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Sea, Trees, & Pie Bike Ride

July 9 @ 9:30 am - 12:00 pm

An Island Adventure, a Scenic Ride and a PIE!

Buckle your chin strap and get ready to enjoy wonderful scenery, nature and delicious pie. Registration for the 7th annual Whidbey Camano Land Trust’s Sea, Trees & Pie Bike Ride is underway.

The summer bike ride is a non-competitive event for riders of all ages and abilities. This year we’re offering a hybrid option! Join us for the in-person ride on July 9 or participate in the virtual ride anytime through September 5. Both options still get you a pie!

Those interested in participating in the in-person, kick-off ride must register by July 1 to reserve your pie, otherwise you’ll be issued a voucher to collect your pie from 3 Sisters Market at another time. The final deadline to register for the kick-off ride is July 7. Please – no day-of registrations.

Riders may choose from 5, 10 or 20-mile loop routes going through beautiful Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve. The 5-mile loop has fairly-level terrain and is designed for both beginning and young bike riders.

The start and finish line for all routes is at the Fort Casey State Park birding platform across from Crockett Lake – look for our sign. A Discover Pass is required to park there. After you register, you’ll receive an email with more details and information.

The bike ride goes past dozens of properties permanently protected by the Land Trust (read more about us below). Whidbey’s largest wetland system, Crockett Lake, is a prominent natural feature along all three routes. You’ll also see Admiralty Inlet, the Olympic Mountains (if the sun is out), fertile farm fields, splendid views and so much more.

As you cycle, soak in the natural beauty of Whidbey Island while supporting the Land Trust’s conservation work. The cost is $25.00 for a single rider and $40.00 for families. Children 16 and under are free. All riders must wear helmets.

Learn more and register here! https://www.wclt.org/get-involved/bikeride/

By partnering with willing landowners and the broader community, the Whidbey Camano Land Trust works to protect and expand healthy, healthy and connected natural areas, public parks and family farms. Our work benefits climate resiliency, clean air and water, safe local food, refuges for fish and wildlife and provides places for people to connect with nature. Smart conservation also helps our local economy by attracting new people and businesses to these treasured islands. Visit our website, www.wclt.org or call us at 360-222-3310.


July 9
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
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