I've done this ride put on by the Cascade Bicycle club for the past several years. It's a great ride although the "colors" are hit and miss. I'll be riding both loops for a total of about 57 miles. Our average speed will be about 14-16 MPH. I'll be taking the 7:55 ferry from Edmonds which will get us into Kingston about 8:30.
For those who want to register the day of the ride, you can do so at the Kingston starting point.
Here is a link to the ride website: https://shop.cascade.org/content/events/kitsap-color-classic-details
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Wet but what did we expect? I think the forecast scared off a bunch if folks but it was nevertheless a fun ride.
0 · September 29, 2013
I will try to be at Kingston at 8:30. Will you folks be wearing Cascade kits? Are you folks wearing legs warmers or do you think it's plenty warm?
0 · September 28, 2013
Uh oh, leaving BI now so don't think I'll be in Kingston in time.,.Ill look for Cascade jerseys on the road. Have a great ride everybody! ;)
I've unfortunately caught a cold that's kicking my butt. Due to it and the weather I'm going to have to bow out of the ride. I'll leave it posted as the Cascade club does a great job with ride support. My apologies for the change in my plans.
I am curious if anyone is going 10-12 mph?
0 · September 16, 2013
I'll be riding a little more "spirited"....
0 · September 24, 2013
If you go for this ferry you have to pay for the ferry, 8:50 is the first ferry covered on KCC
0 · September 23, 2013
You can sign up for the Kingston start and they don't charge you for the ferry. Then pay for the ferry on your own.
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