Major rides

Cascade Bicycle Club produces the largest and most recognized bicycling events in the Pacific Northwest. Click on any event name below for more details.

Chilly Hilly
Join us on Bainbridge Island for Chilly Hilly, the first event of the season. Yes, it's hilly and often it's chilly. But it's guaranteed to be fun!

Chilly Hilly →
Emerald City Bike Ride
2016 Emerald City Bike Ride is SOLD OUT!

Emerald City Bike Ride →
Ride for Major Taylor
Join us on a scenic tour of Seattle for the second annual Ride for Major Taylor!

Ride for Major Taylor →
Seattle Bike-n-Brews
The Seattle Bike-n-Brews, is a flat 30-mile urban cruise, exploring some of the finest breweries Seattle has to offer.

Seattle Bike-n-Brews →
Flying Wheels
Washington state's largest century. The Flying Wheels Summer Century also offers shorter distances for full-on fun, no matter what your speed.

Flying Wheels →
Woodinville Wine Ride
Take a relaxed ride along the shores of Lake Washington on our new Cascade event, the Woodinville Wine Ride.

Woodinville Wine Ride →
Red-Bell 100
The Red-Bell 100 is a fully-supported one-day century ride from Redmond to Bellingham. Funds raised benefit World Bicycle Relief and Cascade Bicycle Club.

Red-Bell 100 →
Seattle Night Ride
The Seattle Night Ride is a fun, new, urban event for anyone who enjoys a summer night cruise by bike.

Seattle Night Ride →

Group Health Seattle to Portland presented by Alaska Airlines
Cascade's cornerstone event, the Group Health STP presented by Alaska Airlines offers riders a one- or two-day double century. The largest multi-day event in the Northwest.

RSVP: Ride from Seattle to Vancouver and Party!
The name says it all! RSVP is one of our most scenic rides, passing through stunning countryside on the way to Vancouver, B.C.

High Pass Challenge
A challenging 114 mile 7,500 foot elevation gain event through the pristine Gifford Pinchot Wilderness Area (not for novice riders).

High Pass Challenge →
Kitsap Color Classic
Pedal into autumn on Kitsap Color Classic a lovely ride around the Kitsap Peninsula.

Kitsap Color Classic →