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Spring Populaire

Start the 2019 season with our 100 km Populaire Ride. Bring your friends.

Come ride with us and find out what randonneuring is about. The ride is free. We’ll give you a route sheet (cue sheet). There will be tips to help you follow the route sheet as well. The ride will start and end in Seattle. The route will travel south through Seattle to Leschi and over the I-90 Bridge east to Issaquah. From Issaquah we’ll turn south and head into more rural King County. At Maple Valley we’ll hop on the Cedar River trail for a fast flat (a bit of downhill) ride to Renton where you’ll get onto Lake Washington Blvd. Unlike many of our rides in the Seattle metro area there are no monster hills to climb on this route.

The ride begins at 9:00 A.M. Please arrive between 8:00 and 8:50 A.M. to get signed in. New riders should arrive no later than 8:30 A.M. to sign in and get oriented.

Preregistration is free and helps us immensely to plan this event. Please preregister online using the button to the right.

RWGPS link coming soon.

Start: Woodland Park Soccer Field Parking Lot (5200 Block of Green Lake Way North, Seattle, WA 98103).
There is a large parking lot and restrooms.

Finish: Zeek's Pizza on Phinney Ridge (6000 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103).
 
When:
Saturday, March 9, 2019, 9:00 AM
Where:
Woodland Park Soccer Field Parking Lot
5200 Block of Green Lake Way No. Seattle

Contact:
Andy Speier
206-799-4139
Category:
2019 Brevet Schedule
Registration is recommended
Membership: Not required
Lights: Not required
Fenders: Not required but you’ll make more friends if you have them
Tools: This is an unsupported ride. You are expected to be able to
be self-sufficient in the event you get a flat tire or need to perform a routine repair on your bicycle.
No Fee