On Sunday, September 26th, the MVSD Multipurpose Trail will serve as the host site for the conclusion of 2021 Washington Student Cycling racing season! View/download 2021 Washington Student Cycling League Finale Flyer [pdf].
During the event, over 200 participants ranging from 6th – 12th grade, including eleven MVSD students will put their skills and fitness to the test, ripping up, down, and around the newly constructed 4.3 mile trail. When asked about the opportunity to host a race on the newly constructed course, a member of the Methow Valley Cycling Team coaching staff stated, “Riders will love it! It’s fast and flowy… Methow style.” Another added, “Spectators will love it as well. The course is very spectator friendly and should provide a good show… We hope everyone who loves mountain biking and kids comes out to see the racing on Sunday.”
Participants and spectators are asked to wear masks when in close proximity to others.
They also noted that the Methow Valley Nordic Team will be on-site, hosting a BBQ cookout, with proceeds going to support the Methow Valley Nordic Ski Team.
Methow Valley Cycling Team members include:
- Cater Sheley – 11th grade
- Graham Sheley – 11th grade
- Stella Scholz – 11th grade
- Jasmine DeVlieg – 11th grade
- Ila Neman – 10th grade
- Landry Chrastina – 10th grade
- Emit Bondi – 8th grade
- Ben Kaufman – 8th grade
- Wyatt Odion – 7th grade
- Jackson Van Bueren – 7th grade
- Josie Bolinger – 7th grade
Interested in getting involved?
The spring cycling season is scheduled to begin April of 2022 with four races taking place in various locations around the state. Committed to accommodating all participants regardless of experience, skill level, or those in need of a bike, the team trains 3-4 days per week prior to and during the two-month season.
We encourage you to come out, see the new Multipurpose Trail, and cheer on your Methow Valley Cycling Team! Grrr…