August 2-4, 2014
Registration for 2014 will open In JanuaryThe Courage Classic Bicycle Tour is a fully supported, 173 mile bicycle tour event that provides everything you need along the way:
- Your safety is our number one priority. Every detail of the event is reviewed and executed with the greatest of care.
- You are never far away from medical attention at any point along the route, should you need it. We have an incredible team of doctors and other medical professionals at Camp and Rest Stops along the route. We also have EMT's and an ambulance support as part of our Courage Classic crew.
- Rotary Rider Rest Stops every 15-20 miles!
Tasty meals; breakfast, summit lunches and dinner each day!
Campsites with guaranteed hot showers will be set up by noon each day!
UPS will transport your gear for you and deliver to the campsite by noon or to your hotel by 2 pm each day!
Mechanics from Old Town Bicycle, to help with those mechanical incidences along the way!
SAG wagons and First Aid support on course.
- Check-in each day at the summit and the finish!
The Courage Classic Bicycle Tour is a ride, not a race, so take your time, enjoy the scenery, make new friends and take advantage of our Rotary Rider Rest Stops along the way. If you arrive at the finish line before noon on any day, you will not have the amenities that we have provided, available to you. Additionally, if you depart too early on any day of the ride, you will not have the support of our SAG crew and Rotary Rest Stops. Enjoy the ride!
A tremendous amount of logistics and operations planning has gone into the design of the Courage Classic Bicycle Tour. We ask all participants to follow the designated route at all times and comply with directions of staff at all times for your own safety and the integrity of the event.
At the end of the ride on Monday we will transport you and your bicycle back to Snoqualmie Ridge, if you indicated within the registration process. You and your luggage will be transported on buses and your bicycle will be carried on a truck following behind your bus.