B.I.K.E.S. Club of
Snohomish County

Free Family Ride on Centennial Trail

1 p.m. Saturday, April 27

Haller Park, Arlington

Bring the kids, grandkids, cousins and friends for a fun, free ride on Centennial Trail. Riders of all ages and abilities will head north on the paved, traffic-free Centennial Trail. It's an out and back ride so you decide the distance from 1 to 8 miles.

  • Snacks along the trail and the finish line
  • McClinchy memorabilia for the little ones
  • Playground, river access, hiking at Haller Park
The family ride kicks off the weekend for the McClinchy Mile:Camano Climb Edition on Sunday. The McClinchy is best for experienced riders and adults, but we wanted to give everyone a chance to ride.

Consider bringing your families and staying overnight in the Stillaguamish Valley. In addition to bicycling, Arlington has great thrift stores and public art downtown, breweries, distilleries, and Angel of the Winds Casino Resort nearby. There’s also hiking and mountain biking in Darrington.

Family Ride Logisitics

Sign-in at Haller Park shelter before 1 p.m. so we can all start the ride together. 

12:30 to 2 p.m. Sharing Wheels Community Bike Shop will offer free bike safety checks. Get help and guidance on fixing flats and minor repairs from this local nonprofit.

1 to 4 p.m. Experienced BIKES Club volunteers will lead the trail ride and offer support and encouragement.

1 to 3 p.m. Arlington Kiwanis volunteers will have snacks at mile 1 and mile 4 (Bryant), the main turnaround points

The official event will end at 4 p.m., but of course the trail and park are open until dusk. Haller Park has a playground, a short hiking trail, and Stillaguamish River access.

Family Ride Sponsors

Event made possible in part by assistance from the City of Arlington Hotel-Motel Tax Fund.


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