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A note to Skagit Spring Classic riders:  The same late winter that impacted our early season training is playing havoc with the farmers' planting schedules.  Right now the local farmers are racing to get their fields prepared and planted and this means extra truck and (very wide) tractor traffic.  When riding in the farming areas please be kind and let them pass.  Good karma will come your way!  

  • Century: This Scenic route travels through the upper Skagit flats, north up Chuckanut Drive, south on the old Samish highway, around Samish Lake, and back to Skagit county. It includes much of the 62 mile route climb and shares much of the elevation gain. You must be registered and on course by 8am to do this ride. Why? Map 62-100




  • No Sweat 25 Route: This route is mostly flat. It travels through northern Skagit County and around the Samish River. It has scenic views of Padilla Bay and the San Juan Islands. This is a great reason to get your bike out of the garage on a spring day. Map 25-45