The HeART of Idaho Century Ride — Aug. 17, 2019 Four options of 25, 50, 62, and 100 miles leaving from Idaho Falls. Routes follow the Snake River and verdant farmland with views of the Grand Teton and desert vistas. Benefits the Art Museum of Eastern Idaho. Celebrating 5th year in 2013.
4 Peaks Gran Fondo – Aug. 10, 2019 Up to 80 miles of bike riding in southeastern Idaho with options for relays. Timing of the event is for the hill climbs only. Starts in Inkom City Park.
Teton Bike Festival(formerly Wydaho Rendezvous) — Aug. 30 – Sept. 2, 2019 A mountain bike gathering over Labor Day weekend at the Grand Targhee Resort in the Tetons, on the border between Driggs, Idaho, and Alta, Wyoming. Presented by the resort and Teton Valley Trails and Pathways.
Best of the White Pine — Aug. 25, 2019 80-mile counter-clockwise loop through Boville, Clarkia, Harvaard and back to Deary
Rebecca’s Private Idaho — Aug. 29 – Sept. 1, 2019 A 20-, 60- or 100-mile mountain bike course on gravel and dirt roads across the rugged mountainous landscape of Ketchum, Idaho. Led by endurance mountain biker Rebecca Rusch.
Ride to Joseph — (2019 TBA) The 200-mile ride leaves from Lewiston and heads into Washington state for most of the day until it reaches Wallowa Lake near Joseph, Oregon, for an overnight. The return trip follows the same course. Twin Rivers Cyclists..
Bike MS: Cycle the Silver Valley (Kellogg) Dates: Sept. 14-15, 2019 The fund-raiser for the National MS Society begins and ends at Silver Mountain Resort, Kellogg. Day 1: 20, 50, 75 or 100 miles. Day 2: 25, 35 or 50 miles (off-trail challenge route available on Day 2 only)
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. 9-14, 2019.
C’oeur d’Fondo — Sept. 21, 2019 Cyclists of all ages and abilities can participate in this Lake Coeur d’Alene bike ride. Four options of 108, 84, 37 and 10 miles; the longer rides go around the lake. Benefits the North Idaho Centennial Trail Foundation.