6th Annual Fatty Flurry Fest

Fatty Flurry Fest is a celebration of Fat Bikes in North Idaho. If you have never tried a fat bike before, and wanted to try before you buy, here is your chance…for free. And if you already have a fatty, come hang with some fellow fat bikers and ride some cool trails. Free Fat Bike […]

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Mt. Baker Hill Climb

Great views, fresh air, tough climbs. Ascend 4,098 feet from Chair 9 in Glacier to Artist Point (5,140 feet elevation) in approximately 22 miles. The Mt. Baker Highway (SR542) is known as one of the most scenic paved roads in the country and rarely is the highway closed to motorized vehicles from Glacier to Artist

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Tour de Whatcom

Enjoy all that the Northwest has to offer in one beautiful ride! Mt. Baker, Lake Whatcom, valleys, rivers, farmland, and beaches.  With rides varying from 22 miles to 100, you’ll find a great ride for every member of the family.  All proceeds benefit local charities, ride for a great cause! Thank you Boundary Bay Brewery for hosting

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Global Fat Bike Day +1

In it’s 7th year, Global Fat Bike Day is just like it sounds, a day to celebrate and ride fat bikes. Technically, Saturday (12/7) is the day, but hey, many of us work on Saturdays, so we are declaring the whole weekend a Fat Bike Holiday. Here is the plan: * Meet up at the

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CHAFE 150 Gran Fondo

Sandpoint Rotary presents the 12th Annual CHAFE 150 Gran Fondo, named one of the top charity rides in the US! The ride takes place in Sandpoint, Idaho, the “Most Beautiful Small Town in the USA.” The 150-mile route is a grand loop around the Cabinet Mountains—a frontal range of the Rocky Mountains of Idaho and

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As we’ve mentioned before, the City of Spokane Valley will be preparing a Bike and Pedestrian Master Plan over the next year. Here’s the latest news: The City was awarded funds to facilitate safety analysis, route location, and implementation from the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grants Program.  City staff including planning, development engineering and

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