We’re getting a lot of questions about registration for 2021. We know you’re eager to sign up, but event planning is still a constantly changing process and we want to get it right the first time. Go ahead and mark your calendars and plan accommodations because the ride will happen on August 1, 2021, we’re just not ready to start registering people yet. We’ll let you know as soon as registration opens. We are currently taking names for volunteers, so if you know someone who can’t do the ride but might like to be a part of this amazing event, please send them our way. They can add their name to the list of interested helpers at HERE
We’ve been getting a lot of inquiries for Ride the Hurricane this year. The race is always on the first Sunday in August, so you can mark your calendars as far forward as you want. We are excited to see the return of so many new cyclists who joined us last year, and of course our Canadian friends from across the Straits, who were very much missed at the 2020 ride. If you haven’t yet, please scroll to the bottom of the Home page and subscribe. That’s the best way to get the latest updates and news about Ride the Hurricane.
The jerseys have arrived and they’re sorted and ready to ship! They’re going out today, but if you live locally and you’d rather pick yours up at the Visitors Center, we’ll hang on to it. Send an email to email@example.com to make pickup arrangements.
It’s not too late to get a 2020 Ride the Hurricane Jersey
We ordered extra jerseys and we still have a few remaining. If you’d like to purchase one just shoot us an email at the address above.
RTH 2020 was a spectacular day with perfect ride weather. We know you got some amazing pics! We’d love to share them and feature them on the website. If you took any great pics (or video) that you’re willing to share, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Of course we’ll give full photo credit! If you’d like to provide any background info on the pictures (subject info, first-time RTHer, age, location along the route, etc.) please send that along too.
Photo courtesy of Heidi Austin
Our designer has given us an estimated delivery date of 9/18 for the jersey order, so you can expect yours to arrive a few days after that. We’ll post here as soon as we ship them. We ordered a few extras and still have some left, so if you’re interested please email email@example.com. Tell us which size you want (Women’s or Men’s, sizes range from XS-3XL) and we’ll let you know if we have any available. A link to the size chart is available on the Registration 2020 tab. If you’re unsure between sizes we recommend going with the bigger one. If you’ve already emailed to reserve one of the extras, no need to make another request. We’ll be in touch about payment when we ship them out.
We’re selling this year’s jerseys at our cost because we want to make it as easy as possible for you to remember this special ride during such a challenging year. Remember to mark your calendars for Sunday, August 1st, 2021! We’ve got big plans for next year, and it’ll be the best RTH ever!
We’re getting a lot of questions about registration for 2021. We know you’re eager to sign up, but event planning is still a constantly changing process and we want to get it right the first time. Go ahead and mark your calendars and plan accommodations because the ride will happen on August 1, 2021, we’re … Continue reading 2021 Registration
We’ve been getting a lot of inquiries for Ride the Hurricane this year. The race is always on the first Sunday in August, so you can mark your calendars as far forward as you want. We are excited to see the return of so many new cyclists who joined us last year, and of course … Continue reading Registration info coming soon!
The jerseys have arrived and they’re sorted and ready to ship! They’re going out today, but if you live locally and you’d rather pick yours up at the Visitors Center, we’ll hang on to it. Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to make pickup arrangements. It’s not too late to get a 2020 Ride the Hurricane … Continue reading Jerseys are here and we have extras!
We’ll be taking jersey orders until monday, 8/10/20
$60 total Includes Shipping
We hope that taking part in Ride the Hurricane has been a highlight of your summer, especially during this challenging year. Now that you’ve had this amazing experience, what better way to remember such an iconic ride than by owning a jersey to mark the occasion. Or if you don’t get one for yourself, think of what a wonderful and unexpected Christmas or birthday surprise it will make for someone who has achieved this remarkable accomplishment. We’re not making any profit from the jerseys. We are selling them at our cost, along with the price of shipping them to you. Expect them to arrive in 4-6 weeks.
Don’t forget to click on the links in the main menu to view your action and summit photos from the ride!
Photo courtesy or Mark Sinnott
We certainly don’t have to tell any of you that this was a challenging year with a steady stream of news about canceled events. We knew that to do this ride would have to be flexible and willing to adapt to nearly daily changes in the process. But we kept our heads down and moved forward with the planning. Regardless of all the things we had to let go along the way, we knew that as long as we could provide a fully supported ride up to Hurricane Ridge on a road that was closed to motor vehicles, we would achieve our goal. And thanks in no small part to all of you, we did it!
We’re not sending out a formal after ride survey this year, but we would love to have feedback that might help us get a jump start on planning for next year, which we hope will include an after-party at the pier with food, local beer, and live music. For those experienced RTH participants, what did you think of the true Sea to Summit ride with our new starting location? Was the advance check in during the two days leading up to the ride helpful? How was the increased variety of snacks at the aid stations? For our first-time riders, what did you think of the ride? Will you be back next year? RTH is always the first Sunday in August, so mark your calendars now! Next year we’ll be offering a fully supported Century ride (see route link for info). And for all of you, did you feel safe and comfortable with the extra precautions, and the social distancing measures put into place?
We would truly value any other feedback you may have, whether it’s praise or constructive criticism (keeping in mind, of course, that we were extremely limited in what we could do this year). It has been our pride and pleasure to share our slice of heaven on earth with you, and we look forward to doing it again next year, even bigger and better.
Please enter any feedback using the reply form below. We greatly appreciate it!
click the links in the main menu to see this year’s photos, the jersey (now available for order) and the ascent times for those who chose to be officially timed.
This was our first year timing, so we appreciate your patience as we work out the kinks. Keep an eye out here for the ascent times on the website today as well as a more detailed RTH wrapup. Jerseys are available for purchase, just click on the register link to order. If you aren’t subscribed to updates for this blog, please consider doing so now in order to receive all the latest info and FAQs on this ride (and possible future rides) each year. We will only use subscriber emails for conveying information about Ride the Hurricane or any potential future cycling events.
The Jersey design has been released and they’re ready to order! Click on the registration tab to check out the design for 2020 – a year none of us will probably ever forget.
If you haven’t signed your release of liability waiver, you MUST do it online prior to the ride. Visit the registration tab or the pinned blog post for a link to complete the waiver. Each individual has to have their own waiver completed, so if you signed up with someone else make sure you’ve all done one, and minors must be on an adult waiver.
We are not requiring masks during the ride, but anytime you’re off your bike and around others who aren’t in your group, please wear a mask. Help us demonstrate that we can have a safe and healthy event. We’re counting on you, the cyclists, to help make that happen. Use common sense etiquette. Don’t ride too close behind or beside someone who isn’t in your group. Grab your pre-packaged snacks from the aid station tables and spread out to enjoy the rest stop. Please do NOT crowd around the tables. If you’re waiting for a restroom, maintain 6 feet distance.
If you want your ascent timed officially and have it posted online, you must tell us in advance so we can enter your name into our timing system. There are no awards for the times, they’re just for bragging rights, and the list will be a simple list of names and times, not divided by age or gender. Also, if you choose to be timed please be patient and know that there’s a chance you’ll have a brief wait to depart the timing gate in order to allow proper distance. We’re trying it out this year to see if it makes a good addition to the ride, but remember, RTH is a ride, not a race, so enjoy yourself and go at your own pace. If you do want to be timed (on the ascent only) you need to let us know the by the day before the ride.
Come by the Port Angeles Visitors center for advance pickup of your ride materials on Friday, 7/31 or Saturday, 8/1 between 9 am and 7 pm.
This will allow you to hop on your bike the day of the ride and head up the mountain with no need to wait around or check in. If you want to pick up for someone else just ask them shoot us an email giving permission.