Registration opens Thursday, June 9 at 12:01 AM (Pacific Time).
To register online: sign in to your SIR member account. Don't have one? Create one. It's free!
Once you login the Register button will be visible on the right side of this page (or bottom for mobile browsers).
Advance registration is required — we cannot accommodate same-day registration.
Membership: All riders must have current RUSA and SIR memberships (you'll enter your RUSA number during registration). Don't have a RUSA membership? Join here (or renew if your RUSA membership has expired). Allow a few days in advance for RUSA verification.
Online registration is open until Wednesday, July 6 at 11:59 PM (Pacific Time).
Ride cost is $15 paid online at the time of registration.
Registration has closed for this event. We cannot accommodate same-day registration at this time.
The online registration includes signing a responsibility waiver using the same SmartWaiver system used for RUSA Permanents.
YOU MUST SUBMIT A COMPLETED WAIVER IN ORDER TO START THE RIDE
Please see the SIR Pandemic Plan
for our COVID-19 protocols. These protocols apply to this event and future rides for an indefinite time period.
Start at 7 AM from Wilmot Gateway Park 17301 131st Ave NE, Woodinville
. Please arrive early to get signed in.
Recommended parking is at the Woodinville Park & Ride 17800 140th Ave NE, Woodinville
Note: The Haggen’s Market near the Woodinville Park & Ride has an early morning café and restrooms.
We start with going up Woodinville Duvall Road right from the start. This seems rude for so early in the ride, but it’ll be over shortly. Pay attention, you are not going to Duvall. Around mile 7 you will make a left across Woodinville Duvall Road onto 222nd Way and after a mile in a residential neighborhood you will take a little sneaky dirt path through to Echo Lake. Grab the control once you get back on a road. On the pre ride, the trail was muddy and there is the remnant of a downed tree that many will be forced to dismount and walk over. It should dry out a little by the time of the ride. From there, it is rural roads we are used to as you head to Monroe. Then it is up Woods Creek Road to Lake Roesigner. Note, at Mile 37 there is a reroute due to a closed bridge. The reroute keeps us heading through Granite Falls where the perennial Rando favorite McDonalds/Chevron combo awaits. There is nice country riding from Granite Falls around Finn Settlement Road towards Big Lake. Catch the control on your way back at the fire station. Work around to Lake McMurray and onto the trail, go up and over Alpe de Centenial to Snohomish. Words of caution on the trail. One, lots of people are on the trail on the weekend, be a good neighbor. Two, on the pre ride the grass had been cut and dry grass was all over the trail. The piled dry grass can be slippery, watch out. I would hate for you to have to tell your friends you crashed on grass. From Snohomish you start on Broadway but take a left on Connolly Road. Get the control at Bob’s Corn, then say a little curse as you forget how steep the first part of Fales Road is. Pass through the light at Maltby/Paradise and take the common route to Woodinville. Earn points by out sprinting your riding companions to the Chevron at the top of 156th. Come down the hill and take a left on NE 190th, roll past the smelly recycling station and finish at 20 Corners Brewing.
You won’t go hungry on this ride. There are food options everywhere. This list is non inclusive but standouts are:
- Monroe - Mile 21
- Lake Roesiger Store - Mile 35
- Granite Falls - Mile 43
- Bryant Store - Miles 60 and 83
- Arlington - Mile 57 and 87
- Snohomish - Mile 108
- Paradise Chevron Mile – 118
Lights and reflective gear are required for this ride. At the start, have your front and rear lights on the bike and wear your reflective vest and ankle bands.
Route and Cuesheet
Printed cuesheets will not be available at the start. You may choose to print your own. To print the cuesheet from the route page
, click the More
button, then select Print Cuesheet