Monthly Archive: June 2010

Jun 11 2010

2010.06.12 Lake Sammamish Loop

I am planning relatively short ride Saturyday morning to end up at First Presbyterian Church of Bellevue by 10:00 am for an event.  Please let me know if you are interested and we can discuss a route.  Thanks! Tailwind [This ride is now going around Lake Sammamish -editor] There will be a ride on Saturday, June …

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Jun 09 2010

Flying Wheels June 12

Name: Flying Wheels Route: Start at Marymoor Park. You will have to look for the starting point – I think they mentioned the east entrance due to Cirque du Soleil. The first climb is up the infamous Inglewood Hill – about a 12% climb; then on toward the Snoqualmie River valley. For century riders it …

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Jun 06 2010

2008.06.05 Sunset Elementary-Maltby Bakery-Snohomish

Tire changing amidst the flowers :)

Saturday turned out to be a fantastic day to ride. Seven of us gathered at Sunset Elementary School at 8:00 am.  We were supposed to meet up with Dan and Brad along the way, but we were too slow in starting out so they hooked up with us before we left the elementary school. Unfortunately, …

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Jun 04 2010

2010.06.05 Sunset Elementary to Maltby / Snohomish

Hey Guys: Anyone up for another adventure on Saturday?  We’re planning to ride to Maltby/Snohomish. The goal: Get to the Maltby Cafe before the cinnamon rolls are gone The route directions are listed below. If we start from Sunset Elementary, I’m figuring it would be about 65-70 miles. We’re planning to leave from Sunset Elementary …

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Jun 02 2010

Forests, bears, cattle and gopher holes?

Think that we have a few problem with hills, traffic lights the occasional construction project?  How about forests, bears, cattle and gopher holes in Seattle in the 1800′s? “Cyclists didn’t have to venture far along these paths to escape the city noise and crowds. The Lake Washington Path reportedly plunged riders into deep forest, where …

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