New Year’s Revolution Cross

Cindi Girard photo.

Held on a Saturday around the new year, Revolution Cross is a single-race event that simultaneously heralds the end of cross season and the beginning of a new year. The race is held at Bigham Knoll Campus in Jacksonville, Oregon.

The 2017/2018 Revolution Cross will be held on December 30, 2017. Visit the Facebook event page for more details.

Registration is $20. OBRA license required; single-day and season licenses available. All race proceeds are donated to charity to provide breast cancer screening for women in Southern Oregon. Past recipients include Josephine County Search and Rescue, Alex Shepherd and family, and the Braveheart Volunteers of Sitka.

Save time at registration! Download, print and complete your race waiver beforehand.

There will be two races: category 3/4/5 (beginner, intermediate), clydesdale and singlespeed start at 12 noon; category 1/2/3 (advanced, expert) racers start at 1:00 pm. Registration will start at 10 am and end 15 minutes prior to each race. OBRA rules in affect for all races.

3/4/5 (beginner, intermediate) / singlespeed / clydesdale will race for 30 minutes plus 1 lap.
1/2/3 (advanced, expert) will race for 45 minutes plus 1 lap.

In the event there are not three racers in each age group, we reserve the right to combine classes for series placing.

Categories

3/4/5 race:

  • SR Men
  • Master Men (35-49)
  • Master Men (50 +)
  • Master Men (60 +)
  • SR Women
  • Master Women (35-49)
  • Master Women (50 +)
  • Jr Men (18 & under)
  • Jr Women (18 & under)
  • Jr (14 & under)
  • Clydesdale (200 lbs +)
  • Single Speed Men
  • Single Speed Women
  • Fat Bike (3.8″ minimum tire width)

1/2/3 race:

  • SR Men
  • Master Men (35-49)
  • Master Men (50 +)
  • SR Women
  • Master Women (35-49)
  • Master Women (50 +)
  • Jr Men (18 & under)
  • Jr Women (18 & under)

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Revolution Cross Poster

2013: Alex Shepherd Benefit Race

Past Revolution Cross Posters

Posters by Aaron Hoppe.