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Tahuya Hills 600K


Results are posted

The brevet starts on the Seattle waterfront and then takes us on familiar roads near Mount Rainier to Centraila and Elma. Day two re-acquaints us with the Tahuyla Hills.

Final (maybe) cue sheet posted.



Ride Summary: The brevet follows the I-90 bike path across Lake Washington. We will  skirt Mt. Rainier National Park, and go through Morton and Centralia on our way to the overnight control at Elma.

On day two, we will head  to the Hood Canal at Potlatch, then south shore Hood Canal, Belfair, north shore Hood Canal, Tahuya hills, and Seabeck, Port Gamble,  before finishing on Bainbridge Island. Finish at the Island Country Inn 1 mile up from the ferry terminal.

Organizer: Stuart Lee, Suzanne NowlisDon Jameson
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Date: Sat 6/4/211 - Sun 6/5/211
Time: Registration Opens 05:15
Ride Starts: 06:00
Start Location:

The Paper Zone, 1911 1st S. Seattle, WA.
(Corner of 1st S. and Holgate Street).


Take the 4th Avenue Exit off I-5; Use the Atlantic Street
Exit to the ferry terminal; at the first stop light off the over
Pass, turn left onto 1st south; Paper Zone is on right ½ mile.

Free parking is available on 1st south and adjacent streets
South of Safeco stadium.

End Location: Island Country Inn
942 Hidebrand lane NE.
Bainbridge, WA.
Overnight Bag Drop: There will be a bag drop at the scheduled overnight in
Elma. Bring your overnight bag to start and we will
Get it to Elma and pickup is Sunday @ the Island
Country Inn.
Entry Fee: $40 SIR members, $50 non-members. Please make all entry and membership fees payable to SIR.
Cue Sheet: Final cue sheet posted.
Reminder: 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.


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.PDF Entry Form

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