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Find Your Next Bike Adventure on Ride Spot
If you're new to cycling, just getting back into the…
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If you’re new to cycling, just getting back into the saddle, or looking for a new place to ride, we’re curating a collection of routes/rides for you. We’ve partnered with PeopleForBikes’ mapping tool called Ride Spot. This year we’re going to be posting a TON of new routes all over the country for you to try.

Each ride has been published on our Ride Spot account allowing you to use the app on your smartphone to help you navigate the route and keep a smile on your face. It’s never fun having to constantly ask for directions or getting lost. Unless you need to get a cold drink and want to ask the locals.

We also have a collection of other rides from our last two years of Tour of Inspiration 2019 and TI 2020. Here’s a few of our newest favorites that we’ll add to from time to time…

Patagonia, AZ

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The landscapes near Patagonia are fantastic and so are the gravel roads. The area is rapidly growing as a destination ride area.
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Nicole & Dillon Caldwell winding their way on very quiet roads in the area between town and the Mexico-U.S. border.

Klondike Bluffs Figure 8 – Moab

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Non-motorized trails north of Moab that have a taste of everything the Utah desert has to offer mountain bikers. Dispersed camping nearby available too.
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There are lots of other trails in the area, to add on if you like. Look out for dinosaur tracks in the sandstone and views of Arches National Park from the west.

Stearns Lake – PEARL iZUMi Lunch Loops

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This loop is a great lunch loop for many riders looking to avoid traffic.
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With minimal elevation gain, this is a great route for new-to-gravel riders.


Dillon Lake Loop

A view across Dillon Reservoir looking north at mountains from the Ten Mile Range
Take in the views of some of Colorado’s best peaks from your bike.
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Start the ride from the front door of our Factory Store in Silverthorne!

Alsea Falls Loop – Oregon

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The loop is outside of the Siuslaw National Forest in beautiful coastal forest.
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There is a network of trails with a road climb leading you to downhill goods.

Check back for more soon!

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