Open Lands Bike Tour
The Gallatin Valley is known for its postcard views, agricultural heritage, and vast recreational opportunities. These are just a few of the myriad of characteristics that make this place so special. Since 1990, the Gallatin Valley Land Trust has worked with willing landowners in order to protect those qualities. This spring, GVLT is hosting an inaugural Open Lands Bike Tour!
Guided group ride options of 8 and 26 miles will take will take participants through the beautiful Gallatin Valley countryside, much of which is protected open land. One of GVLT’s first of many events this season, the Open Lands Bike Tour will take place on Saturday, May 19 and is free and open to all ages and abilities.
The event will kick off at Sacajawea Middle school, 3525 S 3rd Ave., with registration starting at 9:30 am, and rides starting at 10 am. Group ride opportunities will vary in length and pace, all with the goal of enjoying beautiful views and learning about Open Lands!
No registration necessary prior to the event. Whether you are an avid biker, novice, or a family looking to dust off your bikes and loosen your legs – this is the perfect event for you! Rain or Shine – Helmets and Smiles required!
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