Bingham County Idaho 2015 Relay for Life
Course is from Kellogg, ID to near Plummer, ID and back
This course makes a great 'first' century ride. The course offers:
Course will have Limited Support And Gear (SAG)
Additional Trail Information at: http://friendsofcdatrails.org/CdA_Trail/ and http://www.southlakecda.com/trail.htm
We are planning a small ride of about 25 participants. Before submitting a registration form, please contact Steve or Sharon at one of the phone numbers above to reserve a space. We will then reserve a space for you and confirm your reservation or notify you the ride is full within 24 hours. Once your space is confirmed, please fill out the registration form and waiver. Forms are available at the links below:
Ride Waiver - (To be completed for all riders)
Parental Consent - (Must be completed for riders younger than 18 years of age.)
Your donation can be made by either of two methods:
Make a check payable to the American Cancer Society
Mail the check to:
1321 Clifford Street
Blackfoot, Idaho 83221 Method 2
Make your donation online to Relay for Life at:
Relay for Life Online
All donations are none refundable.
Riders younger than 18 must return parental consent form.
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Cycling Utah - - A site that contains information on regional road bike tours and Century Rides (Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming)
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