Blazing Saddles XIV- July 18 2015
This ride is our major fundraising event, and each year more participants help raise money for families and individuals with kids battling cancer. Thank you to our 99 riders and their donors, our generous sponsors, individual and business donations, and the work of our tireless volunteers, Blazing Saddles XIV July 18, 2015 raised over $35,200. For inspiration, check out the Blazing Saddles gallery.
BLAZING SADDLES MILEAGE OPTIONS [map and elevation profile]:
- 100 (+) mile century or 81 (+/-) miles starting in Livingston, heading over Bozeman Pass to Jackson Creek Road, then over Battle Ridge Pass to Shields Valley, ending in Livingston at Sacajawea Park. Century riders will add miles on Shields River Road, just north of Wilsall.
- 65 (+/-) miles starting at the Bozeman Pass historical marker on the Frontage Road, to Jackson Creek Road, then over Battle Ridge Pass to Shields Valley, ending in Livingston at Sacajawea Park.
- 45 miles starting at the top of Battle Ridge Pass for a fabulous downhill jaunt into Livingston through Shield’s Valley.
- 30 mile family fun ride – From Wilsall into Livingston. Perfect for families who want to ride together or for beginning cyclists who feel intimidated by longer miles.
The ride has full sag wagon support and numerous rest stops with delicious snacks, water and Gatorade along the way. Participants also receive a free water bottle and a mileage sticker to proudly display on helmet or bike.
Read “Pedaling for Payden” and find out why we and 175 other cyclists make Blazing Saddles happen.
Sponsors of our Blazing Saddles Fundraisers