Cyclists of Greater Seattle
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Upcoming Rides & Events

    • 07 Jul 2022
    • (PDT)
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     Ride Leader  Denny Doyle
     Contact Info  425 417-3757 / downhill45@gmail.com
     Distance/Elevation  15 miles / 680 ft
     Pace  steady
     Terrain  pavement
     Route link  https://ridewithgps.com/routes/39949057
     Check in Time  5:50 pm
     Departure Time  6:00 pm

    15 mile ride going over Magnolia, thru Seattle Center and returning via Westlake trail.

    Meet at Evanston Plaza in Fremont. It’s between the BGT and Northlake Way, one block west of where the trail goes under the Fremont bridge. It’s up some stairs from the BGT so arriving on Northlake would be better. If coming from Gasworks on  the BGT turn right onto Northlake under the Aurora bridge and go two blocks. 

    Drinks & food at Pescado Bueno after for those interested. Open to other suggestions. 

    Cancelation for weather will be posted by 4 pm.

    COGS rides are now open to both members and non-members. Non-members are limited to one “free” ride with the club, after which COGS’ insurance requires they become a member. All persons must register. The number of persons allowed on a ride is left to the discretion of the ride leader.

    COVID still remains a dominant health issue for our society. COGS riders are required to follow all state and county health guidelines to protect themselves and others. Regardless of vaccine status, all participants should be healthy and symptom free of COVID or any flu like symptoms. For more information, please see: Riding with COGS Protocols.


    • 10 Jul 2022
    • 12 Jul 2022
    • Oregon Coast Range
    • 0
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    Wayne Johnson will lead a three-day mixed terrain bike camping tour across the Oregon coast range and back on low traffic roads. One of the days will have significant unpaved portions. We will carry all our own camping equipment and stay at Trask River Campground outside of Tillamook and Cape Lookout State Park on the coast. The trip begins and ends in McMinnville, Oregon. Due to the nature of this trip, participants need to be approved by the ride leader.

    Route details are at RideWithGPS.

    Sunday will be 43 miles of riding over the coast range mostly on gravel roads. We will head out of McMinnville on low trafficked rural roads before we head into Weyerhaeuser land. The route is composed of steep climbs and descents on gravel roads.  The route will also offer navigation challenges, no services, and no water until Trask River County Campground at the end of the ride. Additionally, we expect to be out of cell range for most of the ride.

    Monday will be a more modest day with 34 miles of riding. We will follow the Trask River downstream to Tillamook. From there, we will bike to Cape Meares where we encounter the road closed to cars and walk our bikes about 100 yards through the landslide. We finish for the day on the beach at the lovely Cape Lookout State Park.  Along the way there will be grocery stores available as well as restaurants for lunch.

    Tuesday will be 63 miles of riding starting with a brutal climb up Cape Lookout Road. Most of the day will be spent in a slow climb upstream along the Nestucca River. There is a cafe and mini-mart early in the ride with no other services until we return to McMinnville. The route includes a few short gravel sections.

    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 48’s. Narrower tires will necessitate slower descending, more walking on steeper sections and increase the chance of flat tires.
    • Extra water bottles for the first and last days. It’ll be a lot of climbing with no options for refilling.
    • Clothing for three 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 available the second 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.

    • 10 Jul 2022
    • 9:30 AM (PDT)
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     Ride Leader Tom Tanner
     Contact Info 206.384.9400
     Distance/Elevation  50 miles Flat to rolling
     Pace  moderate/low brisk
     Terrain pavement
     Route link  
     Check in Time  9:15 am
     Departure Time  9:30 am

    Ride: Ride around north end of Lake Washington on July 10th,

    Ride Leader: Tom Tanner.

    Ride Description: Iconic ride around the north end of Lake Washington and west side of Lake Sammamish and along the Seattle Ship Canal.  Depart Gas Works Park and ride up the Burke Gilman/Sammamish River Trails to Marymoor County Park. Ride around west side of Lake Sammamish and I-90 Trail and then ride across I-90 Bridge. We will stop for lunch/snacks/coffee before crossing the I-90 Bridge. After the bridge, the ride continues through the International District/along Seattle waterfront, along the Myrtle Edwards Park Trail and the Ship Canal Trail and returns to Gas Works Park.

    Meet Up Time and Location: Meet at Gas Works Parking Lot on Sunday, July 10th at 9:15 am and depart at 9:30 am.

    Pace: Moderate/Low Brisk or whatever works for the riders.  No cue sheets, no GPS tracks - instead, we stay together and take our cues from the ride leader and occasionally regroup.

    Distance and Elevation. Ride is about 50 +/- miles with no significant climbing but with some rolling hills. Ride is on paved trails and roads.

    What you need: spare tube(s), water, and other stuff for riding and being self-sufficient. Money for snacks/lunch would be handy. We will stop for lunch/coffee break.

    Weather: Sunday weather forecast looks great for a weekend ride. If the weather turns “south” ride leader will cancel the night prior by email.

    Questions: Email tjtanner@comcast.net or call Tom at 206/384.9400.

    COGS rides are now open to both members and non-members. Non-members are limited to one “free” ride with the club, after which COGS’ insurance requires they become a member. All persons must register. The number of persons allowed on a ride is left to the discretion of the ride leader.

    COVID still remains a dominant health issue for our society. COGS riders are required to follow all state and county health guidelines to protect themselves and others. Regardless of vaccine status, all participants should be healthy and symptom free of COVID or any flu like symptoms. For more information, please see: Riding with COGS Protocols.


    • 16 Jul 2022
    • 19
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     Ride Leader  Richard Petters
     Contact Info rpetters2@gmail.com 206-484-0955
     Distance/Elevation  38 miles/4200 feet
     Pace  moderate pace
     Terrain  paved
     Route link

    https://ridewithgps.com/trips/70962553?privacy_code=E3ayCNEBj62kDmlP

    COGS_Vashon_and_Maury_Island_2019.pdf

     Check in Time NA
     Departure Time  9:25 Fauntleroy Ferry
      On Saturday, July 16th,  join us for a backroads loop on Vashon and Maury Islands.  If you like hills, this is the ride for you.  

     ·        Sign in will be on the 9:25 AM ferry out of Fauntleroy.  Arrive early enough to park, ride to ferry and acquire your ticket at the KIOSK at the end of the pier, not at the automobile ticket both.

    • ·        Park at the south end of the first parking area for Lincoln Park you come to when driving south on Fauntleroy Way SW.  DO NOT park in the smaller parking lot to the south of the larger lot, as this lot has time limits on parking.  Ferry is a short downhill coast away.  Allow additional drive time to take the detours necessary with the closure of the West Seattle bridge.
    • ·        There will be a snack and bathroom room break around mile point 14.  Option for a late lunch burrito feed in the town of Vashon (mile point 31) before taking the return ferry.  
    • ·        Participants are expected to be self-supporting with their own copy of the route, spare tubes, pump, water, snacks, and capable of fixing their own flats.  Helmets are required on COGS rides.  Use of flashers, visual enhancers and rear-view mirrors is encouraged.  Weather conditions can and will change, be prepared. In addition, please also bring safe riding skills and good road manners.  Thank you.
    • E-bikers, this is a hilly ride.  E-bike must be capable of doing at least twice the distance of the ride on a single charge.  Riders of E-bikes must also be capable of holding their place in line during a climb and only pass when it is safe to do so. 

    •  Cancellation notice for rain will be sent out no later than 7 AM the morning of the ride.

    COGS rides are now open to both members and non-members. Non-members are limited to one “free” ride with the club, after which COGS’ insurance requires they become a member. All persons must register. The number of persons allowed on a ride is left to the discretion of the ride leader.

    COVID still remains a dominant health issue for our society. COGS riders are required to follow all state and county health guidelines to protect themselves and others. Regardless of vaccine status, all participants should be healthy and symptom free of COVID or any flu like symptoms. For more information, please see: Riding with COGS Protocols.


    • 20 Aug 2022
    • 14
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    A loop ride up past Mt. Si trailhead into some mountain biking territory before returning down the Middle Fork Road. This ride includes paved roads, gravel trails and single track.

    Be prepared for stream crossings. There are lots. Wading while carrying your bike will likely be required for at least one of the crossings.

     Ride Leader  Wayne Johnson
     Distance/Elevation  39 miles/2400 ft
     Pace  moderate
     Terrain  paved roads, gravel trails and single track
     Route link

     https://ridewithgps.com/routes/39612978

     Departure Time  9:00 am
     Check in Time  8:45 am
    • Meet in the gravel parking lot at the north end of the town of Snoqualmie.
    • After the ride we will (optionally) meet for dinner/drinks at Snoqualmie Falls Brewery.
    • Participants are expected to be self-supporting with spare tubes, pump, tools, water, snacks, and capable of solving any mechanical failures, including fixing their own flats.  
    • Cancellation notice for rain will be sent out no later than 3pm the day before the ride.

    COGS rides are now open to both members and non-members. Non-members are limited to one “free” ride with the club, after which COGS’ insurance requires they become a member. All persons must register. The number of persons allowed on a ride is left to the discretion of the ride leader.

    COVID still remains a dominant health issue for our society. COGS riders are required to follow all state and county health guidelines to protect themselves and others. Regardless of vaccine status, all participants should be healthy and symptom free of COVID or any flu like symptoms. For more information, please see: Riding with COGS Protocols.

    • 27 Aug 2022
    • 15
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     Ride Leader  Liam Parnell
     Contact Info

     greenbikego@outlook.com | 803-397-8944

     Distance/Elevation

     Full ride: 62mi, 4300ft

     Kingston-Hansville Only: 38mi, 2800ft


     Pace  Moderate
     Terrain  Paved road
     Route link

     Full_ride: 

     https://ridewithgps.com/collections/30701?privacy_code=JuRndJLO6etmWp4M

     Kingston_Hansville_Only: 

     https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37015897  


     Departure Time

     Full ride:  8:45am at Greenwood Park (intersection of Fremont Ave N & N 89th St)

     Kingston-Hansville Only:  10:20am at Edmonds Ferry


     Check in Time

     Full ride:  8:30am

     Kingston-Hansville Only: 10:00am


    • The Kingston-Hansville loop is a terrific ride.  Low traffic and good roads.  For those who want more miles I am adding a before leg to the Edmonds ferry and a return leg from the ferry.  
    • Kingston-Hansville loop: A clockwise loop starting in Kingston, south through Indianola and a lunch stop at the northern end of the loop in Hansville.  Hansville has a small grocery store and café with outdoor seating.
    • Greenwood to Edmonds Ferry: An optional segment of 11mi and 600ft of climbing before the Kingston-Hansville loop.  Starting at Greenwood Park we will ride up Fremont Ave, through Innis Arden and Richmond Beach. It’s as direct as I could make it.
    • Edmonds to Greenwood: An optional segment of 12mi and 800ft of climbing after the Kingston-Hansville loop. 450ft of climbing in the first 3 miles as we climb out of the Edmonds.  I did my best to smooth that out.  We will make a bee line to the Interurban Trail (mostly to avoid Innis Arden after riding all day) and then it is mostly flat or downhill from there.
    • You can join the ride at Greenwood Park or Edmonds Ferry.
    • Sign In | Full ride (62 miles): 8:30am at Greenwood Park.  Depart at 8:45am.  This should provide plenty time to get to the ferry and get tickets.
    • Sign In | Kingston-Hansville Only (38 miles): Will be on the 10:20am ferry.  Arrive early enough to find parking, ride to ferry, and acquire your ticket.  Areas around the ferry, waterfront and downtown Edmonds core have time limited parking restrictions.  Park outside this zone.
    • Participants are expected to be self-supporting with spare tubes, pump, water, snacks, and capable of fixing their own flats.  Helmets are required on COGS rides.  Use of flashers, visual enhancers and rear view mirrors is encouraged.  Weather conditions can and will change, be prepared. In addition, please also bring safe riding skills and good road manners.  Thank you. 
    • Cancellation notice for rain, smoke, fire, ice, or insurrection will be sent out no later than 7 AM the morning of the ride.

    COGS rides are now open to both members and non-members. Non-members are limited to one “free” ride with the club, after which COGS’ insurance requires they become a member. All persons must register. The number of persons allowed on a ride is left to the discretion of the ride leader.

    COVID still remains a dominant health issue for our society. COGS riders are required to follow all state and county health guidelines to protect themselves and others. Regardless of vaccine status, all participants should be healthy and symptom free of COVID or any flu like symptoms. For more information, please see: Riding with COGS Protocols.

    • 23 Sep 2022
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     COGS Ride Leader  Liam Parnell
     Contact Info  green.bike.go@outlook.com | 803.397.8944(m)
     Terrain  Paved
     Distance/Elevation  TBD
     Pace  TBD
     Check in Time  See SBC website
     Departure Time  See SBC website
       

    Friday, 23SEP2022 thru Sunday, 25SEP2022 - Spokane Bicycle Club (SBC) to sponsor/lead a 3 day “Hub & Spoke” tour.

    Start location - NE Washington Fair Grounds at 317 W Astor Ave, Colville, WA.  

    Click on the following link for more info and/or to sign up - Spokane Bicycle Club - Colville Spoke and Hub Tour - 2022

    Notes from Liam - 

    • Sharing this road ride event info with you now to get it on your radar.  Reminders will be sent in August and again in September.  I plan to sign up early August or before.
    • The SBC event fee is $25.00 for early registration (prior to September 1st) and $35.00 for late registration.  You must be a member of their club ($20 individual and $25 family).  For me this is a low budget getaway that looks promising.  I plan to camp at the fair grounds (complete with secure showers and bathrooms).  Hotels are also available (3 of them).
    • The routes are not yet decided but you can get an idea of what they have to choose from at this link - Click to search ridewithgps for Colvelo rides 
    • The Colville area is a great place for road riding.  At least, that is what they say.

    • I have asked SBC a number of questions (see below with responses).  If you have a question that is not addressed , I am happy to collect, forward, and document their response below for all to see.  Or, you can ask them directly.

    • Since this is really an SBC event there is no real reason to sign up on the COGS site.  But, there is no harm either.  Also, it might be nice to know who is attending or maybe just interested in attending.  Like me, I am interested, so I will be the first to sign up on the COGS site.  Notice: You are only registered for the ride when you sign up on the SBC site.

    More Info -

    • Looped day rides will begin at the fairgrounds near the center of town.  Daily rides offered will include shorter distances at a leisurely pace and longer, more challenging rides at a faster pace. Ride details, including route and elevation gains, to follow.
    • An on-site potluck will be organized for riders and guests for one evening.  Other gatherings will be on an ad-hock basis.
    • Meals, transportation and lodging are up to the individual. Coleville has three motels. Accommodations for camping (tents, trailers, and RV’s) are provided free at the fairground and includes clean restrooms and hot showers - The fairground is conveniently located near the center of town and is where rides will start and end.

    Questions Liam asked SBC  (in black) and their response (in red):

    1. Will there be planned rides for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday?  All rides are road rides. We will have rides on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. We may have two rides on Saturday; one 20-25 miles and one 45+ (depending on attendees). I will do a survey well in advance to determine what the attendees desire. Shorter rides will have sag support with the ability to assist on the longer ride if needed. 
    2. Approximately, what time do the rides start each day?  Saturday and Sunday are morning ride but not too early.
    3. Which nights are the fair grounds available for camping?  We have reserved space on Friday, Saturday and Sunday (day) at the campground. I’m confident that we can get permission if some members want space on Thursday and Sunday night.

    Questions Liam asked SBC from last year (in black) and their response (in red):

    1. How many riders do you expect for the event?  Usual is between 15 and 20, but COVID restrictions may generate more than average interest – too early to tell but some people (like you) jumped on it right away. Best guess – 20 to 25. But there is plenty of room for campers and motel/hotel room space should also be adequate that time of year.
    2. How many campers do you expect at the fairgrounds?  If that is ride-central then that seems like the place to be. Campers seem to comprise about 50% - there’s plenty of room (it’s the Coleville fairgrounds). We have access to a locked toilet/hot shower facility that’s very close to camping. All rides start and end there also.
    3. I am looking forward to seeing the routes. Routes are selected by the Tour Leader from pre-planned routes published by the local Rotary Club.  https://blazing100.org/pdfs/NEWa%20Bike%20Guide.pdf.  Past tours have included two routes depending on rider wishes. A 30 mile (approx) route and a more vigorous 50 mile (approx) route. Final routing will depend on how many of each group care to ride the routes.

    the small print

    COGS rides are now open to both members and non-members. Non-members are limited to one “free” ride with the club, after which COGS’ insurance requires they become a member. All persons must register. The number of persons allowed on a ride is left to the discretion of the ride leader.

    COVID still remains a dominant health issue for our society. COGS riders are required to follow all state and county health guidelines to protect themselves and others. Regardless of vaccine status, all participants should be healthy and symptom free of COVID or any flu like symptoms. For more information, please see: Riding with COGS Protocols.

Past Rides & Events

06 Jul 2022 Wednesday Evening: North End Hills and Views
02 Jul 2022 Gravel Bike Training (3 of 3) - Carnation, WA
30 Jun 2022 Thursday Evening Steady Ride
29 Jun 2022 Wednesday Evening: Decent Descents
26 Jun 2022 Sunrise on Mt Rainier
23 Jun 2022 Thursday evening social rde
22 Jun 2022 Paradise Ride on Mt. Rainier
22 Jun 2022 On and Off Road NE Seattle
19 Jun 2022 Gravel Bike Training (2 of 3) - Cle Elum
18 Jun 2022 Ride Around North End of Lake Washington
15 Jun 2022 Wednesday Evening: North End of the Lake Loop
14 Jun 2022 Canceled | Gravel Bike Training (1 of 3) - Cle Elum
11 Jun 2022 South Lake WA Loop
08 Jun 2022 Wednesday Evening: Coast to Coast!
01 Jun 2022 Wednesday Evening: Cheasty!
25 May 2022 Wednesday Evening: Decent Descents
25 May 2022 Overnight Tour on the Palouse to Cascades Trail
22 May 2022 Tour de Manure - Century Ride for Tom Schaefer
21 May 2022 Kingston-Indianola-Hansville Loop (cancelled)
18 May 2022 Wednesday Evening: North End Hills and Views
15 May 2022 POSTPONED Tour de Manure - Century Ride for Tom Schaefer
11 May 2022 Wednesday Evening: Magnolia and Queen Anne
10 May 2022 Three Boats
04 May 2022 Wednesday Evening: Mid-lake Loop
01 May 2022 POSTPONED Tour de Manure - Century Ride for Tom Schaefer
01 May 2022 Tom Schaefer Memorial Ride from Gasworks
27 Apr 2022 Wednesday Evening: UW to Hamlin Park
24 Apr 2022 McCinchy Mile Camano Climb
23 Apr 2022 North Lake Washington/Mercer Island Loop
23 Apr 2022 Short Version Lake WA / Mercer Isl Loop
20 Apr 2022 CANCELED: Wednesday Evening Magnuson to Sunset Hill
13 Apr 2022 Wednesday Evening Laurelhurst to Paramount
06 Apr 2022 Wednesday Evening: Decent Descents
02 Apr 2022 GWP to Resistencia Coffee in South Park
30 Mar 2022 Wednesday Evening: North End Hills and Views
26 Mar 2022 Carnation to Fall City - roads and trails
22 Mar 2022 Lake Washington Loop
19 Mar 2022 South Lake WA Loop
16 Mar 2022 Wednesday Evening: Cross to Kirkland
12 Mar 2022 Gasworks to Georgetown Coffee Run
05 Mar 2022 Tour de Bainbridge 2022 (Rescheduled)
02 Mar 2022 Wednesday Evening: Wet Winter Wonderland
23 Feb 2022 Wednesday Evening: Laurelhurst and south
19 Feb 2022 Gasworks to Walnut Street Cafe in Edmonds
16 Feb 2022 Wednesday Evening: Paramount and Carkeek
13 Feb 2022 Beacon Hill via Lake WA & Cheasty Blvd
09 Feb 2022 Wednesday Evening Laurelhurst to Paramount
05 Feb 2022 Bike to the Bakery for Bagels
29 Jan 2022 Ridge Ride to Seward Park
26 Jan 2022 Wednesday Evening Tour of NE Seattle
23 Jan 2022 Gasworks-Richmond Beach -Edmonds Coffee Run
19 Jan 2022 CANCELLED - Wednesday Evening Tour of NE Seattle
16 Jan 2022 Sunday Coffee Ride
12 Jan 2022 Wednesday Evening: Wet Winter Wonderland
22 Dec 2021 Christmas Lights #4 Gas Works, Laurlelhurst, Windermere, Candy Cane Lane
15 Dec 2021 Wednesday Evening: Wet Winter Wonderland
08 Dec 2021 North Seattle Christmas Light Ride
01 Dec 2021 Wednesday Evening: Richmond Beach
24 Nov 2021 Wednesday Evening: Double Magnolia
17 Nov 2021 Wednesday Evening Tour of NE Seattle
10 Nov 2021 Wednesday Evening: Cheasty!
03 Nov 2021 Wednesday Evening: Wet Winter Wonderland
27 Oct 2021 Wed Night Cemetery Ride
20 Oct 2021 Wednesday Evening: Let the weather decide
13 Oct 2021 Zoo to 520 Bridge Park
06 Oct 2021 Wednesday Evening: New Northgate Bridge
29 Sep 2021 Climbs And Gravel
25 Sep 2021 Perkins and Lefty Climbers Delight
22 Sep 2021 Wednesday Evening: Cheasty!
15 Sep 2021 Wednesday Evening: Perkins and Lefty Climbers Delight
12 Sep 2021 Kirkland Eastside Greenway Trail
08 Sep 2021 Wednesday Evening: Double Magnolia
03 Sep 2021 North Lake Washington Loop
01 Sep 2021 Climbs And Gravel
29 Aug 2021 Gasworks, Jefferson Park, Kubota Gardens
28 Aug 2021 Columbia City via First Hill and Cheasty
26 Aug 2021 Eastlake-Queen Anne-Magnolia
25 Aug 2021 Climb and Descent
25 Aug 2021 Burke Gilman-Sammamish River-520 trails
22 Aug 2021 Laurelhurst-Windermere-Blue Ridge
21 Aug 2021 Kingston-Hansville Loop ++
18 Aug 2021 Wednesday Evening: Lakes of North Seattle
17 Aug 2021 Cougar Mountain Changed to Tuesday
14 Aug 2021 Bike to the Bakery for Bagels
13 Aug 2021 Mid Lk Washington loop. Canceled due to poor air quality
11 Aug 2021 Decent Descents v2.0
10 Aug 2021 Eastlake-Queen Anne-Magnolia
06 Aug 2021 Day 3 of Olympic Ride Fest
05 Aug 2021 Day 2, Sequim to Hurricane Ridge
04 Aug 2021 Day 1 of Olympic Ride Fest
04 Aug 2021 3 Park Gravel
28 Jul 2021 Wednesday Evening: Cheasty!
27 Jul 2021 Sunrise on Mt Rainier perhaps Chinook Pass & Crystal Mt
25 Jul 2021 Kingston-Indianola-Hansville Loop
21 Jul 2021 Cruisin' the Boulevards of Queen Anne and Magnolia
18 Jul 2021 Mid Lk Wash CCW loop
14 Jul 2021 Magnuson to Golden Gardens and back
10 Jul 2021 Vashon-Maury Island Tour
07 Jul 2021 North Seattle Loop
23 Jun 2021 Ride up north out of Magnuson
20 Jun 2021 Kingston-Indianola-Hansville Loop
16 Jun 2021 Decent Descents v2.0
13 Jun 2021 Vashon-Maury Island Tour
03 Jun 2021 Spruce RR Trail to Sol Duc Hot Springs
22 May 2021 Blewett Pass
16 May 2021 South Seattle Loop
13 May 2021 Ashford to Paradise, Mt Rainer and back to Ashford
09 May 2021 Gasworks, Edmonds, Olympic View Drive
18 Apr 2021 Tour de Bainbridge
24 Oct 2020 CANCELLED - Cemeteries & Watertowers
02 Oct 2020 CANCELLED - Bellingham Weekend Hub/Pub 'n Spoke
27 Sep 2020 Kitsap Color Classic (Cascade)
19 Sep 2020 Lake Chelan Century Challenge & Cycle de Vine (Lake Chelan Rotary)
12 Sep 2020 Passport to Pain (Vashon)
31 Aug 2020 CANCELLED High Pass Challenge (Cascade)
23 Aug 2020 CANCELLED Chuckanut Classic (Mount Baker Bicycle Club)
21 Aug 2020 CANCELLED RSVP (Cascade)
02 Aug 2020 Ride the Hurricane (Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce)
01 Aug 2020 CANCELLED Ride Around Washington (Cascade)
01 Aug 2020 CANCELLED Tour de Lavender
30 Jul 2020 CANCELLED RAMROD (Redmond Cycling Club)
26 Jul 2020 CANCELLED Idaho Panhandle Trails Bike Camping
25 Jul 2020 CANCELLED Ride Around Clark County (Vancouver Bicycle Club)
19 Jul 2020 CANCELLED Georgetown Ride
18 Jul 2020 CANCELLED Snohomish - Sultan & BBQ
18 Jul 2020 CANCELLED Tour de Whatcom (Whatcom County)
18 Jul 2020 CANCELLED STP (Cascade)
02 Jul 2020 Northwest Tandem Rally - Postponed Until 2021
28 Jun 2020 Two County Double Metric Century (Capital Bike Club)
27 Jun 2020 Cancelled due to Covid-19: Vashon Island Ride
26 Jun 2020 Cancelled due to Covid-19: Seattle Night Ride (Cascade)
20 Jun 2020 Cancelled due to Covid-19: Mercer Island May Valley Loop
07 Jun 2020 Peninsula Metric Century (TWBC) - Moved to June 7
06 Jun 2020 Cancelled due to Covid-19: Edmonds Ride
30 May 2020 Cancelled: Flying Wheels Summer Century (Cascade)
23 May 2020 CANCELLED due to COVID-19: Victoria–Port Townsend Tour
17 May 2020 Your Canyon for a Day (Yakima County Crime Stoppers)
16 May 2020 CANCELLED Old Blewett Pass to Leavenworth
09 May 2020 CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 Skagit Spring Classic (Skagit Bike Club)
03 May 2020 CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 Seattle Bike-n-Brews Ride (Cascade)
02 May 2020 CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 South Whidbey Island Loop
02 May 2020 CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 Sonoma Wine Country Century (Santa Rosa Bike Club)
01 May 2020 7 Hills of Kirkland (Attain Housing) Entire Month of May Fundraiser
26 Apr 2020 CANCELLED McClinchy Mile (BIKES of Snohomish)
25 Apr 2020 CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 Renton Red House to Green River Gorge Loop
25 Apr 2020 CANCELLED Tour de Lopez (Lopez Chamber of Commerce)
19 Apr 2020 POSTPONED Date TBD 2020 Emerald City Ride (Cascade)
18 Apr 2020 CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 Log Boom to Interurban
18 Apr 2020 CANCELLED Daffodil Classic (TWBC)
11 Apr 2020 CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 Kingston-Indianola-Hansville Loop
05 Apr 2020 POSTPONED Date TBD 2020 Ride for Major Taylor (Cascade)
04 Apr 2020 CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 Wallace Lake Gravel Ride
01 Apr 2020 CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 Wednesday Evening Moderate Ride
28 Mar 2020 CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 Camano Island
22 Mar 2020 Seattle Bike Swap (Cascade) (Currently Postponed to June 14)
21 Mar 2020 CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 North Lake Washington Ride
15 Mar 2020 Gasworks to Edmonds
08 Mar 2020 Gravel Bike - Snoqualmie Ridge to Rattlesnake Lake on Snoqualmie Valley Trail Loop
04 Mar 2020 CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19 Wednesday Evening Moderate Ride
29 Feb 2020 Spring Training: Lake Washington Figure 8 Loop
29 Feb 2020 Winter Training Series (WTS) 8: Carol's Greater Seattle Century
23 Feb 2020 Chilly Hilly (Cascade)
22 Feb 2020 Winter Training Series (WTS) 7: Conway-Lake Samish-Chuckanut
22 Feb 2020 Tour de Bainbridge
05 Feb 2020 Wednesday Evening Moderate Ride
01 Jan 2020 Wednesday Evening Moderate Ride
18 Dec 2019 NE Seattle Christmas Light Ride
12 Dec 2019 2019 Winter Holiday Party
11 Dec 2019 NW Seattle Christmas Light Ride
17 Oct 2019 2019 Annual Membership Meeting
21 Sep 2019 Tahuya Hills Loop
10 Sep 2019 3 Day - 2 Island - Bike Camping Trip
02 Sep 2019 PROS Lite, A grand tour of the sound end of Seattle
24 Aug 2019 Snohomish 3 Lakes to Sultan and BBQ
17 Aug 2019 Hurricane Ridge
16 Aug 2019 (copy) Snohomish 3 Lakes to Sultan and BBQ
15 Aug 2019 COGS Summer Get Together @ Peddler Brewing Company
15 Aug 2019 Cougar & Squak Mt ride
15 Aug 2019 3 Day Sequim Weekend - Hurricane Ridge
13 Aug 2019 Glacier to Artist Point, Mt Baker
26 Jul 2019 2019 Washington - British Columbia Tour
20 Jul 2019 2 Day Mountain Loop Granite Falls, Concrete
14 Jul 2019 Bike, Boats and Trains Century Loop
14 Jul 2019 Bike Camping: Tillamook Tour
06 Jul 2019 Concerts in the Barn
26 Jun 2019 COGS Discount for Port Townsend Cycle School Bike Mechanic Classes
22 Jun 2019 Mukilteo Loop
17 Jun 2019 COGS Discount for Port Townsend Cycle School Bike Mechanic Classes
15 Jun 2019 Logboom and Interurban Blvd
15 Jun 2019 COGS Discount for Port Townsend Cycle School Bike Mechanic Classes
08 Jun 2019 Granite Falls to Barlow Pass
25 May 2019 Victoria–Port Townsend Tour
22 May 2019 Lake WA Loop
18 May 2019 Kingston-Indianola-Hansville Loop
04 May 2019 Preston North Bend Rattlesnake Lake on Snoqualmie Valley Trail Loop
27 Apr 2019 Renton Red House to Green River Gorge Loop
25 Apr 2019 Spring Fling 2019
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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