SepTimber Ride 2020 is "just a bit different" this year.
Grab your friends and bring the entire gang for a weekend filled with fun, local flavor and beautiful autumn scenery. There's a lot more to this little slice of heaven that you can explore by bike, foot, boat or however you like to get around. Take a gander and start planning your SepTimber Ride Weekend.
Warm up for the ride
Whether you're doing the 28-mile trail ride, the 37-mile road ride or going all the way with the 60-mile option, you should get familiar with your terrain. And why wouldn't you want to get to know our miles and miles of scenic trails? There's marshes, forests and so much more to see. Take your bike for a spin before the ride and get to know the lay of the land.
Take in the scenery
While you're here, get a glance at our scenic views. Sure, you'll be seeing a lot of it on the ride, but why not take a scenic boat tour to see the area from another perspective. Fall is a great time to get an eyeful of the trees transitioning from vibrant green to a canopy of colorful reds, yellows and oranges.
Tune up your spokes
Make sure your bike is in prime condition before you set out on your ride. If you need any last-minute service or gear, head to Forever Young Bike & Ski. And, if you don't have a bike of your own, you can rent one for the ride from the Rental Shack.
Gather with your group
If you're riding with a group, stay in a cabin or condo together. There's plenty of accommodation options to fit groups large and small. And when you're not on your bikes, you can checkout the Fall Color Driving Tour.
Take Home Some Mementos
You'll be getting coupons to sample beer at Tribute Brewing Company and wine at Three Lakes Winery. Why not bring some back with you? Or stop by one of our gift shops for a one-of-a-kind souvenir.