Back in 2021- YOUR ULTIMATE CYCLING ADVENTURES STARTS HERE: In Bear Country
Tucked in the base of Northern California’s Sierra Nevada mountain range, a stone’s throw from Reno and Chico, and spanning between the small towns of Taylorsville and Greenville, you’ll find our Bear Growl roads and trails for this one-of-a-kind cycling experience. We offer seven ride options, all surrounded by old barns and pummeled (in the best way) with fantastic views; these rides will not disappoint!
Down Home Goodness
We can firmly say that this is a frontier experience where the air is crisp, the creeks are clear, and the food is homemade and top-notch. Social distancing to us is no crowds, no lines – just a good time.
Stay for the weekend
In fact we might just insist that you come early and stay late! (Where else do you have to go?) We’ve got camping and cabins for your nighttime chillaxing and recovering as daytime you’ll be riding, swimming, hiking, fishing and even boating! Check out our where to stay tab for all of the details.
- We staggering our starts within each group to support our social distancing requirements
- You’ll see an increased level of safety and hygiene support from us
- More hand sanitizer, more gloves, more ways to keep you safe
The net-net is that we’re stoked you are still game to support an incredibly important need that we have for our Foster Youth program.
And let’s remind you about the top 10 reasons to join our one-of-a-kind charity cycling event!
- Cool September temperatures for your cycling comfort
- Support! Super fun Aid Stations
- Quiet and rambling country roads
- A new socially-distanced but very social post-ride party!
- Fewer rules: No time limit. Period.
- Incredibly beautiful course(s) in the quiet and rural part of Northern California
- We’ve got super-duper awesome swag bags – it’s undeniable
- Our down-home atmosphere will make you feel right at home
- Because being on the bike is good for the mind, body and soul!
- Your fundraising efforts unabashedly make a big bear difference in the lives of our foster youth and their families (but don’t worry – our bears won’t bother you!)