To be announced.

Registration entitles you to:

  • Event Guide
  • Breakfast and Coffee before the ride
  • Lunch and Snacks on the ride
  • Dinner, Soda, Beer and Wine after the ride
  • Kayaking, Paddle-boarding, Pedal Boats, and Canoeing
  • A campsite with water and electric (may vary by location)
  • Live entertainment Friday, Saturday and Sunday night
  • BASC T-Shirt

Registration does not cover: Bike rentals or alternative lodging




Camping is included in your registration fee and will be the primary accommodations for riders. Cabins and hotels will be available (while supplies lasts) for an additional cost.

On average, each day of riding will consist of at least 80% dirt surface (mostly dirt roads) and 20% pavement.  The ride is set up for mountain, cross, gravel and crossover bikes with wider, knobby tires.  Road bikes not recommended.

For more resources about which bike would be right for you, please click here.

Our registration site allows you to search for people in your area that might also be attending the ride. You can also join our 2019 Registrants only Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/groups/BASCRegistrants/ 

Due to the mileage and intensity of our routes, we recommend no children under the age of 14. Children 14+ are welcome to join as long as they can handle the mileage and are accompanied by an adult at all times.

Yes! Just follow the trainer's guide and anyone can participate. Please see the trainers guide here.

Yes, you can use either of these because it is a ride and not a race

Shoot us an email at BASC@postandcourier.com!

Yes, family members and friends are welcome to the ride. Anyone wishing to spend the weekend with you camping and using BASC event services (showers, portable restrooms, beverage gardens, socials, etc.) MUST be registered as a non-rider. This is a discounted fee that includes all the benefits of a full registration minus access to the routes. We also encourage all non-riders to help assist BASC by volunteering.