About once a week, we speak with a beer fan who is concerned about the "floaties," flakes, or sediment they've found in their craft beer. "Is it bad?" "Will this make me sick?" and "this looks gross" are a few of the comments we read or hear.
In recent news, we've heard that craft beer fans want a beer to fuss over. Not only do you want a beer that is delicious, but you are interested in high quality ingredients, a wonderful aroma, and a beer with a beautiful look and color. As you pour your beer into the perfect glass, you see white flakes that you weren't expecting and some not so positive thoughts come to mind unless you've done some previous research about the subject.
A fun flow of gravel, doubletrack and singletrack on mixed terrain makes for excellent racing with plenty of passing opportunities.
A Central Oregon tradition on Mother’s Day Weekend!
Multiple passes through stadium per lap makes for easy spectating and a fun atmosphere.
Post-race BBQ and Chainbreaker White IPA from Deschutes Brewery available on site (cash or check).
Awards, podium and raffle following the race on site!
Free Bike Rodeo all day and Under 10 Kid's Race at noon
Riding the North Umpqua Trail is one wild and scenic experience. Every section offers amazing river side single track with steep climbs, technical terrain and spectacular scenery.
Meet Brewer Jake Harper
Deschutes' brewer Jake Harper talks gnarly trails, brewing freedom and the off-road path to Chainbreaker White IPA.