McClinchy Mile Century
Sunday, April 30, 2017
Haller Park, Arlington, WA
How far is a McClinchy Mile? That’s up to you.
Our loop route provide options of a full century, a metric century, a flat 30-miler or a short family ride on the north end of the Centennial Trail.
All routes are on paved roads or trails and loop back to the starting point in Arlington.
Food stops and SAG support on every route.
McClinchy Mile supports recreational bicycling, advocacy, and bike-related local grants through B.I.K.E.S. Club of Snohomish County.
This year's event will also be a fundraiser for Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop in Everett.
The ride is named after a founding club member, Stuart McClinchy. It has traditionally been scheduled around St. Patrick's Day, but this year we are supporting the community-based Oso Remembrance Ride on that date.
If we are lucky (like the Irish), our new date in April will be warm and dry, unlike recent March weather.
We are also planning some new routes, along with "McClinchy Classic" routes.
We have organized the McClinchy Mile Bicycle Ride for more than 30 years. We've hosted the event out of Arlington since 2005.
Accommodations near the ride start are located in Arlington and Marysville. In addition to trail riding and mountain biking, you can go shopping at the Seattle Outlet Mall, gaming at Tulalip Casino, or visit one of our waterfront communities. Learn more at snohomish.org