Route & Map Details


You can find all the Tulip Pedal Routes by Logging into Map My Ride, Click Routes, and Search "2020 Tulip Pedal Bike Ride" in Mount Vernon, WA All routes should show up.  Ride should be active on April 1st, 2020

The Tulip Pedal Bike Ride offers three rides:

  • 20-mile course around the tulip fields between Mount Vernon and La Conner. You will ride past Tulip Town and Roozengaarde for those that want to stop and take a picture. Great for the road bike beginner. Includes one sponsored check stop to help fuel your ride. 

                  Start Elevation : 7FT

                  Max Elevation : 26FT

                  Gain : 130FT

  • 40-mile course that will take riders south to Fir Island, around the tulip fields, past Tulip Town, Roozengaarde, and back to La Conner. This ride includes some brief climbs, finishing with a flat area through the tulip fields. A perfect ride to get your season started. Includes two sponsored check stop to help fuel your ride.

                  Start Elevation : 7FT

                  Max Elevation : 130FT

                  Gain : 655FT

  • 60-mile course will incorporate elements of the shorter courses, but will take cyclists past breathtaking views of Mount Baker, the Cascades, and Samish & Padilla bays. Get your road bike season started with a metric century ride you won't soon forget. This ride includes lots of great tourist stops along the way. It also includes three sponsored check stop to help fuel your ride.

                  Start Elevation : 7FT

                  Max Elevation : 239FT

                  Gain : 1195 FT

All rides begin and end at the La Conner Elementary School complex, 512 N. 6th St., in lovely La Conner, Washington. 

All Parking is free of charge.

Registration begins at 7:00 a.m., closes at noon. Course is open from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m. All ages are welcome. We recommend children under 10 yrs. old be accompanied by an adult.

Proceeds benefit Safe Kids Northwest which provides child injury prevention activities and education in Island, Skagit, San Juan and Whatcom Counties, Washington.

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