July 25, 2015
Start and finish area is in downtown Cheney. Neutral roll out from the Cheney Police Department. Laps for the 12-Hour Challengers located at 2nd and F Street as well. The 12-Hour Challenge asks how many miles you can ride in 12 hours, either as an individual or in teams of 2 or 4.
100 mile route visits the local farming towns of Sprague, Harrington and Edwall. Some of the best, nearly traffic-free riding anywhere!
Ride organized by Emde Sports.
July 26, 2015
Tour de Kitsap is your opportunity to enjoy scenic Kitsap Peninsula by bicycle! Choose from multiple route options, take in the spectacular views of the West Sound, and re-energize yourself at the themed rest stops.
Three start locations: Silverdale Mall north, Bremerton Ferry, and Kingston Village Green Park. Route distances of 100, 74, 50, and 35 available at each start location; 10 and 20 mile routes are available at Silverdale. Strawberry shortcake served at the end of the ride!
West Sound Cycling Club proudly presents Tour de Kitsap, now in its 22nd year. Additional information and registration available at www.westsoundcycling.com.
* This ride supports statewide bicycle advocacy with a contribution to WA Bikes.
August 22, 2015
Gigantic Century & 77 Mile Road Ride
Saturday August 22nd, Seattle to Gigantic Bicycle Festival
Presented by Clif Bar
Gigantic annually draws riders from the length of the Western seaboard, across the United States and Canada for a highly praised road ride from Seattle’s Magnuson Park to the Gigantic Bicycle Festival grounds in Snoqualmie, Washington.
Ride start is at Seattle’s Magnuson Park, early Saturday morning August 22nd. The starting line is open from 6am, with bike tech, day of rider registration, and some morning snacks and hot tea for riders. Riders depart the starting line between 6:30am and 7:30am.
Ride for Washington Bikes!
A portion of your registration fees will benefit statewide bicycle advocacy if you sign on to the Washington Bikes team when you register for the ride. Simply enter Washington Bikes as your team when you sign up.
Registration and more details at http://www.giganticbicyclefestival.org.
September 7, 2015
Labor Day, September 7, 2015
Discovery Park, North Parking Lot
Check In at 8 am; Departure at 8:30 am
Spend Labor Day touring the city of Seattle by bike on PROS: Perimeter Ride of Seattle! Great cityscapes, Puget Sound views and lofty hills dominate this ride, which is organized by the Cyclists of Greater Seattle (COGS) as a fundraiser for Washington Bikes. The full PROS route is 80+ miles with 4200 feet of elevation gain. PROS Lite is a shorter ride of 60 miles and 2700 feet of elevation gain. The ride begins at Discovery Park north parking lot and proceeds in a counter-clockwise direction, with two snack stops and lunch for the full route. PROS lite has one snack stop and lunch. The ride is led by club members in groups of 10-20 and generally done as a stay-together ride.