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PUYALLUP CYCLOPATH 2012 RIDE SCHEDULE

 

May12:         Carbon River Entrance to Mt. Rainier (Orting à South Prairie à Wilkeson à Carbonado à Carbon River Entrance à back) (~58 miles round trip)         

May 26:        Alder Lake Loop (Orting à Eatonville à Alder Lake à back)(~55 miles round trip)

June 9:          Skate Creek Loop (near Ashford à Nisqually Entrance to Mt Rainier à Paradise à Box Canyon à Backbone Ridge à Ohanapecosh à Packwood à Skate Creek Road à back to where we started near Ashford)(~80 miles)

June 23:        Triple-By-Pass (reverse) (Bottom of Cayuse Pass (south side) à White Pass à Naches à Chinook Pass à Cayuse Pass) (~115 miles)

June 30         Sunrise Double/Triple Climb (Turnoff to Crystal Mountain à Sunrise turnoff à climb to Sunrise à descend –> climb to Sunrise again à back to Crystal Mountain starting point) (~ 50 miles or 70 miles depending on whether we climb Sunrise two or three times)

July 8:            Granfondo Axel Merckx: this is a 100 mile race/ride in Penticton, Canada (info: http://www.granfondoaxelmerckx.com/granfondo )

July 14:         Cyclopath Reverse RAMROD (Orting à around Mt Rainier clockwise à back to Orting) (~155 miles)

July 26:         RAMROD (~155 miles)

Aug 5:            Hurricane Ridge (exact ride to be determined, but we will go up Hurricane Ridge outside of Port Angeles)

Aug 18:         Cyclopath “Courage Classic” In One Day (North Bend à Snoqualmie Pass à Cle Elum à Blewett Pass à Leavenworth à Stevens Pass à Skykomish) (~170 miles) (* this ride will have a “sag wagon” accompanying us)

Sep 1:                        Windy Ridge (Mt St Helens) (Randle à Windy Ridge à Randle)(~65 miles; ~6000’ of climbing)

Sep 9:                        Mt Baker Hill Climb (this is a race; 24 miles; 4200’ of climbing)

 

* ~June 2:    Chinook Pass “Snow” Ride (Turnoff to Crystal Mountain à Cayuse Pass à Chinook  Pass à down other side of Chinook Pass à back up Chinook Pass à down to Cayuse Pass à back to cars)(~40-50 miles)(we do this when the road is first opened over Chinook Pass; can be cold, lots of snow (not on road); really beautiful)

*** All rides are “weather permitting”; all rides scheduled on a Saturday with Sunday as a “back up”