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Spring Classic 2021 Update





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The Daffodils in Skagit Valley (March 2021) herald the coming of Spring!


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Spring Classic Will Be a Warm One, Bring bottles! We will have plenty of water at each rest stop so have a container to fill.


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Bike Buddies Forum                                            Covid Ride Policy

Interest Discussion Forums                                                            COVID Policy 2021     Small Group Rides 2021                           

                                                                                          2021.How to Register for Small Group Rides

 



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"Rider Alert" Quick Notices are used by members to convey time-sensitive information concerning club rides, events, and activities, such as ride cancellations or spontaneous activities. To access the site, (1) Click on the "Rider Alert" button above, then click on any topic of interest.


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Ride The Beautiful Skagit Valley:


Skagit County Washington is a wonderful place located halfway between Seattle and Vancouver, BC. The first view of Skagit County, as one heads north on I-5, is the valley of the Skagit River as it flows off the Cascade Mountains in the east and heads for the Salish Sea to the west. The valley floor that spreads out before you is a lush agricultural landscape with flat, lightly traveled roads. In the spring, the valley is famous for the tulips raised here, http://www.tulipfestival.org/. As the seasons progress, berries and potatoes bloom across the valley. This all provides a beautiful backdrop for a bicycle ride. Read more... ..
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