Gravel Tours

This is big country.  And one of the best ways to cover some miles and experience Montana wilderness is to grind on the miles and miles of gravel roads that cross our great state.  We have put together a couple classic gravel routes that are sure to satisfy the beginner to the most die hard gravel enthusiast!  

Gravel cycling tours & SHUTTLES

PEDDLE2PASTRIES!

Polebridge Gravel Loops

The Famous Inside Road

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Looking for a fun ride with a little bit of everything?  Our Pedal2Pastries Guided Tour or Shuttle is just what you've been looking for!  There are so many great riding options out of Polebridge.  Depending on season, traffic, road conditions, and weather, we will discuss riding options the day of the trip.  

Peddle2Pastries:  We shuttle you up the scenic North Fork Corridor to the intersection of the North Fork Road and Camas Road.  From here,  you will cycle a mix of dirt, gravel, and paved roads to the world famous, historic Polebridge Mercantile.  Enjoy lunch in the yard at the Northern Lights Saloon, or munch on a delicious pastry from the Merc!  You can do it one way, which is 13 miles to the Merc, or you can ride the entire 26 miles and we can pick you up on our way southbound.  

The Famous Inside Road

Polebridge Gravel Loops

The Famous Inside Road

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As winter subsides and snow is melting off Glacier National Park’s famous Going-to-the-Sun Road, another off-the-beaten track lowland route presents cycling opportunities for early season adventure.  

Paralleling the Camas Road is the mostly forgotten-about Inside Road which provides access to some of the park’s most pristine wilderness areas. Running from Apgar to Polebridge and nearly to the Canadian border, the road was built in 1901 and holds the title of oldest road in the park.  The Inside Road takes you on a tour of historic burn areas, wetlands and aspen groves to Logging, Bowman and, finally, Kintla lakes.

Polebridge Gravel Loops

Polebridge Gravel Loops

Polebridge Gravel Loops

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We will be offering three guided gravel rides out of Polebridge.  


-Cyclone Notch Loop:  ~38miles (3,500’ gain)

-Red Meadow Loop:  90 miles (5,000’ gain)

-Moose Lake Out & Back:  34 miles round trip (2,750’ gain)


Contact us to learn more and book your next Gravel Adventure!!!