Ride is July 13-14

Seattle to Portland
Ride 206 miles in one or two days on the Kaiser Permanente Seattle to Portland Bicycle Classic presented by Alaska Airlines. If you register by June 17, your rider packet will be mailed to your primary address on June 28.
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A dip in the fountains at the finish line is an STP tradition for hot riders.
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RSVP is 75% sold out

Multiday Century

Registration Now Open

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6,700 ft. 190.00 mi.
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A rider cruises on a flat gravel path past Puget Sound, with marsh flora in the background.

Multiday Tour

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7,550 ft. 124.00 mi.
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Riders zoom along a multi-use trail next to a river and a line of tall trees.

Single Day Ride

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370 ft. 20.00 mi.
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Two sets of riders on tandem bicycles pedal past beautiful fall trees

Single Day Ride

Registration Now Open

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Free Group Rides

Free Group Rides are available 365 days a year, and our certified ride leaders offer a variety of locations, paces, and terrains for you to ride across the Puget Sound region.

  • Many pace options
  • Terrains of all kinds
  • All over the Puget Sound area
  • Every day
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Kid with helmet on a scooter with dad on bike.

Support Our Work

Your support enables us to continue advocating for trails and policies that make our city streets safer; ensures community rides are accessible and affordable; and allows us to educate youth and adults through low-cost classes about how to ride and maintain their bikes.

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Join the club! Become a member today and save on rides, classes, and more.

Become a Member

Cascade’s membership unlocks adventure, community, and advocacy for a better bicycling world. Become a member today and connect with 9,500 members! Get discounts on rides and classes, as well as access to an early, member-only registration for our biggest rides.

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Thumbs up if you like biking everywhere

Thank You for Biking Everywhere! Now Let’s Speak up for Biking

  • Bike Everywhere Day (May 17) was a huge success. Smiling people pedaled to our Celebration Stations in Seattle, Redmond, West Seattle and across Washington state in celebration of Bike Everywhere Month presented by Microsoft.
  • Now we must turn pedal power into political power. Join me at Seattle City Hall on June 4 and tell the City Council that bike infrastructure is fundamental to our transportation future.
Tyler Vasquez

Tyler Vasquez

30 May 2024
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big skies, windswept wheat fields and wide open roads

Wheels in the Wheatlands: a Walla Walla Bike Tour Photo Album

  • 200 people joined Cascade for three days of bicycling, socializing, exploration, and wine tasting amidst the rolling hills, lush vineyards, and windswept wheatlands of southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon.
  • Scroll through our Walla Walla Tour photo album to see the big smiles, blue skies, and verdant landscapes of Walla Walla country in springtime. 
Riding my electric cargo bike is my favorite thing

Paul Tolmé

22 May 2024
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Cyclist with Safe Routes Through Georgetown sign

The Seattle Transportation Levy: Join us at council hearings to advocate for safe biking

  • Together, our advocacy added bike investments totalling $114 million in the Mayor's Proposed Levy. We need to secure the $114 million and push for more. 
  • The City Council now has 6 weeks to finalize the proposal before voting it onto the November Seattle ballot for voters to get their say. Sign up to join us at upcoming public hearing dates on the Seattle Transportation Levy to make sure Council knows biking investments matter and should not be cut.
  • Read below for a reminder of where Council members stood on biking when they were on the campaign trail last year. (hint: they all said they support biking)
Tyler Vasquez

Tyler Vasquez

16 May 2024