registration is open!

Ride the Hurricane | $60

Registration Details

  • Five aid stations along the route, as well as at the start/finish and at the top
  • After Party on the Pier, featuring a taco bar from Little Devil’s Lunchbox, and Craft Local Beer from Barhop Brewery
  • A return or last year’s gourmet truffles at the aid stations
  • Emergency services and portable toilets along the route

MAKE YOUR ROOM RESERVATIONS! We recommend making hotel reservations as soon as can if you think you may some for the ride. You can always cancel if you don’t come. Accommodations for that weekend sell out every year!

If you can’t ride, consider volunteering! Whether you’re a local or you’re accompanying someone here who is doing the ride, volunteering is a great way to be a very fun part of the event. Please use the contact form to let us know if you’d like to help out.

Ebikes are not permitted this year in adherence to our permit

the 2022 jersey

This year’s Sea to Summit Jersey is inspired by our unique, one-of-kind ride from the edge of Port Angeles Harbor to the summit of Hurricane Ridge. We wanted to capture the dramatic extremes of the route, from the saltwater’s edge up into the sweeping Mountains of the Olympic National Park.

Jerseys can be purchased during the registration process, or purchased separately using the link below.

This jersey is the Primal Sport Cut

Ride the Hurricane is a challenging hill climb, and we recommend that only skilled and trained cyclists with experience at this level of performance attempt the ride.

PLEASE NOTE: This event is not appropriate for Ebikes. Our permit to close the road does not allow motorized vehicles during the time of the ride. The increase in incidents and safety concerns that have occurred over the past three years as a result of mixing different kinds of vehicles (and their operators) on a ride that is designed for non-motorized bikes and skilled, experienced cyclists requires us to adhere to the strict parameters of the permit. Ride the Hurricane is categorized as a Hill Climb, which for over a decade has provided cyclists with the unique opportunity to focus on the athletic feat of conquering the mountain without having to share the road with faster, more powerful vehicles. This ride is not just a one-day event, but rather an athletic challenge for which participants train for weeks and even months to accomplish. For many it’s the hardest thing they’ve ever done. There are many rides on the North Olympic Peninsula, both organized and not, that are appropriate for Ebikes. We would be happy to recommend a list of these rides and events. Please use the contact form to send us an email requesting that information.

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Photo below photo courtesy of Richard Schneider