RACC - Ride Around Clark County
May 4, 2013
1820 Fort Vancouver Way
Vancouver, WA 98663
- All routes start and finish at Clark College at Hanna Hall on Fort Vancouver Way in Vancouver, WA.
- The course and day of ride registration open at 6:30am. All riders must be on the road by 9am. Course closes at 5pm.
- In honor of the 30th Anniversary of the RACC this year, the first 1,200 registrants will receive our 30th Anniversary RACC Water Bottle and a RACC wrist band.
- Children under 12 years old ride for free with a PAID adult.
Vancouver Bicycle Club
ROUTES & SUPPORT
FOUR GREAT LOOPS TO CHOOSE FROM (18, 34, 65 and 100 mile)
All distances start and finish at Clark College on Fort Vancouver Way. (Click links below for a map of each loop.)
100-MILE LOOP: Loop travels east, around Lacamas Lake, then north through the Hockinson hills to Battle Ground, continuing north to Yacolt & Amboy. Riders then head west through the scenic Cedar Creek / Lewis River area, and south through La Center to Daybreak Park. Riders proceed west toward Ridgefield, then south through Felida and back to the finish at Clark College. (4,800 ft. elevation gain) Click here to go to route page to get GPS version.
65-MILE LOOP: Loop travels east, around Lacamas Lake, then north through the hills of Hockinson, through Battle Ground, to Daybreak Park, west through Ridgefield, then south through Felida and back to the finish at Clark College. (3,000 ft. elevation gain). Click here to go to route page to get GPS version.
34-MILE LOOP: This loop travels east around Lacamas Lake and back to Clark College. (1,000 ft. elevation gain)
18-MILE LOOP: This loop travels east through Cascade Park and back.
Email the RACC Coordinator and get answers!
RACC revenue makes it possible for the VBC to support the following:
American Diabetes Association
Bicycle Alliance of Washington
Bicycle Transportation Alliance Oregon
Bike Clark County
Friends of Three Creeks Library
Volcano Rescue Team
Waste Connections - Christmas Bicycle Program