B.I.K.E.S. Club of
Snohomish County
McClinchy Mile Oso Strong Ride March 15
Register now at active.com or by printing and mailing our registration form along with a check.

This year’s McClinchy Mile Oso Strong Bicycle Ride on Sunday, March 15, 2015 is a memorial to the people and the communities affected by the Oso Landslide. Routes will start in Arlington and travel along the Stillaguamish River to Darrington.

Route options of 34 and 56 miles, most on State Route 530 with light traffic, plus a free family bike ride on the Centennial Trail.

Unique food stop at Rhodes River Ranch Restaurant in Oso, where you can enjoy Cowgirl biscuits & gravy or fresh cookies & coffee while overlooking an active horse arena. They'll have a lunch buffet ready for purchase. Second food stop at Darrington's Old School Park.

Five dollars from every registration will support development of the Whitehorse Trail through the Centennial Trail Coalition and Washington Bikes. Improving the trail through Oso is part of recovery efforts to promote tourism and economic development in the Darrington and Oso communities.

Additional event proceeds support B.I.K.E.S. Club of Snohomish County, which offers year-round rides and grants in our community.

The Oso Landslide covered a section of the Whitehorse Trail.

Plan a weekend in Snohomish County by arriving on Saturday to ride the beautiful, paved Centennial Trail (30 miles one-way) or open sections of the unpaved Whitehorse Trail.

BIKES Club of Snohomish County has hosted an early season event ride for more than 30 years. Last year's ride was one week prior to the landslide that killed 43 people and covered a section of Highway 530, cutting off Darrington's main lifeline.

Help commemorate the tragedy and support the communities.

Oso Strong coffee mugs to the first 200 registered riders. Registration fee increases $5 on March 10.

Register now at active.com

McClinchy Mile Bike Ride

WHEN: Sunday, March 15, 2015

WHERE:  Haller Middle School
         600 E. First St., Arlington, Wash.

COST: $30 through March 9

The first 200 preregistered riders get a commemorative Oso Strong coffee mug

Whitehorse Trail riding.Accommodations near the ride start are located in Arlington and Marysville. In addition to trail riding and mountain biking, you can go shopping at the Seattle Outlet Mall, gaming at Tulalip Casino, or visit one of our waterfront communities. Learn more at snohomish.org
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