B.I.K.E.S. Club of
Snohomish County

Barns, Burgers & Brews

McClinchy Mile Bicycle Ride

Sunday, April 30, 2017, Arlington, Wash.

New date, new routes, new post-ride food and beer.  Register now at active.com

After 10 years in Arlington, our 34th annual McClinchy Mile has some special things in store:

  • Free burger and beer for all pre-registered riders (vegetarian and non-alcoholic options available) hosted by Rocket Alley Bar & Grill.
  • Commemorative pint glass for first 300 riders
  • Jersey option guaranteed to be colorful and Peak quality. Design TBA
  • New start location at Haller Park, just north of downtown Arlington at the Centennial Trail

New & classic routes:

  • 34 miles to Stanwood, flat farm roads, historic barns
  • 50+ miles to Skagit County on quiet back roads and Centennial Trail. Rolling hills.
  • 30 miles to Granite Falls, lots of rolling hills
  • 100-mile century option combines routes
All routes are on paved roads or trails and loop back to the starting point in Arlington. Food stops and SAG support on every route.




About McClinchy

The ride is named after a founding club member, Stuart McClinchy, who died too young.

For years the ride has been scheduled in March around St. Patrick's Day. Yes, it can be cold and wet then! If we are lucky (like the Irish), our new date in April will be warm and dry.

BIKES Club is supporting the community-based Ride to Remember Oso on March 19.

How far is a McClinchy Mile? As far as you want to go on a beautiful spring day. We always offer route options, and you can decide on the day of the ride what works for you.

The McClinchy Mile supports recreational bicycling, advocacy, and bike-related local grants through B.I.K.E.S. Club of Snohomish County.



McClinchy Mile Supporters

     
  Arlington Velo Sport
 
     Oso Ride to Remember Bike Ride


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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