1901 N.4th St.
Coeur d'Alene, Idaho
(208) 667-8969

Summer Hours: March-October
Open Mon - Fri, 10AM - 6PM | Sat, 10AM - 4PM

4th Annual event has more single track and new ride course of the 35 and 50 milers and more salmon burgers at the finish.


Sunday Schedule start times
All riders start and finish at the 4th of July Nordic Ski Trailhead Parking area. 35 and 50 and those 17 and 10 milers who want to be timed, start is at 8:30am
For those 10 and 17 milers who do not want to be timed, your start is 9:30am
Online Registration-Opens May 1st Hard copy Flier..pdf file
If you have a USA Cycling license, or want to purchase a license. Fill out and mail or bring it into Bicycle Sales and Service or bring it with you filled out on ride day.
Rider's Safety Info Campgrounds along Hwy90, east and west of 4th of July Pass
Please download and read this. We want you to have fun and be safe at this event 4th of July Pass is 15 miles east of Coeur d'Alene on Hwy 90. Download to get the list of area campgrounds.
Detailed topo map Smaller detail course map..coming soon
Good detail, shows overall distances, aid stations, and course Not so much detail but faster download. Course is very well marked. Bright orange flagging and lots of arrows and signs.
Lunch at Finish Raffle for Swag
Price includes the food and refreshment at the 5 aid stations and a BBQ lunch at the finish. Pilgrims Market will be providing the finish aid station with the salmon burgers. The bike number will help us keep track of you but it will also be your raffle number at the finish line. Check the swag board while eating lunch to see what you may have won.
Link to Idaho Panhandle National Forests, Coeur d'Alene River District information Link to Idaho Parks and Recreation information

Welcome to the Ride the Pass mountain bike adventure rides.

Please enjoy our slideshow above of our past two rides. The snow picture was one week prior to our 2011 event. It was gone on the day of the ride. This year we go south on a new course toward Coeur d'Alene Mountain. We'll do the south and north side of single track 257. The videos show comparable views but this year is more single track with less sustained climbing. Then watch the almost 8 minute video below. We hear riders talk about the elk, moose and deer....but no Saswatch..... YET.

We didn't think the "roadies" should get all the fun with long fun rides. So, we are in our 3rd annual event providing a marked 50, 35, 17, and 10 mile mountain bike adventure ride. As in our past two events, aid stations will be along the way, a BBQ style lunch at the finish, and unlimited scenery of the 4th of July Pass and the Coeur d'Alene Mountains. This year we'll be timing our recreational rides and providing a ride souvenir at the finish. Don't be fooled by the non-competitive nature of this event. The "Ride The Pass" will challenge...come prepared.New course this year come and establish the record.

This video is just under 8 minutes long and filmed on 4th of July Pass, south side nordic trails, at the 2011 event.

Our Trail and Community Partners
Link to Pilgrims Market information Link to Coeur d'Alene Kayak information Link to Hiawatha Trail information Link to Lookout Ski Area information Link to Slate Creek Brewing Company Link to Silverwood Theme Park information Link to Bistro on Spruce information

Link to Gary Fisher Signature Collection website Link to Bontrager website Link to Trek Bicycles website Link to Mirraco Bike Company website