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SIR Summer 200K

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Tour of Whidbey

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A perfect ride of  hills and water. A mere 6200 feet of climbing of gently rolling hills. With nary a flat spot on the Tour of Whidbey.  

 

 

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 Description: 
We start near the ferry dock at Clinton, Wa. We circumnavigate the outer edge of the island. Heading north from Clinton we head up the eastern side of the island to Saratoga Point. Then on to Coupvillle and a place to fuel up. Circling Penn Cove and up to Oak Harbor turning just before the Naval Air Station. Continue on to the top of the Island and a stop at the Visitor Center at Deception Pass State Park.

Heading South chasing the perimeter of the Whidbey Island Navel Air Field. Getting a scenic views of the Parks and spectacular Juan de Fuca. Then Admiralty Inlet and Crockett Lake slip by as the ride moves through Historic Fort Casey.

Farther South along the shores of Puget Sound to the South Whidbey State Park and another fuel stop. And to a mutiny of sites and sounds on Mutiny Bay. Across the southern most extent of the Island and more expanses of water of uselessly Useless Bay. Turning in land and across the hills of Southern Whidbey Island past Deer Lake and home to the finish at Clinton.

A perfect ride of  hills and water. A mere 6200 feet of climbing of gently rolling hills. With nary a flat spot on the Tour of Whidbey.   

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 Phone: 425.691.7336
 
 Date:  July 25, 2008
 Time: 07:00
 Start Location:  Clinton, WA. Just up the hill from the ferry.
 Controls: See cue sheet
 Finish: Clinton, WA.
 Address:  From the north take I-5 south to SR526 to SR525 turn right to the Mukilteo
Ferry Terminal. Parking is on South side. But watch for No Parking signs.
Parking is also available about 4 blocks up on the north side
 Directions: From the south take I-5 north to SR525 to Mukilteo Ferry Terminal.
 Entry Fee:

Entry Fee: $10 SIR members, $20 non-members. Please make all entry and membership fees payable to SIR.

Medals can be ordered directly from RUSA .

 Special Instructions:  GPX file
 Route Sheet: Final cue sheet

 

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