TOUR DE WHIDBEY

THANK YOU!!
The 2021 Tour de Whidbey was a HUGE success!

After our 2020 hiatus, the WhidbeyHealth Foundation was thrilled to host the 2021 Tour de Whidbey. Known as one of the most beautiful bike rides in the Pacific Northwest it didn't disappoint.

Over 500 riders came out for the fun and the challenge! We had over 65 riders on our 10-mile family ride and over 42 riders pushed themselves to the max on the 162-mile POWER ride!

Visit the official Tour de Whidbey site and check out the Gallery for some of the amazing photos of the 2021 ride.

THANK YOU TO OUR PLATINUM SPONSORS

A special thanks to the amazing generosity of our 2021 Platinum Spoke Sponsors!

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

Thanks to all of our generous 2021 Sponsors!

Volunteers

A HUGE THANKS

to the 100+ volunteers who came out to support the event!

Riders had several routes to choose from, and thanks to our volunteers, each route had FULLY STOCKED HOSPITALTY BREAK-STATIONS EVERY 10-12 MILES!

SO THANKS VOLUNTEERS!

We couldn't have done it without you!

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A route for everyone
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SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE!

Tour de Whidbey is a fantastic event that brings locals and visitors with a passion to ride for a cause!

From our 10 mile family ride to the 33, 50, 67, or 100 miles route, there was something for everyone. If you were up for the challenge there was our 162 mile Perimeter Route POWER RIDE!

Riders could enjoy a leisurely ride or push themselves to the limit while enjoying the breathtaking views from the “back roads” and ocean vistas from the waters’ edge.

They rode for the fun, the challenge, their health, and the impact!

Ride Safely

Like always, SAFETY was a top priority!

The Tour de Whidbey is not a race. Riders start and finish at their own pace. All roads are open to normal traffic.

Helmets were mandatory.

For the safety of participants, crews and spectators, anyone not fully vaccinated is required to wear a mask.

Riders are asked to be courteous to local drivers and obey the rules of the road.

Participants are asked to ride in single file.

We recommend that each rider bring a cell phone for emergencies, a repair kit, and some warm, waterproof layers in case of inclement weather.

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GET READY TO RIDE IN 2022!
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GET READY TO RIDE!

For everyone who rode this year, as well as those who were not able to join us, mark your calendars. 

The Tour de Whidbey will be back!

August 20, 2022

 

See you then!