The McClinchy Mile Camano Climb Bike Ride is back on Sunday, April 24

Bicycle riders are encouraged to tune up your bikes and get some practice time in for the McClinchy Mile Camano Climb Bike Ride on Sunday, April 24. Bring all your friends and family for a day of fresh air and exercise while enjoying the gorgeous Nortwest scenery. This year’s event will start at the Stanwood Middle School in Stanwood, WA, and includes a food stop at a historic firehouse turned brew pub. Enjoy pork sliders or vegan tacos with fries after biking on beautiful Camano Island.

Riders have four distances to choose from: 15, 35, 50 or 65 miles. Registration is limited to 450 people, so do not delay. The fee increases $10 after Friday, April 15th. Signup on the Bikes Club Website.

B.I.K.E.S. Club of Snohomish County hosted the first McClinchy Mile Ride in 1982. This 40th anniversary edition comes after two years of COVID cancellations. Visit their website for full details, routes, and Day of Ride Information.

The bike ride is hosted by B.I.K.E.S. Club, the Stanwood-Camano Kiwanis, and SAAL Brewing. Proceeds benefit biking in Snohomish County and local high school scholarships.

Marcee Maylin has a degree in Editorial Journalism from the University of Washington and 30+ years media experience. She is currently the Editor of the Everett Post dedicated to providing current, relevant, and entertaining content for the local community.