Member Time Bicycle Class Sortable time
Arscott, Deirdre 14:31 Single 52260
Baker, Gary 14:09 VP Single 50940
Barr, Susan 14:31 Single 52260
Bonga, Anna 14:31 Single 52260
Cojocaru, Alex 12:47 Single 46020
Danicek, Will 15:17 Single 55020
den Braber, Rick 18:04 Recumbent 65040
Fergusson, Eric 14:04 Single 50640
Fingler, Colin 14:31 Single 52260
Fraser, Keith 12:21 Single 44460
Hagen, Mike 13:13 Single 47580
Hossack, Étienne 10:39 Single 38340
Lach, David 17:16 Single 62160
McIntosh, Michael 13:57 Single 50220
Person, Ed 12:21 Single 44460
Press, Nigel 10:39 Single 38340
Rapier, Andrew 11:21 Single 40860
Simpson, Daniel 12:21 Single 44460
Spratt, Nathan 14:00 Single 50400
Stewart, Ronald DNF Single 999999998
van Wersch, Paul 14:09 VP Recumbent 50940
Wyne, Theo 14:22 Single 51720

This is a pleasant tour of Whatcom County using familiar roads on a long established route. The ride starts in Fort Langley and travels through Abbotsford, before crossing the border at Sumas. A 24 km run along South Pass Road takes riders to the first control at Silver Lake. Glacier is next, and a sensible place for a well-deserved espresso at the Wake-N- Bakery, before a U turn to head south to Alger. On the way back north, there will be glimpses of Lake Samish before passing through Bellingham, Lummi and the truck crossing back into Canada. From the last control at the Campbell River Store, it’s a short 30 kilometers to the finish at the Fort Pub. Most of the roads should be relatively quiet, but riders will need to pay particular attention on several long stretches of winding roads with narrow or no shoulders. The ride will be unsupported, but there are adequate supplies available along the way. If anyone is interested, volunteers would be helpful at Silver Lake and the finish. The long term forecast shows a warm, sunny day for Saturday – see you then!
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