Bikes and Brews Meet-Up | July 14, 2019


Date: Sunday, July 14, 2019

Time: 10:00AM Meet at Preston Athletic Fields and Park

Duration: 4 – 6 Hours

Location: Preston-Snoqualmie Trail – Trailhead Meetup Point

Price: FREE! Unless you would like to purchase a Wilderwomen T-shirt for the group ride – Link and prices coming early 2019!



Fitness Level: 1 – 2

Skill Level: 1

Age Limits: None

Available Spots: Unlimited

Event Snapshot: We will be meeting at the Preston Snoqualmie Trailhead and then heading out on the trail as a group. Wilderwomen will have someone at the back at all times to make sure no one falls behind. This mellow and easy ride will take 1 – 2 hours each way depending on how fast you like to ride. This 11.5 mile ride each way will take us through beautiful Pacific Northwest Forest, over rivers, and eventually will land us with a view of Snoqualmie Falls. The best bike for the ride is a hybrid, though road and mountain bikes will work as well. After our bike ride we will hit up a brewery in North Bend for a few after bike ride brews. The brewery should be kid friendly if you choose to bring the youngsters along.  


  • Your own bike – we are currently finding the best places to find bikes and will update this page as well as the facebookpage
  • Athletic Shoes
  • Bike Shorts with pads
  • Athletic Clothing
  • Enough water for 4 hours – we suggest getting a small Camelbak with a few litres
  • Snacks
  • Camera/Cell Phone


  • Headed East Bound on I-90 take the Preston-Fall City exit 22
  • Left at the end of the ramp onto Southeast 82nd Street
  • Cross i-90
  • Right onto Southeast High Point Way
  • Just past the Preston Athletic Fields and Park turn left onto Southeast 87th Place and park

You should see a few women and Kate and I will be wearing Wilderwomen T-Shirts.


I understand that by attending this event I accept and assume responsibility for any and all risks, whether or not specifically itemized herein, to include travel to and from activities and facilities, and I acknowledge that Wilderwomen, its employees, associates, corporate officers, board members, property owners, family of the same and any organization that Wilderwomen represents or contracts with shall be held harmless and blameless in the event of any mishap. I understand that retreat and recreation activities which are a part of camps or retreats at Wilderwomen may involve some risk of injury or death from various hazards, both obvious and obscure, including but not limited to, injury by acts of other group participants, falling, being struck by falling objects, equipment failure, and other risks or occurrences not set forth in this agreement. I am prepared and aware of the possibilities of risks and will not look to any entity or individual nor hold them responsible for my or my child’s well-being or the protection from such risks whether or not those risks are known or unknown by those organizations or individuals. 



Wilderwomen was born out of two women with the same dream; build a community of women who empower one another outdoors. Whether you’re seeking yoga, a get away, a tribe, an outdoor adventure, or just some time in nature, Wilderwomen has it all. We host meet-ups and outdoor retreats in the picturesque PNW paradise that include daily yoga, gourmet meals, outdoor adventures, hot spring soaks, glamping and more! We are building a community of women (and men, and partners, and those who don’t opt to define themselves by a gender) who feel confident in their skin and in their technical outdoor abilities, a tribe of humans who deeply care about the environment and each other, and a collection of outdoor enthusiasts and weekend warriors who are excited to get after it in the outdoors.

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