Category Archive: STP 2005

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Black Diamond Bakery

Excellent bakery, deli and sit-down dining in historic Black Diamond. This is a former coal boom town close by the western slope of the Cascades in Washington state.

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Seattle to Portland (STP): Bikes and cars

That can't be a sag wagon hauling someone back to Seattle after 10 miles, can it?


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Seattle to Portland (STP): Trio of cyclists

Riders begin 204-mile journey to Portland

 


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Seattle to Portland (STP): Extremes of clothing

Official STP jacket or polo shirt. Anything goes.

 


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Seattle to Portland (STP): Red, white and blue

Riders leaving Seattle on Saturday morning

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Seattle to Portland (STP): Early morning, long shadows

Leaving Seattle

 


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Seattle to Portland (STP): Lots of adjustments at first stop

Cyclists make adjustments to their bikes and bodies at the first stop at Seward Park, about 10 miles into the 204-mile ride. A free wrench service is available here too.

 


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Seattle to Portland (STP): Long lines of cyclists

With more than 8,000 riders leaving Seattle in the morning, there's plenty of congestion.

 


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Seattle to Portland (STP): Tandem recumbent tricycle

All kinds of bike and trikes are entered in their year's STP.


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Seattle to Portland (STP): Pacelines form early on bike ride

The 8,500 riders in this year's STP will complete the 204-mile ride in one day, or stay overnight in one of the towns about halfway.

 


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