Now in its seventh year, I’m not sure how the Chelan Century Challenge can get any better. In my opinion, they have the perfect route with the perfect scenery, a perfect weather window over on the dry Eastside of the state, and the perfect support. What else can the organizers do? The ride even has […]
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The arid landscape of central Washington isn’t especially spectacular, yet its muted features, orchard lands, watersheds and communities offer much to enjoy, including a top notch destination cycling event called the Chelan Century Challenge. Lake Chelan lies in a scalloped bowl of buff-colored hillsides sculpted by the languid Columbia River. Sparse ponderosa pines outline the […]
That’s David Longdon, who does the cool Seattle-area cycling blog for the Seattle P-I, nearing the top of McNeil Canyon, the featured spot of bother on the spectacular Chelan Century Challenge ride. He’s a little less than a mile from the top, a stretch that’s consistently 11-percent with a bit of 14-percent thrown in for […]
August 05, 2013 The Chelan Century Challenge has been on my “B” list for about three years ever since High Performance Cyclingteammate Carol Noble-Potts mentioned it during the Flying Wheels Century, which she was using as a training ride for this event. I originally had other plans for the weekend (the Mountain Lakes Challenge in […]