Tulip Pedal — April 20, 2019 Several options of up to 60 miles of cycling; associated with Skagit Valley Tulip Festival. Leaves from La Conner Middle School between 7 and noon (site moved from Rexville Grange); sponsored by Skagit County Medic One.#
Ride for Major Taylor — April 20, 2019 Bike ride presented by the Cascade Bicycle Club is a fund-raiser for the Major Taylor Project. The Major Taylor Project is a year-round, youth development cycling program focused on introducing youth from diverse communities to the recreation of cycling. The Major Taylor Project currently serves 17 schools in Puget Sound region; ten schools in Seattle, six schools in Tacoma, and one school in Puyallup. #
Beezley Burn — April 27, 2019 The Beezley Burn marks the official start of mountain bike season. Leg burnin, rough and rowdy 8 mile lap in Ephrata. Presented by Ride Vicious Cycling and Event Promotion. #
Bike Tour Lopez Island — April 27, 2019 Rural road tour with marked short and long routes (3.1, 5, 10, 18 and 31 miles), on public county roads through the scenic landscape of Lopez. It is typically preceded by the Bite of Lopez on Friday evening – music, tapa type dishes, and regional beer. Saturday is the ride, a BBQ lunch, more music and beer, plus ride related items for purchase. (early registration starts January; this one sells out) #
McClinchy Mile — April 28, 2019 Choose from four routes in 2019, starting either in Arlington or Stanwood (the Stanwood start is for the Camano) . Options of 33 to 100 miles. Sponsored by B.I.K.E.S. Club of Everett. #
Camano Climb edition — April 28, 2019 Held in conjunction with McClinchy Mile bike ride. Ride around Camano Island with views of the Cascades, Olympics, Saratoga Passage, and Port Susan. The 40 or 50 mile Camano Climb Loop starts and ends in Stanwood. Food stop at Cama Beach State Park and discounts from many island merchants. Skip the south tip of the island for the shorter option
Gran Fondo of Yakima Valley — April 28, 2019 The bike ride covers 82 miles — including 21 miles of gravel — with 5,600 feet of elevation gain. Views of Mt. Rainier and Mt. Adams, as well as Yakima River canyon. Presented by Yakima Basin Velo. Starts in Naches. Register here. #
Lilac Century & Family Fun ride ––April 28, 2019 Bike ride options of 15 miles to 100 miles. The 100-mile ride and part of the 50-mile ride travel the west side of the Spokane River, through the Long Lake Area, and through the West Plains of Spokane. The 66-mile route follows the Centennial Trail to Nine Mile, around Long Lake, back to Nine Mile and then returns to Spokane Falls Community College. Presented by Spokane Aurora Northwest Rotary Club.