Check this page often for updated listings of all types of cycling events in and around our area. Rides require, at minimum, an appropriate bike in good working order, water, and a helmet. We suggest a spare tube, energy food, maybe a little cash in case we stop, and your biggest smile! Many rides are held subject to weather. It's a good idea to confirm dates, time and any specific requirements, too. We'll see you out there — and have fun!
Join us and other bike clubs on one of these fun rides. Whether you are new to cycling or an old pro, there is a ride that's right for you.
|Saturday @900am||8:00am||Road Bike Group Ride Meeting at Roasters Coffee in Richland. Check Chinook Cycling Club www.chinookcyclingclub.com for details||Roasters Coffee Richland|
|Sunday @9:00am||8:00am||Road Bike Group Ride meeting at Bookwalter Winery in Richland. Check Chinook Cycling Club www.chinookcyclingclub.com for details||Bookwalter Winery Richland|
|Tuesday||5:30-7:00pm ride window for individual roll outs||Local Time Trial Series put on by the Chinook Cycling Club with rotating courses from hill-climb to 40K. Check www.chinookcyclingclub.com for details. Riders start in intervals ride Widows are 5:45-7:00PM and 5:30-7:00pm for 40K distances||Check Chinook Cycling Club website for weekly location and updates|
|Saturday Mornings 8:00am||8:00am||This is a no-drop shop ride with us at Scott's Cycle and Sports Kennewick. Just an easy road ride before we open the shop. Contact Brian Cimmiyotti at Scott's Cycle and Sports for ride details. Because of the lax nature of this ride get on rider list to unsure all information on ride is up to date and any seasonal and weather related cancellations are communicated. Please Text 1-541-371-3303 enter the message "Saturday Morning Ride" to get on list||Scott's Cycle and Sports Kennewick||509-374-8424|
|Check Track Website weekly schedule||BMX gate practice at Columbia Basin BMX Track.||Columbia Basin BMX Track||509-460-0061|
|Tuesday and Thursday evenings 6:00pm||5:55pm route discussion 6:00pm roll out||Meet at Scott's Cycle and Sports Hermiston for a group road ride. Led by Scott Cimmiyotti, Cody Vorhees, Steve Cimmiyotti and the guys at the Hermiston shop. This is a long running group ride that cycles the country roads between Hermiston and Echo. A veriety of courses are used distances range from 20-35 miles. All abilities welcome ride up front with the fast guys or stay back with Scott and ride with the fun guys.||Hermiston Scott's Cycle and Sports||Call Hermiston Shop 1-541-567-1848 for details|
|Sunday Mornings||8:00am||Scott's Cycle and Sports Hermiston Sunday Morning Breakfast ride. Ride with Scott and Crew for an easy ride followed by breakfast at varying local restaurants. Usually Shannon's Place on Main Street or Obies on HWY 395.||Scott's Cycle and Sports Hermiston||541-567-1848|
Some of these events require fund-raising to benefit charitable organizations. Call for further information.
|Apr 28, 2018||Scott's to Scott's||McNary Dam Park for Oregon riders, Scott's Cycle and Sports Kenneiwick for Washington riders||The Annual Scott's to Scott's to ride is April 28th, 2018. This is a free and supported ride put on by our shop Scott's Cycle and Sports. For 2018 we will again have feed zones along the way and lunch at McNary Dam park in Oregon for middle and long course riders. This year we will have three courses to choose from. Short course will be approximately 30 miles, Middle course will be approximately 60 miles and long course will be approximately 80 miles. Riders will have two chooses for start locations. Riders from Oregon can start from McNary Dam at 8am. Riders from Washington can start from Scott's Cycle and Sports in Kennewick. Short course riders will start at Scott's Cycle and Sports in Kennewick. We ask that all riders sign in and out so that we can better provide lunch and feed zone support along with giving us a more accurate rider count.||1-509-374-8424|
|May 12, 2018||Inland Empire Century||Columbia Park Kennewick||Join us May 12, 2018 on a great ride, the Inland Empire Century (IEC). Routes skirt the Columbia and Yakima rivers - through parks and over bridges - and return to the traditional route in the Horse Heaven Hills. Ride options are from an easy 25 miles to challenging 50, 75 or 100 mile tours. All routes showcase the scenic beauty of the lower Yakima/Columbia River valley with its vineyards, wheat fields and fruit orchards.|
|May 13, 2018||Cyclofemme||Scott's Cycle and Sports Hermiston||May 13th we ride together! Join women around the globe as we band together on bikes to set a movement in motion. This is a ride for all ages and skills. Dust off those bikes and bring the family. To learn more about the ride visit Scott's Cycle Women's Wednesdays. (http://facebook.com/scottscyclewomenswednesdays) Historically, the bicycle has brought women together through community and a profound will to make lives better. CycloFemme (http://cyclofemme.com) encourages women and girls to discover the power of the bicycle and ride together. CycloFemme also partners with World Bicycle Relief (http://worldbicyclerelief.org) an organization dedicated to empowering people by providing bicycles.WHEN: Sunday, May 13th. Rally at 12:00. Ride at 1:00 WHERE: Scott's Cycle Hermiston RALLY POINT: Scott's parking lot. RIDE DETAILS: A short loop of parks in Hermiston. We will have two routes planned an easy route and a very easy route. DIFFICULTY: All ages and all skills. Family friendly||1-509-374-8424|
|Jun 16, 2018||Gravel Grinder Classic||Easterday Farms||The event will start and end at Easterday Farms showcasing the beautiful Easterday Farm countryside. With two distances to choose from 30 mile "Goose Gap" and 22-ish mile "Fury Road". Enjoy courtesy aid stations along the way as well as a lunch at the end for all participants and fun for the whole family! Bring your whole crew and ride through the highest heights southeastern Washington has to offer. The Dirty Dozen Gravel Grinder Classic is the Northwest's Premiere Mountain/Cyclocross event!|
|Aug 5, 2018||Ride Number One of Ultra Mega Series||Harris County Park||Ride Number One: Sunday August 5th meet ready to ride 9:00am @ Harris Park. Distance: 28 miles Route: Harris Park-South Fork crossing-Elbow Creek-Lincton Mt Road-Tolgate Mountain Chalet-Weston/Elgin HWY-Tolgate Store-McItyre Road-Target Meadows Campground-Burnt Carbin Trail-South Fork Six Mile Bridge-Return on South Fork to Harris Park Loop||1-541-371-3303|
|Aug 19, 2018||Ride Number Two of Ultra Mega Series||Harris County Park||Ride Number Two: Sunday August 19th meet ready to ride 9:00am @ Harris Park. Distance 33 miles Route: Harris Park-South Fork Trail-Bear Creek Trail-Saddle/Plane Wreck-North Fork Trail-Rd 6512-Top of Bear Creak-Back to Saddle/Plane Wreck-Down Bear Creek Decent-Return on South Fork to Harris Park Loop||1-541-371-3303|
|Sep 2, 2018||Ride Number Three of Ultra Mega Series||Harris County Park||Ride Number Three: Sunday September 2rd meet ready to cordinate shuttle to south end of Umatilla Rim 7:00am @ Harris Park. Distance 65 miles Route: Summit RD-RD 3150 until road termination-2 mile connector to Umatilla Rim Trail/Buck Mountain Trail at Wilderness Boundary Intersection-Umatilla Rim Trail-Horseshoe Prairie-Snowmobile Trail Connector Trail-Eagle Ridge Trail-Looking Glass Creek Bridge-Luger Trail-RD 6306-RD 63-Sinks Trail-Jubilee Lake-RD 64-RD 6403-Mottet Campground-Rough Fork Trail-South Fork Trail-Harris Park Point to Point||1-541-371-3303|
|Sep 15, 2018||Dirty Dozen Cycling Classic||Richland Country Mercantile 5015 Ava Way, Richland, WA 99352||This is the 4th annual Dirty Dozen Road Cycling Classic. It is a road cycling event featuring a "dozen" of the best climbs the Tri-Cities offers. There will be 4 distance options: 20 miles, 45 miles, 75 miles and introducing the Century (100 miles)! This is the perfect opportunity to challenge yourself whatever level you are at. This will be a fully supported event with aid stations along the way. Food will be provided at the end along with medals, prizes, swag bags and lots of goodies!|
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