Winter Training Series (WTS) 4: Snohomish, Marysville, Happy Valley, Arlington

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Date and Time: 
Saturday, January 28, 2017 - 9:00am
Start Location: 
Snohomish Haggens
1301 Ave D
Snohomish, WA 98290
Contact Information: 
Ralph Nussbaum
renussbaum@outlook.com
(206)713-9417
Distance: 
70.00 miles
Elevation Gain: 
2,350 feet
Pace: 
Terrain: 
Regroup: 
Weather Cancels?: 
Ride Description: 

This is the fourth ride of this year's eight Winter Training Series Rides hosted jointly by CBC and the Seattle Randonneurs. WTS starts January 9th and will end on February 27th. During this eight-ride series, distances progress from about 38 miles to 100 miles. WTS is a great way to do some early season training, with a natural buildup of miles, while enjoying the company of other riders. Winter riding is tough enough--this gives you a chance to do it with friends. 

WTS #4 is a counterclockwise loop from Snohomish to Marysville via Ebby Island then north via Happy Valley and Sylvana to Arlington and back via Burns Rd, Schwarzmuller & the Centennial Trail.  One can shorten the route and take out some climbing by returning via the Centennial Trail from Arlington. There is an optional coffee stop at mile 46 at Stilly's Coffee House in Arlington.

Please be at the start early enough to sign in, pump up your tires, adjust your fenders, and put all your warm clothes on. Sign-in starts at 8:30 AM, ride announcements are at 8:50 AM, and we start promptly at 9 AM--no waiting for those still arriving. Though there will usually be a number of ride leaders on the course, these are self-paced ride and self-guided rides with friendly encouragement and lots of camaraderie. THERE ARE NO REGROUPS IN THIS SERIES.

VERY IMPORTANT: If you want a cue sheet, please download and print it from the link below.

All rides are rain or shine. We might shorten a route for really foul weather, but the only outright cancellation will be for snow or ice.

To save time and to make the sign-in process much easier, please register for this ride. If you already have a Cascade account make sure you are logged in and click the <Register> button at the top of the ride description, then make sure to check the box indicating you have read the Waiver & Release, add your emergency phone number and click <Save Registration> button. Don’t worry if you can’t make the ride, you don't need to unregister. If you don’t have a Cascade account consider setting one up! It only takes a couple of minutes. If you’ve pre-registered all you need to do is check off your name at the start of the ride – no lengthy sign-in procedure.  

Directions to Start: From SR-9 take the 2nd Street exit and continue east to Avenue D. Continue approx. 1 mile to the Snohomish Haggens at 1301 Avenue D, Snohomish, WA. Please park in the SW corner of the large lot – away from the store.

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Snohomish Haggens
1301 Ave D
Snohomish, WA 98290
Ride Leader(s)