Photos by Laura Guido/Whidbey News-Times

Photos by Laura Guido/Whidbey News-Times

Tour de Whidbey sees increased number of participants

Tour de Whidbey, an annual fundraiser for the WhidbeyHealth Foundation, had 330 riders this year, an increase over last year’s 265.

“We are happy to say it is growing,” said Heather Zustiak, events and volunteer coordinator for the foundation. Cyclists had a number of routes to choose from — ranging from a 10-mile family-friendly tour to the “Whidbey Power,” a 162-mile route around the island.

The tour is a fundraiser for WhidbeyHealth Foundation.

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