Other rides and activities

Activities identified on this page are not covered by club insurance but are activities that club members have an interest in and there will be club members participating.

Chippewa Valley Century Ride 2020

Sunday May 24, 2020

The Chippewa Valley Century Ride is a not for profit bike ride that benefits hunger task force agencies, local parks, youth organizations, and special needs in the Chippewa Valley. The course includes a 35, 50, 75, or 100 mile option all on blacktop roads, leading through the beautiful farmland of Chippewa County along the Chippewa and Flambeau Rivers, Lakes Wissota and Holcombe, and through the kettle moraine topography of the Chippewa County Forest.

The Ride starts and finishes at the lower pavilion of Irvine Park in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Participants can pre-register online at a discounted rate as well as register the day of the ride. Riders check in from 7:00 to 10:00 a.m. and then immediately start the Ride. 

The entry fee covers our 4 full-service rest stops with snacks, refreshments and full facilities, water stops, “sag”/support vehicles and a full meal featuring locally made brats with all the 'fixins', soda and Leinenkugel's beer. A vegetarian meal is available if ordered in advance (just let us know on your pre-registration form).

INDIVIDUAL RIDE: Price through January 1 - $35 / Price after January 1 - $45 / Price after May 1 - $50 / Price after May 22 - $60

FAMILY RIDE: Price through January 1 - $80 / Price after January 1 - $95 / Price after May 1 - $100 / Price after May 22 - $120

Family ride pricing includes 1-2 parent/guardian registrations and children 17 and under ONLY. Children 18 and older and additional family members can be added to your order at the individual rider rate.

To register and get more details use the link below.


Tour of Lakes 2020

Saturday June 6, 2020

The Tour Of Lakes will be Saturday, June 6.  It will start and finish in downtown Brainerd, on Laurel Street between 6th and 7th Streets.  Registration will be in the parking lot between Sage on Laurel and Hockey House.  Start times are 6 to 8 am.

For updates on TOL we suggest Liking us on Facebook.  All current information will be posted here also.

Experience the beautiful Brainerd Lakes area as you ride past lakes and forests on low traffic rolling to flat terrain. An occasional hill can be found as well.  Our tour promises an abundance of beautiful scenery, fresh air, terrific rest stops and a different route each year. The "Tour of Lakes Bicycle Ride" is a one day recreational ride for cyclists of all abilities.  IT IS NOT A RACE.

 The "Tour of Lakes Bicycle Ride" is a not for-profit bicycle tour hosted by the Paul Bunyan Cyclists Bicycle Club.  Any surplus revenues are used to promote safe cycling in our community. The ride is held rain or shine.

We offer two route choices of approximately 35 and 66 miles.  We do not have a registration deadline, but, registration fees are lower for early registration, save money and sign up soon.  Registration is not refundable.  Both routes are well marked and fully monitored by support vehicles to aid in emergency situations.  Due to the large number of participants, priority will go to those with serious problems.  Riders and their equipment are expected to be in good condition.  As on all other rides, cyclists should carry tools, a pump and a spare tube.

Check in will start at 6:00 a.m. and close at 8:00 a.m. Riders are permitted and encouraged to start as soon as possible after check in.  All riders should be on the road by 8:00 a.m. These start times should allow most riders to return to the start area by mid-afternoon.  All riders must plan to be off their respective routes by 3:00 p.m.  The last rest stop will close at 2:30 p.m. and official course support will end at 3:30 p.m.  T-shirts are handed out upon completion of the ride. All registrations before May 1 are guaranteed a T-Shirt, for registrations after May 1 T-shirts are not guaranteed, they will be provided if available. 

We are greatly concerned about the safety of our participants.  All riders must obey the rules of the road, watching out for others as well as themselves.  Our tour is entirely on public roads, and we must cooperate with other users.  We require the use of an ANSI approved helmet by all entrants.

We are known for the quality, variety and quantity of the food at our rest stops.  Plan to be pleasantly surprised!

There will be an after party following the ride with a band, food and drink available from local businesses. So after you pick up your t-shirt stick around, hear some great music, and enjoy downtown Brainerd's great local businesses.



Superior Vistas Bike Tour

15th Anniversary Tour

June 27, 2020

Enjoy cruising the gently rolling hills with views of Lake Superior and the surrounding forest and countryside.

Loops of 13, 19, 34, 52, 70, a 40-mile out and back and a century (100-mile) ride!

Fully supported ride with route map, support vehicles, and food/beverage stops en-route and at the finish.

Some routes overlap so you can decide to shorten or lengthen your ride as you wish.

Eco-friendly, family oriented RIDE, (not a race).