|May 27, 2013||7 Hills of Kirkland||Kirkland Wa||Whether you choose the traditional 7 Hill Route (approximately 40 miles), the popular Metric Century Route, or the challenging Century Route, you’ll enjoy the beautiful scenery. Travel at your own pace through urban, suburban, and rural roads, on a holiday when cyclists seem to outnumber vehicles.
Start at the Kirkland waterfront, follow the signs and “Dan Henry’s” to great food stops, challenging ascents, and wonderful descents. Climb Winery Hill and be rejuvenated by the applause of your own cheering section and the lovely strains of a bagpiper.
|Jun 8, 2013||Evergreen Moutain Bike Festival||Duthie Hill Park||Bring your friends & family and join us on Saturday, June 8th from 9am-9pm for Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance's 4th Annual Festival at Duthie.
Entry is FREE and this event is open to the public. Come out and see what the Festival is all about.
If you ride a mountain bike - or have thought about trying it out - this is the event for you! Enjoy...
Bike demos from all the major mountain bike brands
Bike skills clinics and guided rides with Evergreen Instructors
Freehub Pump Track Pedal-off
Go Huck Yourself Jump Jam
Grand Ridge Poker Ride
Special kids events
Trek/Bicycles West evening brat feed
Live music from Yogoman Burning Band
New Belgium Beer Garden
Fun for the whole family!
|Jun 15, 2013||Lake to Lake Bike Ride||Bellevue, WA||The ride benefits our increasingly utilized, youth camp scholarship fund. We also want to showcase our award winning parks system and some great areas to ride in Bellevue. The routes utilize a combination of low traffic roads, bike lanes and gravel trails. A bike such as a cyclo cross bike, that can handle a variety of terrain is recommended. The routes are fun and appealing to all levels. The mostly flat, shorter 8 mile loop is perfect for a family or less experienced cyclist. The longer loop is 21 miles . Don’t let the distance fool you, I’ve ridden the longer course a few times and it is a challenging ride with a few significant, climbs. The entry fee is $15, with a discounted fee for families ($30) up to 3 at the same address, and youth ages 8-17 ($10). All participants receive a custom bike hat, schwag and the first 100 to register will receive custom socks.||Pre-Registration|
|Jun 29, 2013||Red-Bell 100||Marymoor Park - Redmond, WA||Registration cost: $100|
Fundraising Minimum: $150
The World Bicycle Relief Red-Bell 100 is a breath-taking, new one-day charity ride from Marymoor Park in Redmond, Washington to Boundary Bay Brewery in downtown Bellingham to benefit the global work of World Bicycle Relief and teh locat work fo Cascade Bicycle Club Education Foundation.
Limited to 650, riders the fully supported route offers 100 miles of riding on scenic, rural back roads and bike paths. In addition to training for this exciting new century, riders and challenged to fundraise and use their love of cycling for good.
|Jul 13, 2013||Seattle to Portland Classic||Seattle to Portland||This 200-mile bicycle ride is the largest multi-day bicycle event in the Northwest, with up to 10,000 participants riding from Seattle to Portland in one or two days. The route takes you through the scenic valleys, forests, and farmlands of western Washington and Oregon. Come ride what Bicycling Magazine has listed as one of the best cycling events in the nation!||More Info|
|Jul 27, 2013||ALS Double Day||ALS Double Day||Join us on an unforgettable 2-day ride through the breathtaking Skagit Valley. Full sag & mechanical support, with memorable rest stops, inspirational program at Saturday night’s Pasta4PALS* dinner, catered meals, massage, free tent camping and non hook-up RV sites at Mount Vernon High School. |
Family friendly, ages 12 and up. Little ones are welcome too, and can ride tandem or in a trailer!
Proceeds benefit The ALS Association Evergreen Chapter…fighting Lou Gehrig’s disease.
|Aug 10, 2013||Obliteride||Seattle||ENDING CANCER STARTS AT FRED HUTCH. |
Cancer touches us all. On August 9-11 we hit back with Obliteride, a cycling event to raise money for research at Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. Our goal is a cure. You can help us get there.
Four Ride distances: 25, 50, 100, 180
|Sep 14, 2013||Ride Around the Sound||South Seattle||The main route is shortened to 75 miles this year, allowing you more time to take in the beautiful Puget Sound scenery. But, if you really want to challenge yourself, add on the 12-mile "Lung Buster" loop including Alki and 794 feet of elevation around West Seattle, and/or the 16-mile "Leg Buster" loop around Port Orchard. Want to take it easier that day? We are also offering a 30-mile ride starting in Tacoma (with the option of adding the 16-mile "Leg Buster").
Everyone will still board a ferry from Southworth to West Seattle where you will end your day with a fabulous finish line party to celebrate your ride and relax with friends and family.
This benefit ride for the American Lung Association is perfect as a personal challenge or to ride together with friends, family or co-workers. Proceeds help prevent and cure lung disease and promote lung health through education, advocacy and research.