Whether you're a die-hard long distance cyclist, an adventurer seeking downhill biker, or a family looking for a fun outing, there's a good biking adventure to be had in Hood Canal. The Tahuya State Forest and the area around Lake Cushman are filled with an extensive network of bike friendly trails of all ability levels. So strap on your helmet, grab your metal steed, and enjoy the beauty of Hood Canal with a shot of adrenaline.
While there are limited resources for renting and repair in Mason County, Olympia and the surrounding area offer myriad resources and knowledge on cycling Hood Canal.
9242 Silverdale Way NW, Silverdale, WA 98383 | (360) 692-5508
For Bicycles, accessories, apparel, and service, stop in on your way out to Hood Canal. Silverdale Cyclery offers Cannonade, Raleigh, Surly, Santa Cruz, Turner, Torker, Redline, Currie Tech Electric Bikes, and friendly knowledgable staff.
418 NE 72nd St, Seattle, WA 98115 | (206) 524-2900
For excellent trail information, plenty of trail maps in the Olympics and surrounding area, and a tight-knit mountain biking community in the Pacific Northwest, visit Evergreen Mountain Bike Alliance before you leave Seattle and head to Hood Canal. Check out their event calendar and class list to make sure you don't miss any must-do's during your stay.
744 Bay St, Port Orchard, WA 98366 | (360) 895-2127
This family owned bicycle repair shop is located in downtown Port Orchard providing quality work at reasonable prices to get your bike all spruced up for your Hood Canal biking adventure.
Reach out to the Capital Bicycling Club (CBC) for information on where to ride in Hood Canal, biking events and group rides in the area, and pointers while planning your dream biking vacation in the Olympic Peninsula.
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While popular mountain biking trail networks like Seattle, Port Angeles, and the Capital Forest network dot the outskirts, a circumnavigation of the Hood Canal will uncover some local favorites and family-friendly riding.
If you haven’t tried it yet, you are in luck! The Vance Creek Railriders Opening day for the 2019 Season is May 18. Pedal the rails on the Simpson Logging rail line for a 12-mile round trip Fall foliage trip!
The fall colors on Hood Canal are heralding the close of summer. Time to head to the hills to embrace the much needed rains in the Olympic National Park as the hills and valleys go back to the Technicolor spectrum of green.
A weekend warrior is a 21st century beast whose population seems to be exponentially growing. As the “rolley chair blues” epidemic proliferates across the Pacific Northwest, so does the drive to combat it with an epic 48-hour adventure.