Annual ride starts in Long Beach then heads south on Pacific Coast Highway to Dana Point and then returns through Orange County. Not for the timid.
Meets under Morrison Bridge in Portland at 11:45 p.m. Dec. 31, and then sets off after runners through Waterfront Park. About 4.4 miles.
Supported training for those planning to ride the spring Belgian Waffle Ride. Based in San Marcos.
Stinky Spoke is a 16-mile ride over a mountain bike course in hills east of Sammamish River Trail. New tour operators in 2019 — Rotary Club of Redmond. Check website for tour details as previous years’ host site – Redhook Brewery — has closed. Traditionally one of the wettest and coldest days of the year.
Choose from the Challenge (42-mile), Urban (19-Mile) or Family (4-mile) routes. The ride is capped at 2,000 and is expected to sell out.
The Summit features keynote speakers, breakout sessions, guided workshops, lunches and opportunities for networking with other cyclists.
Presented by Cascade Bicycle Club and Washington Bikes.
The two-day event will be held at Century Link Field Event Center and presented by Cascadia Events. Bike parking will be available. Saturday – 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Kicking off the riding season in the Northwest for its 47th year, Chilly Hilly is a 33-mile route around Bainbridge Island starts with a scenic early morning ferry ride across Puget Sound from Seattle, or you can join the crowd directly on Bainbridge Island.
Named by Bicycling Magazine as”one of four classic rides” in the nation. It’s guaranteed to be hilly, probably chilly and always a heck of a lot of fun. So get the dust off your bike and get ready for cycling season early!
Avoid crowds and registration fees on this early season ride around Vashon Island. Starts at Beveridge Place Pub in West Seattle, ferry to Vashon, then choose a route around the island. No rest stops per se, but plenty of cafes, taverns, and coffee shops along the route, as well as 2 bike shops.
A non-competitive mountain bike poker ride that starts in Coupeville and rolls out to Kettles Trails and Fort Ebey. Three routes of about 7, 9 and 11 miles — easy to expert. Meets at 501 South Main St Coupeville WA 98239. Presented by the Whidbey Island Bicycle Club.