Washington Bicycle Ride Calendar — July

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 Updating to 2023

Bicycle Weekends – Seattle July 1-2; July 15-16, 2023 Lake Washington Boulevard is closed to all but local vehicular traffic from 10 a.m. Saturday to 6 p.m. Sunday from Mt. Baker Beach and Seward Park.

Seattle to Portland (STP) July 15-16, 2023 Classic 200-mile bicycle ride in one or two days; registration caps at about 6,000 . One of the top rides in the US. Presented by Cascade Bicycle Club; this one fills up early..

STP finish line in Portland

Emerald City Bike Ride – 2022 dates to be announced.  Ride the new WA 99 tunnel. Riders will start at Pyramid Alehouse and take the Tunnel north, pedal through Fremont, with stop in Gas Works Park for a free food stop, before hopping on the I-5 express lanes heading back to the finish line celebration.About 12 miles. Presented by Cascade Bicycle Club.

Summer Seersucker Social Ride — July 16, 2022 The Boneshaker Cycling Society is hosting two minimum exertion, maximum elegance, seasonally themed, bicycle outings for ladies and gentlemen! Informal jaunts with opportunities for site seeing and socializing while enjoying a variety of seasonal activities. Participants are those whose dress is dignified and stylish, urbane rather than urban. The purpose is of course to restore style and panache to the pursuit of bicycling, and to bring together those interested in pedaling your way into a theoretical gentler time. Besides an indecently-dressed rider attracts the opprobrium of spectators.

Tour de Pierce — July 16, 2022 A club ride for Tacoma Washington Bicycle Club in 2022. (A membership allows admission to this ride and any others presented by the club.) Starts at Sparks Stadium in Puyallup.

Timber Outdoor Music Festival — July 21-23, 2022 Music and mountain biking at Tolt MacDonald County Park in Carnation.

Gravel Unravel – Why-Not-Chee — July 22, 2023 Four routes of 17 to 84 miles pass through areas surrounding Wynoochee Lake on the south side of Olympic National Park.

Tour de Whatcom — July 23, 2022 Four mileage options for this bike ride — 22, 44, 62  and 105 miles. Starts in Bellingham and tours rivers and lakes while in sight of snow-capped Mount Baker. Fund-raiser for Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition.

Snohomish Ride to Defeat ALS — 2022 TBA Leaving from the town of Snohomish, the ride follows the Centennial Trail through Snohomish County.

Fondo on the Palouse — July 23, 2022 The bicycling event features three courses of 15, 50, and 100 miles, all beginning in Moscow, Idaho. The longer route goes through Pullman, WA.

Ride Around Clark County — July 23, 2022 Four bicycle loops — 34 to 101 miles — pass plenty of Columbia River basin scenery. Starts in downtown Vancouver, WA. Sponsored by Vancouver Bicycle Club  

RAMROD –July 28, 2022 Ride Around Mt. Rainier in One Day; 154 miles, 10,000 feet of elevation gain; registration for lottery; announcement in April. Check website in mid-February for more information

Spokane Valley Cycle Celebration — July 31, 2022 Three distance options of 10, 25 or 50 miles are available to participants. The rides start at the North Centennial Trailhead across from Mirabeau Point Park Meadows in Spokane Valley. Presented by ValleyFest. #

Northwest Tandem Rally — Goes to Eugene, OR in 2022 (Returns to WA in 2023) Tandem rally in and around Eugene, OR

Seattle Night RideJuly 2022 (tentative) Costumes and decorated bikes are welcome for this after-dark ride from Ballard at Peddler Brewing Company along the Burke-Gilman Trail and winds through Fremont, Lake Union, & Queen Anne. Front and rear lights and rear reflector required. Presented by Cascade Bicycle Club. 

RedSpoke — (Retired) Five-day, 300-mile fully supported bicycle tour from Redmond to Spokane; Rotary Club of Redmond

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  1. The Route Canal (note spelling, incorrect on your site) is apparently postponed until 2018, according to the WSCC website: http://westsoundcycling.com/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=832465&module_id=248944

    1. Thanks for the tip, Matt. I’ve updated that.

  2. Here is a short blurb about the “Summer Seersucker Social”

    It is a short flat (8-mile ride), coupled with a scavenger hunt at Christianson’s Nursery. As you can tell from the name, the attire is seersucker. However, any other seasonally inspired clothing is more than welcome. If you are searching for a theme, then think “Great Gatsby” of the roaring 20’s.


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