=2024 Touring Schedule

Join the Gallatin Valley Bicycle Touring group this summer to explore our area via road bike! Planned rides are listed below, with more information here: Rides – Day Tours.


April 13–Yellowstone National Park, with no cars! Length varies.
May 11–Tour de Spud. Belgrade-Churchill-Manhattan area. 34-45 miles.
May 25–Clyde Park-Brackett Creek. About 40 miles.
June 2–Lewis & Clark Caverns Loop. 40-50 miles.
June 22–Gallatin Valley Half Century. 50 mile loop.
July 14–Meandering Missouri. Rural ride to Clarkston. 36+ miles.
Aug 4–Tour de Chico in Paradise Valley. 40 miles.
August 24–Bridger Canyon Century. Challenging 84-102 miles.
Sept 14-Storm Castle Gravel Grinder. 22 miles in Gallatin Canyon.


Subscribe to our newsletter at the bottom of this page and check our Facebook page for details on upcoming rides and events.

Training Series participants
Please note that we are canceling the last two events of the Summer Training Series due to poor attendance.
Tues July 23, 6:30pm – Gallatin Gateway Gravel Ride CANCELLED
Tues Aug 6, 6:30pm – Jackson Creek Road Ride CANCELLED
The Century will take place as planned on August 24.

Upcoming competitive events:
The Hoot mountain bike race at Crosscut (July 27) – MTB
Race #5 of the Gallatin Valley Trail Series on July 24 (short distances, costumes encouraged) – MTB and/or trail running
The Big Sky Biggie (Aug 17) – MTB
Morganzo 55 (Sept 7) – gravel

Upcoming non-competitive events:
Tour de Chico, Paradise Valley day tour (Aug 4) – Road
Storm Castle Gravel Grinder- (Sept 14)

The Dirt Concern group rides every other Tuesday – MTB
SWMMBA Trail Work Tuesdays – volunteer trail building

Be part of the Gallatin Valley’s active cycling community.

Join the Club

Gallatin Valley Bike Club is a 501c4 organization and is celebrating its 45th year serving the greater Bozeman cycling community. The club provides recreational and competitive activities as well as advocacy for area cyclists.

Word from the President

The Gallatin Valley Bicycle Club is proud of its continued and wide-reaching presence in the valley. What began as a racing team 46 years ago has evolved with the community’s needs to remain relevant. We continue to organize events such as the annual Bike Swap, the weekend Day Tours, the weekly training series, and the festival of bikes. We also support and partner with organizations with shared goals such as Go Gallatin, the Gallatin Valley Land Trust and the Bozeman Bike Kitchen. We seek to develop synergistic relationships with all cycling-related entities to ultimately better serve our members and the community at large. We look forward to riding with you. – March 2024
Alex Lussier
GVBC board president

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