Olympic Peninsula
August 3rd, 2019 @ 7:00am PST
On Sale Until: Sunday, July 21st 2019, 5:00 pm

601 North Sequim Ave
Sequim, Washington
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This ticket is for Pedego bike owners. 

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If you do not own a Pedego, please contact Pedego Sequim to reserve a Pedego rental. Bikes are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis. You are also more than welcome to bring your own bike to participate in the ride.

601 North Sequim Ave
Sequim, Washington
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Event Schedule:

7:30AM - Check-in & pick up packet at the start of the Tour de Lavender Cycling Event: 601 North Sequim Ave, Sequim, WA 98382

8:00AM - Course opens

8:00AM - 4:00PM -

The ride route heads east at the start and you can visit many different lavender farms if you ride the whole loop: Purple HazeJardin du SoleilOlympic Heritage LavenderThe Lavender ConnectionB&B Family Lavender FarmMartha Lane LavenderKitty B’s Lavender FarmVictor’s Lavender, and Washington Inn & Lavender Estate.

Along the way, you’ll have abundant views of open prairie, water, and mountains. Short side-trips to visit the 3 Crabs Wetlands Reserve and the Dungeness Wildlife Refuge, both of which offer stunning views north across the Salish Sea to the San Juan Islands and Canada. If you’re lucky you might even be rewarded with the special appearance of seals or orcas playing close-in to shore.

Ride the entire 34-mile route, or divide it into smaller pieces with a loop to a select group of farms or one or more “out-and-back” treks to individual farms. Each farm has a dedicated Tour de Lavender support station offering snacks, beverages, and quick access to mechanical support if your bike needs it. Each farm also has its own unique character, but all are dedicated to making your visit a memorable experience and truly “cyclist-friendly.”

The Pedego Palooza route is over mostly level terrain, and most of it is on the (car-free) Olympic Discovery Trail, the Peninsula’s crown jewel of scenic bikeways.

Route Maphttps://ridewithgps.com/routes/13109249