Check this page often for updated listings of all types of cycling events in and around our area.
Calling all lady riders! Come join us for an evening of learning about your bike, rules of the road, and how to change a flat tire! Our entry level class will provide you with information every new rider should learn and be aware of before, during, and after a ride. We promise to send you back out onto the road with confidence. So leave your bike and spouse at home and grab your girlfriends and join us for an evening of learning with the ladies of Skagit Cycle Center!
May 17- Anacortes (6-9 pm)
June 14- Burlington (6:30-9:30 pm)
July 12- Anacortes (6-9 pm)
August 16- Oak Harbor (6-9 pm)
Class Registration Fee: $10.00 Class Size: 12 Spots (Reservations recommended)
Please call our Anacortes Location (360.588.8776) or go to any shop location to register. For questions cal; the Anacortes location (360-588-8776) or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Aug 16, 2018||Ladies Maintenance Class (Oak Harbor)||Oak Harbor Shop||Calling all lady riders! Come join us for an evening of learning about your bike, rules of the road, and how to change a flat tire! Our entry level class will provide you with information every new rider should learn and be aware of before, during, and after a ride. We promise to send you back out onto the road with confidence. So leave your bike and spouse at home and grab your girlfriends and join us for an evening of learning with the ladies of Skagit Cycle Center! Class Duration: 6:00-9:00pm Class Registration Fee: $10.00 Class Size: 12 Spots (Reservations recommended) Please call either shop location to register or answer questions email: email@example.com **Can't make it? Check out our schedule for other available classes**||360-588-8776|
|Aug 17, 2018||RSVP (2-Day Event)||Seattle,WA||A classic pedal on some of the most beautiful roads and trails western Washington has to offer Views of the Cascade mountain range, Salish Sea, and beautiful Skagit Valley Farmland Crossing an international border on your bike in a dedicated lane! Wave to the parked cars as you cruise by! A unique ride through British Columbia connecting their many greenways, bike lanes and award winning bike infrastructure into downtown Vancouver, BC||206-522-BIKE (2453)|
|Aug 18, 2018||Tour de Whidbey||Coupeville, WA||The Tour de Whidbey is one of the most popular rides in all of Washington state. Travel the back roads of Whidbey Island for gorgeous vistas, breathtaking scenery and varied terrain! Join us for this wonderful event on Saturday, Aug. 18, 2018.|
|Aug 18, 2018||Ride Around Clark County||Vancouver, WA||Five beautiful rides through the scenic Clark County, Washington countryside. This is the largest event hosted by the Vancouver Bicycle Club in Vancouver, Washington, USA and is fully supported. Plenty of food, mechanics and SAG support between the 7 well-stocked rest stops. Routes include 101, 67, 54, 34 and 20-mile rides. All are beautiful; all are fun! Please support this year's RACC Sponsors when you can. RACC would not happen without them, and they only exist because of you and other patrons. Our local bike shops who volunteer to support you definitely appreciate your pocketbook support in return. Pass the word!|
|Aug 25, 2018||Courage Classic||Eatonville, WA||The event is getting a fresh look for 2018. Four rides to choose from!|
|Aug 26, 2018||Anacortes Open Streets||Anacortes, WA||Ride, stroll, and skate in downtown Anacortes without the distraction of cars on Commercial Ave. Enjoy the bicycle skills course, buskers, local food trucks, vintage bike show, pianists, and local businesses.|
|Aug 26, 2018||Chuckanut Classic||Bellingham, WA||The Chuckanut Classic (formerly Chuckanut Century) is the Mount Baker Bicycle Club’s signature ride. Come join us and ride one of the most scenic rides in Washington. With many routes offered you can pick your distance ranging from 25, 50, 62, 100, or the double metric century of 124 miles. If you’d rather bring your family on a shorter guided ride, join the family-friendly 10-mile jaunt with treats, entertainment, and other surprises for kids.|
|Aug 27, 2018||High Pass Challenge||Packwood, WA||The 600 riders on HPC will embark on a challenging event, leading them through the beautiful Gifford Pinchot National Forest, including the Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument. Starting from Packwood, Washington, cyclists will climb over 7,500 feet in elevation gain over 104 miles. The halfway point is at scenic Windy Ridge, overlooking the Mount St. Helen's blast zone. this event will be timed to the top and results will be posted online post event.||206-522-BIKE (2453)|
|Sep 8, 2018||Bike MS Washington (2-Day Event)||Mount Vernon, WA||Bike MS: Deception Pass Classic is an unforgettable, two-day journey through Skagit, Whatcom and Island Counties that will take you farther than you’ve ever gone before. What makes this ride so special? As many as 2,000 riders will cruise along scenic figure-eight courses with a start and finish at the Skagit County Fairgrounds. Full meals, generous amenities, stunning landscapes, fully stocked rest stops and spirited festivities are all included. Your participation will drive MS research forward faster, and deliver services to those who face the challenges of MS every day so they can live their best lives.||1-800-344-4867 ext.2|
|Sep 23, 2018||Kitsap Color Classic||Edmonds, WA||Autumn has arrived. The morning air is crisp and the leaves are turning shades of gold and scarlet. Some of you are thinking of calling it a bicycling season and staring at the tube until next spring. But no! On Sunday, Sept. 27, Cascade Bicycle Club presents the 22nd Annual Kitsap Color Classic, our season finale. Pedal along the gorgeous Kitsap Peninsula and through some of the best riding country in the state! Friendly communities and terrific fall scenery make this a fun, must-do event. You are welcome to register in advance (to save some money) or on the morning of the ride at the start line. KCC was started in 1992. Attendance low: 250 Attendance high: 1,050. Most riders are local Western Washington riders.|