Rides

Riverside Ramble

May - October1 daySkill:6/9

Level 6/Intermediate Advanced

  • You are confident in your climbing and descending skills.
  • You can handle moderately technical terrain and obstacles such as small logs (up to 4" high) and rocks.
  • You have very good control of your bike on intermediate and slightly more advanced terrain, and are comfortable climbing non-technical singletrack.
Fitness:6/9

Level 6

  • You can ride 4-5 hours a day at a moderate pace with some short breaks, over a few days.
  • You can handle moderately steep climbs of up to a total of 500 vertical metres (1,650 ft.) in a day.
  • You exercise on average 5-6 hours per week (including riding/being active).

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$175 USD
The Spokane River gorge starting in Riverfront Park and flowing through Riverside State park is the focus of this ride. The trail choices stay near the river on rocky, flowy singletrack with stops for beautiful views and an amazing local lunch.
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Sekani Scramble

May - October1 daySkill:6/9

Level 6/Intermediate Advanced

  • You are confident in your climbing and descending skills.
  • You can handle moderately technical terrain and obstacles such as small logs (up to 4" high) and rocks.
  • You have very good control of your bike on intermediate and slightly more advanced terrain, and are comfortable climbing non-technical singletrack.
Fitness:6/9

Level 6

  • You can ride 4-5 hours a day at a moderate pace with some short breaks, over a few days.
  • You can handle moderately steep climbs of up to a total of 500 vertical metres (1,650 ft.) in a day.
  • You exercise on average 5-6 hours per week (including riding/being active).

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$175 USD
The focus of this ride follows the Spokane River from downtown Spokane to the Beacon Hill / Camp Sekani area. Trail choices range from flowy singletrack with dedicated up and down routes to big drops, berms, gaps, jump lines and a skills park.
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Selkirk Shuffle

July-October2 daysSkill:6/9

Level 6/Intermediate Advanced

  • You are confident in your climbing and descending skills.
  • You can handle moderately technical terrain and obstacles such as small logs (up to 4" high) and rocks.
  • You have very good control of your bike on intermediate and slightly more advanced terrain, and are comfortable climbing non-technical singletrack.
Fitness:6/9

Level 6

  • You can ride 4-5 hours a day at a moderate pace with some short breaks, over a few days.
  • You can handle moderately steep climbs of up to a total of 500 vertical metres (1,650 ft.) in a day.
  • You exercise on average 5-6 hours per week (including riding/being active).

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$675 USD
Mount Spokane, just a short drive to the north of downtown Spokane, is the ride location for this two-day mountain bike adventure. Lodging on the mountain and meals made from locally sourced ingredients top off this memorable weekend.
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Spokane River Roll

May - October2 daysSkill:6/9

Level 6/Intermediate Advanced

  • You are confident in your climbing and descending skills.
  • You can handle moderately technical terrain and obstacles such as small logs (up to 4" high) and rocks.
  • You have very good control of your bike on intermediate and slightly more advanced terrain, and are comfortable climbing non-technical singletrack.
Fitness:6/9

Level 6

  • You can ride 4-5 hours a day at a moderate pace with some short breaks, over a few days.
  • You can handle moderately steep climbs of up to a total of 500 vertical metres (1,650 ft.) in a day.
  • You exercise on average 5-6 hours per week (including riding/being active).

click here for more information on skill and fitness ratings

$575 USD
Combine the best of our one-day rides based in the Spokane River gorge into a two-day mountain bike blast. One day of cross country Riverside State Park singletrack followed by a day of multiple loops on flow trails at Beacon/Sekani. Meals made with locally sourced, seasonal ingredients and hotel accommodations in downtown Spokane add to this fantastic weekend.
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