Sequim Spoke Folk Ride

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  • The Sequim Spoke Folk ride is every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday (mostly without regard to weather). It starts at the Sequim Community Church (no affiliation) parking lot on North 5th Ave in Sequim, near Old Olympic Highway. Roll-out is 9:30 a.m. sharp. The primary routes followed average 20+ miles each, with slight to moderate elevation gain, over local roads between Sequim and Blyn to the east or Agnew out west. The group rides at a moderate pace, with brief stops along the way to re-group—they don’t drop any riders! At the mid-way point on each ride, they’ll take an extended break for refreshments and chat.

    Sequim Spoke Folk Ride Olympic Peninsula cycling event

    One of the Spoke Folk trips to ride around Victoria, BC

    Occasionally, they will alter the route some and every so often  may decide to have a “Fat Tire Friday” when they dust off their mountain bikes and head for a local trail. And they do several out-of-area rides each year including trips to Whidbey Island or Victoria, British Columbia, or elsewhere.

    Every so often they also like to challenge themselves selves so they will tackle the Hurricane Ridge route or add miles to one of the primary routes.

    For information on their regular rides or other Spoke Folk activities, check the route and ride listings here on the OPBA website, or the OPBA Facebook Page, or contact Tom Coonelly, at [email protected] or on 360-681-7053.

  • Region: Northeast
    Cost: FREE
    Host: Tom Coonelly
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