Kaiser Permanente Seattle to Portland presented by Alaska Airlines
STP is still on as planned for July 18-19, 2020
Decision deadline on cancellation or adjustment: May 15th
This is a difficult time for everyone and uncertainty and ambiguity is uncomfortable. We are asking our community for support and patience as we continue to navigate the unknowns of our event season. This is particularly difficult on our organization as we rely on event registrations to support our staff, advocacy, and education work. We are following the recommendations set forth by local, state, and national authorities, in that order. Decisions will be made at the time of the “decision date” with the most up to date knowledge and instruction by our public health officials.
Please read our refund FAQs and know that we will have to evaluate each event cancellation in order, do not contact us before the “decision date” listed on the website. We will send all currently registered riders emails on what options they have if an event should be canceled as each event option will be slightly different.
If you need more clarification or feel your questions remain unanswered after visiting the refund FAQ, we urge you to email vs. call. We are not in the office and not answering phones live. email@example.com is your quickest way to get a response.
July 18 -19, 2020
The Seattle to Portland (STP)
This 206-mile iconic bicycle ride is the largest multi-day bicycle event in the Pacific Northwest with up to 8,000 participants riding from Seattle to Portland in one or two days every year! You will roll out of Seattle with the sun rising over Lake Washington, and along the way you will enjoy open views of Mount Rainier and Mount Saint Helens. You will also cruise through the scenic valleys, forests, and farmlands of western Washington and Oregon. Come ride what Bicycling Magazine has listed as one of the best cycling events in the nation!
ONLINE REGISTRATION - PRICING SCHEDULE
RATE TIER ENTRY DATE PREMIUM MEMBER NON-MEMBER Member Only Registration Period 1/7/20-2/4/20 $140 N/A Registration 2/4/20 - 4/30/20 $140 $160 Late registration 5/1/20 - 7/12/20 $180 $200 Youth (ages 1-12) registration 1/8/19 - 7/7/19 $60 $65
Rider Limit: 8,000. We've listened to your feedback and cut our rider limit from 10,000 to 8,000 in order to provide a better ride experience for everyone involved.
*$20 surcharge if you sign up for the ride in person at Packet Pickup, there are no day of sales for STP. All pricing and registration is subject to availability. This ride sold out in 2019.
Did you know STP supports our mission to improve lives through bicycling?
Your registration for the Kaiser Permanente Seattle to Portland presented by Alaska Airlines raises funds for Cascade Bicycle Club and WA Bikes. Your STP registration makes Washington a better place for people riding bikes. The STP is a major economic boost to the areas we ride through. Your registration fee not only supports Cascade Bicycle Club in its mission to improve lives through bicycling, but also contributes tens of thousands every year to schools, non-profits, and other community groups who provide services for our food stops and our finish line.
Thanks to our Title Sponsor - Kaiser Permanente
We’re excited to announce Kaiser Permanente as the title sponsor of the 41st Annual Kaiser Permanente Seattle to Portland presented by Alaska Airlines! We’re thrilled and grateful to have Kaiser Permanente’s support on the road to Portland.
Thanks to our Presenting Sponsor - Alaska Airlines
We’re excited to welcome back Alaska Airlines for their fifth year as presenting sponsor. Get more yes for less when you fly Alaska. They have the most nonstop flights from the West Coast, food that’s to die for, and onboard entertainment that makes the time fly. All at low fares that elevate your experience. Fly smart. Land happy.
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The Cascade Bicycle Club would like to acknowledge that we are on the traditional land of the first people of Seattle, the Duwamish People past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the Duwamish Tribe.