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Sunday, April 28, 2024

Event goes on rain or shine (or snow!). Sorry, no refunds

Helmets are required while riding. Don't forget yours! Riders must follow all traffic laws.

Check-in at Stanwood Middle School

9405 271st, Stanwood, WA.

7 to 8 a.m. Check-in for Century Riders Only - 103 miles

8 to 10:30 a.m. Check-in for 65 miles or fewer

Registered riders must check in at Stanwood Middle School on the day of the ride. You will get a race bib to attach to your clothing. The bib tells our SAG drivers and food stop volunteers that you are official participants - please wear it visibly throughout the day.

Your bib has a detachable tag which you present at SAAL Brewing for your choice of tacos after (or during?) your ride.  

Restrooms, coffee and tea will be available at the start. Arlington VeloSport will have a bike mechanic on site to help with minor issues or last minute needs.

Souvenir bike caps for sale at the school for $21 each (tax included). Celebrate our 40th year.

The first 200 registrants will get a 40th edition neck gator at check-in.

Ride Start Times

This is not a mass start event. Just get your bib, find your friends, and start riding : )

Food stops are open based on riders starting at designated times. If you start early, or late, you may not have appropriate SAG, snacks, or other support. The course closes at 5 p.m. 

Century Riders: Start no later than 8 a.m. to allow yourself plenty of time to enjoy the ride. We open check-in early just for century riders. The course closes  at 5 p.m.  It's a long, hilly 100 miles (with afternoon wind). 

All Riders start no later than 11 a.m. 

Route Options & Maps

Every route is marked on the pavement with colored-coded "Dan Henrys" at all turns. At check-in we will ask what route you expect to ride. For the longer routes, it is easy to cut your ride short if you change your plans along the way. Route options:

  • 103 mile Century
  • 65 mile Metric Century
  • 50 mile Camano Perimeter
  • 35 mile half Camano
  • 15 mil Farms route

Please visit the Maps & Navigation page for route maps and RideWithGPS download information. 

Rest Stop Times & Locations

Our rest stops offer food, water, restrooms, and friendly volunteers. Stops are timed to open and close based on Century riders starting by 8 a.m. and all others starting between 8 and 11 a.m. Do not start early or linger too long.

Bonhoeffer Gardens - First stop for Century riders (blue loop). Open 8 to 10 a.m.

Stanwood Middle School - Food stop open 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Cama Beach State Park - Offers food, a shelter and restrooms. Open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Walter Hutchison County Park - On the south end of the island for Century, Metric and Camano Perimeter riders. Food and porta-potties. Open 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

SAAL Brewing - - Redeem the detachable tab on your ride bib for your choice of tacos and a side. Frosty beverages are on your own. Open 11:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

SAG & Mechanical Support

Make sure your bike is tuned up and in good condition before the ride. Bike mechanics will be at the check-in at Stanwood Middle School and at the Cama Beach rest stop. They may be able to help with minor repairs. Thanks to Arlington Velosport and Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop.

SAG Support:  Volunteer SAG drivers will be roaming the routes to help with flats or transport riders if needed.  Give them a "thumbs up" if you are OK. We will post a SAG coordinator number on the day of the ride - you may call to request assistance. Please be patient as SAG drivers have a lot of rural roads to drive safely.

Call 911 for emergencies. 

Ham radio volunteers will be stationed at each of our food stops to facilitate communications.

Rider Health & Safety

Like other recreational bicycle events, you will be sharing the road with vehicle traffic. We do not recommend this ride for children under 16. Helmets are required while biking, and riders must follow all traffic laws and group riding safety practices - such as

  • yielding the right of way at intersections,
  • sharing the road with vehicles and other riders
  • riding single file when traffic approaches), and
  • ringing a bell or saying "hi" when passing another riders - "on the left."

Please stay home if you feel sick. 

Wash your hands or use hand sanitizer at rest stops before touching food or eating.

B.I.K.E.S. Club is a members-based club. You must be a member to join us on our rides and tours. Our dues are low and are a real bargain. Won't you join us?

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