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Gigantic Bicycle Festival Winners Announced!

We had lots of people enter our competition to WIN a FREE Weekend Festival Pass, with Rider Registration and a Campsite at the 2023 Gigantic Bicycle Festival, August 4-5 in Snoqualmie, Washington!

Gigantic Bicycle Festival Winners Announced!

The Pacific Northwest's Music & Arts Celebration of the Bicycle returns to Centennial Fields Park for music, art, camping & bike rides, Friday and Saturday, August 4th & 5th.

The Gigantic Bicycle Festival features supported 60, 30, and 20 mile road and gravel bicycle rides, alongside a diverse and regionally representative mix of live music, film, visual & performance art, guest speakers, sculpture, workshops, and interactive installation.

2023 Winners!

Overwhelmed by the GIVEAWAY, we’ve pulled 23 names from the hat and are delighted to announce the following people will be spending an exciting weekend at the Gigantic Bicycle Festival this August!

The following GIVEAWAY people have won a FREE Weekend Festival Pass, with Rider Registration and a Campsite!
 

1 Greg Jones

12 Scott Robik

2 Marina Cotsilis

13 Warren Calderone   

3 Eric Sternbach   

14 Bud Gonzalez   

4 Alex  VCrr

15 Peter Zernik

5 Robert Sumpter   

16 Zacc Hansen  

6 Riko   

17 Michelle Arana

7 Kenneth Joseph Castro   

18 Dan Griego

8 Fanny  Hollingshead

19 Timothy Kraft

9 Daniel Lopez   

20 Bill Tsang

10 Eric Sternbach   

21 Angela J McCuiston

11 Rhonda Vedder  

22 Terry Butler

 

23 Ron Perkins   


Thank you to all Gran Fondo Guide fans and followers who entered the free prize draw!

The 2023 festival will return to Centennial Fields Park in Snoqualmie, Washington, and feature main-stage performances by Thao Nguyen, Bleached, MAITA, Who Is She?, and more!

The festival weekend opens with performances by regional and national bands. Supported bike rides with 60, 30, and 20 mile routes depart from the festival grounds Saturday morning. Festival goers spend the weekend camping, exploring the Snoqualmie Valley by bike, and taking in an impressive music line-up, outdoor movies, art and installation. 

Rider registration for any route includes a two-day weekend pass to the Gigantic Bicycle Festival, with live music, bike art & installations, workshops, bicycle yoga sessions, beverage garden, food trucks, and more. Gigantic is all ages, and youth under 15 have free admission.

On route mechanical support. Support stops menu of pita sandwiches, watermelon, bananas, clementine’s, fig bars, Clif Bars, electrolyte, pickle brine shots and more.

About The Rides

The 60 Mile is 100% trail. It travels along the Snoqualmie Valley Trail to Rattlesnake Lake, and East to Snoqualmie Pass and through the tunnel to Hyak before returning. Bring a touring or commuter bike, tires with a little tread for a day riding mostly packed dirt with some gravel. Front and rear lights are required for the tunnel section by Hyak! Bring some good lights!

The 30 Mile is 100% trail. It travels along the Snoqualmie Valley Trail to Rattlesnake Lake before returning to the festival grounds. Bring a touring or commuter bike, tires with a little tread for a morning riding mostly packed dirt with some gravel.

The 20 Mile is a 90% road scenic tour of the Snoqualmie Valley, with 2.5 miles of packed dirt trail with some gravel, on a fairly flat route winding along forests, rivers, and llama farms. Bring a touring or commuter bike with a little tread for a mostly road ride with some trail sections.

The festival and camp grounds will open at 5pm on Friday, with DJs, food trucks, art & installation, and films in the park Friday evening.

For more information, please visit: https://www.gigantic.bike or click the button below to register now: