Washington Bicycle Ride Calendar — August

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2017

Climate Ride – Pacific Northwest Aug. 3-7, 2017 This wide-ranging ride visits the San Juan Islands, Victoria BC, and the Olympic Peninsula to support climate and environmental issues. 185 to 240 miles, with travel between locales by ferry boats.  

8 Lakes Leg Aches Bike Ride– August 5, 2017 Travels from Spokane to Medical Lakes to Cheney for rides of 15 to 75 miles. Presented by Lutheran Community Services.

Tour de Lavender — Aug. 5, 2017 A metric century and family fun ride that starts at 400 W. Fir St. in Sequim and tours the lavender farms in the vicinity. Part of Pedal Power Weekend that pairs with Ride the Hurricane. Benefits the Peninsula Trails Coalition (Olympic Discovery Trail).

Ride the Hurricane — Aug. 6, 2017 This bike ride summits Hurricane Ridge Road in the Olympic National Park. The course up Hurricane Ridge Road is open to bicycles-only for this special event from 7 a.m. until noon; rest stops are available along the route. Part of the proceeds go to the Olympic National Park Fund to keep Hurricane Ridge open during the winter months.

Bike for Pie — August 13, 2017  This Bainbridge Island bike ride features options of 10 and 32 miles; the longer route includes a second pie stop. Presented by SqueakyWheels.

ObliterideAug. 11-13, 2017 The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center benefits from this charity bike ride launched in 2013. Five mileage options are offered; 10, 25, 50, 100 and 180 (2 days with an overnight stay in Downtown Tacoma).  Pre-ride party  at Gas Works Park in Seattle.

Tri Cities CF Cycle for Life (Richland) — Aug. 12, 2017 The Cycle for Life bike rides raise money for research and treatment for cystic fibrosis, an inherited chronic disease that affects the lungs and digestive systems of some 30,000 adults and children in the US. The fund-raisers typically feature a one-day bike ride with several mileage options.

Tour de Chambers Bay Deux Aug. 19, 2017  In Tacoma, a 32-mile bicycle ride passes the home of the 2015 U.S. Open with views of Puget Sound, Olympic Mountains and lush green forests. New this year is a ride through the paved paths of PowderWorks Park, and an exciting downhill in University Place.  Map

Bicycle Sundays: Seattle — August 13, 20, and 27, 2017 Lake Washington Boulevard closed to vehicular traffic from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. between Mount Baker Beach and Seward Park




RSVP I and II — Aug. 18-19, 2017 Ride from Seattle to Vancouver and Party; 183 miles; Cascade Bicycle Club (Check back in late January for details; may combine RSVP I and II into one group)

Spokane Summer Parkways — Ongoing.  Howard Street from Riverfront Park to Corbin Park will be closed to all motor-vehicle traffic for Spokane’s version of Ciclovia. (See also The Spokesman-Review, Feb. 14.)

Gigantic Bike Fest poster 2014

Gigantic Bike Fest poster 2014

Gigantic Bicycle Festival — August 18-20, 2017  The celebration of bicycle culture sets up in Centennial Park in Snoqualmie. Features camping, bike builders, music, outdoor films Friday night, art & installation, a century and a 50 mile bike ride, cyclocross, a family Sunday ride to Bybee Blueberry Farm and more.  Bike ride registration

Tour de Lentil — August 18-19, 2017 (Check Lentil Festival home page) The ride held in conjunction with the National Lentil Festival features metric and half-metric bike routes. Leaves from Pullman City Park and winds through the rolling Palouse terrain of eastern Washington. Benefits Washington State University Cycling Club..

Tour de Whidbey — Aug. 19, 2017 The bike ride features mileage options of 30, 40, 50 or 100 miles, as well as a flat 10-mile route for beginners. Rides start at either Greenbank Farm or Coupeville Middle/High School. Well-stocked rest stops are located about every 15 miles. Proceeds will go toward purchase of a new MRI for the Whidbey General Hospital.

Mary Bridge Children’s Courage (formerly Courage Classic) — August 26-27, 2017 One-day rides of 5, 30 and 50 miles leaving from Eatonville and 2-day rides of 150 and 175 miles leaving from Centralia. Fund-raiser for Mary Bridge Children’s Hospital.

Two County Double Metric Century Ride — Aug. 27, 2017 The bike ride features four ride options — 20, 50, 100 and 200km; starts and ends at Providence Regional Cancer Center in Olympia. Presented by the Capital Bicycling Club of Olympia.

Chuckanut Classic — Aug. 27, 2017 The northern Washington bike ride event features five options from 25 to 124 miles (double metric century), including a standard 100-miler. Sponsored by the Mount Baker Bike Club in Bellingham.

High Pass Challenge — Aug. 28, 2017 Breathtaking 114-mile ride through the Gifford Pinchot Wilderness Area, including the Mt. St. Helens National Volcanic Monument; 7,500-foot elevation gain. Starts in Packwood. Sponsored by Cascade Bicycle Club.

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1 comment

  1. Rick Feeney

    Hi could you please add the annual Tour de Kitsap, July 31st, 2016 to this year’s Puget Sound rides.
    Thanks very much,
    Rick Feeney (360-731-9609), TDK Coordinator

    Tour de Kitsap (TDK) – July 31st, 2016 This wonderful ride truly is a tour of the Kitsap peninsula. Introducing the awesome backroads. The routes run from Bremerton to Kingston and all Central & North Kitsap areas inbetween. There are numerous loops, running from 8, 20, 32, 45, 52, 73, to 100 miles. The main start/finish hub is at the Kitsap Mall in Silverdale, with alternate starts near the Bremerton and Kingston ferry landings. Its renknowned for its themed rest stops. This ride is sponsored by the West Sound Cycling Club (www.westsoundcycling.com).

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