The WaCanId is an annual bicycle tour taking cyclists on paved roads encircling the Selkirk Mountains of Washington, Canada and Idaho – hence the name WaCanId.
Our 6-day event covers 370 miles/595 kilometers and showcases the International Selkirk Loop’s spectacular scenery – majestic mountains, beautiful lakes, rivers and North America’s longest free ferry ride. We also have the best SAG support of any ride – so if you need a lift, no problem. There will be a few climbs to challenge you, but it will be the scenery that will take your breath away:
The weather is usually mild in September with warm days and chilly nights. The traffic is low at this time of year and we will have you on secondary highways whenever possible so you may not see a car for many miles. The communities you pass through and people you will meet are friendly. We will haul your luggage, provide snacks and drinks to keep you fueled, help with minor repairs and keep you headed in the right direction. You just ride and take in the scenery.
So what are you waiting for…. It is a terrific ride and we look forward to having you join us for the 2018 WaCanId!
Remember that all participants will need a valid, current passport or enhanced drivers license to cross the international border. IT IS THE PARTICIPANT’S RESPONSIBILTY TO ENSURE THEY WILL BE ABLE TO TRAVEL BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA. At the border crossings, riders will grab their own bags off the truck, check them through customs, and then give them to the waiting support vehicles for transport to that day’s destination.
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