In three minutes we’ll show you around our favorite cycling towns. Look for some trail shots, road biking and family attractions on and off the bike. Enough to give you a taste of the area and want to make a trip there yourself. Here is Sun Valley. Enjoy!
The Sun Valley area does not lack great places to eat. And a bonus for families is that many of them are kid-friendly. Here are a few of our favorites. Power House Pub and Bike Shop Local grass-fed burgers, handmade fries and homemade ketchup all in this bike shop turned pub. We love to ride our rides down to Hailey from Sun Valley and stop in here for lunch. Bonus: there is usually a bike video or race on the TV. Info: 411 North Main Street,Hailey, ID 208.788.9184 Website TripAdvisor KB’s The New York Times named KB’s as a must stop in it’s article of
Yesterday I took Kalden on his first backcountry mountain bike ride outside of Stanley, Idaho called the Potato Mountain Loop. We finally felt at the ripe old age of 9 he was ready to venture out for an epic ride. And more importantly, he felt up to it. Here is my definition of a backcountry mountain bike ride: Hours from any city At least 10-20 min from any town Probably no cell service Probably will not see anyone else Probably will see wildlife (hopefully not the predator kind) 20-30% hike-a-bike Obstacles such as downed trees, water crossings and/or erosion Halfway through the ride Kalden said
Plan A was to meet the boys in Sun Valley on Friday to enjoy the Ride Sun Valley Bike Festival. Plan B turned out to be just fine landing us all in Sun Valley on my birthday. After unpacking the car and setting up the camper we headed to the white clouds loop – a local singletrack in the heart of Sun Valley. It’s a fun and easy 4 mile loop with amazing views of Sun Valley and Ketchum. After the ride we headed over to the Ketchum Grill for a nice steak and a yummy chocolate mouse cake! On Thursday we took the local