The Tour de Lavender is held every year around the 1st weekend of August. It is not a race.
- 7:00 AM
- Extreme Sports Park, Port Angeles, WA
All info at https://peninsulaadventuresports.com/events/extreme-cx-port-angeles/
- 9:45 AM
A great single-day race in Sequim, a sunny town in the rain shadow of the beautiful Olympic Mountain Range. Start is across the road from the Dungeness State Park and Recreation Area. Day-of event registration only. The course is very flat and fast. A 12 mile lap course on chip-seal surfaced with three rolling rises, and wind historically has been a factor usually out of the west between 10 to 20 mph. Course is the same as in years past. Finish will be on...
- 9:00 AM
A 40-ish Mile mixed surface ramble for the love of hot coffee, cold beer and dirty bikes. Totally FREE! Totally FUN! All info at: https://velolympic.blogspot.com/2022/02/4th-annual-disco-bay-mixer-march-26th.html © OpenStreetMap contributors Total distance: 38.57 miMax elevation: 919 ftMin elevation: -127 ftTotal climbing: 2593 ftDownload file: Disco_Bay_Mixer.gpx
About The Hoh-ly Roller Base camp for this event is at the world famous Hoh River, and there is also a private campground at this location. We hope you like the color green because you are going to be seeing a lot of it. Green trees, green moss, green hills. This is the heart of one of the largest temperate rainforests in the world and you are going to love rolling through it. The Hoh-ly Roller will have long sections of...
About The Bon Jon Pedal Bender Originally called the Quilcene Gravel Unravel, this is now the third race in the Olympic Peninsula Series. The village of Quilcene is perfectly placed at the base of the Olympic Mountains, and along Quilcene Bay. This town is synonymous with hospitality, and especially welcoming are the great folks at Worthington Park, where we will be based for the day. After leaving Worthington Park, riders head for their first challenge – Bon Jon Pass. Luckily July is...
- 965 Finn Hall Rd Port Angeles, WA 98362
Catch the spirit of America’s Provence™ where the Olympic Mountains roll down to the sea and lavender grows so well. The oceanfront Washington Lavender Farm, part of the George Washington Inn & Estate, hosts its annual lavender festival with food, music, crafts and demonstrations in a historical setting that includes all things lavender. The 2022 event is a 10-day farm festival for lavender lovers coming to the Sequim Valley from greater Seattle and beyond.
- Carrie Blake Community Park Sequim, WA 98382
The founders of the Lavender Festival began with a vision of rolling purple fields to replace fallow dairy pasture, restoring the agricultural base of the fertile Sequim Prairie. Since then, cultivation of lavender in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley has grown into a strong, environmentally sound, agri-business. Over 110,000 lavender plants are grown each year in the area. With its myriad uses beyond sheer fragrance – cosmetic, culinary, medicinal, craft, decorative – the magical herb has fostered dozens of small, creative ventures...
Wynoochee Lake is a hidden gem on the South Side of Olympic National Park just outside the park boundary in National Forest on Chehalis ancestral lands. Built in 1972, the Wynoochee Dam is used for flood control, irrigation, and industrial water storage. Every course will take you around the lake in its entirety, including a mile of single-track on the Maidenhair Falls Trail, and you will discover this tucked-away gem for yourself. The Wynoochee Lake area represents some of the...
Tour the lush lavender farms of “America’s Provence while enjoying spectacular vistas of sea and mountains as you ride through the quiet pastoral countryside of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley. Come see what makes the Tour de Lavender “More than just a ride….It’s an Experience!”
- 7:00 AM
- Port Angeles
Ride the Hurricane is not a race, but a challenging, athletic hill climb starting on the shores of the Straits of Juan de Fuca. Participants ride at their own pace, through the spectacular vistas of the iconic Hurricane Ridge road, which is closed to all motor vehicles during the event. Cyclists ascend the Olympic Mountains into the incomparable beauty of Olympic National Park, winding through alpine meadows and old growth forest, until finally reaching the top. This challenging, athletic accomplishment...