An Island Adventure Awaits!

This year we’re offering a hybrid option! Join us for the in-person ride on July 9 or participate in the virtual ride anytime through September 5 and get a WHOLE pie! Enjoy the scenic vistas of Ebey’s Landing National Historical Reserve on Whidbey Island during the popular Sea, Trees & Pie Bike Ride. Choose a 5, 10, or 20-mile loop ride. Many of the sights you’ll see are natural areas and farms protected by the Whidbey Camano Land Trust. We look forward to seeing you out there!

Gear up for this fun, non-competitive bike ride!

  • Ride with us in-person on July 9 (more information below) or participate at your own pace anytime through September 5.
  • We have three loop routes to choose from: 5, 10, and 20 miles (all approximate). Riders may do any combination of the routes.
  • The start and end of all loops is near the Coupeville ferry terminal at the State Park birding platform on Highway 20 across from Crockett Lake.
  • A valid Discover Pass is required for parking in the State Park parking lot at the birding platform (purchase at www.discoverpass.org or at pay station near check-in; cash or check only).
  • There is also some roadside parking nearby (look for signs on Highway 20).
  • Helmets are required for all riders.
  • Riders under the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. No riders under age 6 on their own bikes.
  • Registered entries will receive a voucher for a delicious, locally-made pie redeemable at 3 Sisters Market in Coupeville.
  • Children 16 and under ride for free.

Sea, Trees & Pie Bike Ride

Registration Information

How it works: 

HYBRID OPTIONS: There are two ways to participate in the Land Trust bike ride this year:

Option 1: Kick-off the event at an in-person group ride on July 9th starting at 9:30 am to noon. You will receive your packet when you check-in the day of the ride. Once registered, watch for an email to come the week prior with event details. To pick up your pie on this day, you must register by July 1 and make your pie selection so we can have it ready for you, otherwise you will be issued a voucher to collect your pie from 3 Sister’s Market at another time. Deadline to register for the Kick-off ride is July 7. No day-of registrations.

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Option 2: Determine when will work best for you and go at your leisure anytime throughout the summer. Once registered, we will send you an electronic rider packet by email including the course map highlighting protected properties, a list of birds to watch for on your ride and, of course, a pie voucher redeemable at 3 Sister’s Market in Coupeville.

REGISTER
Which ride is best for you? Learn more and register here for either option.

Rates: $25 Single; $40 Family; Children (16 and under) ride for free.

All proceeds benefit the Whidbey Camano Land Trust.

Sign up today!

LASTING REWARDS
Remember, your participation in this event benefits the Whidbey Camano Land Trust, which has worked to permanently protect treasured lands and waters on our beautiful islands since 1984. Among those properties is the 493-acre Crockett Lake Wetland Preserve, home base for this fun bike ride.

Selfies and Scenery!

Share images from the 2022 Sea, Trees & Pie Bike Ride. If you participate in the bike ride, please share your photos to haley@wclt.org or post to social media using the hashtag #irodeforpiewithWCLT. Thank you!

A Big Thank You to Our 2022 Ride Sponsors

Island Athletic Club

Jet Carrier Training Schedule

The bike ride is close to the Navy’s Outlying Landing Field (OLF). For a quieter ride, you might choose a day when the jets are not flying. Flight schedules are updated each Thursday or Friday showing the next week’s schedule (subject to change). They do not fly on Saturdays and Sundays. We’ll continue to show the latest schedule here:

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