Stinky Spoke — Jan. 21, 2017 The Stinky Weather Poker Run is a 16-mile ride over a mountain bike course to collect playing cards. Best hand wins. Traditionally the wettest and coldest day of the year. Benefits the Little Bit Therapeutic Riding Center. Starts 9 a.m. at Red Hook Brewery, Woodinville. (See pictures from 2010 Stinky Spoke.)
Seattle Bike Swap — Feb. 12, 2017 100 vendors offer new and used bicycle related goods for sale. 9 a.m. til 2 p.m. at Seattle Center Exhibition Hall, 225 Mercer St. Sponsored by Cascade Bicycle Club
Evergreen Legislative Day — Feb. 22, 2017 The Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance invites mountain bikers to learn about Evergreen’s priorities and meet state legislators in Olympia.
Chilly Hilly — Feb. 26, 2017 The year’s first big ride by Cascade Bicycle Club. Loops around Bainbridge Island for 33 miles. Record-breaking ride in 2011 — see pics and story.
Streets and Beets — See May calendar
Seattle Bike Show — March 4-5, 2017 The two-day event will be held at Century Link Field Event Center and presented by Cascadia Events. Bike parking will be available. Saturday – 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Mussels in the Kettle — March 4, 2017 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 6 south Main St Coupeville WA 98239. Presented by the Whidbey Island Bicycle Club.
Dandy Daffodil Tweed Ride — March 18, 2017 A bike ride around La Conner with a bit of style.
More Pi Day Ride — March 18, 2017 To celebrate Pi Day, bicyclists will ride 31.54 miles along Chambers Bay in the Tacoma area. Starts at Cutters Point Coffee on 27th Street W. in University Place and continues through Steilacom to Dupont and returns. Presented by Tacoma Washington Bicycle Club (TWBC); see map.
Ride to Remember Oso — March 19, 2017 A road ride and trail ride to commemorate the tragic Oso mudslide in March 2014. Options include a 28-mile one-way road ride from Arlington to Darrington or a 6-mile one-way Whitehorse Trail ride from Fortson Hill Trailhead to Darrington. Both ride end at ceremonies in Darrington
Washington Bike Summit — March 20-21, 2017 Sponsored by the Cascade Bicycle Club, the annual two-day summit brings together advocates for bicycling and safe streets with professionals in planning, design, engineering, health, education, business and tourism. Tacoma Convention Center. Registration required.
Pedal Against Trafficking Humans (PATH) — March 25, 2017 South Lake Washington loop, starting at Seward Park. Raises funds to address the problems of human trafficking. Presented by Women Against Violence Everywhere and Seattle Against Slavery.
Bike Works Auction and Dinner — March 26, 2017 Fund-raiser for non-profit that encourages youth to learn about repairing and using bicycles. .
McClinchy Mile — See April 2017
Selected bike ride route books for Washington state