Bella events are for dues current members of the Bend Bella Cyclists. To become a member, please join HERE.
Our Ride Coordinator, Audrey Murray, can help you map out rides and/or suggest routes of your preferred length and level of difficulty. You can contact her at [email protected].
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Intermediate MTB: We had so much fun, let’s do it again! SWAMPY LOOP
July 7, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Lets ride the Unicorn!
This is a super-fun intermediate mountain bike loop from Swampy Lakes TH to Swede Shelter and back. Be prepared for MOSQUITOES!
The ride is about 12 miles with approx 1200 ft of elevation gain. We will stop at all intersections. We’ll ride the loop clockwise which tackles a lot of the climbing right away. Bella rides are no-drop rides, no one will be left behind! It will be a slower intermediate ride because this is not a fast trail.
**COVID-19 signup procedures:
No guests are allowed on this ride. You MUST be a current paid Bella member to attend. After you press ATTEND be sure to fill out the “Complete your RSVP” form with your cell number and Emergency Contact name and phone number. If you are uncomfortable providing contact information on Meetup, you can text or email it to me.
My contact info:
Donna Eads cell (541)643-8797
email: [email protected]
About halfway through the ride we’ll take a short break at Swede Shelter.
Ready to ride by 9:00am at Swampy Lakes Sno-Park
Rain or thunderstorms will cancel this ride. Any changes due to weather or other factors will be announced on Meetup the day/evening before the ride.
Your YES/RSVP is your commitment to attend, as space is limited to 6 total riders. No-Shows and last minute cancellations (in which you cancel with less than 24 hours notice) prevent other riders from participating in events, especially now that we are limiting the number of participants.
Bella rides are “no-drop” rides and no one will be left behind. In consideration of others, we do ask that you choose an ability level that is close to your skills. If you choose to leave the group by going significantly faster or taking a different route, you have an obligation to let the leader know. When you leave the group, you are on your own.