2015 Tour de Whidbey – September 19th

You will love the country roads of Whidbey Island!


Support the Whidbey General Hospital Foundation by riding the Tour de Whidbey.

THIS YEAR the goal is to purchase of state-of-the-art patient beds for Whidbey General Hospital by raising $40,000. Yes, we can!

The mission of The Whidbey General Hospital Foundation is to support Whidbey General Hospital and community health endeavors through public awareness and the development and management of charitable resources.

Riders have six routes to choose from, each with a hospitality break-station every 10-12 miles:

    • 100 mile route that is a figure-8 course, beginning and ending at the historic Greenbank Farm. It is considered one of the more challenging century rides in the state.
    • Two 50 mile routes, which offer riders a choice of enjoying Central/North or Central/South Whidbey Island sights and scenes. Either will give intermediate riders a workout.
    • 40 mile and 30 mile South Whidbey routes that provide the same gorgeous scenery but with less elevation change.
    • A family-friendly, virtually flat 10 mile route winds through historic prairie, beach and farm lands west of the town of Coupeville.

10514280_625882740842875_1303202334258104162_oThe Tour de Whidbey is not a race. Riders start and finish at their own pace.  

All roads are open to normal traffic. Riders are asked to be courteous to local drivers and obey the rules of the road.

Riders must be 12 years or older to participate in the 30, 40, 50 and 100 mile rides. No age restriction to ride the 10 mile route.

All minors (children under 18) must be accompanied by an adult rider over 18. No more than 3 minors per adult rider. A waiver must be signed by a parent or guardian for any minor rider.


IF you can’t make the ride you can support the foundation with a donation.

Photo Credits: Whidbey General Hospital Foundation

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