42nd Annual Daffodil Classic
The Daffodil Classic winds through the beautiful
Orting valley and surrounding hills. Bring your
bike, trike, tandem or unicycle - all cyclists are
welcome! There are routes for families, recreational
cyclists, and serious roadies.
Choose from a 40-mile or 60-mile loop, or do both for 100-miles.
There's also a family-friendly, paved trail option, up to 30 miles on the Foothills Trail. Riders will enjoy a well marked course with cue sheet and map, support vehicles, fully stocked rest stops, and strawberry shortcake at the finish line.
Volunteer form (volunteers ride free)
Sunday, April 9th, 2017
Registration open 7:00 am - 12:00 pm
Course open from 7:00 am-5:00 pm
Orting Middle School
111 Whitehawk Blvd NW
Orting, WA 98360
Google Map and Directions
||Thru April 7th
| Day Of
Families with children under 17 and under
- Online: preferred method with credit card.
- Online registration closes on 4/7/2017 midnight PDT.
- By mail: Complete a Daffodil Registration 2017.pdf and mail it (complete with all your contact information - cell number - email - address) by 4/3/2017 with a check made out to--TWBC and send it to: TWBC, PO Box 112078, Tacoma WA 98411
- In person: You may register on site the morning of the event, but fees are higher. Pay by cash or check only (we may be able to take debit/credit cards). Tip: bring a completed registration form with you to save time.
For registration purposes, minors 17 and under must be registered and accompanied by an adult rider.
From 1 to 30 easy miles on the Foot Hills Trail
For Garmin go to Garmin Connect Group Daffodil Classic
For Map My Ride find group Daffodil Classic
Please respect the Orting community with your vehicle parking choice. Do not park in retail spaces or restricted areas. Event volunteers will be on site to direct you to approved parking locations. Carpooling is encouraged.
Please come prepared to ride. We recommend you inspect your bike the night before. Along with your bike, bring an approved helmet, ID, water bottle, first aid kit, tire repair equipment, other essentials, and a friendly attitude. All riders are expected to ride safely and obey the rules of the road.
A bike mechanic and sag support will be available.
Course closes at 5pm.
Final sweep of sag wagons will begin at 4pm.
Rider registration fees for TWBC events help to support bicycling safety and education programs, Kidical Mass Rides for kids, community bicycle recycling programs and local bicycle improvements. Surplus food will be donated to a local food bank.
This event is powered by dozens of TWBC volunteers who receive a free ride registration along with a post-event pizza party. Help make this event a success:
Questions? Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org.