 2 or 3 laps on the course for it to count.  So don't just lap it once.
  • Track your race attempts using your GPS-enabled activity tracker or smartphone.
  • Sync efforts either by exporting a GPX file from your activity tracker or smartphone. You can also automatically sync using your Strava account.
  • You must follow the published course closely. If you deviate from the course by 200 meters or more, your race attempt will be excluded from the rankings.
  • Your fastest race attempt counts on the race leaderboard as long as you run it during the time window.
  • Race attempts must be submitted within 24 hours from the time the attempt has started.
  • Login and track your progress on the race leaderboards and activity feed.
  • The race series calculates scores for all efforts during the series timeframe. Awards will be presented for top finishers in each Gender and Category.

 

Kids race FREE!

For kids under 14, message us using the red HELP bubble in the lower right corner.  We'll send you a code for your kiddo to sign up for the races at no charge!!!

 

Molly's Wicked Playlist!

Click the button below to listen to Molly's wicked playlist on Spotify!

 

How is this different from any other virtual race these days?

First and BIGGEST difference. You're competing on the same course as everyone else.  Only, you’re able to ride it whenever and however many times you want. On your own! Each race takes place over a weeklong time window. Go as many times as you’d like to hit your best time. 

Second difference is the way the courses work. They’re loops. So wherever you first enter the course becomes your start finish line.  That being said, our course maps start and end in a specific place. So you’ll need to edit them if you plan to start/finish somewhere else.

Another big difference is you gotta stay 6 ft apart from all other racers!  PERIOD.  We care about you and others' safety.

So, race your butts off to win epic prizes! All you need is yourself, your bike, a GPS device, and some speed!

 

Rules Overview

  • Riders must complete the courses during the race time frames:
  • Week 1: Sunday, Nov 15 @ 12:01am PDT through Saturday, Nov 21 @ 11:59pm 
  • Week 2: Sunday, Nov 22 @ 12:01am PDT through Saturday, Nov 28 @ 11:59pm 
  • Any GPS device that can sync to Strava or export GPX files can be used to submit your times. 
  • Race times must be submitted no more than 24 hours after that attempt has been started.
  • Awards will be given out to the top 3 Male/Female riders in each category as well as some random awards for fun and other challenges coming out.
  • Riders must follow the courses published (download the GPX to run it for turn-by-turn directions if your computer supports navigation directions)
  • Riders must keep 6 feet distance from other riders as best they can.  Passing and yielding is the only exception (aka NO DRAFTING). 
  • Riders MUST Follow all trail rules and etiquette:
  • This is a race but these are public trails 
  • UPHILL TRAVEL HAS THE RIGHT OF WAY
  • Do not ride if it’s too rainy and you could cause damage to trails
  • Pack it in pack it out (aka Leave no Trace)
  • Absolutely NO eBikes!
  • Be a S.H.A.R.K (Safe, Honest, Accountable, Responsible, Kind)

 

Need help?

Message us using the red help bubble in the lower right corner on each page of this site.

 

Photo by Angel Santos on Unsplash
Latest Race Efforts
Long Course
Jason Wiener
03/72
01:23:45
Short Course
Pat McMahon
15/72
01:23:45
Long Course
Robert Paulson
04/72
01:23:45
Long Course
Jason Wiener
04/72
01:23:45
View Leaderboards
Important Dates

3

Nov

Registration Opens
Check back on November 3 @ 12:00 am to register for races

12

Nov

Registration Closes
Be sure to register for races before November 12 @ 12:00 am

15

Nov

Race Starts
You can start running your race efforts beginning November 15 @ 12:00 am

28

Nov

Race Ends
You must complete your race efforts and sync them by November 28 @ 12:00 am