2019 date: saturday, june 1
Saturday, June 2, 2018
Flying Wheels weaves its way through Western Washington’s Snoqualmie Valley. This fertile valley is home to many organic farms producing some of the area’s highest quality produce, meats, and cheeses. You will spend your day rolling from the valley floor to the ridges that define this beautiful place, a peaceful getaway not far from the city.
The route includes beautiful rural riding, scenic views, well stocked rest stops and plenty of climbing to get you in shape for the rest of your summer riding season.
Route options: 47, 67, or 100 miles.
The ride ends with a Finish Line Festival in King County's Marymoor Park featuring bike-themed exhibitors and a Fremont Brewing beer garden.
Who does your registration support?
Did you know Flying Wheels is a fundraiser? Your Flying Wheels ride registration makes Washington a better place for people riding bikes:
- You are championing better and safer bicycle infrastructure.
- You are providing bicycle education programs for children, families, school groups, and everyone else who wants to ride a bike.
- You are empowering youth from diverse communities through the Major Taylor Project.
- You are making it possible for Cascade to offer over 2,500 free group rides every year.
- Ultimately, you are getting more people on bikes.
Our events are made possible with support from the local communities through which we ride. In addition to supporting Cascade’s programs, your registration fee helps Cascade give back to these communities and the organizations that thrive there. We’re grateful for all their continued support.
Thank you to our partners!
One of our partners on this event is Carnation Farms. Carnation Farms uses its rich historical legacy and distinct 818-acre property to provide unique hands-on, experience-based educational opportunities. Their programs empower children and visitors alike, provide a sense of community, and help build a healthier, brighter future. To learn more, join their mailing list and a $5 donation will be made to Carnation Farms in your honor: www.carnationfarms.org.