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Spring 200K Brevet (ACP) 3/18/2017


The roads in the Carnation valley are flooded, more rain is expected; do we cancel? No, we head to the hills! I'm posting a reroute that includes a climb to Ames Lake. Bring your fenders and water bike, you know you want to do this!!

An early season ride in the rain finishing at RedHook Brewery- what could be better? (Bad decisions make great stories)

Revised RideWithGPS here

Revised Cuesheet

Cue sheet and RideWithGPS were updated at 8:20 pm after pre-driving the modified route. The change - after the control at mile 25.6 take 202 all the way to Ames Road.

Ride Summary:

This is an early season ride starting in Woodinville  and wandering around Lake Sammamish and Carnation before finishing up at Redhook.

We ride south on the Sammamish river trail, down the east side of Lake Sammamish before climbing to the Issaquah Highlands. After a quick decent into the valley we go right by Sandy's in Carnation we climb up to Ames Lake on our way to Snohomish.l From there we head north on the Centennial trail to the Bryant store, our northern most point. On the way back we go back through Snohomish before climbing Broadway on our way back to Woodinville and the finish at the Redhook Brewery.

Organizers: Albert Meerscheidt and Allyson Welsh

Date: Mar 18 2017

7:00 am start

Start Location: Balllfield Park (Northshore Athletic Fields) near Redhook Brewery, 14735 NE 145th St, Woodinville, WA 98072
End Location:

Redhook Brewery, 14300 NE 145th St, Woodinville, WA 98072

Directions: Please park in the Balllfield Park near the brewery. Do not park at the Redhook Brewery.
Entry Fee:

$10.00 SIR members, $20.00 non-members.
Please make all entry and
membership fees payable to SIR.

Cue Sheet: Cuesheet here
Map: RideWithGPS here
Notes: Issaquah Highlands - Many mapping programs have not kept up with the recent construction in the Highlands, approx. mile 32. At that point in the ride it is easier connecting with Issaquah Highlands drive if you take a right onto the footbridge over Issaquah Highlands Drive, cross Discovery Drive and then join Issaquah Highlands Drive.  If you are not familiar with that area, we suggest that you take a look at the area online at https://www.google.com/maps/@47.5378205,-122.0187522,76m/data=!3m1!1e3

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