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Skagit Spring Classic Bicycle Ride 2014
Start: Saturday, May 10, 2014 @ 7:00 AM (PDT)
Bayview Elementary School- Start/Finish 15241 Josh Wilson Rd
Burlington , WA 98233
Burlington , WA 98233
Registration Closing Date
Thursday, May 8, 2014 @ 11:59 PM (PDT)
Skagit Bicycle Club's 24th Annual Skagit Spring Classic Bicycle Ride
May 10, 2014
Starting Point: Bayview Elementary School - Burlington, Washington
This year's ride through northern Skagit and southern Whatcom Counties will again feature splendid rural, forest and marine views. We are working on improvements to the routes, stay tuned.
Ride the Ride of Your Choice:
Century: This Scenic route travels through the upper Skagit flats, north up Chuckanut Drive then back south on the old Samish highway around Samish Lake back to Skagit county.
Metric Century: This challenging 62-mile route has some great scenery this year including the popular Chuckanut Drive area. Over 2400 feet in elevation gain.
Rolling 45 Miler: This scenic route for the social rider and those ready to move up to longer distances. About 40% flat and 60% rolling hills.
No Sweat 25 Route: Mostly flat route which travels through northern Skagit County around the Samish River with scenic views of Padilla Bay and the San Juan Islands. A great reason to get your bike out of the garage on a spring day.
Register Early-Skagit Spring Classic Swag (T-Shirt) to first 300 hundred registrants.
Our Famous Homemade Cookies
Rest Stops ~ Sags ~ Showers (Please bring your own towels)
End-of Ride -All you can eat Pasta Feed From 11:00 am to 5:00 pm
Driving Directions : From I-5 at Burlington, take the Chuckanut Drive Bow -Edison Exit 231, proceed west, exit the traffic circle onto Josh Wilson Road, and proceed 3.7 miles to Bayview Elementary School.
Registration open from: 7:00 am to 11:00 am
Day of registration available. Price increases to $40. Cash and checks only.
ANSI OR SNELL HELMET IS REQUIRED FOR PARTICIPATION IN THIS RIDE
Your participation in the Skagit Spring Classic will help support several local not-for-profit organizations that make bicycling in our community great for recreation, adventure, transportation, fitness and our youth. Skagit Bicycle Club members nominate and vote each year on our endowments to support local bike riding. Thank you.
Special Olympics "Spin Skagit"
Skagit Bicycle Club members have volunteered as coaches for many years. Funds donated go to help fund the many financial needs of the organization.
Skagit County EMS Council Helmet Fund
Helmets are presented to children at no cost or low cost. They are given at schools, public events, fire departments, ER's, YMCA, American Red Cross.
Bicycle Alliance of Washington
The Bicycle Alliance of Washington (BAW) mission is to promote bicycling for everyday transportation and recreation through advocacy and education.