Sequim Bicycle Alliance is an umbrella coordinating group for bicycling interests in eastern Clallam County. The City's role is to help support Sequim’s Bronze-level “Bike Friendly Community” six "E's": education, encouragement, engineering, evaluation and planning, enforcement, and economic development. The group meets quarterly at the Sequim Civic Center. Email asoule@SequimWA.gov or cdeschenes@SequimWA.gov for more information.
EVERY Monday, Wednesday and Friday the Sequim Spoke Folks ride from 9:30am to about noon (~20 miles), departing from 950 N. 5th Avenue (Sequim Community Church). For more information contact Tom Coonelly at 360-681-7053.
EVERY Tuesday and Friday the Women on Wheels do various leisure, social, and “mini-hill” rides starting at 9:30am at Railroad Bridge Park (Dungeness River Audubon Center, western terminus of Hendrickson Road). For more information contact Jeanie Robards.
EVERY Sunday the Sequim Sunday Riders depart at 9:30am from the Dungeness Wildlife Refuge at 554 Voice of America Road for a 25+ mile ride. For more information contact Randy Barber, 360-477-4156.
For a slightly shorter ride of 15-20 miles, join the Sequim Easy Riders medium-paced group, also starting at 9:30am: EVERY Monday from Railroad Bridge, EVERY Wednesday from Lofgrin Rd. cul de sac at the Elk Sign, and EVERY Friday from the Cracked Bean at Sequim Ave.-Old Olympic traffic circle. For more information contact Bob Anundson.
> If you like to log miles, create or join a team for “Bike Everywhere Challenge” (for May or longer): this is a great way to motivate yourself, family, and friends to ride! Points can be earned by riding miles AND by encouraging others.
> Also for the media savvy: register with the local Strava club, “Take a Spin in Sequim” – always ready for new members and posting photos.
BIKE EVERYWHERE MONTH is May!
Warm up for summer riding in May during national “Bike Everywhere Month,” with group rides and other activities promoted by the Sequim Bicycle Alliance of cycling and educational groups! Details by clicking on the tab to left.
City staff bicycling the ODT during Bike Month 2017