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The Sequim Sunday Riders

The Sequim Sunday Riders is a group that meets every Sunday morning at the entrance to the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge. Known unofficially as the Sunday Ride Group, it's simply the riders who happen to participate on any given Sunday.  It isn't a formal organization and, like many cycling groups on the Olympic Peninsula (the OP), it has two central [...]

Riding the Ridge

The road up Hurricane Ridge is one of the iconic cycling routes in Washington. It’s the only one where you can ride from sea level to nearly a mile high in just 20 miles. During the summer season (May 1 through October 15) the road is open 24 hours every day of the week, meaning you can tackle the challenge [...]

Bicycling Courtesy

We’re passionate about cycling here on the Olympic Peninsula. Whether it’s heading out for a leisurely ride on the local scenic byways, exploring a new single-track mountain bike trail, or wandering on two wheels for hours down a hard-packed dirt or gravel road, we can easily get carried away with the sheer joy and excitement of the ride! But we [...]

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