Cascade Bicycle Club members can now register for Seattle to Portland biking trip

This bike ride, which is over 200 miles, is the largest multiple-day biking event in the Northwest.

Registration is open for Cascade Bicycle Club members for the Kaiser Permanente Seattle to Portland (STP).

This bike ride, which is over 200 miles, is the largest multiple-day biking event in the Northwest with up to 10,000 participants, according to their website.

General public registration opens Tuesday, Feb. 13.

The STP will take place July 14-15.

Registration for adults (13 years and older) is $145 for members and $160 for non-members. For those aged 1 to 12, cost is $60 for members and $75 for non-members.

Additional information can be found online at www.cascade.org/STP.

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