Sequim Bicycle Alliance
Sequim Bicycle Alliance is an umbrella coordinating group for bicycling stakeholders 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, Enforcement, and Economic development. The group meets periodically at the Sequim Civic Center or online. Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Vision/Mission (PDF) (January 2017)
Meeting Notes (PDF)
- Spring 2022
- Fall 2021
- Spring 2021
- Fall 2020
- Spring 2020
- Winter 2019
- Summer 2018 (agenda) (Bike Tourism Session notes)
- Spring 2018 (agenda only)
- Winter 2018
- Fall 2017
- Summer 2017
- Spring 2017 (agenda only)
- Winter 2017
- Fall 2016 (agenda only)
Social Media and Partner Websites
- Peninsula Trails Coalition (Olympic Discovery Trail)
- Strava club "Take a Spin in Sequim" and several others including "Sequim Bike Works" and "Ben’s Bikes"
- Facebook page "Sequim Cycling"
- Instagram page "Sequim Cycling"
Regularly Scheduled Rides
- EVERY Monday at 9:30 a.m.: The Spoke Folk Cycling Club rolls out from 950 N. 5th Avenue (Sequim Community Church north lot) for a good newcomer ride. Helmet required, moderate speed, no drops, new riders welcome. For details contact Tom Coonelly at 360-681-7053
- Monday, Wednesday, and/or Friday at 9:30 a.m.: join the Sequim Easy Riders medium-paced group. For details contact Bob Anundson at email@example.com
- EVERY Tuesday and Friday, 9:30 a.m.: Women on Wheels (WoW) meet at Railroad Bridge Park (Dungeness River Nature Center) for safe group rides. For info contact Jeanie Robards, firstname.lastname@example.org
- EVERY SUNDAY, 9:30 a.m.: The Sequim Sunday Riders depart from the Dungeness Wildlife Refuge at 554 Voice of America Road for a 25+ mile ride. Timing varies depending on the time of the year, but mostly at 9:30. For more information contact Randy Barber, 360-477-4156
- Also ask local retailers for excellent info on rides and routes.
- Updated Spring 2022
Enjoying a sunny outdoor meeting on Railroad Bridge on the ODT over the Dungeness River, April 6, 2022, with representatives from the coast-to-coast Great American Rail-Trail project (based in Washington D.C.). Photo is Hannah Merrill and Ann Soule (City of Sequim), Marianne Fowler (Rails to Trails), Clare Hatler (Dungeness River Nature Center), Wendy Clark-Getzin (Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe), and Kevin Belanger (Rails to Trails).