The 31st Annual Skagit Spring Classic is back better than ever on May 13, 2023. Make your plans now to come out and enjoy the quiet country roads of the beautiful Skagit Valley with a few hundred of your cycling friends.
Pre-registration: $70 per adult rider / Children 15 years and
younger $20 per rider
"Day of" registration: $80/per adult rider / Children 15 years
and younger $25 per rider
Registration: To pre-register, see below:
• To register online click here, Active.com
• Or by old-fashioned mail, Paper Registration
Please note: Once you have registered and paid, no
refund is available unless COVID forces cancellation - we have
already spent your money to support the event -- but
thank you for your donation!
We welcome "Day of" Registration at the school from
7:00 am until 11:00 am. Cash, checks or credit cards accepted.
A $2 surcharge will charged for credit cards.
Venue: Start/Finish, Bayview Elementary School, Burlington, WA.
15241 Josh Wilson Rd
Burlington, WA 98233
Brief Description of Ride:
Skagit Bicycle Club's 31st Annual Skagit Spring Classic Bicycle Ride tours through beautiful northern Skagit and southern Whatcom County. Enjoy quiet country roads that are flat in the valley but climb up Chuckanut Drive on longer routes winding through forest land with beautiful marine views of the Salish Sea.
Routes: Download maps & cue sheets and GPS tracks by clicking the buttons below:
The Ride includes:
Please note that:
- Four great route options
- Spring Classic Bike Socks
- Rest stops include an almost endless supply of our
Famous Homemade Cookies and other goodies to keep you fueled for the ride
SAG support during the ride
- The traditional Skagit Spring Classic "spaghetti dinner"
- A coupon for a free beverage at Farmstrong Brewery
- All Food and Rest Stops are Closed at 4:00 pm
- ANSI OR SNELL HELMET IS REQUIRED FOR PARTICIPATION IN THIS RIDE
- Riders who wish to complete a Century must be on course by 8am! Why?
Ebikes will be welcomed to participate.
COVID Policy and COVID Cancellation Policy:
The Skagit Bicycle Club will be undertaking a number of safety practices to reduce risk of COVID during this event including the following:
- Hand washing stations and hand sanitizer will be available at the start/finish and at rest stops.
- At rest stops food will be served to participants rather than participants picking up food.
- Water bottles will be filled for participants rather many people filling bottles.
- Other safety procedures based on state health department recommendations.
The ride will only be cancelled for COVID if we are directed to do so by state or local officials. Full refunds will be made if a cancellation occurs 2 weeks or more before May 7. If a cancellation is imposed after that, refunds will be prorated based upon expenses the Club has incurred that cannot be recoup.
Who the Ride Supports:
Your participation in the Skagit Spring Classic will help support several non-profits that make our community great for recreation, adventure, fitness and our youth. Skagit Bicycle Club members nominate and vote each year on our endowments to support local groups. As we have for many years, we will be supporting the Skagit Special Olympics.
Questions: Click here to contact us.