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Event Calendar & Ride Resources

2024 Events & Ride Resources


Group rides, destination rides, classes and so much more! We have a great calendar of events lined up for 2024!  

Thursday Night Group RidesApril 18th - October 31
Rides rollout at 6:15 p
Multiple groups, slow, medium, fast groups. Helmets required. Starts at 2 Rivers Fort Atkinson. Distance varies depending on daylight. Free event!

Spring Kickoff EventMarch 2 (Saturday) 2p - 5p Come join us for our annual 'Season Kickoff Event' on March 2nd (Saturday) from 2p - 5p.! We love getting together with our cycling friends and community to talk all things cycling. Speakers, free food and beverages. Free event!
2 Rivers 'Spring Mix Ride'April 14 (Sunday) @ 1 pm (arrive by 12:30 p) - date change (was 4/7)State trail ride on the Badger State and Sugar River trails from Oregon to New Glarus to Oregon. We'll stop at Kennedy's Ice Cream and Grill in New Glarus to fuel before starting our journey back. 41.3 miles. Free event!

SURFACE: Crushed limestone, gravel. A bike with a semi knobby tire is recommended. Road slicks aren't recommended.

2 Rivers STAAFR Ride
"Such Thing As A Free Ride"
July 21st (Sunday) @ 1pm (arrive by 12:30 p)Join us for the second annual 'Such Thing As A Free Ride' gravel event sponsored by 2 Rivers Bicycle and Outdoor of Fort Atkinson WI. As the name implies, it is 100% FREE. This is a great way to try out gravel riding if you have never participated in an event.

SURFACE: Gravel and some crushed limestone. A gravel, dual sport or mountain bike are recommended.

2 Rivers Fall Gravel Ride
Fall/Winter Spin ClassesStarting November TBAIndoor cycling is a great workout for all levels of abilities. You can work as hard or as easy as you like. We will guide you through the workout, teach you movements and help you improve your fitness and reach your goals. Our instructors will help improve everyone's fitness whether you are a beginner or advanced athlete.

Maintenance ClassesStarting November TBAComprehensive 8-week course teaches you how to diagnose, prevent, and fix/tune-up a majority of the basic issues you might
have with your bicycle.