Matt’s Ride Tip: It doesn’t matter what kind of bike you have, as long as you’re enjoying it.
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The Great Ride Series - Beginner
You’re invited to join our beginner level Saturday morning group ride, starting and ending at Camel’s Back Park in Boise’s historic North End. The ride is for beginners, those getting back in the saddle, or riders who want to add some variety to their cycling. The ride will last approximately one hour, and will go at an average pace of between 12 and 15 miles per hour. We’ll explore some of the local bike paths and some residential routes, as well. The ride will take place every Saturday morning at 9:00am and is a “No Rider Left Behind” ride. Come out and join us for this fun, non-competitive ride. We can’t wait to see you there.
Camel’s Back Park is located at 1200 Heron St. Boise, Idaho 83702. From downtown, head North on 13th St. until you intersect Heron. Turn Right onto Heron St. and park in Camel’s Back Park, parking lot.
No Drop Group Ride
Saturdays from 8:00am -9:00am
Meet at Camels Back Park.
Ride open to all skill levels.
Leader(s) will take the group through the foothills for a great workout and group ride experience.
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Corrals-Hulls Gulch Loop
Distance: 13 miles
Riding Time: 1.5-2.5 Hours
Tread: Two-Track dirt road/Single track
Vertical Gain: 1,716 ft.
Directions: Ride or drive to Camelsback Park on N. 13th St. in Boise’s North End
Description: The Corrals-Hulls Loop is a classic intermediate foothills ride. It is a very popular ride because it is so much fun and you get a good work out.
Distance: 9 miles
Riding Time: 1.5 hours
Tread: Single Track
Vertical Gain: 1,252 ft.
Directions: From downtown Boise, take N. 9th St. to a dead end parking area on the east edge of Camelsback Park.
Description: Sidewinder starts out on a gradual uphill grade and then gets steeper as you get to the top.
Road Bike Routes
Bogus Basin Road
Distance: 16 miles one way, 32 miles round trip
Riding time: Recreational pace of 3 hours up and back
Vertical Gain: 3,880 ft.
Directions: From downtown Boise take N. 15th St. to Harrison Blvd and head north. Harrison runs into Bogus Basin Rd.
Description: Known as one of the best hill climbs in the U.S., Bogus Basin Rd. challenges your climbing skills. Olympic Gold Medalist and Boise resident, Kristen Armstrong has used this as a training ground for her cycling career.
Hill Rd. to Horsebend Summit
Distance: 19.5 miles one way, 39 miles round trip
Riding Time: Recreational pace of 3 hours round trip
Vertical Gain-1,172 ft.
Directions: From downtown Boise take N. 15th St. to Harrison Blvd and head north. Turn left on Hill Rd. and follow until you get to Hwy 55. Turn right on Hwy 55 and head north.
Hill Rd. to Eagle Foothills
Distance: 15.5 miles one way 31 miles round
Riding time: Recreational pace of 2.5 hours round trip
Vertical gain: 687 ft.
Direction: From downtown Boise take N. 15th St. to Harrison Blvd and head north. Turn left on Hill Rd. and follow until Horseshoe Bend Rd. Turn right on Horseshoe Bend Rd. and follow until the Eagle Velo Park.
Rick’s Ride Tip: Have fun.