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The Olympic Bike Adventure is September 15th 2013 and is produced by the Sequim Sunrise Rotary, and the Port Angeles Parks & Recreation Department.

Enjoy riding the Metric Century (100km/60 mi) or 25 or 10 miles on the off-road Olympic Discovery Trail that winds through valleys and along the shoreline of some of the most beautiful coastal scenery in the world. As construction on it continues, the trail will eventually connect Port Townsend, Sequim and Port Angeles west to Lake Ozette on the coast.

For only $40 per person, 12 and under $25 each until July 20th, 2013 and then $50 and $25 respectively after July 20th. Funds from the Olympic Bike Adventure will go to support the Sequim Sunrise Rotary, and the Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department.

This Olympic Bike Adventure begins at the City Pier in Port Angeles or Robin Hill Park. Food & water stations, SAG support and First Aid assistance will be available at several locations along the trail as indicated by a map provided to participants. Fall weather in our area is a good time to be out on the trail, but as with any outdoor adventure it is good to anticipate some rain or windy conditions.

For more information about these great Washington bike rides please call: The City of Port Angeles Parks and Recreation Department, 360-417-4557.

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The Metric Century Ride
The Olympic Bike Adventure, Metric Century Ride (100km/60 mi) begins at the Port Angeles City Pier and goes to the Jamestown S’klallam Tribal Center in Blyn. Goes back to the Boys and Girls Club for lunch and ends back at City Pier.

The 25 mile ride begins at the PA City Pier and is only one way. A bus will take you back to Port Angeles after lunch at the Boys & Girls Club.

The 10 mile ride begins at 11:00 a.m. at Robin Hill Farm Park (see map) and will take participants to the Boys & Girls Club in Sequim and back to the park following a lunch at the club.

The cost for both shorter rides is still $40 each if registered before July 20th, $50 thereafter, because this is a charity ride and the goal is to raise funds the Sequim Sunrise Rotary and the PA Recreation department.

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