The Monday Nights Bike Race Series begins April 17th and will last through May 29th with a return series to be held during the month of August. Races are held at Portland International Raceway in North Portland on a flat, closed, car-free circuit. There are separate categories for beginners to more advanced cyclists, including Novice (ages 14 and up), Women (any age), and Masters Men (ages 30+). The race series is a great opportunity for novice-level riders to learn bike racing basics with free clinics throughout the season. Fast and fun racing for everyone. All you need is a helmet, a road bike, and a sense of adventure.


The course is a flat and wide 1.9-mile (3.05 km) loop with excellent quality pavement.
The circuit is closed to all car traffic. Distance varies each week, depending on daylight available, field size, and weather, but will average 10-12 miles (Track Fixed Gear), 10-15 miles (Novice), 20-30 miles (Women), 20-40 miles (Masters Men). Exact distance and laps are announced at the start of each evening.
Single Race - $15 pre-reg and $20 day of registration [race schedule]
Series - $TBD [register here]


Approved helmets are required. All OBRA Racing Rules apply. No aero bars allowed.  Drop bars, with bar tape, plugged ends and without brake levers are required for track/fixed category. OBRA and the organizers of this race do not provide insurance coverage for injuries that occur at the race. The costs related to those injuries are the responsibility of the individual participant.

Portland International Raceway Rules and Regulations:
In accordance with FAA regulations, PIR does not permit the use of Unmanned Aircraft Systems for any type of commercial photography or videography at any time at the facility. Pets are allowed at PIR. Please consider event noise before bringing pets that may be sensitive to loud sounds. Dogs must be on a leash at all times. Owners take full responsibility for their pets. Alcohol may only be purchased on site from the PIR-contracted food and service vendor, Ovations. Outside alcohol is prohibited from all PIR property. All Portland city parks (including PIR), recreation areas, and natural areas are smoke free.

Portland International Raceway
1940 N Victory Blvd
Portland, OR 97217




5:00 - Registration Opens
5:30 - Free Rider Clinic – See Clinic Information Area
5:45 - Fixed Gear/Track Bike (all ages)
6: 15-20ish - Novice Open (ages 14 and up, Men and Women)
6:35 - Women, All Category (all ages)
6:40 - Masters Men Category 1, 2 & 3 (Ages 30+)
6:45 - Masters Men Category 4 & 5 (Ages 30+)



APRIL 2017

4/17 | CW (Numbers on the Right)   |   REGISTER

4/24 | CCW (Numbers on the Left)   |   REGISTER

MAY 2017

5/01 | CW (Numbers on the Right)   |   REGISTER

5/08 | CCW (Numbers on the Left)   |   REGISTER

5/15 | CW (Numbers on the Right)   |   REGISTER

5/22 | CCW (Numbers on the Left)   |   REGISTER

5/29 | CW (Numbers on the Right)   |   REGISTER


Mettle Cycling, based in Portland, provides all digital/media services for Monday Night PIR.

Mettle Cycling, based in Portland, provides all digital/media services for Monday Night PIR.

Castelli Cycling

Castelli Cycling