WE’RE SERIOUS ABOUT CURING CANCER AND WE ARE ASKING YOU TO GO ALL IN. OUR MISSION IS CLEAR: Since its inception, Obliteride has raised over $6.8 million for cancer research at Fred Hutch. Obliteride is a bike ride that supports the work that’s most needed to find cancer cures. Whether you want to ride, volunteer or fundraise, achieving our goal requires us to all push the limits and go ALL IN. Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center benefits people from around the world...and right here on the Kitsap Peninsula.
EVENT DATES: August 13-14 - Click here for all OBLITERIDE details including rides, registrations, teams and events. All rides start at the Fred Hutch in Seattle but organizers are trying something new and offering riders that sign up for the 85-, 100- and 150-mile rides, who aren't able to or don't wish to make the trip to Seattle to check in and start their ride in Poulsbo (Map). It's also a good option for those that may want to spend the night on the Kitsap Peninsula.
PLEASE NOTE: Riders who want to take advantage of this new Poulsbo check-in option must contact Obliteride before Aug. 8, 2016 to sign-up for the Poulsbo check-in. Riders must check-in at the Muriel Edwards Waterfront Park Pavilion in Poulsbo (Map) between 9 a.m. and 10 a.m. Latecomers will not be allowed to ride. To notify Obliteride of your plans, or for more information, please email .
Make it an OBLITERIDE Weekend and spend the night on the Kitsap Peninsula. Click here for Lodging options.
OBLITERIDE Rest Stop Sponsors, Captains & Volunteers for the Kitsap Peninsula
For more information and to volunteer, please send an email to:
Bainbridge Island - Check In
Poulsbo Rest Stop/Check In #1- West Sound Cycling Club - Rick Feeney - Captain
Silverdale Rest Stop #2 - Kitsap Physical Therapy - Gaston Peter-Contesse - Captain
Port Orchard Rest Stop #3 - Water stop at the top of Fiegley Hill outside of Port Orchard
South Kitsap Rest & LUNCH Stop #4 - Visit Kitsap Peninsula/Port Orchard Chamber of Commerce
Gig Harbor Rest Stop #5 - City of Gig Harbor
Steilacoom Rest Stop #6 – Perkins Park