Events & Rides

Our calendar lists events, rides and meetings of interest to bicyclists in Washington. Rides highlighted in RED make a contribution (typically a dollar per rider) to us.  When you sign up for one of these rides, you are supporting policies that promote bicycling, safer streets for riding, Safe Routes to School programs, and much more.  Visit About Us to learn more about what we do.

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Upcoming Events › Rides that Support WA Bikes

March 15, 2015

McClinchy Mile Oso Strong

Whitehorse MountainJoin B.I.K.E.S. Club of Snohomish County in Arlington on Sunday, March 15, 2015 for the McClinchy Mile Oso Strong bike ride.

This year’s McClinchy Mile Ride is a memorial to the people and the communities affected by the Oso Landslide. Routes will start in Arlington and travel along the Stillaguamish River through the landslide zone to Darrington. Route options of 35, 56 and 100 miles, most on State Route 530 with light traffic. Food stops, sag support and hot coffee included. Family riders can join us for a free ride on the Centennial Trail.

A portion of event proceeds will support tourism and economic development in the area by supporting the Whitehorse Trail. Improving the trail benefits recovery efforts, since tourism is key to the local economy. Plan a weekend in Snohomish County by coming on Saturday to ride the beautiful, paved Centennial Trail (30 miles one-way) or open sections of the unpaved Whitehorse Trail.

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* This ride supports statewide bicycle advocacy with a contribution to WA Bikes.

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Start: March 15, 2015 8:00 am
End: March 15, 2015 4:00 pm
Venue: Haller Middle School
600 E First St, Arlington, WA, United States

March 28, 2015

PATH Ride – Pedal Against Trafficking Humans

PATH Ride 2015Saturday, March 28th, 2015 at 8am
Seward Park, Seattle, 98118
Registration at:
Join us on Saturday March 28th, 2015 to ride your bicycle and help us raise funds and awareness for anti-trafficking organizations in Western Washington. Human trafficking is a modern-day form of slavery in which people use coercion, deception, and force to exploit others through labor and prostitution.
The Pedal Against Trafficking Humans (PATH) Ride is a part of a local movement to prevent trafficking, help victims, and support survivors.
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* This ride supports statewide bike advocacy with a contribution to WA Bikes.
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Start: March 28, 2015 8:00 am
End: March 28, 2015 4:00 pm
Venue: Seward Park
Seattle, WA, 98118, United States
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