Take a tour of Wydaho! From the foothills of the Teton Range, looking into the depths of the Jedediah Smith Wilderness to the Big Hole Mountains, featuring some of the best gravel Eastern Idaho and Western Wyoming has to offer, this route completes a 360 degree circumnavigation of Teton Valley!
Get your explore on and see some scenery like never before by bike!
Pierre’s Hole, once known for fur trade in the Northern Rockies, has always been a test of endurance, fortitude, and strength. On Saturday, August 3, 2019, Pierre’s Hole 50/100 will provide an incredible experience to the fortunate souls entered in this epic journey.
The Decoster Trail at the north end of Teton Valley needs some much-needed work. One of the more rugged, backcountry mountain bike trails in the region could use some love and Mountain Bike the Tetons and Teton Mountain Bike Alliance are teaming up to make it happen.
Please bring bear spray, close-toed shoes, gloves and water. Pizza, beer and beverages will be provided by one of our awesome local sponsors!
Are you ready for an amazing experience? Feeling the need to cool down after a long hot summer? Need one last riding trip before the fall sets in? Register today for the 10th Annual WYDAHO Rendezvous Teton Mountain Bike Festival! Enjoy group rides, take a spin on top-of-the-line demos, perfect your technique with a bike skills clinics, enjoy raffles, music, and camaraderie with hundreds of other fun-loving mountain bikers.
This is an annual ride of passage, leaving from Fitzgerald’s Bicycles each year on the Solstice Weekend. We’ll head clockwise around The Rock (The Grand Teton) on a 50/50 mix of gravel and pavement. 154 miles, 6000 feet of climbing and TOTALLY doable for the average fit rider. Whether you ride for speed or ride for the accomplishment it doesn’t matter. The beers taste just as good after!
This self-supported, 154-mile mixed-terrain cycling adventure is a RIDE OF PASSAGE and sure to challenge anyone who takes it on!
Idaho Untamed Cycling Events is excited to bring you the 3rd annual grass roots gravel grinder in Idaho Falls.
A local fully supported gravel ride starting from the parking area 1 mile southeast of the Bone Store. With fully stocked aid stations run by our local bike shops.
A fundraiser for Idaho Falls Community Pathways, a Not-For-Profit group dedicated to "promoting and encouraging all forms of people-powered transportation in the Idaho Falls"