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Spring 200K (ACP) - March 19, 2011


Results are Posted

This 200k brevet will start on the hills overlooking the Ebey island valley northwest of Snohomish. Final cue sheet posted.


Ride Summary:

The ride will take us down into the valley for a warm up and north to Marysville. Once through Marysville and on the west side of I-5 we will continue north into the Seven lakes area around Lake Goodwin. We continue north on rural roads to the town of Stanwood. We then head east, back across I-5 to Bryant and Highway 9. After a short jaunt on 9 and through Arlington we start to head back south again along the Cascade foot hills. We will be riding along the Jordan road into Granite Falls. We continue south again past Lake Roesiger and down Woods Creek onto the Pipeline road and into Sultan. We then head back west on Ben Howard and the High Bridge road toward Snohomish. But wait! We're not done quite yet. We'll make a quick loop around the Snohomish valley lowlands to Lowell and back to Snohomish on the River road to cool down. After that it's across the river and up a few steep pitches to the top of Fobes Hill where the ride ends at Ann and Jim Jensen's house for food and beverages. Elevation gain for this ride is 5800'.


Stuart Lee, Suzanne Nowlis

Ann and Jim Jensen


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Date: March 19, 2011
Time: Registration starts at 6, announcements at 6:45, ride starts at 7! Please pre-register or have all paper work in hand.
Start Location:

Riverview Elementary School,

Parking at the start is limited and carpooling is advised.

Address: 7322 64th St SE, Snohomish, WA
End Location:
Home of Ann & Jim Jensen

Directions: 6107 76th Dr SE
Snohomish, WA 98290
Entry Fee: Entry Fee: $10 SIR members, $20 non-members. Please make all entry and membership fees payable to SIR. Medals are only available from RUSA.
Cue Sheet:

Cue Sheet

Optional Map:
Map of course - Bike Toaster Route
Special Instructions

This is the first official distance brevet of the year so please be prepared. Fenders are a must or you'll face the scorn and abuse of your fellow Randonneurs! This is a good time to try out lights, bags, racks, food, etc.

Please note that this year's ride is earlier in the season and the probable overcast skies makes the potential for finishing in the dark much higher than in past years. ALL Riders are STRONGLY encouraged to bring a front light and are REQUIRED to have a rear light!

End of the ride: One thing that won't change this year. We will be offering pasta, bread, salad, snacks and an assortment of beverages to refuel on. Please join us (spouses welcome) for an end of the ride party.


Preregister online

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. 

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