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Ride: 1000 km (run concurrently with the Cascade 1200 km
Entry Fee: $175.00. Medal additional $8.00 (Available to RUSA and BC Randonneurs members only). Please make all entry and membership fees payable to SIR. Registration will be available Friday, June 24, between 10:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. and from 4:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. on Saturday, June 25.
Fee Structure Explanation for joining SIR:
Please read the FAQs for the Cascade 1200 km.
Equipment needed: Remember riding gear for inclement weather, bike tools, spare tubes, and food/water for yourself. All riders should be familiar with the SIR Brevet Riders Expectations
Headlights (white and clearly visible from 150 yards to oncoming traffic), tail lights, and red rear reflectors are required. Note that many taillights are also legal reflectors. These may be checked and riders disqualified if they do not function. Functional lights must be mounted on bike at all times. Lights must be operating at night on each bike in a group. Blinking taillights are permitted, but note that these may bother other riders.
Reflective vests and leg bands are required for riding at night or during poor visibility. This is for your safety and others in the group.
Hand held flashlights or helmet mounted lights are recommended for repairs made in the dark.
As a courtesy to other riders, fenders (with 1/4 coverage front wheel and 1/2 coverage rear wheel) are recommended. Additional rear splashguards are recommended for group riding.
Ride Beginning: Monroe, WA
Ride End: Monroe, WA
Route Description: Run concurrently with the Cascade 1200. The 1000km brevet will start at the same time and place as the Cascade 1200 and the first 775km of the route will be the same. From Farmer, however, the 1000km route will continue west on US 2 until the finish in Monroe. 1000km riders are welcome to use the overnight facilities of the Cascade 1200 in Carson and Quincy.
Last Updated: 06.15.05
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