• Date
    Saturday September 30, 2023 at 8:00am PDT
    past event
  • Type
    Group Ride
  • Activities
    Mountain Bike Hike Trail Running
  • Location
    Mission Viejo, California United States
  • Website
  • Registration
    Open Paid
Good Dirt Ride
Group Ride Details:

Although the Good Dirt Ride started out as a 50 Mile Ride, we now have 10 and 25 routes. What began 16 years ago as a birthday ride with friends has now become a larger community united by our love of cycling and doing good in the world. With this purpose in mind, we aim to have some fun and support our community of cyclists. Simultaneously, we want to be there to support your local bike shop, business, or an African child riding her bike to school in a rural village on the African continent. Although our community is local, we impact globally…that’s why we’re the Good Dirt Ride

Unquestionably, one thing will never change. Whether you call us the 50 Mile Ride, the Rwanda Ride, or the Good Dirt Ride – we just want you to join us for a day of FUN and goodwill. We promise to bring you the same fun, the same epic trails, the same huge raffle, and the same legendary post-ride party. Join us – and let’s do Good Dirt together!

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