REGISTRATIONPremium Members: Opens 01/10/23
Non-Members: Opens 02/07/23
Online Registration Schedule
RATE TIER ENTRY DATES PRICE LATE ENTRY LATE FEE Member January 11 - July 10, 2022 $150 May 1 - July 10 $20 Non-member February 8 - July 10, 2022 $170 May 1 - July 10 $20 Youth (Ages 1-12) "" $70 "" $20
Ride is limited to 8,000 riders.
See our refund policy for more information.
May be purchased during or after registration. NOTE: some add-ons have cutoff dates and are subject to availability.
Scholarships are available for Seattle to Portland (STP) registration. To request scholarship aid, please click here and complete the form. Scholarship application closes 7/3/22
Available: Friday night 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. or Sat. 4:45 - 7:15 a.m.
Please follow these directions to the start line, or you could be caught in bicycle traffic anytime after 5:00 a.m.
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From either direction on I-5, take the NE 45th St. exit (#169). Head east on NE 45th through the University District and down the viaduct; turn left at the light and follow the "STP Parking" signs past the golf range on your right. Turn right on Mary Gates Way, go one block to Clark Road and take another right. Follow this straight into the E-18 parking lot. Once in the lot signs will direct you to either the drop-off area or the overnight parking area. If you are just dropping off a rider, there is no parking fee.
Just a few extra miles? No problem! The UW is off of the Burke-Gilman Trail. You can get to the Burke from North/South/East or West. Exit the trail near the light rail station for an easy crossing of Montlake Blvd.
On Saturday, Link light rail will run every 12 minutes between 4:30-5:30 a.m and every 8 minutes between 5:54 and 8:50 a.m. Bicyclists are welcome to bring their bicycles onto Link trains to get to the STP start line at Husky Stadium. New Link car models have capacity for six bicycles. More details can be found here.
Questions? Email email@example.com.
Lot opens at 6:00 p.m. on Friday
Must purchase in advance via registration (add-on instructions), or during Friday bag drop
Cost: $15 per day
The UW does not allow tent camping. You will be asked to remove your tent. There are irrigation systems that are not meant to handle camping stakes. You will be responsible for any damage caused. There are no legal public camping options in Seattle city limits.
We will also offer a special Friday night bag and/or bike drop for a small fee. For more info click here.
Lot opens at 4 a.m. Saturday
Cost: $15 a day
Purchase in advance via registration add-on, at packet pickup, or at the start line
All cars must be out of the lot by 5 p.m. on Monday
All Personal Support Vehicles (PSVs) should be following the specific instructions for drivers. Please stay off of the riders' route as much as possible. Stay in the vicinity of your rider and only come to their aid when called. We have enough support on the route for you to ride without personal support. If you must have it, we ask that you follow the instructions provided and keep the event safe.
Please see the Centralia College page for more details on the parking of support vehicles, transportation around town, and RV parking.
Continuously staffed by the Centralia Reserve Police Department during your stay for a small fee. Visit local establishments via public bus system to various locations in Centralia, such as Centralia Thorbeck’s, Nazarene Church, hotels, restaurants, shopping centers and antique malls. We recommend placing your bike in the bike corral if you intend on using the public bus system. If you have any questions about this new location, please call the Centralia-Chehalis Chamber of Commerce at (360) 748-8885.
Free tent camping is available at Centralia College as well as other indoor camping options for a fee. Beer garden, vendors, food for purchase, live entertainment, and sponsor booths will all be on-campus. See the Centralia College STP webpage for full details.
Washington Sports Massage Team on site! The Washington Sports Massage Team will be providing massages at the midpoint at Centralia College. Riders are welcome to stop by and receive a much-deserved sports massage to help them so they can continue their ride to Portland. A 15-minute massage is $25.
The majority of riders overnight here as it splits their days equally and has the festive atmosphere of a large cycling event. However, if you would like to ride longer on your first day and shorter on your second there are many other options along the route. There are a limited number of hotels in the area, and rooms often sell out before STP registration opens. A variety of community groups, nonprofits, schools, and churches open their doors to riders along the STP route. Accommodation is available anywhere from Centralia (mile 103) to Kelso (mile 150) and varies from camping to private rooms. Please see the lodging page for more details.
If you are taking STP transportation, please load your bike as soon as you cross the finish line. Bike trucks take longer to fill than buses, which means the longer they take to load, the longer you wait for your bike in Seattle. Loading your bike also allows you to enjoy the festival without fear of theft or needing to lock your bike.
Do not leave your bike unlocked and unattended during the finish line festival. Bike theft is a major issue in Portland, just as it is in every city. Please either load your bike on the transport trucks, lock them on the fencing provided near the beer garden or use the bike corral in Holladay Park.
There is an outdoor bike corral near the finish line, but this is not for overnight storage or for anyone using STP transportation back to Seattle. The bike corral hours are from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday and 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Sunday.
Use the food voucher on your riders bib and redeem it for a meal at the finish line. Food vendors to be announced. Beer garden will serve riders 21+ with ID.
Food trucks available include Athena's Gyros, DeAngelo's Pizza, and Comida Kin. Cono Sur and Georgetown Brewing will host the wine and beer gardens respectively.
Personal changing stations and shower wipes will be available for riders to use for a quick rinse before heading back home on a bus or before sitting down to enjoy the beer and wine gardens.
NE 11th Ave and Holladay St
Host Hotel: Double Tree- Lloyd Center, across the street from the finish line festival.
The MAX light rail is conveniently located by Lloyd Center and travels to and from downtown.
From I-5 southbound or northbound - take exit #302A (City Center/Rose Quarter). Follow the exit to NE Weidler St. and head east. Follow this to NE 9th Ave., and take a right, then take a left on Multnomah St. The finish line at Holladay Park will be on your right between NE 11th and NE 13th Ave., just south of Lloyd Center. There are many public parking lots in the area for the local businesses and some require a parking fee.
All finish line services open and close at these times.