We’re excited to announce Early Bird Registration is now open and in effect until July 14th for the third annual Salsa RideCamp—Wisconsin Northwoods 2017, September 8–10. Register at salsaridecamp.com.
We're returning to the beautiful Wisconsin Northwoods near Seeley, 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:
Shuttles to maximize longer singletrack and gravel rides with different routes daily. We'll organize rides for two experience levels (beginner/leisure and moderate/experienced riders).
YETI Coolers mini film festival both Friday and Saturday nights.
Bikefishing opportunites with Redington Fly Fishing.
Kids and family events with the Dirt Dawgs of Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Beginning Mountain Biking clinics with sponsored rider Lindsey Carpenter.
Nightly bonfires, yard games, the Bike Art Parade, scavenger hunts and more!
In addition to the all-inclusive camping experiences listed above, we’re offering THREE Thursday overnight bikepacking experiences with Jay Petervary, Greg Gleason, Andrea Cohen, Brett Davis, and members of the Salsa Crew. We’ve set them up this year to accommodate first-time bikepackers, as well as those looking for longer mileage on singletrack or gravel. Ranging from 20-mile to 60-mile roundtrip mixed-surface rides to remote campsites, these experiences will include on-trail lunch/dinner/breakfast, with a return to RideCamp HQ by the start time of most regular activities around noon Friday. Be sure to watch for this Ala Carte item when you’re registering, but do so quickly, as each bikepacking overnighter will be limited to just 15 guests.
Early Bird Prices for RideCamp cost are $125/adult and $75/child ages 4–12 (cost increases to $200/adult after July 15). Note that the optional Thursday night bikepacking overnighters cost as additional $50 and no Early Bird discount is available. To guarantee receipt of the Awesome Schwag Bag, all registrations must be in by August 8.
Check out the full agenda and register by visiting salsaridecamp.com
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