Seattle International Randonneurs

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Olympic Peninsula 1000K


Results are posted

Final Cue Sheet posted.
Note revised Start Time 11:30 pm, see below for cue sheet and full details.

 This is a repeat of a SIR favorite!

Ride Description

We’ll start out from the Bainbridge ferry dock  The route proceeds up Bainbridge Island on SR 305, onto SR 104 and over the Hood Canal bridge.  Our route then heads south down Center Road to Quilcene.  Then onto Hwy. 101, north to Port Towsend, SR 20 out to Discovery Bay and west to Port Angeles, Forks, and down to Aberdeen for the first overnight(440k).


The second day is the longest will be a little shorter heading south from
Aberdeen out SR 105 to Westport, then south along the ocean to Raymond, back onto Hwy 101 and south to the Longbeach peninsula.  A short out and back to Ocean Park on SR 103 along the Pacific ocean to Ilwaco and along the Columbia river on Hwy. 101.  Now we head back north along SR 401 to Naselle, SR 4 connecting once again to Hwy 101, Raymond, and our second over night control in Aberdeen (330k).


The third day is only 245k, but includes some hills along the west side of  Hood Canal on Hwy 101, which normally wouldn’t be too bothersome, but after 850k you’ll be cursing my name.  Back through Quilcene again, onto Center Road, Port Hadlock, back across the Hood Canal bridge, and south onto Bainbridge Island and the finish.

 Organizer:  Don and Elaine JamesonThis email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it
 Phone:  1 425 318 0663  email: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 July 16-18th


Catch the 10:55 pm ferry  and we’ll start at 11:30 pm or when the boat arrives.

 Start Location: Bainbridge Island Ferry terminal; meet 1 block up from dock  in parking lot on right hand side.
 Address:  Bainbridge Island ferry terminal
 Directions: Catch the 0530 ferry from Seattle to Bainbridge Island or email for driving directions
 Entry Fee: $75 for SIR members ($85 for non-members)
Please make all entry and membership fees payable to SIR.
 Special Instructions:

This is a change in schedule, the thinking is, make the first day longer and second day shorter and both over nights will be in one place making logistics easier.

 Route Sheet:Final route sheet .


Preregister online (available to SIR members)

if you register "on line" you will  not need to complete the registration paperwork at the ride start.  On line registering allows for quick posting of ride results -- snail mail paper registration slows down the end of ride results.

PDF Entry Form

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A bicycle helmet is required.  Fenders and mud flaps encouraged.

All riders are reminded that any failure to conduct the ride in accordance with SIR Brevet Rider Expectations , RUSA rules, applicable laws, or any special instructions or equipment requirements for this ride may result in a time penalty or disqualification.

Please fill out the SIR Membership Form BEFORE the ride if you are joining SIR. Please also try to have correct change (or a check) for the entry fee, medal, SIR annual fee, and RUSA annual fee. 


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