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    • 25 Apr 2019
    • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
    • Phinney Center (Blue Bldg), Room 7, 6532 Phinney Ave. N, Seattle
    • 65
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    SAVE THE DATE - APRIL 25TH, 2019 for the annual COGS Spring membership meeting.

    Location: Phinney Neighborhood Center - 6532 Phinney Ave. N., Room 7

    Timing: Set up at 6:00 PM (we could use help).

    Food & Drink: The club will provide pizza & salad. Any additional food contribution will be appreciated, particularly dessert. BYOB liquor.

    There will be a guest speaker and a short members meeting.

    Please register so we can plan our food order accordingly!

    • 27 Apr 2019
    • 9:30 AM
    • Red House Restaurant - Linear Park Renton
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    Help me celebrate my ReTIREment and 60th Birthday.

    Ride Leader: Ron Tazuma

    Pace: Low Brisk  + High Moderate pace ride

    Terrain: challenging 53 miles and 2300 feet of climbing with mixed trail and road sections.

    Rain policy: rain cancels ride

    Meet by 9:15AM at Linear Park 410 Burnett Ave South in Renton in front of The Red House Restaurant.  We will do a 50+ mile loop starting on the Cedar Creek trail and staying on the trail through a short gravel wilderness section.  Once on the road section we heading out toward Black Diamond and the Green River Gorge and then returning back to Renton through the Soos Creek Trail system for another trail section. Safe riding skills for the benefit of pedestrians and riders will always be encouraged on these trail systems. 

    Lunch is planned at the Red House post ride.

    See: ridewithgps.com to download route to your GPS or to print your own cue sheets.

    • 25 May 2019
    • 27 May 2019
    • Anacortes, WA
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    For Memorial Day weekend (May 25-27), Wayne Johnson will be leading a cycling tour from Anacortes to Victoria to Port Townsend to Anacortes. There is no sag wagon, so riders will need to be self sufficient and bring panniers or other bike bags to carry supplies for three days. The ride will be at moderate pace.

    Saturday

    We will meet at the Anacortes Ferry Dock on the morning of Saturday, May 25 to take the 8:30AM ferry to Sidney, BC. From Sidney we will take the Lochside Trail to the outskirts of Victoria, then follow the coastline around the eastern perimeter of Oak Bay and Victoria, ending up near the central Inner Harbour of Victoria. Saturday’s ride is about 30 miles from the ferry.

    The ride leaders will be staying in the James Bay Inn. There are many accommodation options around the Inner Harbour of Victoria if you desire other lodging. Please check with the venue about bike storage; the James Bay Inn has a locked bike storage building in back. Lodging will fill up and reservations should be acquired as soon as possible.

    Sunday

    We start off by catching the Black Ball Ferry to Port Angeles. Once in Port Angeles we ride the Olympic Discovery Trail, a short section of highway and the Larry Scott Trail to Port Townsend. Sunday’s ride is about 54 miles.

    Ride leaders will be staying at The Tides Inn & Suites. There are additional lodging options nearby. Lodging will fill up and reservations should be acquired as soon as possible.

    Monday

    Monday begins by catching the ferry from Port Townsend to Keystone. From here, we will ride up Widbey Island, across Deception Pass, and over Fidalgo Island to finish in Anacortes. Monday’s ride is about 38 miles.

    • 15 Jun 2019
    • 16 Jun 2019
    • Port Townsend, WA

    Wheel Building 1-Intro to Lacing and Truing (2 Day Class)

    • Title:
    COGS Discount for Port Townsend Cycle School Bike Mechanic Class
    • Description:

    The Port Townsend Cycle School, a non-profit organization offering the only professional bike mechanic classes in Washington State, is extending COGS members an early bird registration discount for the following classes:

    • Event URL:

    https://www.ptcycleschool.org/classes

    Please contact the registrar with any questions at admin@ptrecyclery.org

    For Wheel Building 1-Intro to Lacing and Truing (Discount Code - 1VLK260XFN)

    • 17 Jun 2019
    • 21 Jun 2019
    • Port Townsend, WA


    Bicycle Mechanics 1-Intro to Maintenance and Repair (5 Day Class)

    • Title:
    COGS Discount for Port Townsend Cycle School Bike Mechanic Class
    • Description:

    The Port Townsend Cycle School, a non-profit organization offering the only professional bike mechanic classes in Washington State, is extending COGS members an early bird registration discount for the following classes:

    • Event URL:

    https://www.ptcycleschool.org/classes

    Please contact the registrar with any questions at admin@ptrecyclery.org

    For Bicycle Mechanics 1-Intro to Maintenance and Repair (Discount Code - 5U464UI3Y8)

    • 26 Jun 2019
    • 30 Jun 2019
    • Port Townsend, WA


    Bicycle Mechanics 1-Intro to Maintenance and Repair (5 Day Class)

    • Title:
    COGS Discount for Port Townsend Cycle School Bike Mechanic Class
    • Description:

    The Port Townsend Cycle School, a non-profit organization offering the only professional bike mechanic classes in Washington State, is extending COGS members an early bird registration discount for the following classes:

    • Event URL:

    https://www.ptcycleschool.org/classes

    Please contact the registrar with any questions at admin@ptrecyclery.org

    For Bicycle Mechanics 1-Intro to Maintenance and Repair (Discount Code - 5U464UI3Y8)

    • 14 Jul 2019
    • 17 Jul 2019
    • North Oregon Coast Range
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    Wayne Johnson will lead a four-day mixed terrain bike camping tour through the Oregon coast range. Two of the days will have significant unpaved portions. We will carry all our own camping equipment and stay at Anderson Park in Vernonia, Nehalem Bay State Park in Manzanita, and Trask River Campground outside of Tillamook. The trip begins and ends at the end of the MAX line in Hillsboro for easy access from much of Portland. Due to the nature of this trip, participants need to be approved by the ride leader.

    Route details are at RideWithGPS.

    Sunday will be a short 33 miles of riding. We will head out of Hillsboro in early afternoon to low trafficked rural roads before we pick up the Banks-Vernonia State Trail. Camping will be at Anderson Park in Vernonia. The start location was picked for easy access via Portland’s light rail.

    Monday will cover the most distance. We will ride nearly 80 miles following the Nehalem River to the Pacific Ocean. The morning has us on lightly trafficked rural highways until lunch. After stopping for hearty meal, we will continue descending to the coast. Foss Road, which we take most of the way, has a good deal of rough gravel. Our ride ends with dinner in Manzanita and camping at Nehalem Bay State Park. We will stay in the quiet Hiker/Biker section, hidden in the trees from the rest of the camp.

    Tuesday will be a more modest day with 43 miles of riding. The hardest thing about the day may be deciding which excellent breakfast option to choose. Roads will consist of beautiful low trafficked rural roads mixed in with short sections of Highway 101. We’ll stop for lunch at a brewpub in Tillamook before we ride up the North Trask River Road to Trask River County Campground. All of today’s riding will be paved.

    Wednesday will be our most difficult day. We ride 56 miles over the coast range to return to Hillsboro. It’s mostly gravel with steep climbs and descents. The route will also offer navigation challenges and will not have water or any services until near the end of the ride. We will ride through Weyerhaeuser land and will likely end up seeing logging trucks on the road. I’ve included some suggestions for riding with logging trucks below. Additionally, we will be out of cell range for most of the ride.

    What to bring:

    • Large tires for the gravel sections. 42’s are probably a minimum. The gravel is rough enough that the leader will ride with 60’s. Narrower tires will necessitate slower descending, more walking on steeper sections and increase the chance of flat tires.
    • Extra water bottles for the last day. It’ll be a lot of climbing with no options for refilling. A good solution is carrying a large collapsible bottle that’ll only be used that day.
    • Clothing for four days of riding and hanging out in camp. Clothes for rain and cold weather may be helpful.
    • Spare tubes, pump, tools and other biking gear to make you self-sufficient are also necessary. We will be out of cell coverage for a good portion of the ride.
    • Tent, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, stove/cookware, flashlight.
    • Some food for snacks and meals. There will be grocery stores in every day before we get to camp. They are marked on the maps.
    • Money for camping, groceries and restaurants.
    • If you haven’t done any bike camping before, a good advice on bike camping can be found here: http://builtbyswift.com/bike-camping-basics

    If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to ask.

    • 20 Jul 2019
    • 10:00 AM
    • 21 Jul 2019
    • IGA Granite Falls Washington
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    A challenging mixed terrain 2 day ride staying overnight at Mt. Baker Hotel in Concrete Wa. Ride leader John Lindseth

    Day 1 we will find parking on side streets and meet at the Granite falls IGA. We start out climbing Barlow Pass on paved roads then descend into Darrington on mostly gravel roads. We will have lunch in Darrington. After lunch we will continue to Concrete, check in and have dinner in a restaurant. 83 miles 3,600'

    Day 2 we will have breakfast at a restaurant, check out and head West along the South side of the Skagit River. We will head South @ Hwy 9 and have lunch at Clear Lake (Evelyn's tavern). After lunch we will use back roads and bike trails as much as possible back to Granite Falls. 72 miles 2,400'

    All participants will be required to carry their gear and be able to deal with any mechanical issues that may arise.

    Lodging is very limited in Concrete. Book you room in Concrete as soon as possible or check with others for room mate possibilities.  


    Route    https://ridewithgps.com/routes/27983374

    • 26 Jul 2019
    • 04 Aug 2019
    • Colville, WA
    • 30
     COGS Summer Tour details are here 2019 Tour

    The tour is currently full but we are accepting Wait List registrations.  With the tour still months out, the chances are very good of getting on the tour.  Follow the directions from the link above to register.  Please note that you will have to become a COGS member to participate on the tour.

    • 15 Aug 2019
    • 18 Aug 2019
    • Sequim: Dungeness Recreation Area
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    This is a 3 day weekend centered around our annual Hurricane Ridge ride out of Sequim. Peter Krippner will camp out of the Dungeness Recreation Area and lead a Friday warm up ride in the Sequim area, then the day following Hurricane Ridge he will lead a cool down ride in the Port Angeles area.

    Thursday Aug 15:   This is the arrival day only, no other plans. For those camping I will be at campsite 45 at Dungeness Recreation Area. I have room for 5 more, please contact me directly so I can confirm there is room for you. Other sites may be available by reservation or they have 30 sites for first come first served basis. Many other lodging options are available nearby in Sequim or Port Angeles. 

    Day 1, Friday Aug 16: Sequim - Spit Loop ride   We will depart at 10 AM from the campground for a moderate ride with a lunch stop in Sequim before completing the loop back to the campground. Afternoon or evening can be spent checking out Dungeness Spit. There is a 10 mile hike going out and back.

     Day 2, Saturday Aug 17: COGS Hurricane Ridge ride   We will join Richard Petters on his Hurricane Ridge ride. There are 3 options to join the ride: 1) drive to the start at Sequim High School for the full 73 mile 8100' route or cycle to the high school and cutoff to the campground on the way back to add 11 miles to the COGS route. 2) Cycle directly from the campground to Olympic Visitors Center in Port Angeles to meet group either along the way or at the visitors center. 67 mile 7240' route. 3) Drive to the visitors center in Port Angeles for a 35 mile out and back route (no map or cue sheets needed for this)  

     Day 3, Sunday Aug 18: Port Angeles - Lake Crescent - Joyce Loop   We will drive to Port Angeles to meetup at Lincoln Park for a 9 AM departure. This will be a moderate/upper moderate ride. We will only have snack breaks and no lunch stop. Lunch will be available in Port Angeles after the ride.

     CAMPING INFORMATION: At Dungeness Recreation Area I will be at site 45 and have room for 5. Please email me directly at pkrippner@comcast.net for camping and I will confirm with you if space is still available. The cost of $88 for 3 nights will be split between the number of people at the site (max 6 allowed per site).     

     

    • 10 Sep 2019
    • 10:20 AM
    • 12 Sep 2019
    • Anacortes Ferry Terminal
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    This is a bike camping opportunity in the San Juan Islands. This will be mid-week and after Labor Day weekend in hopes of lower traffic on the islands. This trip is a good introduction to bike camping with some of the routes being ridden on unloaded bikes. Some of the routes are optional. This will be led by Peter Krippner.  Registration is limited to 12. 


     Day 1 - Anacortes - Lopez Island: 42 miles; 2336'.   We will meet up at the Anacortes Ferry Terminal to catch the 10:20 AM Ferry to Lopez Island. When we arrive at 11:10 we will ride directly to Spencer Spit State Park to set up camp and drop off our gear. We will stay in Hiker/Biker sites or I will make a regular campground reservation if we have enough registered. After setting up camp we will do a counterclockwise loop around the island with a lunch stop in the village. Supplies can be picked up here too. Dinner tonight will be at camp.

    Day 2 - Lopez Island - Shaw Island - Orcas Island: 47 miles; 4002'.   Breakfast in camp and you will need your lunch with you. We will ride directly back to the Ferry to catch the 9:55 AM Ferry to Shaw Island. On Shaw Island we will have roughly 2 hours to ride a fairly short loop around the island. No services are available here so we will eat our own lunch as we wait for the ferry to come at 12:20 PM. Once on Orcas Island we will ride to Moran State Park and can stop in Eastsound on the way to pick up supplies. After setting up camp there is an option to ride to Doe Bay and back with our unloaded bikes. Dinner will be at camp.

    Day 3 - Orcas Island - Anacortes: 36 miles; 3500'. After breakfast in camp there is an option to ride up to Mt Constitution with unloaded bikes. Those who didn't do Doe Bay the day before could opt to do it this morning instead. After the Mt Constitution leg we will pack up our camp and do the Orcas Island excursion route. We can stop for lunch in East Sound. We plan to catch the ferry in time for the 4:50 PM departure. Arrival into Anacortes will be 5:40 PM. There will be an option to have dinner in Anacortes before heading home. 

    On our bike camping trips everyone is expected to be self-sufficient and make their own decisions on the gear to bring and what type of bike to have. This trip will mostly be on paved roads with a possible 8 mile gravel road section on Orcas Island. For bike camping I recommend minimum 28mm wide tires. While everyone is self-sufficient we are also there to help each other out as anyone can have trouble at any time. For resources on bike camping please check out these sites: Adventure Cycling Assoc.Gear Lists


    • 21 Sep 2019
    • 7:20 AM
    • Bremerton Ferry - Downtown Seattle
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    RIDE NAME: Bremerton -Tahuya Hills - Bremerton

    RSVP: If you plan to participate on this ride please register no later than Thursday, September 19th.  I plan to do the ride only if there is sufficient interest. If there is sufficient interest expressed by 9/19/19, I will advise the ride is a go. If there is insufficient interest expressed I will cancel the ride.

    RIDE DESCRIPTION: The ride length is ~75 miles with roughly 4300 feet of climbing. The ride starts at the Seattle Ferry dock as we will be taking the 7:35 ferry to Bremerton.  If you are driving to the ferry terminal one of the best places to leave your car is at the north end of Myrtle Edwards Park.  The parking lot is on 16th Ave W just south of W. Galer.  It’s just over 3 miles along the trail to the ferry terminal.  Get there ready to ride no later than 7:15 and you should be fine.

    This is a challenging but stunningly beautiful ride designed for those seeking to have fun, stay more or less together and provide mutual support. Cheers and good smiles always welcomed.  Check it out at: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/2555144

    START TIME/LOCATION: 7:20 AM on Saturday, September 21, 2019 – from Coleman Dock in Seattle

    PACE: Moderate to brisk – let’s have a fun pace set by the riding skills of the participants. The regrouping strategy and cue sheets for this ride facilitate riding skills from moderate to brisk. Just remember there’s over 4,000 vertical feet of climbing.

    REGROUPING: We will regroup regularly on a as needs basis.  No one gets left behind!   

    CUE SHEETS: Yes, download the attached cue sheet if you would like one: Tahuya Hills - Bremerton.pdf 

    EQUIPMENT: Bring two water bottles. You will need both! Bring energy food to fuel yourself during the ride.  Some of the area is very remote with few opportunities to get either water or food.  Also bring the typical pump, spare tubes and other biking gear to make yourself self-sufficient. Money will be needed to pay for your lunch. This is an unsupported ride.

    RAIN POLICY: Rain will cancel the ride.  Check back the night before to see if the ride has been cancelled.

    RIDE LEADER: Ride leader is Ralph Nussbaum. I can be reached at 206-713-9417 or RENussbaum@outlook.com.  Please feel free to contact me about the ride if you have any questions.

    PS: Feel free to invite a non-COGS friend(s) to join in on the fun and introduce them to COGS.

     

    • 05 Oct 2019
    • 10:00 AM
    • Skagit River Park Playfields, Burlington
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    Ride Leader: Peter Krippner

    Check out if Fall has arrived in the Skagit River Valley. This is a fairly long, but low elevation, ride. This route starts on the North side of the river and follows a combination of the Cascade Trail and low traffic roads by the river as much as possible. The Cascade Trail is mostly an unpaved rail traiI so for these sections wider tires are advised, 32mm min. There are just a few tricky sections that can be flooded in heavy rain season. Concrete will be our turnaround point and we will stop for lunch at Cascade Burgers on Hwy 20. After lunch on our return we will cross the river to come back on the South side mostly on S Skagit Hwy. There are very limited services on this side of the river so be prepared for no restroom facilities for the last 34 miles of this ride.

    See route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/19611388 

    Print out your own cue sheets.

    Pace: HM/LB but a good portion is on gravel for a slower pace.

    Bring tubes, patch kits, pump, and plenty of snacks/water for a 66 mile ride. 

Past Rides & Events

06 Apr 2019 Jordan River from Snohomish
30 Mar 2019 Machias-Arlington Ride Revised
23 Mar 2019 Spring Training: Lake Washington Figure 8 Loop
16 Mar 2019 Edmonds Loop Ride
09 Mar 2019 Machias, Granite Falls, Lake Roesiger
23 Feb 2019 Bainbridge Island Ride
19 Dec 2018 NW Seattle Christmas Light Ride
13 Dec 2018 2018 Winter Holiday Party
12 Dec 2018 John's Holiday lights ride with cookies and hot apple cider
17 Nov 2018 Mercer Isl May Valley Nostalgia Ride
27 Oct 2018 Cemeteries & Watertowers
25 Oct 2018 2018 Annual Members Meeting
21 Oct 2018 Under and Over Snoqualmie Pass
13 Oct 2018 Duvall to Ben Howard Mixed Terrain Ride
06 Oct 2018 Burlington-Concrete-Skagit River Loop
29 Sep 2018 Flaming Geyser Loop from Leschi
16 Sep 2018 Bainbridge
16 Sep 2018 Flaming Geyser Loop from Leschi
15 Sep 2018 Leavenworth Hub & Spoke
03 Sep 2018 PROS Lite (Perimeter Ride Around Seattle, South End)
25 Aug 2018 Tahuya Hills Loop - Possible Route Change Below
13 Aug 2018 Sunrise Mt Rainier
10 Aug 2018 Glacier to Artist Point, Mt Baker
09 Aug 2018 2018 Western Washington Tour (CANCELLED)
29 Jul 2018 Snohomish 3 Lakes to Sultan and BBQ
24 Jul 2018 Bike Camping: Bellingham Seattle Tour
21 Jul 2018 COGS Bike Boat and Train Ride for a Century
15 Jul 2018 Snoqualmie Falls Ride
13 Jul 2018 Longmire, Paradise, Packwood, Skate Creek, Longmire
04 Jul 2018 Independence Day Traditional Around the Lake Ride
30 Jun 2018 Vashon Island Ride
16 Jun 2018 Lake Washington Northern Loop
01 Jun 2018 6 Day Adventure on the Trans Canada Trail - Bike Camping
19 May 2018 Indianola-Hansville Loop
17 May 2018 Cougar Mountain Ride
26 Apr 2018 Spring Fling 2018
08 Apr 2018 Camano Island: CANCELLED
25 Mar 2018 Spring Training: Lake Washington Figure 8
03 Mar 2018 Angle Lake to Fremont
24 Feb 2018 Bainbridge Island
14 Dec 2017 2017 Winter Holiday Party
24 Oct 2017 Annual Members Meeting
12 Sep 2017 Ports & Forts of Puget Sound
04 Sep 2017 PROS Lite - Perimeter Ride of Seattle
02 Sep 2017 Labor Day PROBE 2017
19 Aug 2017 2017 Rogue River Ramble Tour
12 Aug 2017 Hurricane Ridge Ride
05 Aug 2017 Bainbridge Island Midsummer Hilly
30 Jul 2017 Bike Camping: Tillamook Tour
29 Jul 2017 Snoqualmie Falls Ride
22 Jul 2017 COGS Bike Boat and Train Ride for a Century
16 Jul 2017 La Conner, Anacortes, Washington Park Ride
15 Jul 2017 Olympic Music Festival ride
08 Jul 2017 PROBE (Perimeter Ride of Bellevue Eastside) 32 miles
08 Jul 2017 PROBE (Perimeter Ride of Bellevue Eastside) 70 miles
04 Jul 2017 Independence Day Traditional Around the Lake Ride
17 Jun 2017 Vashon Island Ride
03 Jun 2017 Granite Falls to Barlow Pass
02 Jun 2017 Bike Camping: Joemma/Potlatch
27 May 2017 Victoria Bike Tour - Memorial Day Weekend
20 May 2017 Old Blewett Pass to Leavenworth (and back) DATE CHANGED!
05 May 2017 Vancouver, WA (Clark County) Hub n Spoke Weekend
22 Apr 2017 Renton Red House to Green River Gorge Loop
13 Apr 2017 Spring Fling 2017
02 Apr 2017 Eastside Adventure
18 Mar 2017 Duwamish & Chief Sealth Trails
12 Mar 2017 Camano Island CHANGED TO LOCAL SEATTLE RIDE
04 Mar 2017 John Verrilli's 70th Birthday Celebration Ride
25 Feb 2017 Bainbridge Island
25 Feb 2017 Winter Training Series #8 (Carol's Greater Seattle Century)
18 Feb 2017 Winter Training Series #7 (Conway-Lake Samish-Chuckanut)
11 Feb 2017 Machias, Granite Falls, Lake Roesiger
11 Feb 2017 Winter Training Series #6 (Kent-Dash & Brown Points - Black Diamond)
04 Feb 2017 Winter Training Series #5 (Auburn, Lake Tapps, Orting, Carbonado)
28 Jan 2017 Winter Training Series #4 (Snohomish, Marysville, Happy Valley, Arlington)
21 Jan 2017 Winter Training Series #3 (Camano Island Loop)
14 Jan 2017 Winter Training Series #2 (Bellevue-May Valley-Covington)
07 Jan 2017 Winter Training Series #1 (Redmond-Carnation-Union Hill)
08 Dec 2016 2016 Winter Holiday Party
18 Oct 2016 Fall Membership meeting
07 Oct 2016 Centralia area Hub n Spoke Weekend
01 Oct 2016 Saturday 100km Rides
17 Sep 2016 Ferndale, Lumi or Birch Bay, then Lunch at Matt Dalton's
10 Sep 2016 Ride to Johnston Ridge Observatory Mt. St. Helens
05 Sep 2016 Labor Day PROBE
28 Aug 2016 Snohomish to Sultan and 3 Lakes
21 Aug 2016 PROBE (Perimeter Ride of Bellevue - Eastside)
13 Aug 2016 Tahuya Hills
04 Aug 2016 Summer Potluck
30 Jul 2016 Out n Back Tiger Mountain
27 Jul 2016 Kitsap Camping Tour
16 Jul 2016 Monroe, Lake Roesiger
09 Jul 2016 Indianola-Hansville Loop
08 Jul 2016 Wallowas – Blue Mountains Tour
06 Jul 2016 Abbreviated Hurricane Ridge Ride
02 Jul 2016 Super Torture Metric Century
25 Jun 2016 Lake Chelan Century Challenge
15 Jun 2016 Longmire/Paradise/Packwood/Skate Creek/Longmire Loop
11 Jun 2016 Vashon Island Ride
04 Jun 2016 Bike Camping: Puget Sound Maritime Loop
01 Jun 2016 Longmire-Paradise-Packwood Loop
28 May 2016 Victoria Bike Tour - Memorial Day Weekend
14 May 2016 Twin Peaks
04 May 2016 Gas Works to Cougar Mountain E.F.I.
30 Apr 2016 Monroe-Index
23 Apr 2016 Keyport
16 Apr 2016 Half Pros Route
09 Apr 2016 Whidbey Rhododendron Ride
02 Apr 2016 Port Orchard
26 Mar 2016 North Lake WA
24 Mar 2016 Spring Fling
19 Mar 2016 Two Pace Machias-Arlington Ride
13 Mar 2016 Issaquah Ride
06 Mar 2016 Camano Island
27 Feb 2016 Bainbridge Island
20 Feb 2016 Bellevue & Beyond
10 Dec 2015 Holiday party
23 Oct 2015 Yakima Weekend Hub & Spoke
15 Oct 2015 Fall Membership Annual Meeting
23 Sep 2015 Ride The Hurricane II
20 Sep 2015 Ride North Lake Washington with extras
07 Sep 2015 PROS
15 Aug 2015 Oregon Over and Back Tour
11 Jul 2015 John Wayne Trail Bike Camping
28 Jun 2015 Vashon Island with Richard Petters
17 Jun 2015 Wednesday Night Moderate
14 Jun 2015 PROS Route Rider's Choice
13 Jun 2015 Chuckanut Counterclockwise
08 Jun 2015 Trans-WA Supported Bicycle Tour 2015

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