Monday Night Road Rides

Join the Bozeman Pedal Project on Monday nights for a women’s specific road ride!  Starting in April, each week we will be meeting at the Bozeman Public Library at 6pm (unless specified otherwise) for a no-drop ride. Please come prepared with a helmet, sunglasses, water, and a snack. Be sure to have a properly functioning bike and comfortable clothes and shoes. Usually rides last from an hour to an hour and a half, dependent on group dynamic (20-25 miles). We practice efficiency while riding and incorporate how to communicate with traffic and each other through hand signals.

For questions or more information please contact Mollie Call at

For up-to-the-minute ride updates and community conversations, please join our Facebook page: Bozeman Pedal Project.

These rides are a great opportunity to meet new people, admire the Bozeman scenery, all while burning some calories!

Mountain Bike Rides

Every Wednesday evening from May thru September (until cyclocross season starts) Bozeman Pedal Project hosts ladies mountain bike rides. These rides have been very popular for the past three season with local women learning new trails and building friendships. These rides are no-drop, meaning no one gets left behind.

Trail levels vary and the weekly ride hostess will post an event on BPP’s Facebook page with the description of each trail, location, duration and difficulty level of the trail.



New to this year’s Wednesday Night MTB rides is an Après-bike. Each week, all actual and intended riders (injured, reserve, etc…) are welcome to gather at the predetermined watering hole for further socializing.  If you have young children at home this is a critical aspect of the ride, it is called a mental health break and has been prescribed by BPP!


Ride Themes

The first several rides will focus on how to make riding more enjoyable, stopping self sabotaging our perceived personal performance, tips for more efficient riding, being kinder to ourselves and how to laugh and ride at the same time. Topics talked about on the rides will be posted as Bike Chick Rad Tips on the blog roll of this page. All BPPers are encouraged to “tip” away and post their suggestions on our Facebook page or email Melissa Cronin at