PENINSULA: Big cycling event returns this weekend

Colorful costumes pinned against an Olympic Mountain backdrop and blurred in a mass of speed.

That will be the scene this weekend in the Dungeness Valley as a major cycling event returns to the North Olympic Peninsula.

The Sequim John L. Scott Washington State Stage Race Championships will be held this Saturday and Sunday around Sequim.

Upward of 250 cyclists are expected to roll into town for the event.

It’s a great opportunity for locals to enjoy top-notch bike racing in the beauty of the Dungeness Valley.

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