Get ready to play some BINGO! Join us every Monday night from 7:00 - 9:00 pm with the one and only Jake Ward. Standard Bingo is a staple, but there will be rotating game modes including "T", "H", 4 corners and more! Come play along and win some stuff! See everyone here! Cheers!
We are having a Santa Cruz bicycles demo here at Trail House! It will be Saturday October 6th & Sunday October 7th from 9:00 am - 4:00 pm both days. Reservations are available, call the Bike Peddler at 707-571-2428 or NorCal Bike Sport at 707-573-0112. Bring a valid driver’s license and credit card.
BRING A FRIEND AND GET A SPECIAL PRIZE!!!!!
BELL JOY RIDE - SANTA ROSA
All Women. All Levels. All Welcome.
These rides are for all women, all levels. New to Mountain Biking or veterans of the trails.
Our motto is "COME AS YOU ARE!" and we mean it!
There will be different ride level groups that you can register for. Depending on the number of women who sign up we may or may not adjust these groups. But regardless these rides are fun, social & no drop rides.
SATURDAY l September 15, 2018
9:00 am - 9:30 am: Meet and Greet @ Trail House Santa Rosa
9:30 am - 9:45 am: Raffle items from our sponsors at Camelbak and Bell Helmets (items include a Bell Joy Ride Helmet)
10:00 am -1:00 pm-ish: RIDE @ Annadel State Park
1:00 pm - ?:?? Regroup and enjoy some ice cold beers & snacks at Trail House!
If you can only join us for the ride portion that's okay. We will make sure to drink an extra beer for you after!
What can I bring into the event?
Working Mountain Bike, Helmet, and water/snacks
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
The Wednesday Night Dirt Crits are back! Starting May 16th and running near every week throughout the summer (see schedule below), the Wednesday Night Dirt Crits are a fun, casual way to test your mountain bike skills. Four different races are offered, and the nightly schedule is:
5:15pm - Juniors (15 min race = 2-3 laps)
5:45pm - C's (25 min race = 6 laps)
6:15pm - Ladies (25 min race = 6 laps)
6:45pm - B's + A's (30 min race = 9-10 laps)
Adults race for $10.00 and kids race for $5.00.
For further details or to check out previous week's results, head to Bike Monkey's Dirt Crit page.
Starting this summer, Trail House will be home to kid's cycling camps! Each camp, hosted by Travers Ebling, will run 4 days and includes the following activities:
Guided trailrides & nature hikes
-Bike care & maintenance
-Trail maps & GPS tracking
-Spring Lake Waterpark
Drop off is 9:00 am and pickup is 5:00 pm at Trail House. Price per child is $400 with a non-refundable $100 due at sign up.
Rental bikes are available and can be requested during signup.
Calling all baristas in the Bay Area! Trail House is hosting a Latte Art Throw Down together with Land and Water Coffee. Buy in is $5.00 and the winners will take home a share of the entry money (all of the entry money goes towards winner prizes). Judged by Trail House's Danielle Gil and Shane Bresnyan and Land and Water Coffee's Max Bretzke, the battle begins Thursday April 26th at 6:00 pm and runs as long as it takes to crown a winner.
1st: 60% of the entry pot, a 6 grain Kruve Coffee Sifter, 1 month of Land and Water Coffee, a Land and Water t-shirt, a Trail House t-shirt and 1 free bike rental from Trail House
2nd: 30% of the entry pot, a Trail House t-shirt and a Trail House pint glass
3rd: 10% of the entry pot,, a Trail House t-shirt and a Trail House pint glass.
Trail House & Specialized are getting together to throw a party for the all new Stumpjumper! Join us for a day of bikes, beer and coffee! Stay tuned for more details, including demo opportunities and a Q & A session with representatives from Specialized.
This April, lady shredders from all over the Bay Area are joining forces at the first-ever Women's Bike Summit in Santa Rosa led by Amber Streiff of Bell Joy Ride - Santa Rosa, CA and Petra Lindquist of LIV Chix of Marin-Bay Area.
This event will be a chance for you to meet all the amazing women putting on events and to find out what they have planned for 2018. The event will start with dirt and road rides of various levels rolling out from Trail House. After our fun in the sun, groups will roll back to enjoy some refreshing beverages, yummy burritos and a chance to mingle with new friends & vendors. It'll be an incredible day of babes, bikes, burritos and beers!
We've got our tickets; have you? Click on the link and get yours now!
We are starting at Trail House so get there early for coffee and chatting! We will do our ride and return to hang out and have beverages and food so make sure you bring your wallet.
There will be three rides to choose from with lots of support from other women riders.
• Easy-does-it 11-mile ride, is a very casual pace.It is a nice route that meanders through Rincon Valley.
• In-the-groove 22-mile ride, casual moderate pace (11-15mph)
• Pick-up-the-pace 22-mile ride, same route but faster (14-17mph)
Both of these two 22 mile rides will include an out and back on Los Alamos, see how far you can get! http://www.mapmyride.com/routes/view/1951736069
What to bring: your bike (in working order – pumped up tires, etc.), helmet, WATER, snacks, ID and cash for coffee/lunch.
If your bike hasn't been ridden for a while, it is a good idea to take it to your local bike shop for a safety check.
Keep in mind that we want all our rides to be as fun and as safe as possible. That is why we're asking ALL Chicks take the Bike Coalition's Street Skills 101 class. http://www.bikesonoma.org/our-work/traffic-skills-101/
Make sure you sign up for our mailing list too:
Are you a member of the Bicycle Coalition? Please consider joining and supporting this organization that is working to make Sonoma County the best place to ride bikes:
Something special is coming from Santa Cruz Bicycles and it will be here on Friday, February 2nd! Join us and the kind folks from Santa Cruz Bicycles for a pint night and special fundraiser for our local trails from 7:00 pm to close. Someone may be taking home a very custom Santa Cruz mountain bike...
Oregon Timber Trail Slideshow Q&A
with route developer Gabriel Amadeus
The Oregon Timber Trail is an iconic 670-mile backcountry mountain bike route spanning Oregon’s diverse landscapes from California to the Columbia River Gorge. Gabriel's photography showcases Oregon's amazing trails and riding terrain, and he'll give a sneak peek at the route and guide to be released later this month. A portion of beer sales will benefit Gabriel's Chefs Cycle ride for No Kid Hungry.