Sequim Bicycle Alliance
Sequim Bicycle Alliance is an umbrella coordinating group for bicycling stakeholders in eastern Clallam County. The City’s role is to help support Sequim’s Bronze-level “Bike Friendly Community” six "E’s": Education, Encouragement, Engineering, Evaluation, Enforcement, and Economic development. The group meets periodically at the Sequim Civic Center or online. Email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or archived meeting notes.
- Vision/Mission (PDF) (January 2017)
- Meeting Notes (PDF) (2022 only, contact the City for archived notes)
celebrate national bike month 2023!
Check out local activities and events showcasing the fun of biking in Sequim!
Social Media and Partner Websites
- Peninsula Trails Coalition (PTC) (Olympic Discovery Trail).
- Strava club "Take a Spin in Sequim" and others including "Sequim Bike Works" and "Ben’s Bikes"
- Facebook page "Sequim Cycling"
- Instagram page "Sequim Cycling"
Regular Group Rides (updated Spring 2023)
- Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 9:30 a.m.: The Spoke Folks roll out from 950 N. 5th Avenue (Sequim Community Church north lot). Rides average 20 miles, helmet required, moderate speed, no drops, riders welcome. For details contact Tom Coonelly at 360-681-7053.
- Every Tuesday and Friday, 9:30 a.m.: Women on Wheels (WoW) meet at Railroad Bridge Park (Dungeness River Nature Center) for safe group rides. For more info contact Jeanie Robards, email@example.com
- Every Sunday, 9:30 a.m.: The Sequim Sunday Riders depart from the Dungeness Wildlife Refuge at 554 Voice of America Road for a 25+ mile ride. Timing varies depending on the time of the year, but mostly at 9:30. For more information contact Randy Barber, 360-477-4156.
Enjoying a sunny outdoor meeting on Railroad Bridge on the ODT over the Dungeness River, April 6, 2022, with representatives from the coast-to-coast Great American Rail-Trail project (based in Washington D.C.). Photo is Hannah Merrill and Ann Soule (City of Sequim), Marianne Fowler (Rails to Trails), Clare Hatler (Dungeness River Nature Center), Wendy Clark-Getzin (Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe), and Kevin Belanger (Rails to Trails).