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Northern Rockies - Rides & Hosts
RIDE: Snowy Pass | MILES: 80 | LOCATION: Laramie, WY
Snowy Pass is an 80 mile point-to-point from Laramie, a small college town perched at 7,165 ft, to Saratoga, where homemade ice-cream and mineral hot springs lie in wait. From the foothills of the Medicine Bow Range, The Big Hollow, a national landmark, the town of Centennial and its fake police car, Silver Lake and Lake Marie to 10,847 foot passes, Snowy Pass is a Wyoming cycle adventure.
RIDE: Jeremy's Ranch | MILES: 100 | LOCATION: Salt Lake City, UT
Jeremy Ranch is a 100 mile loop of out of Salt Lake City, Utah. From Emigrants Pass over the Wasatch front range, through the valley and Wasatch-Cache National Forest down to Browns Canyon and the town of Heber, to dirt Guardsman for the climb back over the Wasatch to Big Cottonwood Canyon and a 25 mile descent into the city, this ride is an SLC hardman classic.
RIDE: Beartooth Pass | MILES: 120 | LOCATION: Gardiner, MT
Beartooth Pass is a 120 mile point-to-point. From Roosevelt Arches in the old trapper town of Gardiner, Montana to the geothermal terraces and towers of the Gallatin Range. From a very special length of the Yellowstone River home to a petrified forest and Lamar Valley, the "American Serengeti”, the Beartooth Mountain range and the old mining town of Cooke City. To Buffalo herds, trout creeks, Yellowstone Park, Colter Pass and the small town of Redlodge, this ride is truly a Montana epic.
RIDE: Pintler Loop | MILES: 100 | LOCATION: Missoula, MT
With the Sapphire Mountains to the East, the Flint Range to the West and the Pintler Mountain Range to the North, this ride features spectacular views in every direction. From Drummond past Philpsburg, up to Georgetown lake, over to Rock Creek and then back along the Flint Creek Grade the Pintler Loop, a 100 mile loop out of Missoula, Montana, is a roubaix-style classic.
RIDE: Big Loop | MILES: 150 | LOCATION: Boise, ID
Big Loop, 150 miles out of Boise, Idaho has it all – dirt roads, broken pavement, buttery smooth tarmac, no traffic, hot sun, freezing shadows and 15,000 feet of climbing through Idaho’s Rocky Mountains.