2nd Annual Bike Tune-Up Fundraiser

Get your bike ready for cycling season and support the Peninsula Trails Coalition and local businesses at the same time!

Our 2nd Annual Bike Tune-Up Fundraiser is March 20-21 and April 10-11. For every bike tuned up on those dates, all seven North Olympic Peninsula bicycle shops, listed below, are donating 100% of the tune-up labor charges to the PTC (subject to some shop-specific details). All normal tune-up services will be available under this special fundraising arrangement.

The PTC uses these funds to support its volunteer trail maintenance activities, construction projects, and trail expansion advocacy.

The tune-up event offers a unique opportunity for cyclists to provide critical support to the PTC and support local businesses. Stop by any of these shops to have your ride put into great shape.

Thanks to these hardworking shop owners and bike mechanics for their service and generosity!

Tune-ups, payment options, and shop times vary. Contact your local bike shop for details.

Port Angeles
Bike Garage: 403 S. Lincoln St., Suite 2, 360-504-2040
Sound Bikes and Kayaks: 120 E. Front St., 360-457-1240

Sequim
All Around Bikes: 150 W. Sequim Bay Rd., 360-681-3868
Ben’s Bikes: 1251 W. Washington St., 360-683-2666

Port Townsend
The Broken Spoke: 230 Taylor St., 360-379-1295
Port Townsend Cyclery: 252 Tyler St., 360-385-6470
The Recyclery: 1925 Blaine St., Suite 500, 360-643-1755

Peninsula Trails Coalition

18th Annual Tour de Dungeness

The 18th annual Tour de Dung bike race will take place Saturday, March 7, and Saturday, March 14.

Riders in different categories will compete on a 12-mile course that includes Lotzgesell, Cays, East Anderson, Sequim Dungeness Way, Woodcock and Kitchen-Dick roads.

As many as 400-450 riders are expected to participate, including many from across the Puget Sound region and Eastern Washington.

Races start at 9:45 a.m. each day and run until late afternoon. The races will be held rain or shine.

To register or for more information, contact Mike Van Doren at 360-417-5257 (after 5 p.m.) and 360-775-7796.

Riders also can register online at cyclingusa.com.

From PDN

Tour de Dung #1 March 7: https://www.usacycling.org/register/2015-454

Tour de Dung #2 March 14: https://www.usacycling.org/register/2015-461

Seattle Bike Show

The Seattle Bike Show – its more than a Show it is an Experience!!!.

On February 28th and March 1st  this “kick off” to the cycling season returns to the CenturyLink Field Events Center.

Come on down and try out the newest Kona and Transition bikes by taking a few laps on the banked corners of the Experience’s new $27,000 pump track from Progressive Pump Tracks.
Experienced mountain bike competitor and instructor Kat Sweet will be there to give you tips.

Scream your way down the 300′ indoor zipline.

Utilize the outdoor test ride area to experience the newest bike technology from the show’s vendors.

Take one of the many bike trails and ride your own bike to the show and park in the covered bike corral.  Get out and enjoy this beautiful February weather.

The Performance Area presents demonstrations by professional mountain biker and stunt rider Ryan Leach.  World famous cyclist Bob Roll is making multiple presentations. Erik Moen, biomechanics expert, will explain and show how to get back in the saddle following injuries.

Your ticket gets you into the Travel Trips and Adventure Expo.  A cross section of outdoor adventure speakers will present on the Adventure Stage. Paddle board and scuba demonstrations will take place in the 12,000 gallon indoor pool.

Your ticket also gets you into the Seattle Golf and Travel Show.  There are putting, long drive and closest to the pin competitions.  Try your luck on the 50′ putt. Many of the West’s resorts and vacation destinations are presenting their wares and offering attractively priced  packages to their resorts.

These three show experiences make Saturday and Sunday a family affair. There is something for everyone.

Kids under 17 have free admission.

And, for the first time, beer and wine can be carried from the cantina area as you walk the show floor.

Come on down and have a great time. mtbakerbikeclub.org