Bridger Canyon Century Road Ride
READ THIS FIRST! All participants including volunteers must become GVBC members AND complete the touring waiver online.
There will not be any paper day-of memberships or liability waivers in 2023, however, you may sign up from your phone.
You must do this online BEFORE any event. Use the links below!
There are two options for this year’s century road ride!
Full Route: Bridger Canyon-Sedan-Clyde Park-Livingston-Jackson Creek-Bridger Canyon. (Approx 102 mi)
The full Century is a challenging paved loop that starts at Story Mill Park in Bozeman, travels north along the Bridger Mountains to Wilsall, then turns south through Clyde Park to Livingston, and returns to Bozeman over Bozeman Pass and Jackson Creek Road. It includes some hills (4700 feet of climbing), stunning scenery, and likely afternoon winds over Bozeman Pass.
Alternative Route: Bridger Canyon-Sedan-Clyde Park-Brackett-Bridger Canyon (Approx 84 mi)
An alternative return route from Clyde Park via Brackett Creek Road is also available. This alternative route is shorter and avoids the Bozeman Pass “wind tunnel” but has the same total climbing as the full Century.
Self-serve refreshments will be provided on both courses (at the Crosscut Nordic Center in Bridger Canyon and the Malmborg Schoolhouse on Jackson Creek Road), but riders should plan to self-support or purchase their preferred refreshments in Clyde Park or Livingston.
Meet before the ride at Story Mill Community Park on Bridger Drive (in Bozeman) for pre-ride snacks and coffee.