SN: 115730 - 2020 / Y0806
Interstate Bridges BIKE
Year Round Bike
From Fri, Jan 3rd to Thu, Dec 31st
Open from Daylight hours - Daily
This event doesn't have any special Programs assigned.
REMOTE START: You have multiple routes to ride with this bike event (14/19/27/31/50 km). This bike event includes a 14km short route to Gleason boat ramp and back, a 19km short route to Blue Lake and back. For a 27km you will ride to Blue Lake and back, plus continue 4km west to the Sea Scout docks on the Columbia River and return. The 31km ride goes to the Interstate Bridges going west along the Columbia River, crossing the I-5 bridge to Washington and returning east on the Washington side of the Columbia River to cross back into Oregon on the I-205 bridge. The 50km route includes the Blue Lake route and the Interstate Bridges route. Available dawn to dusk.
Distance: 14/19/27/31/50 km, Rating: 1B
The bike event registration log with instructions and map are in the same binder as the walking route instructions and map. After registering for this bike event you will drive to the Home Depot parking lot at 11633 NE Glenn Widing Drive. Detailed driving instructions on bike instruction sheet. Place your start card and payment in the zipper pouch inside the registration binder. AVA: 50 States & Centurion Challenges: OTSVA - Waterways & Water Treatment Plants ESVA - Restaurants - American FOR ANY QUESTIONS ABOUT THE BIKE ROUTE(S) - PLEASE CONTACT - TOM BALTES 505-298-1256
Awards and fees: IVV Credit Only
Driving to the start box
12518 NE Airport Way, Portland, Oregon. I-205 Northbound take exit 24B and I-205 Southbound take exit 24. Go East on NE Airport Way to NE 122nd Ave. Go past NE 122nd to the first driveway on your right and follow around to the right to the Starbucks store, parking is very limited. Driving Instructions to the Bike Start location are on the Bike Instructions. Ask for the "walk box tote" from one of the Barista's at the counter, it also has the maps and instructions for the Bike Event, with driving instructions.
Columbia River Volkssport Club
Event website: www.walking4fun.org