BRAG WinterRide 2017 Daily bike rides to historic and scenic sites around the Georgia Coast. Destinations include Cumberland Island and Okefenokee Swamp. Dates: Feb. 21-25, 2017.
The Bicycle Ride Across Georgia (BRAG) The mass bicycle tour usually covers 55 miles a day, covering about 400 miles. Check website for details; 2017 route will be announced on Jan. 1. The ride is limited to 2,000 riders. Dates: June 3-10, 2017.
See B.R.A.G. website for Spring Tune-up and the Georgia Bike Fest.
Selkirk Splendor — A 378-mile loop around the base of the Selkirk Mountains takes cyclists into Idaho, Washington and British Columbia. Lakes, waterfalls, mountain vistas and many active small towns are on the agenda for this self-contained bicycle tour offered by the nonprofit Adventure Cycling Association. Dates: July 9-18, 2017. Or July 22-Aug. 1, 2017.
Family Fun – Idaho Trails — This fully supported bicycle tour caters to families on its 130 miles along two rail-trail routes — the Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes and Route of the Hiawatha. Presented by the Adventure Cycling Association. Dates: July 16-21, 2017.
Ride Idaho — A roughly 400-mile bike tour is a loop route limited to the first 350 cyclists. Registration opens Dec. 15, 2016, with free jerseys to first 100. Route details in December. Presented by Treasure Valley YMCA. Dates: Aug. 5-12, 2017.
Idaho Bicycle Ride — Presented by Bicycle Rides Northwest. Details at website . Dates: Aug. 5-12, 2017.
WaCanId Ride — A 340-mile, fully supported bike tour on the International Selkirk Loop encompasses parts of Washington, Idaho and British Columbia. Riders can begin in three locations — Sandpoint, ID, Creston or Nelson, BC. Presented by Rotary Clubs of the Selkirk Loop. Dates: Sept. 11-16, 2017.