- Family-friendly 10 mile Our family ride is an easy loop that won’t disappoint. The route heads directly south of Coupeville around Crockett Lake and past Admiralty Bay. Enjoy watching the ferries come in and out or stop and explore Fort Casey. No need to pack a lunch because our Driftwood Park break station is a fan favorite and has you covered!
- Half Metric Century-33 mile, 1764 vertical feet Riders love the “33” because the distance is just right and rare to find in supported rides. This route starts out heading north around Penn Cove, through Oak Harbor and out to the west side of the island for the best beach, farm, and forest scenery that Whidbey has to offer. Once you hit Ebey’s landing, you will be surrounded by national park as you make your way back to the finish line. Our 2 break stations along the way will have plenty of drinks and snacks to keep you nourished.
- Half Century-50 mile, 2695 vertical feet The Half Century has 3 break stations and routes through central and north Whidbey. The ride begins on Penn Cove, heads up through Oak Harbor and over to West Beach. You will have amazing views of Puget Sound as you head south on West beach, and then again at Fort Ebey and Fort Casey. After crossing the highway at Race Rd, you will head back up the island towards Penn Cove and through charming downtown Coupeville.
- Metric Century-66 mile, 4305 vertical feet The Metric Century routes through central and south Whidbey. This ride starts out heading south down Ft. Casey Rd towards Admiralty Bay. After a short stint on the highway, you’ll follow the tree lined Smugglers Cove Road past Lagoon Point, South Whidbey State Park, and Mutiny Bay. Riders then cross the island over to downtown Langley and back up the leeward east side. Hills are tough back up through Freeland and Greenbank, but the views can’t be beat and our 5 break stations will keep you energized!
- Century-100 mile, 6146 vertical feet The Century route travels through north and south Whidbey. The ride begins on Penn Cove, heads up through Oak Harbor and over to West Beach for some stellar Olympic Mountain views. Riders then head south along the west side and cross the island at Mutiny Bay over to Langley for some seaside charm. The route back up the east side is no joke with a few serious hills as you pass through Freeland and Greenbank back into Coupeville. Not to worry though, you will be supported for the full 100 miles with our 7 break stations along the way!
- Whidbey POWER-162 mile, 10,723 vertical feet POWER stands for Perimeter of Whidbey Endurance Route, and that is just what it is! You will start out heading north around Penn Cove and ride up through Oak Harbor all the way to Deception Pass. Then back down the island along the west side with sweeping views of Puget Sound. The route winds down to the very southern tip of Possession Point and back up the east side through Langley, Freeland, Greenbank and back to Coupeville. This final 3rd of the route has some killer hills and killer views, so conserve your energy. We have a total of 10 break stations on the POWER route to keep you fueled and hydrated!