Omak Kiwanis

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Ride the ROC is back!  Sept. 17, 2016!


We are looking forward to welcoming riders back to our valley as the post-fire renewal process continues!  Bring a friend and join in the fun. Your support means that Omak Kiwanis will continue to provide services for youth in our area.  



Register here!


Join us for a beautiful day touring through the Okanogan Valley and surrounding hills. You have the choice between 3 courses to ride 20, 46, 70, or 96 miles all for the same low price. The routes offer beautiful vistas of mountains and lakes. Friendly residents will greet you at the refreshment stops with snacks, smiles, and words of encouragement.  




 

Not only will you have a great day of cycling, you will be helping our local community be a better place in which to live and play.  Grab a friend and join us!

 

MAKE IT A WEEKEND TO REMEMBER...

Friday night: Wine tasting at Rockwall Cellars and early pick up of your ride packet from 6-7:00.

Saturday: Ride the ROC  benefit tour ...register now!!  All ROC riders enjoy a light meal at Breadline Cafe

Saturday: After the ride go enjoy live music at Goodstock Music Festival in Okanogan. Top Pacific Northwest Bands playing all afternoon into the evening.

 

Hilly Conconully-Riverside-Omak Route has been re-routed due to highway construction and dangerous amounts of gravel on the route. Please note new 9:00 am start time
The alternate course is still incredibly beautiful, though shorter and much less hilly. If you are riding the full ROC, this is the first part.

New 20 mile loop!    9:00 am start time (approx.)

This is a scenic, rolling ride with many views of the Okanogan River. There is one short steep hill at the beginning of the ride, but the rest are gradual.


Rural, Beautiful Columbia River Route has been re-routed    11:00 am start time (approx.)

This route needed to be changed after a wash-out on the Columbia River Road.  You will ride the first part of the original route and then you will pedal through the flats above the Okanogan River Valley with stunning vistas as you pass farms, orchards, a golf course, and a winery. You will not be disappointed with this reroute. If you are riding the full ROC, this is the second part.