Rides and Events

Check this page often for updated listings of all types of cycling events in and around our area.

Upcoming Cycling Events

Date Event Name Location Description Phone

Apr 5, 2020

Ride for Major Taylor

Seattle,WA

Ride for Major Taylor is a fully supported ride, benefiting the Major Taylor Project.

Apr 5, 2020

Securite’ Luxury Gun Club-West Side Mountain Bike Series

Tacoma, WA

Swan Creek Park #2

Apr 19, 2020

Emeral City Ride

Seattle,WA

Experience Seattle like never before! Ride car-free streets on the 5th annual Emerald City Ride.

Apr 21, 2020

Ladies Maintenance Class (Anacortes)

Anacortes 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: 6-9pm Class Registration Fee: $25.00 Class Size: 12 Spots (Reservations recommended) Please call either shop location to register or answer questions email: bernie@skagitcyclecenter.com **Can't make it? Check out our schedule for other available classes**

360-588-8776

Apr 25, 2020

Tour de Lopez

Lopez Island, WA

This very popular non-competitive bicycle tour of Lopez Island is brought to you by the Lopez Island Chamber of Commerce and is the kickoff event for cycling in the beautiful San Juan Islands. Whether you make it a day trip or make it a weekend getaway you will not be disappointed! Many of our riders return every year for this event. There are four routes (5, 12, 17 & 31 mile) that are marked with our unique recycled bicycles with two starting points – Odlin Park at the north end close to the ferry landing, and Lopez Community Center in Lopez Village. There are three designated rest areas along the route that offer great bakery treats and fresh organic fruit provided by Blossom Grocery, water and other assistance if needed. Rest areas open at 8:00am. All routes end in the Village at Lopez Community Center where you will enjoy a 3 course lunch provided by The Galley Restaurant. Cyclists and locals alike enjoy lunch, a beer garden and music provided by (TBA) in the Pavillion.

360-468-4664

Apr 26, 2020

McClinchy Mile

Arlington, WA

The McClinchy Mile Camano Climb is still in the planning stages. Routes and rest stops will be similar to last year, only better! What we know for sure: Bike loop options of approx. 33, 50, 68 or 100 miles, plus a free family ride. So plan to ride a challenging metric or full century with us in 2020.

May 2, 2020

Tour de Cure- Seattle (Woodinville)

Woodinville,WA

Participating in the Tour de Cure is an experience you will never forget. The event is very well organized and has routes available for all skill levels, including a walk. You will be inspired by all of those joining you as you make an impact for this great cause. Your Tour Day experience includes: Starting line ceremonies with inspiring speakers Well planned and marked routes Vehicle support with medics and mechanics Fully stocked rest stops A fantastic lunch and post event festival

May 3, 2020

Seattle Bike-n-Brews

Seattle,WA

The Seattle Bike-n-Brews is an urban ride for those who appreciate city riding and quality Pacific Northwest microbrews. Pedal along the Duwamish and Green River Trails from Georgetown to Tukwila, taking in city views along the way, and return to the finish line party for cold brews and food. The 27-mile route is an easy going, mostly flat ride using protected trails and city streets. Registration includes lunch at the finish line festival, along with a beer ticket for the mid-point and finish line, AND a sweet Bike-n-Brews souvenir.

May 5, 2020

Bike Everywhere Breakfast

Seattle,WA

2020 is Cascade Bicycle Club's 50th anniversary! Join us to celebrate the history of Cascade Bicycle Club and the accomplishments over the last 50 years. We will look ahead at our vision for the next 50 years of bicycling in Washington.

(206) 939-4366

May 9, 2020

Inland Empire Century

Richland, WA

Join us May 9, 2020 on a great ride, the Inland Empire Century (IEC). Routes skirt the Columbia and Yakima rivers - through parks and over bridges - and return to the traditional route in the Horse Heaven Hills. Ride options are from an easy 25 miles to challenging 50, 75 or 100 mile tours. All routes showcase the scenic beauty of the lower Yakima/Columbia River valley with its vineyards, wheat fields and fruit orchards.

May 9, 2020

Skagit Spring Classic

Bayview Elementary School Burlington, WA

Skagit Bicycle Club's 30th Annual Skagit Spring Classic Bicycle Ride tours through beautiful northern Skagit and southern Whatcom County. Enjoy quiet country roads that are flat in the valley but climb up Chuckanut Drive on longer routes winding through forest land with beautiful marine views of the Salish Sea.

May 14, 2020

Ladies Maintenance Class (Burlington)

Burlington 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: 6:30-9:30pm Class Registration Fee: $25.00 Class Size: 12 Spots (Reservations recommended) Please call either shop location to register or answer questions email: bernie@skagitcyclecenter.com **Can't make it? Check out our schedule for other available classes**

360-588-8776

May 15, 2020

Bike to Work Day

EVERYWHERE

Ride your bicycle to work or school; earn free stuff; sponsored in Seattle and Puget Sound region by Cascade Bicycle Club https://www.cascade.org/bikeeverywhereday

May 17, 2020

Your Canyon For A Day Bike Tour

Yakima, WA

The 35-mile bike ride follows scenic Yakima River canyon on a highway closed to cars for the event, so no worries for families. Same-day registration at the Roza Recreation Site at milepost 7 on SR 821.

May 17, 2020

Lilac Century & Family Fun Ride

Spokane, WA

This 27th-year ride will offer a variety of fun, scenic and challenging tours for every level of rider. Five tour lengths support all levels of riders and everyone enjoyed a free baked-potato feed at the finish. All proceeds to benefit local charities supported by the Spokane Aurora Northwest Rotary Club.

May 17, 2020

Viking Tour

Poulsbo, WA

The tour starts and finishes in historic Poulsbo, “Little Norway” at 9 a.m., and is held during the iconic VikingFest carnival and festival. So if you’re an out of towner, plan on coming out Saturday and stay the night to experience Viking Hospitality! The ride has three different lengths for all riding levels: the “Odin”: a 58-mile journey featuring over 4,000ft of climbs. the “Thor”: a 31-mile ride which is fairly flat and just for those looking to have a bit of fun with a little less challenge and the "Freyja": a 15-mile relaxing ride where you can enjoy yourself without breaking too much of a sweat The Viking Tour is meant to be whatever you make of it. Do it for fun, do it to challenge your personal best or do it to win! Whatever your intent, you’ll be glad you came! We encourage professionals, amateurs, recreational riders, clubs & cycling teams to participate. It’s time for all Vikings to trim your beards, shave your legs and get ready to ride.

(206) 953-7201

May 20, 2020

Ride of Silence

Across the US (Check your local club)

A series of memorial bike rides across the US that commemorate bicycle riders who have died in traffic. All the rides start at 7 p.m. local time. Check the Ride of Silence schedule for rides in your area.

May 22, 2020

Jim O'Horo Memorial Columbia Gorge Explorer

Vancouver, WA

This four day scenic touring classic starts in Vancouver and takes two days to ride east along the Columbia River, crosses the Columbia at Biggs Junction, and takes two more days to return to Vancouver along the Oregon side. For many years, Jim O’Horo, a member of both the Vancouver Bicycle Club and the Portland Bicycling Club, and an activist in the cycling community (think Alice B. Toeclips award), organized and led this ride. Jim passed away a few years ago and the ride was renamed in his honor.

May 25, 2020

7 Hills of Kirkland

Kirkland, WA

Enjoy a beautiful scenic ride whether you choose the traditional 7 Hill Route (approximately 40 miles), the popular Metric Century Route, or the challenging Century Route. Travel at your own pace through urban, suburban, and rural roads, on a holiday when cyclists seem to outnumber vehicles.

May 30, 2020

Alaska Airlines Flying Wheels Summer Century

Marymoor Park Redmond, WA

Say hello to summer riding season! Give your spring training a boost with an early summer century! The Alaska Airlines Flying Wheels Summer Century is a unique opportunity to test your fitness with four different routes offered. If you are looking for a hilly challenge test yourself on our 45-, 67-, or 100-mile routes. If would rather a nice flat summer ride try out our 23-mile route around Lake Sammamish.

Jun 6, 2020

Apple Century Bike Ride

Wenatchee, WA

The Wenatchee Sunrise Rotary Club motto is "Service Above Self". We believe that volunteering and providing humanitarian services is the best way to build goodwill and peace locally and globally. We organize the Apple Century Bike Ride each year as a way for people to enjoy the Wenatchee Valley's rich, beautiful landscape. And in return, your registration fees help fund scholarships, hunger & disaster relief, Polio eradication, international student exchange programs and dozens of community projects.

Jun 6, 2020

Friday Harbor Bike Fest

San Juan Island, WA

Friday Harbor Bike Fest is the third annual bike ride sponsored by the San Juan Lions Club. This June 1st event offers three routes exploring the picturesque roads of San Juan Island plus a 2019 San Juan Island Artists’ Studio Tour map providing a self-guided tour of our talented artists’ studios. Before the ride, breakfast will be available for a separate fee at San Juan Island Brewing, our starting and ending point. After the ride, enjoy four hours of rockin’ music provided by three local bands while savoring an award-winning BBQ Tri Tip (vegan burger option is available) (included with the fee). A pint of beer from San Juan Island Brewing or a glass of San Juan Vineyards wine will be available for a separate fee.

Jun 13, 2020

Tour de Blast

Longview, WA

First-timers and old pros, it’s time to get ready to ride! The Longview Rotary Club once again presents Tour de Blast, a bicycle ride into the heart of the Mount St. Helens blast zone!

Jun 13, 2020

Evergreen Mountain Bike Festival (2-Day Event)

Issaquah, WA

Races, raffles, demos and contests at Duthie Hill Mountain Bike Park in Issaquah.

Jun 16, 2020

Ladies Maintenance Class (Anacortes)

Anacortes 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: $25.00 Class Size: 12 Spots (Reservations recommended) Please call either shop location to register or answer questions email: bernie@skagitcyclecenter.com **Can't make it? Check out our schedule for other available classes**

360-588-8776

Jun 20, 2020

Painted Cyclists of Fremont Solstice Parade

Fremont, WA

Cyclists adorned in paint and a smile are a regular part of the Seattle neighborhood’s Solstice parade, an event scheduled during the Art Festival

Jun 26, 2020

Seattle Night Ride

Seattle, WA

City lights, summer nights, and glowing bikes at the Seattle Night Ride! Back for the 6th year, the Seattle Night Ride is a fun and unique urban cycling event for anyone who enjoys a summer night bike cruise. The 13-mile route is a mostly flat, easy going ride through Seattle, utilizing city streets, protected trails and bike lanes. The ride begins & ends in Ballard at Peddler Brewing Company, and meanders through the neighborhoods of Fremont, Lake Union, and Queen Anne. We highly encourage costumes and bike light accessories (that are safe for riding)!

Jun 27, 2020

Mazama (2-Day Event)

Marblemount, WA

Mazama - 2 Days, 150 Miles & 11,600 ft. of Climbing The annual Mazama Ride will be held on Saturday and Sunday, June 27 & 28th, 2020. The ride will begin in Marblemount on Saturday. We will ride 75-plus miles on the North Cascades Highway, climbing a total of 6800 feet over Rainy and Washington Passes, into the gorgeous Methow valley, ending our day at the Mazama Country Inn. After an overnight at the Mazama Country Inn, we head back Sunday morning (4800 feet of climbing on the way back).

Jun 28, 2020

Two-County Double Metric Century

Lacey, WA

CBC’s Two-County Double Metric Century Ride – sponsored by Providence Regional Cancer System – has a new date for 2020. The ride will take place Sunday, June 28th, starting near the Providence RCS facilities in Lacey.

Jul 3, 2020

Northwest Tandem Rally (4-Day Event)

Cheney, WA

Join us in Cheney, WA – July 3-6, 2020 Check it out!

Jul 18, 2020

Group Health STP Presented by Alaska Airlines

Seattle,WA

This 206-mile iconic bicycle ride is the largest multi-day bicycle event in the Pacific Northwest with up to 8,000 participants riding from Seattle to Portland in one or two days every year! You will roll out of Seattle with the sun rising over Lake Washington, and along the way you will enjoy open views of Mount Rainier and Mount Saint Helens. You will also cruise through the scenic valleys, forests, and farmlands of western Washington and Oregon. Come ride what Bicycling Magazine has listed as one of the best cycling events in the nation!

(206) 522-3222

Jul 18, 2020

Tour de Whatcom

Bellingham, WA

Mt Baker, Lake Whatcom, valleys, rivers, farmland, and beaches. With rides varying from 22 miles to 100, you’ll find a great ride for every member of the family. All proceeds benefit local charities, ride for a great cause!

Jul 25, 2020

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, FREE parking, mechanics and SAG support between the 7 well-stocked rest stops. Routes include 100, 68, 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.

Jul 30, 2020

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: $25.00 Class Size: 12 Spots (Reservations recommended) Please call either shop location to register or answer questions email: bernie@skagitcyclecenter.com **Can't make it? Check out our schedule for other available classes**

360-588-8776

Jul 30, 2020

RAMROD

Enumclaw, WA

RAMROD [Ride Around Mount Rainier in One Day] is the Pacific Northwest's premiere one-day ultra-marathon cycling event. It combines the incomparable scenery of Mount Rainier National Park with a challenging course featuring 10,000 feet of climbing over 150 miles. Join us for another great edition of this classic ride!

Aug 1, 2020

Tour de Lavender

METRIC CENTURY – This classic long-distance ride takes cyclists on a loop route that visits 10 lavender farms, traveling the back roads of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley, the rolling foothills of the Olympic Mountains to the south, and nearly 30 miles along the scenic, traffic-free Olympic Discovery Trail, a paved, multi-use trail that is the crown jewel of the North Olympic Peninsula’s network of scenic bikeways. The Metric Century course officially opens at 8:00 a.m., and closes at 4:00 p.m. Metric Century registration fee: $70 per person ($15 for children under 12). FUN RIDE – This very special family-friendly loop is designed for people of all ages and abilities. It is a mostly level, easy course that runs along back roads in the valley and parts of the Olympic Discovery Trail. The entire loop is 35 miles and encompasses nine lavender farms, but cyclists can opt for shorter out-and-back treks to selected farms. Fun ride online registration: $70 per person ($15 for children under 12).

Aug 2, 2020

Ride the Hurricane

Port Angeles, WA

Ride The Hurricane is a challenging, recreational cycling event using the gorgeous vista of Hurricane Ridge Road, in the Olympic National Park, absent of motorized vehicles, for a round-trip ride to the top of Hurricane Ridge from Port Angeles, Washington.

Aug 8, 2020

Ride Around Washington- RAW (7-Day Event)

Cheney to Chewelah

NEW FOR 2020! For the first time in RAW history, we will have six days of great riding but only two campsites. That means only one move day! And for those who prefer clean sheets each night, there is the option to make motel reservations in both Cheney and Chewelah.

Aug 15, 2020

Tour de Whidbey

Coupeville, WA

Come ride with us on Saturday, August 15! The Tour de Whidbey is known as one of the most beautiful bicycle rides around. Travel the island's back roads and enjoy breathtaking scenery, glimpses of abundant wildlife and varied terrain. Join us for this wonderful event in summer 2020.

Aug 21, 2020

RSVP (2-Day Event)

Seattle,WA

On RSVP you will pedal on some of the most beautiful roads and trails western Washington has to offer. You will enjoy epic views of the Cascade mountain range, Skagit Valley farmlands, and the Salish Sea via the famous Chuckanut Drive Scenic Byway. The ride also includes a quick international border crossing with our own lane dedicated to the event! The two-day ride concludes with riding through British Columbia, Canada and connecting with its many greenways, bike lanes and award-winning bike infrastructure on your way into downtown Vancouver, BC. This is one flagship Cascade Bicycle Club ride you do not want to miss!

206-522-BIKE (2453)

Aug 23, 2020

Chuckanut Classic

Bellingham, WA

The Chuckanut Classic 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, 38, 62, or the full century of 100 miles.

Aug 29, 2020

Courage Classic

Eatonville, WA

Join us for a two-day, one mountain pass ride. Find your Courage and ride from Cle Elum to Leavenworth over Blewett Pass on day one, then return to Cle Elum over Old Blewett Pass on day two.

Aug 31, 2020

High Pass Challenge

Packwood, WA

The 300-500 riders on HPC will be faced with a challenging obstacle, a strenuous (7,500 feet of elevation gain over 104 miles) mountain climb that leads riders through the beautiful Gifford Pinchot National Forest, via Independence Pass. Including stunning views of Spirit Lake and Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument. The ride starts and ends in Packwood, Washington. The halfway point (summit of the climb) is at scenic Windy Ridge which overlooks the Mount St. Helen's blast zone. The event does include an (optional) timed to the top segment. Results will be posted online post-event. All riders will receive a finisher t-shirt, lunch/food stops, and road support. The use of this pristine route was made possible by a special arrangement with the Gifford Pinchot National Forest and Mount St. Helens National Monument. This is one of the most beautiful and unique places on earth, and a ride you do not want to miss!

206-522-BIKE (2453)

Sep 12, 2020

Bike MS Deception Pass Classic (2-Day Event)

Mount Vernon, WA

An extraordinary experience marked by passion, inspiration, determination and fun. Feel the electricity at the starting line and the remarkable support throughout your journey as we unite in our mission to end MS. Routes from 22-100 miles each day Mt Vernon, Washington

1-800-344-4867 ext.2

Sep 13, 2020

Woodinville Wine Ride

Woodinville,WA

Cruise through the heart of Woodinville Wine Country on the 6th annual Woodinville Wine Ride! The 17 or 24-mile route begins at the Woodhouse Wine Estates in Woodinville's West Valley District, with riders utilizing the beautiful Sammamish River Trail and scenic low-traffic roads through Woodinville and its surrounding communities. Mini-stops along the route will feature a wine tasting and food sampling. Riders will return back to Woodhouse where a finish line party awaits! A wine garden, food trucks and more. Family and friends are welcome to join! With paid registration, riders will receive snacks along the route, one full-sized wine pour & three tickets for wine samples at participating winery stops.

Sep 27, 2020

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! Cascade Bicycle Club presents the 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.