Preregistration has closed for this event. You can still ride! Please show up to the start at least 30 minutes early to get registered. Bring cash or a check to pay the non-preregistration cost below.
If you have not preregistered, but hope to sleep in an SIR-provided bed, please contact the ride organizer ASAP. We rent rooms based on preregistrations and may not have enough in the event of unexpected same-day registrations.
Cost of this brevet is:
$75 with online preregistration and prepayment before Saturday, May 25, at 8 PM.
$95 for non-preregistered riders; that is, those who register and pay at the start.
Come join us on June 1 for the 2019 SIR Spring 600K, Whether your cycling goals for this season include a full brevet series, Paris-Brest-Paris or just a few long rides, we think you will like this ride.
Start at 6 AM at Starbucks 1962 1st Ave S Seattle, WA 98134
Please arrive early to get signed in.
To find unrestricted parking nearby, please see the interactive Seattle parking map: http://web6.seattle.gov/sdot/seattleparkingmap/
There appears to be some unrestricted parking on the west side of 3rd Ave S between S Holgate St. AND S Stacy St., as well as other locations nearby.
This year’s Spring 600K will be a revision of the classic Tahuya Hills route, providing a great approximation of the kind of repeating climbs found on the PBP.
Cue sheet on Google drive
RWGPS and cue sheets finalized 5/29 06:29.
There will be drop bag service
to the overnight control in Elma. Please keep bags small as a courtesy to the volunteers.
Additional details to note:
- Climbing a little less than 10K ft over 375 km on the first day to help your chances of rest at the overnight in Elma
- Shared beds for preregistered riders provided at the Elma StayBeyond (formerly GuestHouse) Inn & Suites
- We cannot guarantee you a shared bed if you don't preregister
- Free priority boarding for you and your bike on a WSDOT-funded ferry from the Bainbridge finish to Seattle on Sunday.
- Pre-ride report: http://blog.seattlerando.org/?p=1431
This will count as a 600km qualifying brevet for Paris-Brest-Paris.
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.
RUSA membership is not required, but is strongly recommended, especially if you are using this ACP 600K to qualify for Paris-Brest-Paris.