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Stevens Pass Bike Park
The unorthodox "sweep" rolled out at 4:30 p.m., just missing the opportunity for some numerical coincidence.
Dylan Brown put in a clean run to seed third (Cat 1 Men 0-18 ).
Layton Meyers traded in his enduro bike for the weekend and laid down some fast times on his downhill bike to seed second (Cat 1 Men 0-18 ).
Declan Ervin threw down a surge of speed that put him exaclty one second behind Luke Strobel (Cat 1 Men 0-18 ).
Back on the bike after an injury at the start of the season, Kialani Hines was ready to put in fast times (Pro Women).
With a multi-week shooting schedule coming up, Britney White kept things upright and in control throughout the weekend (Pro Women).
No stranger to loose and rough courses, Jaime Rees seeded several seconds ahead of the compeititon (Pro Women).
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Kasper Dean charges down the waterfall to seed third (Pro Men).
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Nate Furbee took spot number two for Pro Men with a time three seconds back from Strobel's.
Luke Strobel was all business with a time of 2:22.04 (Pro Men).
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With a hot and dusty day of riding completed, members of the exclusive Lake Strobel retired to cool off.
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2017 NW Cup Round Six, Stevens Pass, WA
West Coast Racing kept the family friendly fun going with a rubberband-watermelon crushing contest.
Sunday followed Saturday's lead and brought another helping of smoke.
Bob Stenson gets a drink from the rarely seen custom Trek drinking fountain (Pro Men).
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Luke Strobel (Pro Men).
Nielsen Clark runs through an early practice lap on Slingshot Wookie (Cat 2 Men 30-39).
Despite a less than perfect run later in the day, Cole Townsend scored his third win of the season (Cat 1 Men 19-29).
Jason Eiswald (Pro Men).
Greg Tubbs gets his morning pre-race walk in with 30-40 pounds of camera gear in tow.
Kyle Cole sports this season's collection with ruby flannel and understated cutoffs (Cat 3 Men 19-39).