B.I.K.E.S. Club of
Snohomish County
McClinchy Mile Bicycle Ride

Day of Ride Information

You can still register from 7 to 11 a.m. Sunday April 28.

Cost is $55. Cash or check preferred; credit cards also accepted (but may require some patience)

Pre-registered riders also need to sign in between 7 and 11 a.m. Sunday.

Century Riders: Plan to start riding no later than 8 a.m. We'll try to get you signed in quickly. It's a long, hilly ride and the course closes at 4:30 p.m.

Start Location: Arlington or Stanwood

Where you should check-in and start depends on what distance and terrain you want to ride. Once you start your ride, there are still places you can adjust your distance. But pick a route you are trained for and expect to complete.

33, 68 and 100 mile riders start in Arlington at Haller Park, 1100 West Ave., just off Highway 9 and Highway 530 (exit 208 off I-5). Google map Arlington . Most people are riding one of these loops. 

35 and 50 mile riders start at Stanwood Middle School, 9405 271st St NW. Google map school. These routes are on hilly Camano Island.

Route Maps & Markings

Every route is marked on the pavement with colored-coded "Dan Henrys" at all turns. Printed route maps will be available at the start. You can also view or download maps and cue sheets using links below.

33 mile Stanwood Loop – starts in Arlington. You'll enjoy friendly cows, river views and quiet farm roads. The new route has more hills (964 feet of climbing), but less traffic than past years. PDF files: Stanwood Map Stanwood Cue Sheet.

35 or 50 mile Camano Climb Loop – starts in Stanwood. Love hills and water views? This ride is for you. Food stops at Cama Beach State Park and Tyee Deli. Skip the south tip of the island for the shorter option. PDFs: Camano Map; Camano Cue

68 mile Stanwood-Camano Loop – starts in Arlington. Combines the Stanwood Loop with the best of Camano for a super-scenic and super-sized metric century. PDFs: Metric Map; Metric Cue; see also the Camano map and cue.

100 mile Camano Century – starts in Arlington and includes Stanwood, Camano and a few miles in Skagit County for one continuous loop route. Lots of hills and amazing views. Century Map; Century Cue; see also the Camano map and cue.

Finish Line Celebration

Post-ride burgers in Arlington's Legion Park are included in your registration - with meat and vegetarian options. Soda and non-alcoholic beverage options also included.

Apologies, but our beer vendor fell through just this week and that was already Plan B. Plan C is for you to visit a local bar or brewery on your own - check out Angel of the Winds or Skookum Brewery.

Most routes (except Camano-only) pass right by Legion Park, at the Centennial Trail in downtown Arlington. It is less than 1/2 mile south of the Haller Park start location. Google map Legion Park. There is plenty of free parking nearby. 

Camano-only riders will need to drive (or otherwise get to) Arlington for your burger, or enjoy discounts from friendly island merchants. 

Rest Stop Hours & Locations

Our rest stops offer food, water, restrooms, and friendly volunteers ready to provide other support. Stops are timed to open and close based on riders starting between 7 and 11 a.m. Do not start early or linger too long.

Stanwood Middle School - every rider will stop in here at least once, with metric and century riders getting food here twice. 

Cama Beach State Park - big trees, water views, a shelter and flush toilets, and you can check out the beach if you want an extra hill.

Tyee Grocery Mini-Stop - basic refueling on the south end of the island for century and Camano-only riders. (They have great lunch options for sale if you have time!) (

Bonhoeffer Gardens - first rest stop for century riders, only 12 miles in, but we know porta-potties and snacks are always useful.

Burgers in Arlington - finish line celebration open.

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