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2014 Chilly Hilly forecast: it’s all in the bike ride’s name

Here’s the forecast for this Sunday’s Chilly Hill Bicycle Classic presented by the Cascade Bicycle Club:


The Chilly Hilly can be sunny like this…

[As of 7 p.m. Friday] Mostly cloudy and chilly with chance of snow and precipitation. High temps of 42; might be snow on the ground in early morning. …

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Registration opens soon for 2014 RSVP 1 & 2, STP and other Cascade bike rides

2012 STP

[STP is sold out as of Feb. 18, 2014. A few more tickets can be earned, and others will be  auctioned off. See Cascade Bicycle Club blog.)

Plan to register early if you want to ride in the STP (Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic), RSVP (Ride from Seattle to Vancouver and Party!), or other popular …

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Dates for 2014 Cascade Bicycle Club rides and events

STP2011

Do you try to participate in all the Cascade Bicycle Club rides and events in western Washington every year? If so, you’ll want to check out the Cascade 2014 event calendar.

(Member “Buy it Now” for RSVP I and II opens at 10 a.m. Jan. 7; member registration for Chilly Hilly, Flying Wheels, STP and …

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Sunny skies for STP bike ride

STP cyclists rolling along Lake Washington in 2011.

Some 10,000 Seattle-to-Portland Bicycle Classic riders left Husky Stadium under clear skies this morning and it should stay like that all the way to Portland, whether they arrive tonight or Sunday.

Temperatures should get to the upper 70s this afternoon in Chehalis and Centralia, about the half-way point for those doing the 200-mile ride in …

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Evergreen Mountain Bike Festival creates knobby fun

Hundreds of mountain biking enthusiasts flocked to Duthie Hill Park in Issaquah on Saturday to celebrate all things having to do with knobby-tires.

Duthie Hill FestivalHere, a pro free-styler flies through the air on one of the runs at the Go Huck Yourself Jump Jam down in the Flow Park section of Duthie Hill.

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Roadies and mountain bikers converge on Seattle’s Eastside

Evergreen Mountain Bike Festival poster

Bicycling enthusiasts will enjoy two-wheeled bliss on knobby and skinny tires this Saturday in Redmond and Issaquah.

The widely acclaimed Duthie Hill Park in the Issaquah highlands once again will be the site for the annual Evergreen Mountain Bike Festival this coming Saturday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Also Saturday, the Cascade Bicycle Club …

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Chuck Ayers is retiring from Cascade Bicycle Club leadership

Chuck Ayers, Cascade Bicycle Club

The executive director of the nation’s largest “local” bicycle club is stepping down after more than 15 years at the helm.

Chuck Ayers made the announcement on Thursday at the Cascade Bicycle Club’s website.

Citing the achievements of reaching 15,000 members, selling out many annual rides months in advance, and successful lobbying on many issues …

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Seattle Bicycle Expo ends Sunday with bike stunts and advocacy

Ryan Leech draws a crowd Saturday at Seattle Bicycle expo

If you chose to ride your bike on Saturday instead of going to the Seattle Bicycle Expo — and who could blame you considering the nice weather — well, there’s always Sunday.

This is one of the first times that I can remember showing up to the Smith Cove Terminal 91 expo site without full-on …

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Cascade Bicycle Club members can register for 2013 bike rides today

If you’re a member in good-standing with the Cascade Bicycle Club, then you can jump into online registration this morning (Tuesday) beginning at 10 a.m.

Simply log into Cascade Bicycle Club rides for 2013 and check your preferences for the upcoming rides. If you haven’t signed in previously, you’ll need an account.

Registration for the general public opens at 10 a.m. Feb. 5.

Unlike last year’s inauguration of the World Bicycle Relief Red-Bell 100, there don’t appear to be any new rides scheduled for 2013 that require prior registration (the Seattle Brews Cruise has a later registration date). And all the old favorites ….

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Sun shines on colorful Kitsap Color Classic bicycle ride

As fall rolls along, I feel an obligation to go out for a bicycle ride on every sunny day because I’m afraid it might be the last time I’ll see my shadow until next summer.

I wasn’t disappointed on Sunday as I joined more than a thousand other Seattle-area cyclists for a ferry ride to Kingston for the 19th annual Kitsap Color Classic presented by Cascade Bicycle Club.
This is the club’s last big ride of the year, and on Sunday the scene at the ferry dock in Edmonds resembled the club’s first ride of the year — the Chilly Hilly. The only difference was that the sun shone brilliantly …

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