Motorcyclists living in Snohomish go to Parks and Ride.Snohomish Motorcycle Club is proud to be hosting the first ever Parks & Ride event. Get ready now, as the event will be this Saturday, September 14th. Registration is still open and costs $20. This is a great way for motorcycle riders living in Snohomish to get to know a few of the county’s 100+ parks. Each rider will get a passport that will be stamped with a unique design at each park. Every stamp is another chance to win at the evening raffle at Tucker Willis Park in Snohomish.

There are a couple of ways to participate. Start at the main meeting point at the Evergreen Fairgrounds at 14400 179th Street in Monroe. Meet at 9:30 a.m. for instructions, then set off at 10. Those who register after September 6th will pick up their passport at the fairgrounds before 10 a.m. Riders living in Snohomish might want to start at Buzz Inn at Harvey’s Airfield. Buzz Inn is serving up breakfast for a limited seating of 50 people. The meal costs just $10. Other restaurants along the way will be offering specials and discounts. Or you can design your own route. Whatever you decide, be sure to end up at Tucker Willis Park in Snohomish between 2 and 3 p.m. Food trucks will roll up at 3 p.m. Fuel up after our ride and enjoy a good time with friends. The drawings will be held from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Riders will receive some great swag after the raffle stamps have been counted.

The last event of the evening will be a concert by Whiskey River, the country’s top Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute band. Rock to the sounds of your favorite hits, like “Sweet Home Alabama” and “Saturday Night Special”.

Check out the Parks & Ride event on the Snohomish Motorcycle Club website to get more information and purchase tickets.