It’s a cyclist’s weekend on the Olympic Peninsula!

Mark your calendars for the weekend of August 5th…the cyclist’s dream weekend on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula!

The fifth annual “Tour de Lavender” takes place on August 5, 2017, showcasing the world-loved lavender farms of the Sequim-Dungeness Valley.  You can ride easy on the scenic, cyclist-friendly Olympic Discovery Trail to visit lavender farms and other great places. More challenging options can take you up into the hills, along the Dungeness River and all around the Olympic Peninsula.

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Make it a full weekend of cycling fun. There are lots of overnight lodging options available to you and your family. Summer is at its best and you won’t want to miss out on the Olympic Peninsula’s incredible mountain and ocean vistas. Book early to avoid disappointment.

The “Tour de Lavender” includes options which will appeal to the broadest range of cyclists and their families. In addition to a Metric Century, there is the Fun Ride that takes you on a more leisurely visit to see from one to seven of the eight farms on the Tour, depending on your cycling skill and/or age. The two day “Pedal Power Weekend” also includes “Ride the Hurricane” when cyclists have the famed Hurricane Ridge Road up into the Olympic National Park all to themselves–free of vehicles– from 7AM to Noon on Sunday, August 6, 2017.

Avalanche liiies at sunset along Obstruction Point Rd., Olympic

So come join us, take home some lavender–and some great memories to hold you over ’til 2018…. See you on August 5, 2017 for an amazing Pedal Power Weekend!
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