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Skagit Spring Classic - Map/Ride


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  • No Sweat 27 mile Route: This route is mostly flat. It travels through northern Skagit County and around the Samish River. It has scenic views of Padilla Bay and the San Juan Islands. This is a great reason to get your bike out of the garage on a spring day.  View the route in Ride With GPS, Click here.     Click here to print a map & cue sheet.

 

  • Rolling 48: This scenic route is for the social rider or those who are ready to move up to longer distances. The course is about 40% flat and 60% rolling hills. It has scenic views of Padilla Bay and the San Juan Islands. View the route in Ride With GPS, Click here.     Click here to print a map & cue sheet.

 

  • Metric Century: This challenging 64-mile route has great scenery, including the popular Chuckanut Drive with beautiful views of Samish Bay, Lake Samish and 2300 feet in elevation gain.View the route in Ride With GPS, Click here.     Click here to print a map & cue sheet.

 

  • Century: This scenic and challenging route travels through the upper Skagit flats, north up Chuckanut Drive, south to Lake Samish then east to the beautiful area north of Sedro-Woolley and finally a tour around picturesque Samish Island before heading back to the start/finish. Elevation gain is 3689 feet. You must be registered and on course by 8am to do this ride. Why? View the route in Ride With GPS, Click here.     Click here to print a map & cue sheet.