The Echo Series is composed of four races between July 15th and August 20th, 2017. We saw a gaps in the racing calendar in the Seattle area and felt obligated to fill these gaps with new, exciting races that will challenge racers. We would like to thank the Washington State Bicycle Association, USA Cycling, and Castelli Cycling for supporting our cause by partnering with us for this new series. 


As the prologue of the series, the River Road TT gives riders the opportunity to break out their TT bikes after months of collecting dust.  The course is a flat 10 mile out-and-back Time Trial that will give racers plenty of time to suffer, but is short enough to see the end before the lactic acid builds up too much. Cross winds may become a factor, so choose your wheels carefully.


The Skagit Bay Circuit Race is second in the Echo Series, and is a 5.7 mile circuit through the country roads of Snohomish County. The rollers on this course is well suited for a Puncheur type of rider. There are two turns within the final 1K of the race, and will play a pivotal role in the uphill punchy finish. 


Similar to the Skagit Bay Circuit, the Camano Island Circuit Race is a 5.5 mile course with hills that a little more than punches. These hills are well suited for riders who can climb and punch. With a descent and right hand turn before the finish, this race is anyone's for the taking.

Port Townsend Stage Race- CANCELED

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*Leader's Jerseys will be awarded for after each race for the Series Leader. Points will be awarded to the first 20 riders in each category, with the winner of the category earning an extra point. 

*Race organizers reserve the right to combine fields if there is less than 50% field capacity.

*Race organizers reserve the right to prorate cash prizes is there is less than 50% field capacity.