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19th annual Tour de Whatcom registration now open for the summer

Cyclists can choose the duration of their route, from 22 miles to 100

Garett and Jordan Slettebak, right, pedal up hill on Douglas Road during the Tour de Whatcom on July 22, 2023, in Ferndale. Registration is now open for the 2024 event. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Mathew Callaghan Sports Intern

The 19th annual Tour de Whatcom returns to the Bellingham area on Saturday, July 20 and registration is now open. Sign-up information can be found on the Tour de Whatcom website

Currently, each person’s cost varies from $45 to $75, but prices will increase by $10 per person after May 15. The varying price is because riders can choose the length of their course. The four options are 22, 44, 62 and 100 miles for cyclists looking to experience the beauty of the Pacific Northwest from their bikes.  

The race starts and ends behind Boundary Bay Brewery in downtown Bellingham. Afterward, Boundary Bay is hosting an after-party where riders can connect and enjoy happy hour prices if proof of race participation is shown. 

Reduced prices are available for families living in the same household (between three and six) and tandem riders. A portion of the proceeds from the race will go to local charities, according to the Whatcom events website.  

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