Whidbey General Hospital

Tour de Whidbey

Saturday, Aug. 20

New venues and activities this year!

About the Tour de Whidbey

Nestled at the mouth of Puget Sound, Whidbey Island offers some of the most scenic vistas in all of Washington State. As Tour de Whidbey riders travel the back roads, they will experience unique scenery and varied terrain.

You will love the country roads of Whidbey Island!

Riders have five routes to choose from, each with a hospitality break-station every 10-12 miles:

    • 100 mile route through beautiful South Whidbey, including through the streets of downtown Freeland and Langley's Village By the Sea.
    • 50 mile route through Central/South Whidbey Island passing beautiful Deer Lake.
    • 40 mile and 30 mile South Whidbey routes provide the same gorgeous scenery, but with less elevation change.
    • A family-friendly virtually flat 10 mile route winds through historic prairie, beach and farm lands west of the town of Coupeville.

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Ride safely!

The Tour de Whidbey is not a race. Riders start and finish at their own pace.

All roads are open to normal traffic. Riders are asked to be courteous to local drivers and obey the rules of the road.

 

Please ride in single file.

We recommend that each rider bring a cell phone for emergencies, a repair kit and warm and waterproof clothing that can be layered to respond to the weather.

 

Helmets are mandatory!

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The Tour de Whidbey raises money annually for the Whidbey General Hospital Foundation.

 

2016 GOAL

Quality healthcare on
Whidbey Island.

 

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