Gear Up for a Cycling Adventure!


Participate in the 9th Annual Sea, Trees & Pie Bike Ride on July 7 and get a WHOLE pie! This ride is designed to give you an opportunity to see, first-hand, the scenic beauty that the Whidbey Camano Land Trust has helped in part to protect. Riders will have a close-up view of the many nature preserves and agricultural lands protected by the Land Trust, including old-growth forests, working farms and important birding areas. We look forward to seeing you out there! Register by June 27. Read below for more information or register here.

Gear up for this fun, non-competitive bike ride! Choose from TWO locations on Whidbey Island to ride:

Central Whidbey (Crockett Lake/Ebey’s Reserve)

  • Choose from three loop routes: 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 or at pay station near check-in; cash or check only).
  • There is also some roadside parking nearby (look for signs on Highway 20)

South Whidbey (Maxwelton Valley/Glendale Beach)

  • For experienced riders only.
  • This route is approximately 22 miles with challenging hills and narrow roadways.
  • The start and end for this ride is at the Little Brown Church on the corner of Maxwelton Rd. and French Rd.


  • 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.
  • Children 16 and under ride for free.
  • Please register and make your pie selection by by June 27.

Road conditions: We did our best to create a fun ride with options for different rider levels. Sometimes unannounced construction projects will pop up along the routes. We apologize for any inconvenience these might cause. It is important to note that you DO NOT cross the Hwy on any of the routes. Check your map carefully for the routes. Strava links will be available at the start line for those interested. Please note that roads are not marked with route indicators. 

  • At the time of the ride: Campbell Rd., Deer Lake Rd., Humphry Rd., and Maxwelton Rd. may have loose gravel due to fresh chip seal.

Navy Jets: The Central Whidbey bike ride is close to Outlying Landing Field (OLF) where the Navy practices touch-and-go landings. We are unaware of the flight schedules for July 7, however it is possible that they will have flights.

Registration Information


Whichever route location you choose, the ride will take place on July 7 starting at 9:30 am. Once registered, watch for an email to come the week prior with event details. To receive a pie, you must register by June 27 and make your pie selection so we can have it ready for you on July 7, along with your ride packet.

Rates: $30 Single; $45 Family; Children (16 and under) ride for free.



Remember, your participation in this event benefits the Whidbey Camano Land Trust, which has worked to permanently protect treasured lands and waters on these beautiful islands since 1984. 

Selfies and Scenery!

Share images from the 2024 Sea, Trees & Pie Bike Ride. If you participate in the bike ride, please share your photos to or post to social media using the hashtag #irodeforpiewithWCLT. Thank you!

A Big Thank You to Our 2024 Ride Sponsors

Island Athletic Club



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