The 9th Annual Dewey Griffin Subaru Tour De Whatcom
We do accept day-of registrations!
Come join us for the "Dewey Griffin Subaru Tour de Whatcom", a fun charity bike ride in Whatcom County. Whatcom Events now manages the Tour de Whatcom. Whatcom Events is a community non-profit organization that also manages the Ski to Sea and the Muds to Suds events.
First 3 Sets of Photos of Riders at Village Green
July 27, 2013 - Go to Flickr here>>>
Gift Certificates for All Riders - download PDF file here>>>
The rides are awesome. You get to see everything: Mt Baker, Lake Whatcom, valleys, rivers, lush farmland, beaches and Puget Sound all in one fairly level ride. Free pictures too. We will have a special Tour deWhatcom backdrop located in the Bellingham Farmer's Market in front of Boundary Bay Brewery. You can either take your picture with your own camera, or we can take it and send it to you via Facebook. REI & Fairhaven Bike Club will be available for free safety checks and *quick* repairs (parts are at your expense). Motorcycles will be cruising the routes to make sure all are safe. Trucks are on call to pick up anyone needing a lift. $10 surcharge for day-of registrations so please register online. Beautiful ride for a great cause! Celebrate in Bellingham after your great ride.
In 2013 we had 1,020 riders and raised over $10,000 for charities plus pledges! In the past two years, Tour de Whatcom has given away $30,000.00 to non-profits. This is above and beyond the pledges that went directly to the "charity of your choice" for each rider. In 2013, the beneficiary of your ride was the WMBC-Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition.
From: Matt Durand, President, Whatcom County Mountain Bike Coalition
"We are grateful to be the beneficiary of proceeds from the Tour De Whatcom and to Whatcom Events for recognizing our organization; without all of the dedicated community members contributing to this organization over the years, we wouldn't have the 50+ miles of mountain biking trails we currently have access to. This enables our organization to continue growing and seize on opportunities that are paramount to making Whatcom County a world class recreation destination, namely the newly voted on reconveyance lands and our proposal for expanded mountain bike access and trails in Larrabee State Park."
Every year the WMBC coordinates hundreds of volunteers amounting to thousands of volunteer hours for the trails in Whatcom County. They have a strong youth involvement and work with the Bellingham School District, Lummi Nation Tribal School, Mt Baker School District, Ferndale School District, Boy Scouts of America for Eagle Scout Projects, among others.
|105 Miles||6:45 a.m.||7:30 a.m.||$50|
|50 Miles||9:15 a.m.||10:00 a.m.||$40|
|25 Miles||10:45 a.m.||11:30 a.m.||$30|
|Family Pack is max $110 for your entire household!
*$10 surcharge for day-of registrations