Links & Resources

Clubs & Organizations
Area Bike Shops

Port Townsend
The Broken Spoke 360-379-1295
PT Cyclery 360-385-6470
The ReCyclery 360-643-1755
Williwaw Cycles 360-379-8809

Sequim
Mike’s Bikes

Ben’s Bikes Sequim

Port Angeles
Sound Bikes & Kayaks

Silverdale
Silverdale Cyclery

Bainbridge
Classic Cycles

B & I Cycle Shop

WA State Cycling Information

Local Information

New Adventure Cycling Route Comes Through Port Townsend.  Adventure Cycling Association publishes well-known and reliable cycle touring maps.  The latest map series is for the Washington Parks Route.  The route is a loop from Sedro-Woolley through Port Townsend, and around the Olympic Peninsula, to Yakima via Mt. Rainier, north to the Methow Valley and Cascades National Park and ending back at Sedro-Wooley. We expect this route to bring more and more cycle tourists to our area.  The next time you see a fully-loaded bike, wave and say hello!  See details on the Washington Parks Route at  http://www.adventurecycling.org/routes/washingtonparks.cfm

Hood Canal Bridge Cyclists – if you come across debris on the Hood Canal Bridge, please the Washington Department of Transportation  Maintenance Office at 360-874-3050 and ask for Duke. The bridge is swept at least once every 3-4 weeks but also on an ‘as needed’ basis.

Thanks for contacting your Elected Officials! Transportation Enhancements are restored again! Our Senators have voted to support continued funding for biking and walking. Read more here…..

Despite the good words flowing from US DOT about bicycling, it looks like we’ve been betrayed on an important issue – rumble strips. This may not seem like a big deal, but it is for ALL of us, even in urban areas where rumbles haven’t typically been as big a deal as rural and suburban areas. Please read on … (September 12, 2010 update.)