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Skagit Spring Classic

Saturday, May 10, 2014 @ 7:00 AM

Time to mark your ride calendar with this year’s 24rd Annual Spring Classic! With so much positive feedback regarding last year’s ride we completely changed the course, but then we thought about it and switched it back, but then there was a short coup resulting in some minor changes.. but I digress.. . People that pre-register ($35) will receive a Spring Classic T-Shirt. Needless to say these shirts will look awesome.

2014 Spring Classic pint glasses will also be available for sale at registration. Supplies are limited and will be sold first come first serve. Before you ask and I know you will. .  The ONLY way to reserve a glass is to get to registration early, pay for it, and take it to your car.

You can pre-register by using Active (deadline 5/8/14) or by downloading our registration form and mailing it in with a check. (must be postmarked by 5/2/14)

Prices:
Pre-Register: Road Ride w/ T-shirt - $35
Day of Registration -$40

Active Registration is open !

Mail in Registration Must be Postmarked 5/2/14

Start Time: 7:00 AM

Venue: Bayview Elementary School- Start/Finish

Address:
15241 Josh Wilson Rd
Burlington, WA 98233

Brief Description:
Skagit Bicycle Club's 24th Annual Skagit Spring Classic Bicycle Ride Courses TBD

May 10, 2014
Starting Point: Bayview Elementary School - Burlington, Washington Driving Directions

This year's ride through northern Skagit and southern Whatcom Counties features splendid rural forest and marine views.

Ride includes:


Registration open from: 7:00 am to 11:00 am

Food and Rest Stops are Closed at 4pm

Riders that wish to complete a century must be on course by 8am ! Why?

ANSI OR SNELL HELMET IS REQUIRED FOR PARTICIPATION IN THIS RIDE

Your participation in the Skagit Spring Classic will help support several not-for-profit organizations that make bicycling in our community great for recreation, adventure, transportation, fitness and our youth. Skagit Bicycle Club members nominate and vote each year on our endowments to support local bike riding. Thank you.



Questions ? Email us ! Jamie@SkagitSpringClassic.org