Cycle the WAVE prides itself for offering the highest level of support for our amazing riders. We hope you'll agree it’s one of the best supported rides you have ever ridden. A past rider once called us "The Cadillac of all cycling events”.
Riders should arrive with water bottles full and bikes in good working order. Just in case, we’ve got you covered with onsite mechanical services by Woodinville Bicycle and Trek Bicycle Store Southcenter.
Ham Radio Operators
SAG cars support all routes and are volunteer coordinated and staffed by our "Command Central" located the Start/Finish line. They are available to help with minor mechanical issues or transport you to an official mechanic for more serious problems. They are also available to get you to the finish line if you are unable to continue due to a non-serious injury or mechanical issue.
Guys on Bikes
The Guys on Bikes are a highly skilled and experienced volunteer group which provides ride support for the event. The group provides course support for logistical and mechanical issues, information and moral support to riders.
Ambassadors and Ride Hostesses
The WAVE Ambassadors are not an official event-day support team, but they are an amazing group of ladies who volunteer and promote the event year-round. The Ride Hostesses are members of various local cycling clubs - including Lakemont Ladies and Cascade Bicycle Club - who volunteer to support and help Cycle the WAVE riders.
New Beginnings Rest Stop
For the 29, 45 & 70 Mile routes. Open 9am-12:30pm
Three routes all meet up for the first stop of the day, just outside Marymoor Park. Featuring Essential Baking Company, Seattle Bagel Company & Flower Power Station. Sponsored by New Beginnings
SheJumps Rest Stop @ Spiritridge
For 12 mile & WAVE Walkers only. Open 9:45am-12:30pm
Located at a beautiful and scenic park, this stop will be fully stocked with tons of goodies and WAVE flower power station!
Lake Park, Sammamish
For 70-mile route only. Hours TBD. A quick pit stop located at picturesque Beaver Lake Park for the 70-mile long route riders.
Valley Park, Issaquah
For 29, 45 & 70 mile routes. Open 10:30am-2:00pm
Three routes all meet up for the big stop of the day at Tibbett's Valley Park. The legendary Issaquah Firefighters Hot Tamale stop is located here- so be sure to get your photo snapped!