Bike Ride Around New Heights
Sat, August 10 @ 7:00 am - 1:00 pm
It’s the Tour de New Heights! See all four New Heights campuses in one day on two wheels! Total distance is 48 miles. You can do this ride with a pace group or on your own. At each New Heights campus, there will be a rest stop with power snacks and restrooms. Cue sheets will be available at the start. After the ride is over, celebrate your accomplishment with a BBQ lunch!
The Full Route (click to view)
Distance: 47.6 mi, Elevation Gain = 1,000’
14mph Route (click to view)
We have a route just for you!
Distance: 33.8 mi, Elevation Gain = 954’
Come early and get mechanical support for your bike courtesy of Vancouver Cyclery!
1. Ride with a Pace Group:
All pace groups depart promptly at 8am. Arrive early to check in and find your pace group (14-20mph).
18mph: Sally Butts and Steve Baltazar
16mph: Mike and Jill Gilbert
14mph: Mary McLaren and Laird Clow
2. Ride on your own:
You can depart New Heights North any time from 7:30-8:30am. Be sure to check out the rest stop availability and plan your ride accordingly.
Start and Finish:
New Heights North Campus
Open: 7am – 1:30pm
Rest Stop #1:
New Heights Main Campus
Open: 8:15 – 9:30am
Rest Stop #2:
New Heights West Campus
Open: 8:30 – 10am
Rest Stop #3
New Heights East Campus
Open: 9:30am – 11:30am
Things to Know
- Safety first! Helmets are a must, as is familiarity with traffic laws.
- Limited SAG support available, but make sure your bike is in good repair and you’re trained for the ride.
- Beginning at 7am, we will have mechanical support for your bike and donuts for you pre-ride!
- Ride is free! But you do need to sign in at the start.
Things to Bring
Spare tube, patch kit, tire irons, pump, and water bottles.
What’s Summer Festival?
It’s an all-age, all-church, week-long party! This year, we’re bringing the best of the southwest to Clark County, and y’all are invited. (Kids – if you’re 15 or under, be sure to bring an adult with you.)
Our hope is that in the mix of these sometimes goofy events you’ll unplug from your daily routine and connect with God, creation and His people.