Oregon – The First Interstate Bank Center
April 6th – 8th, 2018
Located indoors at Redmond’s Deschutes County Fairgrounds, the newly re-named First Interstate Bank Center has played host to the Great Northwest national fort he past decade (since 2008) and there’s a good reason this race keeps returning to Central Oregon. Great track, great racing, great riders and great amenities – from hotels to restaurants.
Placed strategically at the hub of the tri-county area (Deschutes, Jefferson, Crook Counties), this race is the perfect draw for racers from all corners. And if you’re looking for extra activities – from snowboarding to mountain biking, Redmond has it all!
3800 SW Airport Way
Redmond, OR 97756-8697
Mileage from Central Oregon
City – Mileage – Drive Time
• Portland, OR – 175 – 3 hrs. 15 min
• Medford, OR – 178 – 3 hrs. 40 min
• Seattle, WA – 328 – 6 hrs. 10 min
• Olympia, WA – 297 – 5 hrs. 10 min
• Boise, ID – 318 – 6 hrs. 20 min
• San Francisco, CA – 492 – 8 hrs. 25 min
• Los Angeles, CA – 821 – 12 hrs. 55 min
The Deschutes County Fair Expo Center is a 132-acre site located in Redmond, Oregon. It is placed strategically at the hub of the tri-county area (Deschutes, Jefferson, and Crook Counties) together known as Central Oregon. It is 15 minutes from Bend, the largest city, 20 minutes from Prineville, 20 minutes from Sisters, 25 minutes from Madras, and five minutes from the Redmond Airport.
🌐 From Bend
Travel north on US-97 toward Redmond. Take the Yew Ave exit and turn right onto SW Airport Way.
🌐 From Redmond
Travel south on US-97. Take the Yew Ave exit ramp and turn left onto SW Yew Ave. SW Yew Ave becomes SW Airport Way.
🌐 From Portland
Travel east on US-26 for approximately 103 miles. When you reach Madras continue straight as US-26 becomes US-97. Continue to travel south on US-97. When you reach the Yew Ave exit ramp take the exit and turn left onto SW Yew Ave. SW Yew Ave becomes SW Airport Way.
🌐 From Seattle
Travel south on I-5 toward Portland approximately 156 miles. Use exit 154B and merge onto I-205 S toward Salem/I-84. Travel approximately 14 miles and take exit 22 to merge onto I-84 E/US-30 E toward The Dalles. Travel east on I-84 toward The Dalles approximately 13 miles. Take the 238th Dr exit (exit 16) toward Wood Village and turn right onto NE 238th Dr. Travel south on NE 238th Dr which becomes NE 242nd Dr. Turn slight left onto NE Burnside St and travel east. NE Burnside St becomes US-26. Travel east on US-26 for approximately 103 miles. When you reach Madras continue straight as US-26 becomes US-97. Continue to travel south on US-97. When you reach the Yew Ave exit ramp take the exit and turn left onto SW Yew Ave. SW Yew Ave becomes SW Airport Way.
🌐 From San Francisco
Travel east on I-80 toward Oakland for approximately 54 miles. Merge onto I-505 N toward Redding and travel approximately 34 miles when I-505 becomes I-5. Travel for approximately 193 miles and take the exit toward US-97/Central Weed/Klamath Falls. Turn right onto S Weed Blvd/I-5 and then take a slight right onto US-97. Travel approximately 72 miles then stay straight to enter onto US-97/The Dalles California Hwy. Continue to follow US-97/The Dalles California Hwy north approximately 147 miles toward Redmond. Take the Yew Ave exit and turn right onto SW Airport Way.
🌐 From Boise
Travel west on I-84 approximately 51 miles. Then take exit 376A onto US-30 toward US-26/Ontario/US-20. Merge onto E Idaho Ave and turn left onto SW 2nd St/Olds Ferry Ontario Hwy/OR-201. Continue to follow Olds Ferry Ontario Hwy/OR-201 for approximately 4.5 miles. Turn slight right onto US-26/Central Oregon Highway/US-20. Continue to travel west on US-26 for approximately 164 miles. Turn left onto US-26/Ochoco Hwy and continue traveling west on US-26 approximately 79 miles. US-26 becomes W 3rd St/NW Madras Prineville Hwy. Turn slight left onto W 3rd St/Ochoco Hwy and travel along Ochoco Hwy about 14 miles. Ochoco Hwy becomes OR-126. Follow OR-126 approximately 2 miles and turn left onto SE Sisters Way. Travel along SE Sisters Way and turn left onto SE Airport Way.
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