Join us this Memorial Day weekend for the second year of our Emerald Bike Ride presented by Kaiser Permanente. This year’s route will literally be a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, giving registered riders the opportunity to...
Moderate to fast paced group road rides starting from Center Cycle in Renton. Rides will generally be 2 hours in length and vary in location (i.e. Lake Washington, Interurban Trail, Maple Valley, etc.) Be...
Whether you choose the traditional 7 Hill Route (approximately 40 miles), the popular Metric Century Route, or the challenging Century Route, you’ll enjoy the beautiful scenery. Travel at your own pace through urban, suburban, and rural roads, on a holiday when cyclists seem to outnumber vehicles.
The four-day Eastern Washington Tour is a 300-mile loop, starting and ending in beautiful Chelan in Eastern Washington. This tour has it all – beautiful quiet roads, lush valleys, and challenging climbs up several mountain...
This beautiful ride takes cyclists of all ages and abilities on a scenic and historic trip around the northeast corner of the Olympic Peninsula. Choose between 62-, 35-, 15-, and 11-mile supported routes. Water and snack stops will allow riders to take in the view from three seaside forts that have been transformed to state parks. All proceeds benefit The ReCyclery’s ongoing youth and adult programs to encourage and support cycling throughout the community.
The Apple Century Bike Ride is fully supported recreational ride with water/food stations and sag wagons. We will start in Wenatchee at Pybus Public Market, then follow along the scenic Wenatchee River as it winds through Monitor, Cashmere, Dryden and Peshastin until you reach Leavenworth. The 100-milers will continue on, to the Lake Wenatchee Fire Staton where they will turn around for the trip back to Walla Walla Point Park. Scenery includes high sage desert, lush orchards and vineyards, cool and clear river valleys, and tall ponderosa pine forests.
This route is a peach; developed by Steve Rossano, it travels from Monroe to Index via the old pass road, following mostly backroads (very scenic). There are stretches of riding the shoulder of US 2 (three miles each way) between Sultan and Gold Bar; not too bad, and on the return trip most of that can be avoided by following the Kellogg Lake option. This option is not without its drawbacks, it is a bracing climb and a howling descent. Great fun, but a bit of work. Or you can ride on US 2, which is five miles shorter. 😉
Cruise through the heart of Woodinville Wine Country on the third annual Woodinville Wine Ride!
The 30-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 it’s surrounding communities.
Flying Wheels weaves its way through Western Washington’s Snoqualmie Valley. This fertile valley is home to many organic farms producing some of the area’s highest quality produce, meats and cheeses. You will spend your day rolling from the valley floor to the ridges that define this beautiful place, a peaceful getaway not far from the city.
The RCC Course d’Equipe is a new annual ride that invites teams of riders to work together on challenging courses set in Washington State. Above all, the experience of the ride is the spirit of Course d’Equipe: the experience of riding with a team and the experience of cycling on some of the most beautiful and challenging routes that Washington has to offer. You’ll ride through small communities and on a variety of surfaces. The course you follow is ultimately up to you but you will be required to make every checkpoint along the course. You’ll know some of the checkpoints before the ride begins and you’ll learn about the rest of the checkpoints at the start line. You’ll register your team’s progress at checkpoints using the tiny technical marvel that is the smartphone as teams will check in by snapping team photos at checkpoints and landmarks along the route. Teams must work, play and stay together throughout the entire event.