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.
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.