Ridiculously fun BIKE TRIPS.
Roam Retreats are all-inclusive adventure mountain bike vacations in world class riding destinations.
No handholding. No pandering. No skills clinics.
We're here to ride, relax, and enjoy the beautiful scenery of a few world-class outdoor destinations.
CHOOSE YOUR OWN ADVENTURE
Want to ride all day until your legs stop working? We gotcha. Ride casually for a few hours and enjoy some well-deserved downtime at the river or lake? Yup! At Roam, we encourage you to choose your own adventure, because hey, we all do riding and relaxing a bit differently.
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What's Included?Full-suspension carbon demo bikes from Specialized Bicycles Lunch, après bike appetizers, & trail snacks Group rides for all abilities Bike maintenance workshops taught by female mechanics Trailside sessions for those who want a few pro tips Drinks including water, Sierra Nevada beer & NUUN hydration T-shirt, water bottle, & registration SWAG bag
Who Attends?How many women attend each rally? Numbers vary, but our demo tour stops typically have 15-20 people. How many women join by themselves? About half of our participants fly solo at our events. What's the average age of participants? Our youngest participants have been 21 and our wisest shredders have been in their mid 70's. We have a pretty even mix of women between the ages of 25-60 at every Rally. How old do I have to be to attend? All participants must be 21 or older. What ride level do I need to be to attend? We recommend all of our attendees have a season or two of riding under their belts. We have rides planned for every ability level - but fitness always helps. We've had women with fairly beginner skills have just as good of a time as the world champions who have joined our trips. I'm a certified coach, do you need any instructors? Thank you but no, this is not a skills clinic. I'm a certified coach, can I join without fear of getting dragged into teaching? Absa-frickin'lutely. Here's your opportunity to ride in a similarly-skilled group for the sole purpose of shredding until your legs fall off. We promise not to stick you with any "students" or ask you to teach anything. Of course "sessions" happen organically on rides from time to time.
What should I bring?Packing A detailed packing list will be sent to you upon registering. We will follow-up with any specific details prior to the retreat. Do I need my own bike? Many of our participants ride one of our free high-end Specialized demo bikes all weekend, and some opt to rent from a local bike shop. We prioritize demo bikes to those flying to the retreat, and then reserve demos first-come first-serve as they are requested through registration. Please confirm you have a demo bike or rental reserved before heading out to your retreat without a bike. Can I bring my dog? No. Thank you for leaving fido at home. Can I bring my husband/boyfriend/brother/platonic man friend? Nope. Nope. Nope. And Nope. The one time we let a boyfriend "stop by to hang out" at a Rally it was a total disaster; we were thoroughly traumatized and are not keen to repeat the experience...although it did make for a hilarious campfire story. Please assert your independence from your super rad fella and leave him at home or have him drop you off.
Arrival/Departure and TransportationWhen should I plan to arrive and depart? Our retreats kick off at 10:00am on Friday and end at noon on Sunday. Partiicpants often arrive later on Friday to accomodate work/travel schedules - no worries! *Moab/Fruita trip has it's own schedule. Please see Eventbrite page for more details What are my transportation options to get to the retreats? Please make travel arrangements to get yourself to the meeting location for the retreats. Can I carpool with other participants? Yes! We can provide assistance putting you in contact with other participants in your area upon request. What airport should I fly into? SEDONA AZ - PHX: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport - Getting to Red Agave Resort in Sedona: Reserve a shuttle with Arizona Shuttle or rent a car and drive. Note: we do not reccomend flying into Flagstaff, it is often more expensive, has a layover in Phoenix, and is only 30 minutes closer to Sedona. If you can find a cheap direct flight, it isn't a bad option. Shuttle or rental car to Red Agave. MOAB/FRUITA - GJT: Grand Junction Regional Airport - Getting to the Hot Tomato in Fruita: Get in touch with us when you've booked your flight and we'll sort out the details - Getting to Moab: Our trip begins/ends at the Hot Tomato with transportation to/from Moab provided. If you want to ride early or head back to ride more in Moab, please make your own rental and travel arrangements. Note: please keep in mind, both DEN and SLC are 4+ hours away from the trip start/end. GJT is 15 minutes. WHITEFISH MT - FCA: Glacier Park International Airport - Getting to Whitefish Bike Retreat: We will pick you up! OAKRIDGE OR - EUG: Eugene Airport- Getting to Tired Dog Ranch in Oakridge: Rent a car or catch a 1.5 hour-ish public transportation bus MOAB UT - GJT: Grand Junction Regional Airport - Getting to Moab: Reccomendations TBA. Note: please keep in mind, both DEN and SLC are 4+ hours away from MOAB, GJT is 2 hours away.