Cycling

You can’t beat central Whidbey and Coupeville for biking!

There are easy rides, hard rides, soothing rides, long or short rides, but their all beautiful rides, in and around Coupeville.

Ride around the roads and streets of Coupeville, Madronna, Ebey’s Prairie, on your own or use the maps and trail information provided by the Whidbey Island Bicycle Club.

Whidbey Island Bicycle Club facebook.

Mountain Bike Club facebook

One great ride is “The Kettles” right outside Coupeville.  With more than 30 miles of trails, considered level to moderate, “the kettles” landscape was literally scraped out of the earth by retreating “Vashion Glacier” in the last ice age.

Kettle Trails Map

For group rides, you can ride Whidbey Island Bicycle Club’s Mussels in the Kettles the first weekend of every March during during MusselFest weekend. 3 routes for all level riders. Family friendly.

Or you can participate in the Tour deWhidbey every August in support of the Whidbey General Hospital Association.

Photos Credited to Whidbey Island Bicycle Club