Bella events are for dues current members of the Bend Bella Cyclists. Non-members are welcome on their first ride without a membership but must sign a waiver and give it to the ride leader before the ride.
Please note that this privilege may only be used once — you must become a member before attending your second Bella ride.
To become a member, please join here.
Our Ride Coordinator, Amy Brannan, can help you map out rides and/or suggest routes of your preferred length and level of difficulty. You can contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Moe has updated the Bella ride leader sign-up sheet. Please use the updated link to print out your sign-up sheet: https://bendbellacyclists.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/BBC-Ride-Leader-Signup-Sheet-2019_May18.pdf This message will repeat for about a week ...Find out more »
Sister's Stampede is a family racing event at Peterson's Ridge over the Memorial Day weekend. This thrilling race course features stunning views of the Three Sisters Mountains, and rolling singletrack scattered with Central Oregon lava rock. This course is mainly singletrack which will test riders’ strength and stamina but also includes sections on BS Logging Rd and some forest service roads. A very unique start/finish will be located just steps away from Three Creeks Brewing, which will be launching Stampede…Find out more »
Ride details and directions below: Please arrive 9:15 am to be READY TO ROLL at 9:30 am. We will leave from the parking lot at Big Sky Park, 21690 Neff Road. There are bathrooms there. The ride is a 26.7 mile loop around the east side through horse and hay country. There are no facilities along the way. It is mostly flat with some short hills and nice views of the mountains. The first few miles have some traffic and,…Find out more »
Organizer: Laury Riley, 541-408-4338 or email@example.com This ride is for people who want to go at a pace of 11-13 mph, with occasional stops to regroup. FIRST meeting point for those who don't know this area: Aspen Hall parking lot at Shevlin Park, on the RIGHT SIDE of the road, ready to roll out at 9:30am. Look for Laury's gray Volvo SUV. ALTERNATE meeting point for those who know where this is: At the gravel parking lot at the end…Find out more »
The 39th annual Cascade Cycling Classic (CCC) is back after a year off. We really could use your help May 29-June 2 for this five day/six stage premier road race. This race benefits the CCC Youth Foundation (CCCYF) which is a local Bend area non profit created in 2018. The CCCYF supports cycling programs for children and teens that promote community engagement, cycling safety, and both recreational & competitive cycling opportunities. We have a variety of positions including drivers, course…Find out more »
This 56 mile road ride with 2,000 feet of climbing is suited to intermediate and experienced riders. There are a couple of long steady climbs, but no technical descents. From Sunriver we will take Spring River Road to Hwy40/Three Trappers Road. We will regroup at the twenty mile point before turning south onto the Cascade Lakes Hwy. A left onto S. Century and then another left will lead us to Crane Prairie Resort at approx. mile 35. We will break…Find out more »
This is a beautiful, relatively flat ride to Smith Rock starting along the Dry Canyon Trail at Wiegand Family Dog Park, 1429 W Antler St Redmond. There are scenic views of the Cascades as we travel on mostly low traffic roads. We cross Highway 97 in Terrebonne which can be very busy, so be extra careful. We will stop at Smith Rock for a short break to use restrooms, refill out water bottles and have a snack as we admire…Find out more »
Ride Details: READY TO ROLL at 9:00AM. We will leave from Shevlin Park (18920 NW Shevlin Park Rd), parking lot. This is one of 4 rides this morning to help us all be hungry and happy before meeting at Discovery Park. Please note the four rides below are posted separately on Meetup and sign up for the one that Turns your Crank!* Advanced Beginner Mtn Bike Ride - Marvins/COD/Elv/Phils* Intermediate Mtn Bike Ride - Chutes & Ladders Up & Down*…Find out more »
Just like the game Chutes & Ladders, let's climb up, then go down, climb up, then go down, climb up, then go down ... down ... down for a fun ride before our Bella Picnic. This is a 12.7 mile intermediate ride with some rocks and 955ft pf climbing. For questions on this ride, please contact Susanita - 202-413-2693https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30040120 This is one of 4 rides this morning to help us all be hungry and happy before meeting at Discovery Park.…Find out more »
Let's ride up Skyliner's and roll back to the Bella picnic. This is an Advanced Beginner out and back ride of 18 miles up Skyliners and Back to Discovery Park. Questions on Ride - Mimi Graves, firstname.lastname@example.orgCo-Leader requested - please let Amy know if interestedhttps://ridewithgps.com/routes/28634560 This is one of 4 rides this morning to help us all be hungry and happy before meeting at Discovery Park. Please note the four rides below are posted separately on Meetup and sign up…Find out more »
Advanced Beginner Mtn bike ride before our Bellas Picnic at Discovery Park. We will ride up Marvin's to COD, by passing the black section, taking the road to ELV, down to the Chicken and out Phil's. There are a few rocks to walk or roll, 8.2 miles and 458 ft of elevation gain. Meet at Phil's Trailhead ready to roll at 10am.https://ridewithgps.com/routes/9221233Ride questions contact Nancy - email@example.comWant to co-lead - contact Amy - firstname.lastname@example.org This is one of 4 rides…Find out more »
It's time for the Bend Bella annual summer picnic and rides. Yay! The picnic will be at Discovery Park at 11:30-ish, or immediately after the rides. You do not have to ride in order to come to the picnic. **We are still seeking ride coordinators for Advanced Beginner MTN and Advanced Beginner ROAD rides. (rides will be posted on a seperate MeetUp post) This event is for CURRENT Bella members only. We will provide boxed lunches from Tate and Tate.…Find out more »
There is nothing better than curling up with a good book. Plan to join us on Thursday, June 13th at 5:30 PM for this month’s meeting, where we will meet, eat, drink and discuss this months selection, "Rocket Men: The Daring Odyssey of Apollo 8 and the Astronauts Who Made Man's First Journey to the Moon " by Robert Kurson. By August 1968, the American space program was in danger of failing in its two most important objectives: to land…Find out more »