Oakley Uprising Northwest

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The Oakley Uprising was founded in 2007 to promote transition riding on the most basic level. In a response to the huge influx of rail contests, Oakley seeks to bring other elements to the Grassroots contest arena. In 2006 Oakley officially became the sponsor for the Artic Challenge, Terje Haakonsen’s contest seeking to push transition and quarter pipe riding.

Each host resort is asked to create a quarterpipe, of whatever scale they have resources to produce. The feature will be included in a course with several other elements: rails, boxes, jumps etc. The QP is the focus and the last feature in the course. Riders are judged on overall impression, and best trick on the quarterpipe.

First Event:
March 7, 2009
Snoqualmie, WA

A Jam Style Event with Transitions and Artificial Features

Saturday: Registration 7:30-9AM
Practice: 9-10:30AM
Start Time: 11AM
Free Entry

Awards to Follow directly After Event

Divisions:
15 & Under
16 – 20
Open Women’s

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