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The Parks, Peaks and Prairies ride challenge runs through December 31. Sign up at resport.io/ppp and enjoy your ride!
Save the dates for Bike Travel Weekend, June 4 – 6, 2021, and Bike Your Park Day, September 25, 2021.
Road ride through Yellowstone Park. As of now (4/30/20) the park isn't open, but hopefully we'll have a shot in late September. The overnight camping location is another thing that may have to change. I like Grant Village because it's a nice halfway spot, but we'll know more about specifics later on. I've ridden through Yellowstone (Mammoth to West Yellowstone and back) a number of times in mid April when the park isn't open to motorized traffic. Hopefully the combination of the later date and the current pandemic will keep car (and especially RV) traffic light. There's been a lot of road-widening construction recently, but there are still many tight shoulders. I plan to leave Mammoth Friday morning, Sept. 25, and head east to Tower Falls, then south to Canyon, south to Fishing Bridge, then along the lake shore to Grant Village where we can camp. Saturday morning head to Old Faithful, Madison Junction, Norris, Indian Springs and back to Mammoth.
Registration for this event is currently closed. Check back soon for the launch of Bicycle Travel Weekend for 2021!