PACIFIC NORTHWEST CELEBRATION OF THE BICYCLE AUGUST 12 & 13, SNOQUALMIE, WASHINGTON
PERFORMANCES BY: SUPERCHUNK ↟ BLACK BELT EAGLE SCOUT ↟ QUASI ↟ SLANG ↟ WARREN DUNES ↟ BIG LEAGUE ↟ DJ TROY NELSON
2022 Rider Registration
Gigantic Century, 50, and 20 Mile Registration
Online rider registration has closed!
You can still register in person on Friday at the Festival Post Office Tent, or day of Saturday morning at ride start for all rides.
About The Rides:
The 50 Mile is 90% road, with a 5 mile section of packed dirt forest trail by the Snoqualmie Falls.
The course tours the Carnation River Valley and upper Snoqualmie Valley, mixing farmland and forest with nice views of Mt Si and the Snoqualmie River.
The Century is 100% road. It travels many of the same Carnation River Valley and Snoqualmie roads as the 50 Mile, but travels further North and West for some climbs around Upper Redmond and Duvall before returning South and East to the festival grounds.
20 Mile is a 88% road scenic tour of the Snoqualmie Valley, with 2.5 miles of packed trail, on a fairly flat route winding along forests, rivers, and llama farms.
Supported rest stops are found every 15-20 miles in Carnation (Jubilee Farms), Redmond, Duvall, Fall City, and North Bend.
On route mechanical support will be provided. Labor is free, but please be prepared to pay for parts.
Support vehicles and bikers will be out along the routes with water, tools, patch kits, snacks, and first aid kits.
A break-down number is found on your route map, to call if you need mechanical or other non-emergency help on the road.
Ride Start for all routes is from the Gigantic Bicycle Festival Grounds at Centennial Fields Park.
Departure time for Century Riders is from 6:30am to 7:30am.
Departure time for 50 Mile Riders is from 7:30am to 8:30am.
Departure time for 20 Mile Riders is from 8:30am to 9:30am.
Day of Rider Registration:
The Gigantic Century: $110
The Gigantic 50 Mile: $90
The Gigantic 20 Mile: $70
Children under 15 ride for free.
Overnight field camping for riders & festival goers is $10 per adult camper.
The camp grounds are hosted by Meadowbrook Farms, a short 100 meter walk from the East festival gate.
The camp grounds open from 5pm Friday and pack up at 8pm Saturday.
Packet Pickup vs. Mail
Rider packets can be picked up at the Festival Post Office Tent. Just bring a photo ID. It's fine to pick up for a friend or family member. Just bring a copy of their rider confirmation email on your phone or printed out.
Field parking is free at Meadowbrook Farms next door. Head east of the festival grounds on SE Park Street and look for banners saying "Parking".
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