Rides and Events

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!

Local Weekly Group Rides and Events

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.

Day Start Time Description Location Phone

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

Upcoming Cycling Events

Some of these events require fund-raising to benefit charitable organizations. Call for further information.

Date Event Name Location Description Phone

Aug 18, 2018

CF Cycle for life

The REACH Museum 1945 Columbia Park Trail Richland, WA

Cycle for Life is a nationwide, one-day bicycle event where riders turn their passion for cycling into a fight against cystic fibrosis. Get your wheels in motion for the 8th annual Cycle for Life! Date: 8/18/2018 Check-in: 6:00 AM Start Time: 7:00 AM Route Mileages: 23, 47, 65, & 80 Miles Chapter: Washington Chapter Event Location: The Reach Museum , Richland, WA Event Coordinator Name: Amie Lerch Event Coordinator Email: alerch@cff.org Event Coordinator Phone: (509) 430-0455 Fundraising Minimum: $165.00

(509) 430-0455

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 5, 2018

LIV/Giant Demo Chamna Nature Preserve

Chamna Nature Preserve Richland

Liv Women’s Demo & Grill Out at Chamna with Scott’s Cycle and Sports & Wild at Heart 3:00pm to 8:00pm Join Liv Cycling, Scott’s Cycle and Sports & Wild at Heart for a fun and free public event for women (and Giant Bicycles will be there for the dudes)! A special opportunity to experience the different types of Liv bikes on the familiar trails and roads around Chamna Natural Preserve. GRILL & CHILL... The guys from Scott’s Cycle and Sports and the girls from Wild at Heart welcome you to come and spend a relaxing evening riding AWESOME BIKES, enjoying hamburgers and hot dogs fresh from the GRILL and the chance to CHILL with music and “bike-minded” friends! PHOTO ID & CREDIT CARD are required to demo our bikes. HELMET & SHOES: Please bring your helmet and shoes, we can provide pedals. RIDE TIME: Try as many bikes as you like, we just ask to keep your ride around 30-45 minutes. AGE REQUIREMENT: Must be 18 years of age or older to demo. If under 18 years of age you

(509) 374-8424

Sep 16, 2018

LIV Autumn Harvest

Sinks Trail

Join us for a special Liv event - as we squeeze the most out of summer and begin to welcome fall with an all-ladies mountain bike ride and shuttle at Sinks Trail! With the sweet smell of pine needles and the cooler temps of late summer, the trails will be perfect for some freewheeling FUN!! Bring your swim suit too- because at the end of the trail is Jubilee Lake and the famous ROPE SWING that calls for a refreshing plunge into the cool clear water!! MEETING TIME: 11:00 AM MEETING LOCATION: Sinks Trailhead MAP: https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/umatilla/recarea/?recid=57003 DIRECTIONS: From Weston, Oregon: Travel 20 miles east of Weston on Highway 204. Turn left (north) onto Forest Service Road 64 and drive for 9 miles. When you come to Forest Service Road 63 turn right and go approximately 9 more miles. On your left will be Forest Service Road 6307. Park at the gate. PLEASE NOTE: Make sure to check directions on the map BEFORE attempting the drive- there is no cell

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