Bike ride registration date: Saturday, February 3, beginning at 9 AM PST
Dates: Gather on Sunday, July 29, in the evening, no meal provided. Ride Monday through Friday, July 30 - August 3. Last meal provided lunch on Friday, August 3.
Location: Kellogg, Idaho. Tent camping available and morning and evening meals provided at Kellogg Middle School. Hotel rooms available nearby at GuestHouse Inn or Silver Mountain Resort (you pay)
How this works: Online registration will be available on this webpage February 3.
To register, you will need to make a $50 donation to MCC. This is non refundable. This donation goes to MCC and will not be used for the expenses of the trip, therefore the additional cost will be paid later.
Cost: $465 total. $50 donation on the MCC website at time of registration. Remaining $415 due to IMWRF (Idaho Mennonite World Relief Festival) due by May 1, 2018. Youth rate: First ten registered under age 25, cost is $230.
Any money not used for costs of bike ride will be given to MCC for project listed below. Bike riders will be encouraged to contribute and raise additional money to support the project.
Route: Most of it will be on paved rails to trails protected bike paths with short distances on highways
Day 1 - Monday, Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes east from Kellogg to Mullen. 46 miles total
Day 2 - Tuesday, Spokane River Centennial Trail, from Post Falls to Spokane downtown Riverfront Park. 50 miles total
Day 3 - Wednesday, Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes west from Kellogg to Harrison. 72 miles total with optional century day, 100 miles.
Day 4 - Thursday, Route of the Hiawatha. Crown Jewel of all Rails to Trail in the US with gorgeous scenery. 9 tunnels, Packed gravel road surface. 30 miles total
Day 5 - Friday, Trail of the Coeur d’Alenes from Harrison to Plummer. 35 miles total
Routes subject to change, other roads and loops will be suggested that are on roads and not SAG supported.
Project Information: Empowering Women