Bicycle Clubs — Washington

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Apple Capital Bicycle Club — Recreational cycling around Wenatchee

B.I.K.E.S. Club — Snohomish County (Everett) bicycle club, sponsored McClinchy Mile in late winter

Bicycle Alliance of Washington — Bicycle advocacy in Washington state

Boeing Employees Bicycle Club — Cycling club for past and present Boeing workers; check website for eligibility

Capital Bicycling Club — Supports all bicycling in south Puget Sound area; based in Olympia

Cascade Bicycle Club — Northwest’s largest bike club; sponsors advocacy and rides, including Chilly Hilly, Ride Around Washington and Seattle to Portland Classic

Chinook Cycling Club — Supports recreational riding, racing and touring in Yakima

COGS: Cyclists of Greater Seattle — C.O.G.S. is distinguished from other clubs in how we develop camaraderie and friendships through biking. This includes social events with a focus on cycling and good times.

Different Spokes – Seattle — Gay and lesbian bicycling club

Evergreen Tandem Club — Promoting tandem bicycling in the Puget Sound region

Marymoor Velodrome Association — Oversees cycling at the Marymoor Velodrome in Redmond

Mount Baker Bicycle Club — Hosts bicycle rides year-round in Whatcom County

Port Townsend Bicycle Association — Holds regular bicycle rides on Olympic Peninsula; maps on website

Redmond Cycling Club — Recreational cycling club in Redmond

Seattle Bicycle Touring Club — Group rides, other activities; website lists more than 100 maps and cue sheets for downloading

Seattle Easy Riders Bicycle Club — Cycling for those with physical limitations or the out-of-shape

Seattle International Randonneurs — Long distance, unsupported noncompetitive cycling

Skagit Bicycle Club — Group rides and other activities in Skagit County

Spokane Bicycle Club — Hosts rides in Spokane and eastern Washington

Squeaky Wheels — Bainbridge Island bicycle club

Tacoma Wheelmen’s Bicycle Club — Sponsors rides and promotes advocacy in Tacoma and Pierce County

The Seattle Bike Club — Group dedicated to recreational cycling

Three Rivers Cycling Club — Recreational bicycling and racing in the Longview area

Tri-City Bicycle Club — Recreational cycling in tri-city area

Vancouver Bicycle Club — Sponsors rides in Vancouver and Clark County

Whatcom Independent Mountain Pedalers (WHIMPs) — Mountain bike club

Whidbey Island Bicycle Club — Formed in 2010 to support road and trail riding on Whidbey Island.

West Sound Cycling Club — Supports advocacy and bicycling in all counties west of the Puget Sound and sponsors the Tour de Kitsap.

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3 comments

  1. Jacquie

    Valleyfest presents the Third Annual Spokane Valley Cycle Celebration Sunday July 26. The Cycle Celebration has three rides to choose from: a 10-mile Family-Friendly Ride, 25-mile Adventure Ride and a 50-mile Hills Around the Valley Ride. No matter what your level of expertise is, you can enjoy cycling, get some exercise and enjoy the beautiful nature that the Spokane Valley is known for. Adult and children registration $20.00 includes one shirt per person. $8.00 registration for children (does not include shirt) Stay after the ride and meet your fellow riders, food and beverages available.
    For online registration register at CycleCelebration.com. For more information or call the Valleyfest office at 509-922-3299. We look forward to riding with you.
    Rules for Participating:
    All participants must wear an approved helmet. SCOPE will be there handing out free helmets while supplies last.
    All participants must sign a waiver.
    Children under the age eighteen must have a signed waiver by a parent.
    Parents must accompany children under age sixteen.
    Packets will be available at CenterPlace on Saturday, July 25, 4PM – 7PM. Out-of-town visitors may pick up their packets between 6AM – 7:30AM on Sunday, July 26. You may register before or on Monday, July 13. For late registration a $10 fee will occur for each registrant.

  2. Robert Von Dohlen

    Thanks for the insight. I’m going to be doing lots of time on the pedals on my next trip to WA

  3. alan brown

    The Point Loma Rotary Club is hosting the 5th Annual Jim Krause Memorial Charity Bicycle Ride on November 11, 2017 to benefit pancreatic cancer research. The ride begins and ends at Liberty Station and includes 10, 25, and 62 mile scenic routes through Point Loma, Ocean Beach, Mission Bay, Mission Valley, and Mission Gorge. The event includes an after-ride healthy lifestyles festival with booths, entertainment, and refreshments.

    The event will be advertised in local, state, national, and international venues and attracts a diverse demographic of visitors. Over 70% of last year’s riders from outside the local community including central and northern California, Arizona, New Mexico, Oregon, and Utah. Our VIP riders include local, state, and federal community leaders and media personalities.

    This is an all-volunteer event with proceeds staying in the local community to fund pancreatic cancer research at UC San Diego Moores Cancer Center and other Point Loma Rotary Club civic projects. Please join us in making a difference in our community. For more information on the event please visit our web site at: http://www.RideThePoint.org.

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