Due to the tragic fires that have erupted in Pateros, Washington, the PWC Racing event is cancelled. IJSBA sends our deepest thoughts and sympathies to those affected by this horrible disaster.
The 67th Annual Apple Pie Jamboree features the Pacific Northwest’s IJSBA Sanctioned Race Series organized by Roger Harnack. This is a very cool event and we hope a lot of people will be attending:
On both Saturday and Sunday The Apple Pie Jamboree features some of the world's best Jet Ski racers and freestylers.
Watercross racers will take to the Columbia River on a closed, near-shore buoy course that features sharp turns and high-speed stretches. Watch as racers make exciting passes and dramatic finishes just yards away. World Finals' racers Tim Carlson, Annie Bailey, Derrick Helm and others are expected to be on the water.
If you're not into racing, several of the region's top freestylers will be on hand to demonstrate barrel rolls, the cowboy, flips and more. Freestylers will also be participating in a Big Air contest, launching skis high into the air for backflips and other stunts. You won't want to miss them.
Racing and freestyle events will take place Saturday and Sunday. Riders will be competing for national points and a chance to earn a berth to the World Finals.
Come meet the competitors during the Jet Ski Racer Party, beginning at 7 p.m. Saturday, at SweetRiver
The Apple Pie Jamboree is an annual event that brings together the best of our community to raise money for local students, clubs and community groups. In our 67th year, the Apple Pie Jamboree is better than ever with even more events, fun, friends and family! Included in the fun-filled Jamboree weekend are Jet Ski races on the Columbia and the Ray Stanley Memorial Bass Tournament. These events operate independently, not involved in APJ fundraising, administration, or philanthropy.