It’s “Island Time” for McClinchy Mile participants. Organizers of the 37th annual bike ride are collaborating this year with another longstanding local event, the Camano Climb.
Camano Island is just a bridge away from Stanwood, but a world away from the hustle and bustle of typical bike rides and busy roads.
Loops of 33, 40, 50, 68 or 100 miles - Fresh food stops and friendly SAG support on all routes.
Register in advance and save $$. Day-of ride registration will cost $10 more.
Take home a cool commemorative bandanna for the first 250 registered riders.
$10 Discount for BIKES members and North Puget Sound Bike Alliance members. Enter the code at check-out. Only available with pre-registration.
Our road routes are not recommended for children under age 14 due to traffic and safety concerns. Families are encouraged to join us instead for a FREE family ride on the Centennial Trail the day before. More information on our website.
Event details and schedule
Check-in and day-of registration between 7 and 10 a.m.
33, 68 and 100-mile riders check in at Haller Park, Arlington.
40 and 50-mile Camano-only riders check in at Stanwood Middle School.
All routes close at 4:30 p.m.
Download RideWithGPS maps or print PDF maps from BIKES' website. Printed maps also available at the event start and all routes are marked with Dan Henrys.