Stevens Pass, WA - MTB US Grand Prix Stevens Pass hosted it’s first ever mountain bike race this weekend, and it just so happened to be the NW Cup and MTB Grand Prix finals. Lots of National talent , as well as all our favorite locals from the N-Dub, all enjoying Washington's only bike park with a chairlift.
Opening the trails to the public late last summer, Stevens Pass has done a lot of work to open 2 sustainable trails for pro and amateur levels . Situated about an hour and a half east of Seattle, the turnout was pretty huge, drawing top riders as an easy stop prior to Crankworx up in Whistler.
With Blue skies and hot temperatures into the high 80's, the track was a dust bowl. High speeds and rocky terrain would keep the riders on their toes over the weekend. Bryn Qualified 3rd and finished in 4th- 1.44 off the win.
Bryn had this to say, "I put together a sick run, and really enjoyed the weekend.1.44 seconds is a pretty small margin between 1st and 4th, just goes to show that Stevens made a course for tight racing. "
Of course I was there for support:)