This is the traditional ride around Lake Washington on Independence Day. We might see local parades (e.g., Kirkland) on the way. You can join us en route if you prefer that to the group start. Instead of the usual counterclockwise heading south, we will travel clockwise heading north. The pace is moderate and we will take trails, such as the new Arboretum trail and 520 partial trail. Focus is on scenic routes and a minimum of climbing. The default will be to return across I-90 to Leschi, but if enough riders want to do the south end too, we can add it and ride past the Osprey nest near Gene Coulon Park on the way. Total distance is about 40 miles for the north loop or 55 for the entire lake. We will ride together and regroup often. Carry snacks. We can stop in Kirkland for food if the crowds are not impossible, but be prepared to have enough food for a 40-mile ride. My cell phone is 206-225-7737. Mel Simburg.
This year’s PROBE (Perimeter Ride of Bellevue Eastside) is 2 bike routes in 1. 70 miles/3400’ & 32 miles/1600’. The 70 milers start at Issaquah Coffee Company in Gilman Village at 9am. The 32 milers start at Marymoor Park in the East Parking Lot at 9:50am. The long route group will stop at Marymoor to pick up the short route group and together both groups bike the Historic Red Brick Road, almost to Duvall, almost to Carnation on quiet country roads. We return to a ½ hr lunch break at Whole Foods, Redmond (42 miles for the long route, about 1pm). We say goodbye to the short route group and bike west on and off the 520 trail thru Kirkland to Medina, restroom at Medina City Hall 52 miles. Then south to the I-90 trail, then east back to Issaquah. Enjoy coffee before the ride start at Issaquah Coffee Company. Bring snacks. Moderate pace. Barring no mechanical, finish by 4pm. Any questions, contact Teri at 425-283-2814 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
70 mile route cue sheet: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/21879262
This year's PROBE (Perimeter Ride of Bellevue Eastside) is 2 bike routes in 1. 32miles/1600' & 70/miles/3400'. The 32 milers start at Marymoor Park in the East Parking Lot at 9:50am. The long route group will stop at Marymoor and together both groups bike the Historic Red Brick Road, almost to Duvall, almost to Carnation on quiet country roads. We return to a 1/2 hr lunch break at Whole Foods, Redmond which is just before the finish of this 32 mile route. Bring snacks as this route has not stops. Moderate pace. Finish 1pm. Any questions, contact Teri at 425-283-2814 or email email@example.com
32 mile route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/21878525
This is 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 the Hiker/Biker sites at Stub Stewart and Nehalem Bay State Parks as well as Trask River County Park. The trip begins and ends at the end of the MAX line in Hillsboro for easy access from much of Portland.
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COGS is offering a beautiful seven-day bike tour (with 8 nights lodging) in the Southwest Corner and Pacific Coast of Oregon starting and finishing in Sutherlin, Oregon from August 19- 27, 2017. This description outlines what promises to be a fun-filled and adventuresome COGS bike tour.
Full details are on the Tour Description Page
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