Where The Hell’s Maybell? Bike Ride

Where The Hell’s Maybell? Bike Ride

May 4th, 2024 is the 38th Annual “Where the Hell’s Maybell?” bicycle ride. The ride is thirty miles over varied terrain.

Fee:  Free!    

Mark your calendars for this memorable bicycle ride in breathtaking Northwest Colorado! This annual event is a true gem to many Moffat County residents as well as a host of other from all over the United States make it their destination in the first week in May.

This 30-mile bicycle trek starts in Craig, Colorado and ends in Maybell, Colorado. You don’t have to be an avid biker for this ride. Go at your own speed and enjoy all the beauty of Colorado’s Great Northwest. This event is a great kickoff into Spring which boast an array of beauty in Moffat County’s landscape.

Everyone of all ages and abilities are welcome to ride in this event. So, grab your friends & family and make it into an annual family celebration to ride Where The Hell’s Maybell Bicycle Ride!

Don’t forget to follow your nose as you cross the finish line into Maybell Park, you can partake in Bear River Young Life’s breakfast that they have concocted for this event. The cost of the breakfast is only $7 and all proceeds go directly to Bear River Young Life.

Ride: May 4th, 2024

Departure Time: 7:00 AM Northwest Storage – Craig, Colorado

7:30 AM Western Knolls, 5 miles West of Craig

Shuttle Service back to Craig leaves Maybell at 10:30 AM

Optional Fees:
$7 Delicious breakfast made by Bear River Young Life.
T-Shirts – $20

Contact Travis Sanford  for more information 970-826-2006

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