Ride for yourself, Ride for all of us

It’s March, there’s more daylight, and spring is on the horizon.  I’ll wager that many of you are thinking about your ride season and which bike rides you might sign up for this year. 

I want to encourage you to select a bike ride not only for you, but for all of us.  How?  Easy.  There are twenty or so event rides that have pledged to make a contribution (typically $1 per rider) to Washington Bikes to support our advocacy and education efforts.  If you sign up for one or more of these rides, then you’ll not only be riding for yourself but you’ll be riding for all of us!

McClinchy Mile is the first of those rides and it’s just around the corner on March 19.  Organized by the BIKES Club of Snohomish County, McClinchy Mile has something for everyone. Several loops of varying lengths travel the scenic backroads of the county and can be combined for a challenging century.  There’s also a family fun ride on the Centennial Trail.

Take a look at our Rides Calendar to view all the rides that support bike advocacy and education and plan your ride season accordingly.

See you on our roads and trails!

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