Early bird registration is now open for Salsa RideCamp—Wisconsin Northwoods 2016, which takes place Sept. 9–11. Register here.
We’re excited to announce Salsa RideCamp 2016! We'll return to the beautiful Wisconsin Northwoods near Seeley, Wisconsin, just off the world-class CAMBA trail system. We have a lot of new and exciting adventures this year that we're excited to share. Look forward to:
• Longer singletrack and gravel rides with different routes daily. We'll organize rides for two experience levels (beginner/leisure and moderate/experienced riders)
• Bikefishing and casting clinics with RideCamp partner Redington Fly-Fishing
• Presentations from sponsored riders Jay Petervary and Mark Seaburg, and Kurt Refsnider and Kaitlyn Boyle
• More family-friendly events, including Yard Games, the Bike Art Parade, and Speed-dating with the Salsa Crew
In addition to the all-inclusive camping experiences listed above, we’re offering a Thursday overnight bikepacking experience with Jay Petervary, Kurt Refsnider and Kaitlyn Boyle, and members of the Salsa Crew. This 30-mile mixed-surface ride to a remote campsite will include on-trail lunch/dinner/breakfast, with a return to RideCamp HQ by the start time of regular activities around noon Friday. Be sure to watch for this “Optional Item” when you’re registering, but do so quickly, as this bikepacking overnighter will be limited to just 20 guests.
Our capacity for RideCamp 2016 is 250 guests, so sign up early, and tell a friend to do the same.
Early Bird Discounts are in effect until May 15; cost is $125/adult and $75/child ages 4–12 (cost increases to $175/adult after May 15). The optional Thursday night bikepacking overnighter cost is an additional $50 with no Early Bird Discount.
Check out the full agenda.
Questions? Email email@example.com.
Hope to see you in September!
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