Bike Month in McCall

May is National Bike Month!

National Bike Month is a time to get rolling! Biking brings people together, adds some great physical activity to our daily routines, helps curb our carbon footprint and can save us some green (money, that is). We are excited to expand Bike Month activities in the McCall area this year and wanted to share a few ways you can get involved!

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Bike Month Events & Promotions

 

Purchase your 2018 Brundage Mountain Bike Park Pass during the month of May and you can save up to $20! The Brundage Mountain Bike Park will be open 5 days a week this summer (Wednesday – Sunday) so this pass gives you more access than ever before. Brundage Mountain has more than 20 miles of hand-built single track downhill trails, along with a new beginner skill-builder loop in the base area and a 4.7 mile cross-country trail.

Regular Price Brundage Bike Park Pass: $129

Month of May Special: $109

Bike Park Add-On for Winter Season Passholders: $79

BUY NOW

May 9th Bike to School Day: We love our youth and their enthusiasm for recreation.  Our local Barbara Morgan Elementary School has organized their very own “Bike to School Day” on Wednesday, May 9th and all school-age kids are encouraged to participate! McCall Parks and Rec will be joining BMES along their route to pass out goodies and encouragement! Added bonus, if youth visit the McCall Public Library on their bike after school on this day they will get a snack and free bike spokes! SCORE.
 

Week of May 14th National Bike to Work Week: Join this national week and choose your two wheels instead of four to get to where you are headed during the day!

St. Luke’s McCall participated last year and made the event fun and competitive for their staff to ride bikes and even created a bike share program! Feel free to make this week your own version within your business, organization, or on your own. Challenge yourself to ride your bike one-day this week!
 

May 18th Bike to Work Week Celebration: After work on Friday, May 18th, join Down 2 Bike Project, Home Town Sports, and May Hardware at the May Hardware parking lot for a special bike party to celebrate the end of Bike to Work Week with booths, burgers, friendly faces, tune-ups and MORE!
 

May 19th Bell Joy Ride Season Kick-Off at Jug Mountain Ranch: A special ladies only mountain biking event beginning at 11 am! Beginner to advanced riders are welcome and encouraged to come. Sponsors include: Down 2 Bike Project, Jug Mountain Ranch and Home Town Sports. Raffle prizes, snacks and riding bikes, all for free! 
 

May 20th Pivot Demos with Gravity Sports at Jug Mountain Ranch: Join Pivot and Gravity Sports at Jug Mountain Ranch for a day of bike demos on some of the best trails in Idaho from 10 am – 3 pm. There will be a Full Factory Demo Fleet for you to test out! For more details contact Michelle at Gravity Sports at 208-634-8530 or visit Gravity’s website!

 

May 23rd Ladies Ride at Bear Basin: Down to Bike Project, Gravity Sports, and Pivot are teaming up for an all ladies mountain bike ride at Bear Basin on Wed, May 23rd at 530 pm. Pivot Cycles will be providing free demos for any lady wanting to try a new bike. Call Gravity Sports 208-634-8530 to reserve your demo and check out down2bikeproject.com for more information

 


Support your local bike retailers!

Need to get your bike in working order for National Bike Month or looking to upgrade to a new ride? Stop by one of our amazing local retailers!  

 

Apex Electric Bike & Rentals 

616 N 3rd Street
(208) 630-6290

Edgewood Sports 

204 Lenora
(208) 630-6108

Gravity Sports 

503 Pine Street
(208) 634-8530

Home Town Sports 

300 E Lenora
(208) 634-2302

McCall Sports Exchange 

802 N 3rd Street
(208) 634-2334

We also invite you to partner with our local organizations making a big impact on biking in McCall! Get involved, join the fun!

Central Idaho Mountain Biking Association 

McCall Parks and Recreation  

Valley County Pathways