7 nights on the trail (5 camping, 2 indoors); 6 breakfasts, 7 lunches and 6 dinners (you are on your own for all meals on the rest day); prepackaged snacks to take along on the ride; two leaders (one on-the-bike guide, one cook); gear portage; van support for emergencies; and detailed Ride With GPS route directions.
WHAT TO BRING:
You supply your own camping gear, including a tent, mattress, and sleeping bag. A camping chair is provided for you. We provide a more detailed list six weeks before the departure date.
You also need to supply your own bicycle. A gravel, cross, mountain, or touring bike will suffice, though we recommend a minimum tire size of 2”. If you wish, you can coordinate a rental with EVO. You must carry your own pump, spares, patch kit, and front light for passage through the 2.3-mile-long Snoqualmie Tunnel. Also have room on your bike to carry a lunch, snacks, water, and various clothing layers. You should be proficient in basic bike maintenance, including fixing flats and cleaning/oiling chains. There are bike shops along the route that can assist with more extensive repairs, if necessary.