Climate Ride Pacific Northwest is an exciting international route that explores the newly-coined Salish Sea (which includes Puget Sound, the Georgia Strait, and the Strait of Juan de Fuca) while cycling counter-clockwise and discovering the best of the Pacific Northwest. On this itinerary, we will start and end our charitable bike ride in Seattle and we’ll visit Washington State’s San Juan Islands, Canada’s Vancouver Island, and the spectacular Olympic National Park.
You’ll bike along beautiful rugged beaches, visit historic port towns, breathe the cool, fresh air of the temperate rainforest, and cycle to the peaks of the stunning Olympic Mountains. From tide pools to glaciers, this five-day charitable cycling adventure offers a diverse array of landscapes that deliver the cycling experience of a lifetime accompanied by many new friends.
This charitable event is meant to be challenging yet doable, and you have all day to ride your bike and learn. This event is fully supported and our team is always nearby to assist you, keep you happy and healthy, and make your adventure worry-free and memorable. A passport is required because we cross the U.S. border into Canada.
Riders will have access to our superb personal fundraising software and the full support of our team.
Daily cycling mileages to suit all types of cyclists. This is a fully supported ride which means you can focus on the pedaling and making connections with your new friends while we take care of everything from overnight details, meals, snacks, luggage transport, and much more to make your trip as enjoyable as possible. Learn more in the FAQ.