Bingham County Idaho Relay for Life
Bicycle Century Fund Raiser
Trail of the Coeur d'Alene June 28, 2014

Course is from Wallace, ID to Harrison and back
This course makes a great 'first' century ride. The course offers:
  • Flat Course
  • No Traffic
  • Scenic
  • Moose, Eagles, Deer and Osprey are common along The Trail

Course will have Limited Support And Gear (SAG)
Funds Raised go to a great cause - the American Cancer Society
Minimum donation to the American Cancer Society is $50 per person - Try raising more by getting friends and neighbors to pledge for every mile you ride

Contact Steve at (208) 317-8375 or Sharon at (208) 681-3602 for more information

Additional Trail Information at: and

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:
    Registration Form
    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:

    Method 1
      Make a check payable to the American Cancer Society
      Mail the check to:
        Steve O'Brien
        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.

Other Cycling sites that may be of interest to you:

Cycling Utah - - A site that contains information on regional road bike tours and Century Rides (Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming)

Cycle for Independence - 5/17/2014 - Boise, ID, Fundraiser for the Treasure Valley Chapter of the National Federation of the Blind, 10,25, and 63 mile distances, individual and team rides, routes begin in northwest Boise, supported ride., Ramona Walhof, 208-336-5333,

Rupert Century - 5/17/2014 - Rupert, ID, Scenic course is a loop of 33 miles starting from the Rupert Town Square. The route takes you through country roads to Walcott State Park and back to Rupert via different route. Barbecue and music in Rupert Square. Two aid stations. Ride is by donation to Bikes for Kids. Includes a meal ticket., Justin Mitchell, 208-431-6014, Ken Stephens, 208-430-4514

Spinderella - 6/21/2014 - Pocatello, ID, Women's only ride featuring five scenic routes, from 10 to 100 miles. New for 2014, 60 mile two-person relay. Roll-out begins at 6:00 AM at Ross Park in Pocatello, ID. Visit website for information and registration., DaNae Young, 208-221-9300

Lemhi Valley Century Ride - 6/21/2014 - Salmon, ID, 100 miles or 100 kms through the picturesque Lemhi River Valley., Marla Hunteman, 208-303-0106

Bear Lake Monster Century Ride - 6/21/2014 - Montpelier, UT/ID, Bear Lake Monster is a 100, 75, 50 or 25 mile fully supported ride from Montpelier, ID. A climb to Minnetonka Cave and prize awaits each 100-mile rider and a backyard barbeque welcomes every finisher. Utah's best century ride is on Idaho!, Jared Eborn, 801-599-9268

Bingham County Idaho Relay for Life - 6/28/2014 - Course is from Wallace, ID to Harrison and back. This course makes a great 'first' century ride. The course offers: Flat Course, No Traffic, Scenic. Moose, Eagles, Deer and Osprey are common along The Trail

Goldilocks Idaho - 7/12/2014 - Goldilocks Bike Ride, Meridian, ID, Fully supported, non-competitive, women only bike ride. Beautiful route, yummy food, pretty t-shirt, good lookin' Papa Bears. Start: Settlers Park, 7:00 am., Dani Lassiter, 801-635-9422,

Bike for Kids Idaho Falls - 7/12/2014 - Idaho Falls, ID, 2, 4, 15, 25, 65 & 100 mile cycling options, food, games and activities for families. All proceeds help special needs children receive adaptable bicycles., Kristy Mickelsen, 208-522-1205, 208-680-9397

Four-Summit Gran Fondo Challenge Event - 7/26/2014 - Cascade, ID, Options include 75, 60, 50, 30 or 8.2 Mile Options. Course covers two mountain passes along Warm Lake Road. The ride starts at the American Legion Hall in downtown Cascade and proceeds down Main Street to Warm Lake Road. Money raised by the Cascade to Warm Lake Four Summit Challenge will support various charitable and community projects within the area of Cascade. Ride support will be handled by George's Cycles of Boise, and post ride barbeque, beer garden and music will be hosted by the Community of Cascade., Mike Cooley, 208-343-3782,

BlomFest - OccupySalmon - 8/2/2014 - Salmon, ID, We will be leading big Mtn Bike rides and shuttles all around the Salmon Area. Basecamps. BYO food, beer, bikes, camp equipment. FREE event, but donations accepted to support the shuttle rigs., Max Lohmeyer, 208 756 7613