This will be a non-competitive ride for all types of riders. We have set up three routes through Fort Ebey and the Kettles trail system – a GREAT TIME during Musselfest!
Never ridden the Kettles? Check out this video from WIBC member Brian Wood – riding the “Kettles Cleaner” trail.
Click the Pic!
“Kettle Cleaner” is part of Mussels in the Kettles expert route, Music by Dropkick Murphys, I’m Shipping off to Boston from The Departed.
Green – Easiest Route: 7.75 miles – Double Track – Rolling Hills – Non Technical
Blue- Moderate Route: 9.75 miles – Double & Single Track – Steep Hills – Some Technical
Black- Expert Route: 11.25 miles – Double & Single Track – Steep Hills – Expert Technical
March 2nd, 2013 !! 9am – LET’s RIDE !
Sign up and start tent at Coupeville Middle School
6 S Main St, Coupeville WA 98239
Sign up at: www.active.com or
Cost: Early registration is $20.00, but after February 28th it will be $30.00 per person. 15 and under registration is just $5, so bring the kids! Active 2013 WIBC members are just $5.00 per rider.
Schwag: The first 250 participants to sign up will receive a pair of “Mussels in the Kettles” bike socks. All registrants will receive a schwag bag of cool stuff.
Your bib ticket enters you into a drawing for free prizes and a beverage at MusselFest tent.
Three card stops are located along the trail, stop and receive a card and enjoy our home made cookies. There will also be water, other treats and minor bike repair available at the card stations.
Safety: You may ride multiple routes; however, we request that you stay on designated routes. Routes are set to keep skilled riders separated from non-skilled riders with minimal reverse traffic on the trails. Please follow all rules of the trails, helmet required and ride in control. Rules of the Trail.
MORE KETTLES RIDING – Click the Pic
From Veteran’s Day – 2012