2018 State Championships – Wenatchee, WA
The Washington Student Cycling League is a holistic mountain bike program for students grade 6-12. We are a non-profit organization that partners with schools and community organizations to provide inclusive cycling opportunities to all students across the state.
Our mission is to promote youth development, confidence, leadership, health and public stewardship through mountain biking and positive outdoor experience and to create a foundation for lifelong cycling enjoyment.
Cycling teaches all of us that goal-setting, persistence and tackling one mile at a time can lead to unimaginable achievements.
Education • Leadership • Mentorship • Stewardship
Skills • Practice • Trail Exploration
Competition • Individual Fitness Goal Achievement
A lifelong passion of cycling
Race 4 – State Championships is in:
2019 SPRING LEAGUE
Registration open for teams and coaches
January 1 – June 15
Spring League Program
Registration open for student-riders
Assigned Race Categories Announced
Spring League Registration for Returning Students Closes
Deadline for Petition Race Category Change for Race #1
Spring League Registration for New Students Closes – Coach Approval Needed
Deadline for Petition Race Category Change for Race #2
Deadline for Petition Race Category Change for Race #3
Deadline for Petition Race Category Change for Race #4
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April 14: Pedaling the Peninsula – Gig Harbor, WA
May 5: Battle at the Base – Dupont, WA
May 19: Roslyn Roundup – Roslyn, WA
June 2: State Championships – Wenatchee, WA
News and Fun Facts
Teams in the Lead after Race 2
1. Inland NW Composite: 936 Points
2. Lewis and Clark High School: 916 Points
3. Bainbridge Island Composite: 903 Points
1. Icicle River Middle School: 937 Points
2. Inland NW Composite: 916 Points
3. Seattle Composite: 903 Points
Fastest Average Lap Times for Race 2
Female: Stella Johnson, Varsity (3 laps), Cascade High School, 28:55:62
Male: Alex Popescu, Varsity (4 laps), Inland NW Composite, 24:55:87
As Roslyn was a “company town”, life in the early years was centered around the production of coal, the first coal deposits were noted in the Roslyn area in 1883. In 1886, Roslyn was platted by Logan M. Bullet, vice president of the Northern Pacific Coal Company, at the time that the company initiated the first commercial coal mining operations there, to support railway operations.
Roslyn’s railroad tracks have been removed and replaced by the Coal Mines Trail which runs from Cle Elum through Roslyn to Ronald, and will serve as our start line for the race. A walk on the trail affords visitors a look at the remains of Roslyn’s mines and railroad depot site.