Sick Puke 2002
Sick Puke 2003
Sick Puke 2004
Sick Puke 2005
Sick Puke 2006
Sick Puke 2007
Sick Puke 2008
Sick Puke 2009
Sick Puke 2010
Sick Puke 2011
Sick Puke 2012
Sick Puke 2013 and beyond
Green Line #6A. Middle Waddell Loop, North Rim, Rock Candy East, Mima Porter #8  
Green Line #6, Mount Molly Loop, North Rim, Trail#30, Mount Molly Porter #3, MP8
Mima Porter #8, Mt Molly Loop, North Rim, Middle Waddell Loop
Green Line #6, Mima Porter #8
Green Line #6A, Green Line #6, Mima Porter #8
Green Line #6, Trail #40, Mount Molly Loop, Trail #30, Mount Molly Porter #3  
Green Line #6, Trail #30, Mt Molly Porter #3
Outer Limits: Full circumnavigation via singletrack
Molly Porter 3, Green Line #6, Mima Porter 8
Rock Candy, North Rim, GL6
All over
Before and smart phones with access to digital trail information, Capitol Forest was a large feeling, remote, dark,
poorly maintained, difficult to navigate, inhospitable jungle kind of riding experience. Riding with a machete would not have been
out the question, and many riders chose to ride with a small hand saw at the ready for the aggressive foliage (and maybe for
security in case of the occasional encounter with an individual who may or may not have had any sleep in the previous week). The
navigation means for riding at the time were to buy (if you could find one for sale) and bring a paper map that would inevitably get
wet and muddy, and follow the trail signs that may or may not have been posted or and may or may not have been posted correctly.
In addition to a wet paper map and some luck, riding in Capitol Forest required a strong sense of adventure and a high need for an
unpredictable riding experience.

Out of this uncharted period in Capitol Forest history, the Sick Puke was born. The Sick Puke was(and still is) an off the formal event
calendar ride that attracted local and locally connected regional riders looking to take part in a big day, in a big way
, the wild and
undeveloped mtb riding experience of the early 00's Capitol Forest. As Capitol Forest has evolved and developed over the years,
the Sick Puke has as well. The Sick Puke is as it has always been - a day of new and unexpected Capitol Forest riding experiences.
Photo by Derek Pearson