Sunday 28th April 2019
Haller Park: 1100 West Ave, Arlington, United States
It’s “Island Time” for McClinchy Mile participants. Organizers of the 37th annual bike ride are collaborating this year with another longstanding local event, the Camano Climb.
Camano Island is just a bridge away from Stanwood, but a world away from the hustle and bustle of typical bike rides and busy roads.
Loops of 33, 50, 68 or 100 miles - Fresh food stops and friendly SAG support on all routes.
Register in advance and save $$. Day-of ride registration will cost $10 more.
Take home a cool commemorative bandanna for the first 250 registered riders.
$10 Discount for BIKES members and North Puget Sound Bike Alliance members. Enter the code at check-out. Only available with pre-registration.
Our road routes are not recommended for children under age 14 due to traffic and safety concerns. Families are encouraged to join us instead for a FREE family ride on the Centennial Trail the day before. More information on our website.
Check-in and day-of registration between 7 and 10 a.m.
33, 68 and 100-mile riders check in at Haller Park, Arlington.
50-mile Camano-only riders check in at Stanwood Middle School.
All routes close at 4:30 p.m.
Download RideWithGPS maps or print PDF maps from BIKES' website. Printed maps also available at the event start and all routes are marked with Dan Henrys.
B.I.K.E.S. Club of Snohomish County
PO Box 5242, Everett
Phone: 425 412-7030