Bike Rides to Carry You Into the Fall

Labor Day may be approaching, but biking season is far from over!  These upcoming rides support the Bicycle Alliance’s work to grow safe, enjoyable bicycling in communities across the state:

Camp Korey’s Camp Challenge Ride on September 8 is a new ride.  With a start and end in Carnation, this ride takes you through scenic Snoqualmie Valley on a 25- or 64-mile loop.  This ride is a fundraiser for Camp Korey, a program that serves children with serious and life-altering medical conditions.  There is a gourmet BBQ at the end of the ride.

Ride the South Sound, also on September 8, is a new event organized by Capital Bicycling Club.  Routes vary from family-friendly to challenging.  This ride offers spectacular views of south Puget Sound, the farmlands and forests surrounding Olympia.

Cycle the WAVE returns on September 16.  This all women’s non-competitive ride has something for all levels of riders, and benefits domestic violence programs.  The ride starts and ends at Issaquah High School.

WaCanId begins on September 17 and is a fully supported six-day ride along the International Selkirk Loop.  You’ll pedal an incredible scenic byway through Washington, Idaho and British Columbia.  WaCanId starts and ends in Sandpoint, Idaho. This event is organized by the International Selkirk Loop and Rotary Clubs of the Selkirk Loop.

The Boneshaker Bicycle Festival, October 26 & 27, is another new event this year.  This is a fun-filled, family oriented, Halloween inspired celebration of all things bicycling and showcases the Skagit Valley.  The event includes organized bike rides, bike swap and expo, kid’s bike rodeo, music and entertainment, and more.

Our Ride Calendar is a unique list of events that support our mission to grow bicycling statewide.  When you sign up for one of these rides, you are supporting policies to promote bicycling, safer streets for riding, Safe Routes to School programs, and much more.
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