6 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The event offers 50-, 70-, and 100-mile route options that will take riders along beautiful rural backroads through farmlands and valleys in King and Snohomish Counties.
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Description of Route Options
All routes start and end at Marymoor Park. For more information on the start line, parking, and the finish line festival see the Ride Details page. The routes divide at two places depending on your mileage goals.
There are usually other events taking place in the Valley during this day. Please be prepared to stop as needed and obey all commands from traffic control officers. They will do their best to get you through quickly.
This route is hilly, climbing in and out of the Snoqualmie Valley. If you are looking for a challenge that you can finish in 3 to 5 hours, this is the route for you. 2,235 feet elevation gain poses a wonderful challenge early in the season in preparation for longer rides.
You get all the challenges of the climbing without committing to the length of the century. Riders can expect 2,930 feet of elevation gain.
This route is hilly with about 4,400 feet of elevation gain, so be prepared for a great, challenging century!
- Mile 17 - Carnation Tree Farm
- Mile 29 - Fall City Elementary
- Mile 17 - Carnation Tree Farm
- Mile 29 & Mile 49 - Fall City Elementary
- Mile 26 - Maltby Elementary
- Mile 47 - Carnation Tree Farm
- Mile 60 & Mile 80 - Fall City Elementary
OPEN 7:30 A.M.- 11 A.M.
Hosted by outstanding Cascade Bicycle Club volunteers.
Rest stop for riders on the 100-mile route at Maltby Elementary School. This location will have portable restrooms, water, ride snacks and a mechanic.
Carnation Tree Farm (in Carnation)
OPEN 8 A.M.- 2:30 P.M.
Hosted by our long-time event supporters Boy Scout Troop 352.
Rest stop for riders on the 50, 70 and 100-mile routes. This location will have a mechanic, portable restrooms, water, and ride snacks.
Fall City Elementary
OPEN 8:30 A.M.- 4 P.M.
Hosted by the Washington Cattlewomen Association
Rest stop for riders on the 50, 70 and 100-mile routes at Fall City Elementary School. This location will have a mechanic, portable restrooms, water, and ride snacks.
Looking for a treat, a caffeine boost, or a more substantial meal along the route? Check out one of the great local businesses in the communities we’ll be riding through.
Vehicle Support – Ham Radio Operators
SAG cars are out on the Flying Wheels route and are volunteer coordinated and staffed. They are available to help with minor mechanical issues or transport you to the next mechanic if your bike is beyond their ability to repair. They are also there to get you to the Finish Line if you are unable to continue due to a non-serious injury or mechanical issue.
In the case of an emergency or serious injury, all support drivers will call 911. They do not transport riders to the hospital. Support drivers are also not there as a taxi service for tired legs. There are many points at which riders can check in with themselves and their physical ability and decide whether they should continue or cut the ride short. Be ready for a difficult ride and to finish the route you choose to take.
Bike Support - Cascade Outrider
The Outriders will be in their white and green Cascade Outrider jerseys. They are experienced volunteers and have ridden many if not all of Cascade's events. They are available to help with minor mechanical issues, help you flag down a support vehicle, or answer questions about the route, event logistics and riding in general. They may remind you of Cascade event rules and safe riding practices. Please be respectful, as they are there to keep our event safe. Wave hello as you see them along the route!
These are medical professionals volunteering to ride the route and be on hand for any roadside medical treatment needed both minor and major. You can recognize them by their red medical jerseys and/or their medical helmet covers. If you are in need of assistance, look for these riders passing by. Remember that in the case of a medical emergency your first call is to 911.
Mechanics on Route
- Start/Finish Line
- Maltby Elementary
- Fall City Elementary
Cascade Bicycle Club offers an extensive Free Group Rides program that can help you get ready for your favorite weekend event. You can design your own personal training program by selecting the daily rides that fit your schedule and ability.