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Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Join us Saturday for a demo ride!

TREK bicycle demo this weekend! 

Saturday April 2nd, 10am to 4pm. Blue Heron Middle School. Stay on pavement or use the public trails to get to single track.

Test ride 2016 bikes!!   There will be everything from mountain, road, and electric. 

Bring an ID, helmet, and a parent if you are under 18. 
See the featured post button to the right to get a picture of our poster!--------------------------------->

Planning underway for the John Wayne Pioneer Trail

https://www.cascade.org/blog/2016/03/planning-underway-john-wayne-pioneer-trail


See their website for full details!

Saturday, March 19, 2016

Summertime with Adventure Cycling

Plan your family's summertime fun with Adventure Cycling. 

"This summer, fill the days with new places, friends, and smiling faces both on and off the bike. Enjoy bike touring fully-supported or self-contained with the kids in your life. Talent show. Swimming. Campfire s'mores and maybe some rafting. On a bike tour? Sure. A Family Fun bike tour!

Watch your youngsters flourish in the outdoors, make new friends, and discover all the wonders and benefits of traveling by bike. The miles will fly by and they'll be begging for more."

Friday, March 18, 2016

Free entry at State Parks Sat March 19



Tomorrow is the 103rd birthday for Washington State Parks. 
To celebrate, you get the gift of free entry to State Parks on March 19.  
No Discover Pass is needed
For information about

Monday, March 7, 2016

Trek Factory Demo!



Free bike demo provided by Trek Bikes. 
Come out and take a spin on the new bikes for 2016. 
There will be everything from mountain, road, and electric. 
Bring an ID, helmet, and a parent if you are under 18. 

We hope to see you there!

PTC board mtg 3/9

Dear Trail Supporter:
  This month the Peninsula Trails Coalition board meeting will be held in Port Townsend at the Community Center at Lawrence & Tyler on Wednesday, 3/9 at 7:00PM.  I encourage you to come to this meeting.
  Items for discussion will include the funding effort for the route determination study for connection of the Larry Scott Trail to the Discovery Bay community.  Funding issues regarding the work scheduled for this summer at the Maynard (Discovery Bay) will also be discussed.  In addition, reports on the recruitment of trail maintenance adopters, organization of an event fundraising committee, and future fundraisers, will be given.
  this is an open, public meeting, so please come, meet your board members, and participate in the discussions on your Olympic Discovery Trail.  Thank you.


​Sincerely
, Jeff
​ Selby
Vice President, Jefferson County,
Peninsula Trails Coalition​

Saturday, March 5, 2016

Mussels in the Kettles- March 12, 2016

The annual Mussels in the Kettles Mountain Bike and Poker Ride takes place Saturday, March 12, 2016 on beautiful Whidbey Island. Start location for this fun event (NOT a race!) is Coupeville High School. Riders can choose one of three routes through Fort Ebey and The Kettles parks based on skill level. Routes are color-coded green/easy, blue/moderate, and black/expert. Distance, elevation gain, and technical challenge increase with each level. Info at http://musselsinthekettles.net.


But wait - there's more, if you're heading over on the ferry from Port Townsend. The tides make mischief with the Port Townsend/Coupeville ferry schedule for Saturday, March 12, 2016.

These are the REVISED morning sailing times from Port Townsend (3/12/16 only):
6:10am
7:40am
9:10am


Afternoon ferry sailings are as regularly scheduled. Book your ferry reservation early (wsdot.com/ferries) as the morning is one sailing short of the regular crossings and reservations are likely to fill fast.