Welcome!
 
 
 
 N e w
 
 l a y e r


       List of SBC Upcoming Events





Upcoming events

    • 12 Jul 2019
    • 9:00 AM
    • 14 Jul 2019
    • 5:00 PM
    • Wallace, ID
    Register


    Get on board for the SBC “Wallace Blues Festival” tour July 12 to 14. Choose from one of two starting points on the beautiful “Trail of the Coeur d’ Alene’s” to Wallace, depending on your mileage preference. 


    Option 1: Start in Plummer, ID if you have more “mileage desire” (65 miles to Wallace) or,

    Option 2: Start from the Bull Run milepost near Rose Lake (31 miles to Wallace).  Tour leaders will transport you to your starting point unless you want to leave a car.


    The Wallace Blues Festival is a very popular event and lodging in the area is at a premium.  SBC tour leaders have secured a large area near the Chamber of Commerce Building for camping (included in the “Option 1 Camping” tour price). There is plenty of room for RVs without additional cost.  A bathroom (no showers) and a wooden canopy to cook/sit under in case of foul weather is a short walking distance. Showers are a short bike ride away.

     

    We have our own secured dining room at the 1313 Club for dinners Friday and Saturday nights. The rest of your meals are on your own and not included in the price of the tour.

     

    Lots of fun activities are available in the general area when not attending the music festival: The Mining Heritage Exhibition, the Northern Pacific RR Museum, the Oasis Bordello Museum (don’t blush), the Pulaski Tunnel Trail, Route of the Hiawatha, Sierra Silver Mine Tour, Silver Streak Zipline Tours, the Wallace District Mining Museum and others.  Advanced research on logistics and costs are recommended.


    Option 1 “Camping” ($60) costs includes rider, bicycle and luggage transportation to the starting points and camping area, overnight camping for two nights (12th and 13th), and dinner for two nights (12h and 13th; tip is included).


    Option 2 “Motels/Airbnb, etc.” ($60) provides the same benefits as Option 1 with the difference being you are not camping but are responsible for your own sleeping accommodations and related costs. It might take some searching (Kellogg is only 11 miles away). 


      https://www.silvervalleychamber.com/

      http://www.wallaceidahochamber.com/

      https://www.airbnb.com/s/Wallace--ID

      https://www.vrbo.com

     

    Option 3 “On Your Own” ($60) allows for riders to take their own cars, but to join us at for dinners and other SBC activities, and ride towards us from Wallace (optional).


    For all options, the cost of the Blues Festival ($40) is not included; tickets can be secured once you arrive  in Wallace (officials have told us there are plenty).


    Other info and disclaimers:  Registration deadline is July 1 – a minimum of 15 registrants is required for this tour. If minimum registration is not met by July 1, the tour will be cancelled,and full refunds given.  Individual cancellations after July 1 will not be refunded.  If you have signed up and the tour is cancelled, you are still welcome to join Scott and friends in Wallace for a great weekend of camping and activities.


    Day One: July 12, Friday:

    8 - 9:00 a.m. Loading of bikes, luggage, tents and other items.  Depart promptly at 9AM from Starbucks on Division across from Northtown.

    10: 00 a.m. Arrival at Plummer trailhead “Gathering Place” Mile 0.  Unload bikes and bikers selecting the longer ride to Wallace.

    11:00 a.m. Arrival at Bull Run trailhead, mile 33.5, for riders wanting the shorter ride to Wallace.

    12:00 Luggage arrives at Wallace Chamber of Commerce building.

    2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Bull Run riders begin arriving to the Wallace Chamber building.

    4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Plummer riders begin arriving to the Wallace Chamber building.

    5:00 p.m.  Mandatory meeting of all participants at the chamber building.  Schedule for the weekend to be discussed. Tents, luggage, etc. transported to camping area with riders or motels/Airbnb’s.

    6:00 p.m. Group dinner at Restaurant 1313. 

    NOTE: A “Headquarter Tent/Area” will be set up for riders to check in for activity updates, messages, etc.

    Day Two: July 13, Saturday:

    6:00 p.m. Group dinner at Restaurant 1313. 

    Day Three: July 14, Sunday:

    8:00 a.m. Load up tents, luggage, etc.

    9:00 a.m. Latest time Plummer riders to depart.

    11:00 a.m. Latest time Bull Run riders to depart.

    3:00 p.m. Truck leaves from Bull Run towards Plummer.

    3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Plummer riders arrive.

    4:00 p.m. Departure from Plummer to Spokane.

    5:00 p.m. Arrival at Starbucks parking lot.


Past events

07 Jun 2019 Colville Spoke and Hub Summer Tour 2019
02 Jun 2019 Walla Walla Winery Tour
31 May 2019 Eastside Community Ride
28 May 2019 Appleway Trail Ride
26 May 2019 Latah Creek Trail Ride
22 May 2019 Children of the Sun Trail Ride
19 May 2019 Hike 'n Bike South Hill Natural Areas
17 May 2019 Pizza and Beer Party
16 May 2019 Spokane in Motion - Cycling in Denmark and US
16 May 2019 Danish Cycling Perspectives
15 May 2019 Ride of Silence
15 May 2019 Sandifur Bridge to Fish Lake Trail Ride
14 May 2019 Energizer Stations
13 May 2019 Spokane Bicycle Club Meeting
13 May 2019 Pancake breakfast in Riverfront Park
12 May 2019 Mothers Day Park and Cookies Ride
11 May 2019 Kidical Mass Bike Ride
09 May 2019 Kendall Yards and CT, with flat-fixing clinic at REI
08 May 2019 Potluck in support of the SBC Ridge Riders
07 May 2019 University Bridge Gateway Celebration
05 May 2019 Bike corral for Bloomsday participants and their supporters
13 Oct 2018 2018 Spokane Bicycle Club Annual Banquet
14 Sep 2018 Spoke and Hub Fall Tour 2018
09 Sep 2018 SBC SpokeFest booth September 9, 2018
29 Jun 2018 SBC local tour: Trail of the CD'A
18 May 2018 National Bike Everywhere Day – Pizza and Beer Party
18 May 2018 Weiser River Rail Trail Ride
17 May 2018 Ben Burr/Iron Bridge Ride
17 May 2018 Peaceful Valley/Sandifur Bridge/ Kendall Yards loop
11 May 2018 Downtown Bike Lane and Cycling Amenities
10 May 2018 Latah Creek Trail Ride
29 Apr 2018 Community Bike Ride with Oboi Reed
29 Apr 2018 Washington State Bike Summit
14 Apr 2018 SBC Table - 2018 Bike Swap (April 14th, 2018)
28 Oct 2017 Spokane Bicycle Club Annual Banquet
05 Nov 2016 2016 Spokane Bicycle Club Annual Business Meeting and Banquet
19 Jun 2016 Pacific Coast Bicycle Adventure: supported bike tour 2016
08 Nov 2015 2015 Spokane Bicycle Club Annual Business Meeting and Banquet
12 Sep 2015 SpokeFest Ride #1
12 Sep 2015 SpokeFest Ride #2
17 Jun 2015 League of American Bicyclists Traffic Skills 101
08 Jun 2015 Trans - Washington Supported Bike Tour 2015
13 May 2015 League of American Bicyclists Traffic Skills 101
09 Apr 2015 League of American Bicyclists Traffic Skills 101
03 Apr 2015 Bike Maintenance for Safe Routes To School
11 Mar 2015 League of American Bicyclists Traffic Skills 101
18 Oct 2014 Spokane Bicycle Club Banquet-October 18, 2014
16 Jun 2014 Trans - Washington Supported Bike Tour
12 May 2014 Sign up to support the Commute of the Century
25 Apr 2014 Mile 31 - 32 clean up
14 Apr 2014 Attend the Mayor's Announcement for Commute of the Century
10 Mar 2014 March 10 Potluck Registration
07 Jan 2014 Spokane Bicycle Club Annual Banquet
© Spokane Bicycle Club
Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software