Stage 1 - Catherine Creek Road Race
The popular Catherine Creek road race returns with a new modified start on Pocahontas with 78 miles of rolling terrain challenges through Baker and Union County on part of the Grande Tour Scenic Route
Stage 2 - 2024 Baker City Time Trial
The Time Trial this year features one noticeable yet rolling climb and finishes on a slight downhill. Be prepared to wind up a big gear in the last 5 miles!
Stage 3 - Baker City Downtown Criterium
6 corner criterium with wide roads in historic, downtown Baker City. A spectator friendly course, this crit is as fast as it is flat.
Stage 4 - Anthony Lakes Road Race
The final stage ends with a bang as Baker City Cycling Classic returns to Anthony Lakes for 2024. The final, punishing 3500' climb is a proving ground for champions and a tremendous accomplishment for any finishing rider.
You'll hit several less significant climbs earlier in the day and start to feel the lactate burn even before you encounter the final climb. National Forest Service Road 73 is considered one of the toughest climbs in the Pacific Northwest.
General Event Details
Please note these are general details please refer to the technical guide for specific rules and guidelines
Event Type – Baker City Cycling Classic is an Oregon Bicycle Racing Association or OBRA event
Individual General Classification – GC will be determine by the cumulative time minus all time bonus plus any penalties incurred
Rider Sign In – Sign in is required for road race stages 1 and 4.
Number Placement – Each rider will be given Two (2) bib numbers, that must be visible at all time when the rider is on the race course. Please refer to tech guide for number placement.
Timing Chip Placement - Timing Chip must be placed on front fork on left side opposite disc brake or on drive train side of bike
Time Bonus - Time Bonuses will be rewarded on stage 1, 2 ,3 and Finish
1st 10 seconds
2nd 6 seconds
3rd 4 seconds
Leaders Jersey will be awarded at Stage 1 Churchill Friday Night awards spaghetti feed and then after each stage podium directly after race and at final awards celebration at Dooley Mountain Summit