The club hosts four rides per week. Below are general descriptions of the rides. Length and route will vary by week and we are always open for suggestions!

Saturday: You never know what to expect on this ride.  The route and pace will change based on who shows up and what people want.  But, this tends to be a harder ride (18+ MPH average) with a minimum route of 30 miles.  However, if you don’t split from the group early, it is usually 50-60 miles.  And, we frequently have people on the way back desiring another segment to add for additional miles (can easily turn into a 100+ day if you want it to).

Start/Pick-up Times:

  • 9:00 AM at Northwest Bikes
  • 9:10 AM at Bindlestick

Route: Typical routes are out the Middle Fork (about 50 miles round trip from the ridge, 35-40 from Bindlestick) or out to the barn in Carnation (about 50 miles round trip, 60+ if we go up Union Hill).  We combine the loops if desiring 80+.  The blue bridge by Remlinger is typically the short day if the weather is bad or you only have 2 hours (about 30 miles round trip).


Sunday Social: This ride is always easy and we tend to get a lot of variety of riders.  This is meant to be a social ride (recovery or a pace you can talk to each other).

Start/Pick-up Times:

  • 9:00 AM at Northwest Bikes
  • 9:10 AM at Bindlestick

Route: Typical route is out the Middle Fork (about 50 miles round trip from the ridge, 35-40 from Bindlestick).  It sometimes will change if there is bad weather.


Wednesday Tokul Loop:  It is designed on a short loop so that everyone can go at their own pace with a goal of getting some fitness (harder work) in.  The shorter loop makes it easy to get back on or regroup at the end.  We typically all ride back very easy up to No Boat for a beer (or root beer) at the end.

Start/Pick-up Times:

  • 5:50 PM at Northwest Bikes on Center Blvd on the Ridge
    • If you haven’t checked out their shop, get there 15 minutes early.  It is awesome!   Also, you get discounts/deals as a member here as they are one of our top sponsors.  Get familiar with them and support them as they support you.

  • 6:00 PM at Bindlestick in Snoqualmie (coffee shop almost directly across the street from the railroad station)

Route:  We cross over the single lane bridge on to millpond and do clockwise loops around Tokul
(about a 5-6 mile loop).  We typically do 3 loops (on occasion 2 if the weather is bad or if you are going at a slower pace).  This takes no more than an hour when we meet back at the bridge back into downtown Snoqualmie and on to the climb up Snoqualmie Ridge to No Boat at the top of the hill.  We usually arrive between 7:30 and 8.

Thursday Gravel Grinders: 

 
TBD