GVBC Sponsored Rides
GVBC offers several riding options, including day tours, a brevet series, an annual century ride, mountain bike rides, and children’s/family rides.
GVBC organizes non-competitive day tours around the Bozeman area. Monthly tours take place either on Saturday or Sunday. Tours are open to riders of all abilities, and although most of the tours are on roads, any type of bike can be ridden (mountain bikes, cross bikes, etc). See the Day Tours page for information on dates, times, distances, locations, etc. We hope to see you out there on some of our tours!
This series consists of randonneuring events, called brevets (pronounced bruh-vey). See the Brevet Series page for more information on these rides.
Bridger Canyon Century
GVBC hosts an annual century ride. The Bridger Canyon Century is a challenging 102 mile paved loop starts in Bozeman and goes to Wilsall, Clyde Park, Livingston, and returns to Bozeman. It includes some hills (4700 feet of climbing), stunning scenery, and likely afternoon winds. An 84 mile return route from Clyde Park via Brackett Creek Road is also available to riders.
We list non-GVBC sponsored rides on our website as well. If you have a ride you would like posted, please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are looking for weekly riding opportunities around Bozeman (these rides generally take place on weekday evenings), check out our Weekly Rides page.