FAQ

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  1. Do I have to bring my own bike?
    Yes! In our first year of operation, we are not able to offer rental bikes at this time, stay tuned!
  2. Do I have to wear a helmet?
    Yes! Washington State Law requires that all cyclists, including ISBR participants wear protective headgear.
  3. Can I bring my children?
    As long as they are 21 years of age, absolutely!
  4. What if I have a group of less than 6 people?
    Call for more information, we may be able to accomodate your needs.
  5. Is there a discount on larger groups?
    Groups of 10 or more, are eligable to receive a discounted rate.
  6. What kind of shape do I need to be in?
    Whidbey is HILLY! Come prepared to ride at least 20 miles in 5 hours, with stops and lunch.
  7. What else do I need to bring?
    Water bottles, extra tubes if specific to your wheels, rain gear always, and a smile!
  8. What time do we start?
    We will meet at 10AM, and conclude at 3PM. Lunch will be offered for a two hour time period.
  9. Do I have to bring cash?
    Wine tastings and lunch are included, so you only need money for anything else you would like to purchase along the way.
  10. What about water?
    Water will always be provided in the support vehicle; and at the wineries and lunch.
  11. What about food?
    Pack a snack at the meeting area, and the support vehicles will have fruit, bars, and some salty snacks to help you out on the route. Lunch will have plenty of healthy options to satisfy everyone!
  12. Is there a bike shop nearby?
    Yes! Bayview Bicycles, located in the town with the same name, is on the two longer mileage options. They have a great selection of gear, a knowleadgable mechanic, and coming soon...jerseys!
  13. Should I drive my car on the ferry, or just bring my bike?
    Avoid the long summer ferry lines and bike on! This is why we are here, we can put anything you need in the car, pick things up that you purchase and drop it off back down at the ferry dock. If you drive your car, MAKE Whidbey will allow you to park your car in their lot.