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September, 2021

Wednesday
1
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NEW RIDER SOCIAL RIDE- ANACORTES

The Skagit Cycle Center - Anacortes is doing “10 miles @ 10 mph” beginner/social rides every Wednesday evening @ 6 PM, during the summer months . The route is the Tommy Thompson Trail and around March Point. Bernie Santiago is the leader. No RSVP necessary.

You may contact her at:

Bernie Santiago
Skagit Cycle Center- Anacortes
bernie@SkagitCycleCenter.com
360-588-8776

Note- These are not Skagit Bicycle Club rides. They are independent rides from Skagit Cycle Center.
Thursday
2
Maiben Park, Burlington, WA
10:00 AM
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Riders of all speeds welcome but less intense than the Monday rides. The intention is that with enough riders everyone can find someone that rides their speed.

Social paced route - https://ridewithgps.com/routes/29870545

Moderate paced route - https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37354508
Saturday
4
Meet at parking lot just North of the Farmer's Market near Gates & Main Streets in Mount Vernon.
9:30 AM
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We'll ride approx 23 miles at a social/moderate pace from MV to Conway and back around the westside. Check out the market afterwards and have a bite to eat.

Jeannette F.
360-840-8230
Monday
6
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NEW LOCATION FOR SEPTEMBER- MARCH POINT PARK & RIDE- ANACORTES

-All Riders still PRE-REGISTER online in this Ride Listing.

-All participants OF ALL PACE GROUPS will assemble at the same start location and time. The Ride Leader will advise the Ride Route and divide the group into Pace Groups: Social / Moderate / Brisk.

-Each Pace Group will have a Pace Leader who can adjust the route as their group desires. Ride routes will be 35ish miles , adjusted +/- by the Pace Leader's group desires.

-Rides continue as “stick together/no map”, but Ride Leaders are encouraged to provide a .pdf map/cue sheet and .gpx in a link in this Ride Listing.

After ride optional snack / lunch / libations and socializing . Ride Leader will advise suggested location at start of ride.
Tuesday
7
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20-25 miles; minimal hills; an easy Social Pace (12 mph avg); rides as a group following the Ride Leader; no route maps. Newer riders and E-Bikes welcome. Rider bike skills and experience sufficient for safe riding on the road is requested. Poor weather cancels (+15mph wind/ constant Rain/ 43 degrees or colder). Sign up on the SBC Website Event Listing required. Potential Club members welcomed.
Wednesday
8
BEERENSTEN BRIDGE - Twin Bridges Marina entrance off Hwy 20
10:30 AM
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BRIDGE SWEEP- WEDNESDAY, SEPT 8, @ 10:30 AM

Hello SBC’ers

Monday rides are returning to March Point for September, and we postponed Bridge Sweep until now, for what may well be the last Bridge Sweep of 2021. We believe we can do the job in 1 1/2 hrs with a fewer number of volunteers and the right equipment. So we will REALLY appreciate those who volunteer for this Bridge Sweep Event! VOLUNTEERS- 10-12 VOLUNTEERS total.

PLEASE CONTACT AND ADVISE IF YOU CAN VOLUNTEER AND/OR SUPPLY SOME EQUIPMENT : Bill Woyski - BWoyski@comcast.net (360) 420-5603 / Steve Jahn stevedianjahn@#gmail.com 425-830-4981

A) I CAN VOLUNTEER
B) I CAN PROVIDE:
-Wheelbarrow
-blower

Thank You. We will likely gather at Bastions Brewing Company (outdoors dining) afterward for a snack / lunch / drink, and celebrate a “job well done” !

THANK YOU FOR VOLUNTEERING-

Bill Woyski - BWoyski@comcast.net (360) 420-5603

Steve Jahn stevedianjahn@#gmail.com 425-830-4981
Wednesday
8
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NEW RIDER SOCIAL RIDE- ANACORTES

The Skagit Cycle Center - Anacortes is doing “10 miles @ 10 mph” beginner/social rides every Wednesday evening @ 6 PM, during the summer months . The route is the Tommy Thompson Trail and around March Point. Bernie Santiago is the leader. No RSVP necessary.

You may contact her at:

Bernie Santiago
Skagit Cycle Center- Anacortes
bernie@SkagitCycleCenter.com
360-588-8776

Note- These are not Skagit Bicycle Club rides. They are independent rides from Skagit Cycle Center.
Thursday
9
Maiben Park, Burlington, WA
10:00 AM
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Riders of all speeds welcome but less intense than the Monday rides. The intention is that with enough riders everyone can find someone that rides their speed.

Moderate paced route - https://ridewithgps.com/routes/37376832

Social paced route - will follow the same route but turn around at Lyman
Monday
13
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NEW LOCATION FOR SEPTEMBER- MARCH POINT PARK & RIDE- ANACORTES

-All Riders still PRE-REGISTER online in this Ride Listing.

-All participants OF ALL PACE GROUPS will assemble at the same start location and time. The Ride Leader will advise the Ride Route and divide the group into Pace Groups: Social / Moderate / Brisk.

-Each Pace Group will have a Pace Leader who can adjust the route as their group desires. Ride routes will be 35ish miles , adjusted +/- by the Pace Leader's group desires.

-Rides continue as “stick together/no map”, but Ride Leaders are encouraged to provide a .pdf map/cue sheet and .gpx in a link in this Ride Listing.

After ride optional snack / lunch / libations and socializing . Ride Leader will advise suggested location at start of ride.
Tuesday
14
Anacortes Marine Tech Center- Adjacent to their parking lot on Seafarers Way and R Ave, Anacortes
10:00 AM
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Tuesday’s Social Ride will depart from the street side of Thrive Fitness, 1609 R Ave. off Seafarer’s Way.

The route travels through downtown then west uptown, and south via the South Hill Trail, around Grandview Cemetery and the southern edge of the city via Spradley Rd., and then again north via M Ave. to 34th and 35th Sts. to the Tommy Thompson Trail (1, below) and around March’s Point (2, below). The ride will continue through Whitmarsh, the Swinomish Casino, and Padilla Heights. Then onto Stevenson Rd. to Reservation Road, the Trestle and the Tommy Thompson Trail with a return to Thrive.

The entire route is about 25 miles with about a 500 ft. elevation gain. For those seeking a shorter ride back to Thrive, good exit points via the Tommy Thompson Trail are 35th St. (1)(approximately 10 miles round trip), and March’s Point (2) (approximately 18 miles).



Ride Leader Walt Farmer
Social gathering afterward at location TBD
Wednesday
15
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NEW RIDER SOCIAL RIDE- ANACORTES

The Skagit Cycle Center - Anacortes is doing “10 miles @ 10 mph” beginner/social rides every Wednesday evening @ 6 PM, during the summer months . The route is the Tommy Thompson Trail and around March Point. Bernie Santiago is the leader. No RSVP necessary.

You may contact her at:

Bernie Santiago
Skagit Cycle Center- Anacortes
bernie@SkagitCycleCenter.com
360-588-8776

Note- These are not Skagit Bicycle Club rides. They are independent rides from Skagit Cycle Center.
Thursday
16
Maiben Park, Burlington, WA
10:00 AM
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Riders of all speeds welcome but less intense than the Monday rides. The intention is that with enough riders everyone can find someone that rides their speed.
Monday
20
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NEW LOCATION FOR SEPTEMBER- MARCH POINT PARK & RIDE- ANACORTES

-All Riders still PRE-REGISTER online in this Ride Listing.

-All participants OF ALL PACE GROUPS will assemble at the same start location and time. The Ride Leader will advise the Ride Route and divide the group into Pace Groups: Social / Moderate / Brisk.

-Each Pace Group will have a Pace Leader who can adjust the route as their group desires. Ride routes will be 35ish miles , adjusted +/- by the Pace Leader's group desires.

-Rides continue as “stick together/no map”, but Ride Leaders are encouraged to provide a .pdf map/cue sheet and .gpx in a link in this Ride Listing.

After ride optional snack / lunch / libations and socializing . Ride Leader will advise suggested location at start of ride.
Tuesday
21
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20-25 miles; minimal hills; an easy Social Pace (12 mph avg); rides as a group following the Ride Leader; no route maps. Newer riders and E-Bikes welcome. Rider bike skills and experience sufficient for safe riding on the road is requested. Poor weather cancels (+15mph wind/ constant Rain/ 43 degrees or colder). Sign up on the SBC Website Event Listing required. Potential Club members welcomed.
Wednesday
22
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NEW RIDER SOCIAL RIDE- ANACORTES

The Skagit Cycle Center - Anacortes is doing “10 miles @ 10 mph” beginner/social rides every Wednesday evening @ 6 PM, during the summer months . The route is the Tommy Thompson Trail and around March Point. Bernie Santiago is the leader. No RSVP necessary.

You may contact her at:

Bernie Santiago
Skagit Cycle Center- Anacortes
bernie@SkagitCycleCenter.com
360-588-8776

Note- These are not Skagit Bicycle Club rides. They are independent rides from Skagit Cycle Center.
Thursday
23
Maiben Park, Burlington, WA
10:00 AM
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Riders of all speeds welcome but less intense than the Monday rides. The intention is that with enough riders everyone can find someone that rides their speed.
Monday
27
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LOCATION FOR SEPTEMBER- MARCH POINT PARK & RIDE- ANACORTES

-All Riders still PRE-REGISTER online in this Ride Listing.

-All participants OF EACH PACE GROUPS will assemble at the same start location and time. The Ride Leader will advise the Ride Route and divide the group into Pace Groups: Moderate & Brisk.

-Each Pace Group will have a Pace Leader who can adjust the route as their group desires. Ride routes will be 35ish miles , adjusted +/- by the Pace Leader's group desires.

-Rides continue as “stick together/no map”, but Ride Leaders are encouraged to provide a .pdf map/cue sheet and .gpx in a link in this Ride Listing.

After ride optional snack / lunch / libations and socializing . Ride Leader will advise suggested location at start of ride.

NOTE
-Social Pace riders are encouraged to participate in rides intended for Social Pace riders.
-The location of this ride will change monthly, to facilitate a variety of ride routes and in consideration of proximity to riders living in various Skagit County locations.
Tuesday
28
Anacortes Marine Tech Center- Adjacent to their parking lot on Seafarers Way and R Ave, Anacortes
10:00 AM
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Less Info
20-25 miles; minimal hills; an easy Social Pace (12 mph avg); rides as a group following the Ride Leader; no route maps. Newer riders and E-Bikes welcome. Rider bike skills and experience sufficient for safe riding on the road is requested. Poor weather cancels (+15mph wind/ constant Rain/ 43 degrees or colder). Sign up on the SBC Website Event Listing required. Potential Club members welcomed.
Wednesday
29
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NEW RIDER SOCIAL RIDE- ANACORTES

The Skagit Cycle Center - Anacortes is doing “10 miles @ 10 mph” beginner/social rides every Wednesday evening @ 6 PM, during the summer months . The route is the Tommy Thompson Trail and around March Point. Bernie Santiago is the leader. No RSVP necessary.

You may contact her at:

Bernie Santiago
Skagit Cycle Center- Anacortes
bernie@SkagitCycleCenter.com
360-588-8776

Note- These are not Skagit Bicycle Club rides. They are independent rides from Skagit Cycle Center.
Thursday
30
Maiben Park, Burlington, WA
10:00 AM
More Info
Less Info
Riders of all speeds welcome but less intense than the Monday rides. The intention is that with enough riders everyone can find someone that rides their speed.