Propose a bike ride

Please use the "Make a ride proposal" area below to describe the ride you are proposing. Please read the Ride Leader Guidelines if you are interested in leading a ride. The "Make a ride proposal" area may be expanded by dragging the bottom right hand corner down.

Your announcement must include – Ride name, date and start time, miles, pace, gathering place, social event (restaurant, coffee shop), leader's name & contact info: mobile phone number and email address. If you have photos of the ride area or previous rides on this route that you would like to share, please let us know and we will let you know where to send them. Please use the following format as closely as possible. You can copy and paste the bulleted list to the response area.

  • Ride name:  
  • Date:  
  • Start time:  
  • Gathering place (complete address if possible):  
  • Distance in miles:  
  • Duration in time:  
  • Pace:  
  • Planned stops (restaurant, coffee shop, picnic area, etc):  
  • Leader is: name, email address, mobile phone  

Example of free text description of ride adding any special interest comments:

"Sunday, April 28, 2019, 10:00 AM, Happy Trails Ride (35 mi.) on the multi-use Bitterroot Trail. Meet at Conoco in Lolo and ride the paved bike trail to Bass Creek Campground for a bring-your-own snack. Ride back to Florence for lunch at Café Firenze (great soup)."

  • Milt Clark
    commented 2019-05-07 11:30:26 -0600
    Saturday, May 18, 2019, 9:30 AM, Turah Ride (25 mi.). Meet at Eastgate Shopping Center [NW corner] and ride a combination of streets, Hwy MT 200, frontage roads, and paved paths. On the return, a side trip to the new Milltown State Park is planned for a rest stop, snacks, etc.. No restaurant stop planned so bring your own snacks. Milt Clark, 406-549-3320,
  • Jack Scholl
    commented 2019-05-05 14:04:29 -0600
    Sunday May 26 2019: Frenchtown/Big Flat Loop Ride (42 mi.) – Meet at Westside Park, adjacent to Lowell Elementary School (1200 Sherwood St., Missoula) at 9:00 am to ride to Frenchtown via the North Side. We will witness the progress on the new Frenchtown Frontage Road bike path, then stop for a “Dutch Brunch” at Gammy’s Cafe. Return via Mullan Road, Kona Bridge, Big Flat, Blue Mountain Road and the Bitterroot Trail. Pace: slowly moderate (11-13 mph, wind permitting). Jack Scholl, (269) 343-6320,
  • Bob Wachtel
    published this page in Get Involved 2019-04-13 15:19:10 -0600