Cascade Cycling Classic

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2010 Prologue ITT starting line, with Cascade Range in background

The Cascade Cycling Classic is the longest consecutively run elite road bicycle racing stage race in the United States (1979–present). It takes place in the Central Oregon region and is based in Bend, Oregon. It is a regular fixture for most of North America's top cyclists and teams. In recent years the race has been sponsored by the Bend Memorial Clinic while being organized by the Mt. Bachelor Ski Education Foundation.[1]

Past winners[edit]

Elite Men[edit]

Elite Women[edit]


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Coordinates: 45°31′59″N 122°42′22″W / 45.533°N 122.706°W / 45.533; -122.706