• Crater lake Oregon 24 mile loop-Closed to vehicle day!
    Vehicle free day for 2018 is September 8th! https://home.nps.gov/crla/planyourvisit/vehicle-free-days-on-east-rim-drive.htm The loop is 24 miles, but 4,000 ft elevation gain!

    Needs a location

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  • Saturday Morning Ride-17 Miles to Coffee or Lucky 13
    17 Mile ride. All Paces, all types of Bikes, Find your pack! https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20314840 Most of route is on bicycle lanes and paths. Ride at your own pace, find other riders to ride with, route slips provided. I will be one of the slower ones, but you are welcome to go faster or slower. Optional mileage and Hill climb at the end! (I said optional) Dress in layers. Helmets required. You should be able to change your own flats or have slime in your tubes (free classes at local bike shops like Performance on Franklin Rd or Boise Bike Project. At the very least, bring a spare tube which fits your tires and we will teach you. Lunch after for those who are interested. Lucky 13.

    Coffee Mill

    4979 E. Warm Springs Ave. · Boise, ID

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  • Covered Bridge Bicycle Tour-Willamette Valley. Albany, OR
    Mid Valley Bicycle Club organized Ride through the Willamette Valley See link here https://sites.google.com/mvbc.com/web/tours/coveredbridge 4 Different routes and lengths, various Elevation profiles. This posting is for Info only. Form a Group, register on their site and Join us! I am planning to do the 68 Miler. $35- Registration, plus: gas, food and camping or lodging.

    Linn County Fairgrounds

    3700 Knox Butte Rd · Albany, OR

  • Cycle to Discovery Park
    Ride down Federal Way to Boise Ave, E on Boise Ave to end, take jog to ride through shady Surprise Valley to Hwy 21, catch greenbelt at diversion dam and continue to Discovery Park. Return on greenbelt to Hwy 21 and ride through Columbia Village to Yamhill Rd to Federal Way and back to Albertsons. If traffic is light we can ride to the top of the dam and to the end of the road to add hill work and more distance. I ride an average of 14-16 MPH. There may be slower or faster riders.

    Albertson's

    6560 S. Federal Way · Boise, ID

  • Saturday Morning Ride-17 Miles to Coffee or Lucky 13
    17 Mile ride. All Paces, all types of Bikes, Find your pack https://ridewithgps.com/routes/20314840 Most of route is on bicycle lanes and paths. Ride at your own pace, find other riders to ride with, route slips provided. I will be one of the slower ones, but you are welcome to go faster or slower. Optional mileage and/or Hill climb at the end! (I said optional) Dress in layers. Helmets required. You should be able to change your own flats or have slime in your tubes (free classes at local bike shops like Performance on Franklin Rd) At the very least, bring a spare tube which fits your tires and we will teach you. Food after for those who are interested. Lucky 13.

    Coffee Mill

    4979 E. Warm Springs Ave. · Boise, ID

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  • Tuesday Morning Ride
    Let's do an early morning ride before the weather gets hot. We will ride on Hill Rd. to the Velodrome Bike Park in Eagle. I average 14-16 mph. There may be slower or fast riders. Afterwards let's have a drink or lunch in Hyde Park at 13th Street Pub and Grill. We will be doing hills. Riding hills is how you become faster. I don't always make it to the top and have to walk but each time I do it, it becomes easier. We will go up Pierce Park and then down Seaman's Gulch and then on to Velodrome Park and return to Camelsback Park. You can choose to skip the hills and either meet us at Velodrome Park or at 13 Street Pub and Grill after. Please let me know what you plan to do. Please wear a helmet and bring water, tools, pump and an extra tube. Your safety is your responsibility.

    Camel's Back Park

    1100 W. Heron St · Boise, ID

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  • Change: Camel's Back park to Eagle Velodrome and back 17.5 miles 14-16 mph pace
    Route has changed to Camel's back park to Eagle Velodrome and back 17.5 miles. We can add on if everyone is up for that. Be aware this is not a beginner ride and pace will be somewhat brisk at 14-16 mph . This is not a "no drop" ride so be aware. Helmets required . Road bike would be your best option on this ride

    camel back park parking lot

    On Heron St. Right at 13th and Heron. · Boise, ID

  • Ride To Indian Creek Winery, Kuna
    Let's ride from the edge of Boise to Indian Creek Winery in Kuna. We'll take the same low traffic roads we used for our last bike overnight. Approx 20 miles each way. I will post a route slip. This is a road ride, not greenbelt. Please wear a helmet and have spare innertubes. Dress in layers, assume it could get hot. We will hang out at Indian Creek for an hour or two, then ride home. Non riders can meet us there if they like. If you are a non drinker, come for the ride, the friends, and the snacks. Route: Head South on Cole Rd R on W Desert L on Maple Grove R on Lake Hazel Rd L on S Cloverdale Rd R on E Columbia Rd First L is S Stewart Rd R to stay on S Stewart Rd L to stay on S Stewart Rd Slight Right onto E Deer Flat Rd L on N Kay St R on E 4th St L on Linder R at the Traffic Circle on to Main St Continue onto N Bridge Ave (Left) Continue onto W Avalon St (Right) Avalon turns into Kuna Rd R on S. McDermott Arrive Indian Creek Winery on the Right

    Dutch bros

    7401 w victory · boise

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  • Sunday Morning Greenbelt Ride
    We will ride our bikes west to Veteran's Parkway on the northside of river and back on the southside of the river. It is approximately 20 miles. Mtn bikes or cross bikes are preferred due to bumpiness of path. Afterwards we will have lunch, drinks and conversation at Lucky 13.

    Lucky 13

    3662 S Eckert Rd, Boise, ID 83716 · Boise

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