Bike rides and Links

Bike Rides & Links


8 Lakes Leg Aches


Choose from 15, 30, 45 or 75 mile routes – the 75 mile route passes Willow, Granite, Silver, Medical, Clear, Chapman, Kepple and Fish Lakes, for the full 8 Lakes ride experience in eastern WA. Each route includes snack stops and SAG support. The ride takes place rain or shine!

Riders are responsible for the mechanical condition of their bicycle. It is advised that each rider carry a spare tube, patch kit and bike pump. All riders are required to sign a release and to wear an ANSI approved bike helmet while riding.

Anaconda Bicycle Festival


The Anaconda Bicycle Festival is the perfect weekend to get together with family and friends for a host of rides and races in beautiful Southwest Montana. Events include Pedal The Pintlers (25, 50 and 100 mile route options available), the Disco Mountain Boogie (featuring 26, 16.2 and 11 mile courses) and the Bill Lee Turbo Twenty. Learn more.

Bike For Shelter



Benefit event for Watson Children's Shelter in Missoula, MT. This day is filled with lots of serious cruising on bikes, food and the good time of a family carnival. All to help and protect area children in crisis. 

Online registration opens in late March

Bike Walk Montana 

Mission:  Bike Walk Montana makes biking and walking safe and accessible for all.

Blazing Saddles

Benefit ride for the Payden Memorial Foundation in Livingston, MT. Ride options include a 30, 45, 65 or 100 mile route. Funds from this event benefit families of kids with cancer in Montana. For more information: or call (406)222-6700.

Butte 100

The Butte 100 is an ultra endurance mountain bike race that takes place in southwest Montana over some of the best single-track trails around! This year, the race will be a 2x45 mile course with almost 20,000 feet of elevation gain. Event date is July 30, 2016; Registration by lottery.

CHaFE 150


Sponsored by the Sandpoint Rotary Club, the event benefits students of the Lake Pend Oreille School District on the autism spectrum. What hasn't changed? The CHAFE 150 has the same great route, same distances of 150 or 80 miles, same beautiful scenery and same prodigious perks. Once again, it's a gran fondo timed event. 

Cycle Greater Yellowstone

August 13-20, 2016

This one-week, fully supported tour for 1,000 riders is the first large-scale cycling tour of the amazing Yellowstone ecosystem. The nonprofit Greater Yellowstone Coalition created the event as an “education and inspiration” opportunity, to show off this spectacular and unique region as well as some cool towns along the way. Daily routes average 60-85 miles, and the course includes climbs of Chief Joseph Pass and legendary Beartooth Pass. Support includes catered meals, hot showers, live concerts every night, a beer/wine garden, baggage service and more. 

Double Divide

August 1-2, 2015

Two days of cycling 129 miles (75 miles the first day, 54 miles the second)

Grizzly Triathlon

April 24, 2016

Montana's largest Triathlon! - 1,000 yd swim, 20k Bike, 5k Run.  This is being put on again by the University of Montana Triathlon Club and the University of Montana.

Lemhi Valley Century Ride


Salmon, Idaho. One hundred miles or one hundred kilometers, pick your poison.
Either way your ride will follow the majestic Lemhi valley along Idaho Highway 28.
Fully supported with rest stops and a barbecue celebration at the end.
Shuttles will get you from Salmon to the start, you just have to get you to the finish!

Le Tour de Koocanusa

August 13, 2016

One of the best fully supported rides.  The 83 mile bike ride tour the breathtaking shoreline of Lake Koocanusa, which is located in Northwest Montana.  David Thompson Search and Rescue presents the third annual Le Tour de Koocanusa. The ride takes place in beautiful Northwest Montana. Following the 83 mile bike ride, which tours the breathtaking shoreline of Lake Koocanusa, riders will enjoy an awesome Post-Ride Blues Festival. Proceeds from bike ride will go to David Thompson Search & Rescue.

Montana Island Challenge

An Outdoor Adventure in the Heart of Central Montana ~based out of the great community of Lewistown….Welcome to Big Sky Country! 

Saturday, August 8, 2015  

The Montana Island Challenge is the collaborative effort of four nonprofit organizations to raise funds in support of our individualized programs and services benefiting children (ages 0-18) in Central Montana.



No 2016 information yet available

Park-2-Park Montana is a multi-day bicycle ride in support of CASA of Montana and a non-profit network of 15 local CASA programs. Court Appointed Special Advocates are volunteers that speak for almost 1,200 children in Montana who are in the court abuse and neglect system through no fault of their own.

STOKR: Scenic Tour of Kootenai River

May 14-15, 2016

The STOKR bike ride benefits the Kootenai Valley Partners Habitat for Humanity

TOSRV- West: Tour of Swan River Valley

May 4-5, 2016

Tour of the Swan River Valley West (TOSRV West) is a two-day, 226 miles, challenging bicycle tour through western Montana's most scenic areas. It was established in 1970 as a recreational and social event rather than a race. Missoulians On Bicycles, the event organizer, provides food stops, baggage shuttle and overnight arrangements so that you can concentrate on enjoying the cycling.


September 10, 2016

Register. Ask a Friend. Start a Team. Stop Diabetes.Missouri Headwaters State Park 

Registration Fee: $15.00 
Fundraising Minimum: $200 
Route Distances: 5K, 12M, 25M, 50M, 100M

Missoula Mile

One-mile walk/run in Missoula to benefit Prostate Cancer Awareness locally. Proceeds benefit Partnership Health Center prostate cancer awareness program.