Kingston, ID • June 17

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Welcome to our fourth annual Silver Valley Ride to Defeat ALS! Our on day cycling event includes participant support from start to finish, with crewed stops, volunteers and a safety team. The ride takes place in the spectacular historic, scenic Silver Valley and will be raising funds to fight Lou Gehrig's disease.

We encourage our friends living with ALS and their caregivers to join the event. The Trail of the Coeur d'Alenes is open to those with mobility disabilities--thus, wheelchairs, manual assistance devices and mobility scooters are permitted for use on all areas available to pedestrian traffic on the Trail.


How to Register? You can register online in three ways: 1. Join a Team -- If you are joining an existing team, you can search for your team and register yourself here. 2. Start a Team -- If you plan to captain a new team and are ready to get the wheels rolling, get started here. 3. Join as an Individual -- If you are signing up on your own, you can get started here.

Fees & Fundraising

Now - May 31st: $65
June 1st - Ride Day: $85

Suggested Fundraising Minimum
We ask that each participant raise a suggested minimum of $150 as they prepare for the Ride. Fundraising for The ALS Association is a very direct way of supporting our mission, but with each person you ask to support you, you are also spreading important awareness for ALS. Fundraising is easy and fun -- and we are here to help you get started and to surpass this fundraising goal!


Directions & Parking

The Silver Valley is a region of the Coeur d'Alene Mountains in Northern Idaho. The "Valley", about 40 miles in length, comprises a number of small mining towns (Kingston, Pinehurst, Smelterville, Kellogg, Osburn, Wallace) along the South Fork of the Coeur d'Alene River and Interstate 90 between Fourth of July Pass to the west and Lookout Pass on the Montana border. The exit is approximately 30 miles from Coeur d'Alene, Idaho, 70 miles from Spokane, Washington and 135 miles from Missoula, Montana.

Driving Directions to the Enaville Trailhead are as follows: 

-From I-90, take Exit 43, turning North onto Coeur d'Alene River Road;

-Continue 1.5 miles to Snake Pit Resort on right; and Enaville Trailhead on left.

Get directions here. 

Day of Ride Schedule

8:00 Registration, Packet Pick up, & Team Photos

9:00 Welcome / Announcements

9:20 63 Mile Ride Start 

9:30 42.6 Mile Ride Start

9:45 27.2 Mile Ride Start

1:00 Buffet Lunch catered by the Snake Pit, Awards and Raffle  

4:30 Route Sweep


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Rider Support

CDA Bike Co.

A Bike Mechanic will be set up at the Start Line area. Our volunteer mechanic can make simple adjustments, quick bike checks and fix flats. If your bike needs more serious work, please try to visit a Bike Shop prior to Ride Day.


The Silver Valley Ride to Defeat ALS goes on, rain or shine! Please check the local forecast before the race. We will do our best to keep all participants in the know. The ALS Association reserves the right to alter the course or start times in the case of inclimate weather.

Map and Directions 


2017 SV Map



  • Helmet - Helmets are REQUIRED for ALL cyclists.
  • Clothing that is comfortable for biking
  • Shoes appropriate for biking
  • Water bottle - if you have one
  • Sunglasses or other protective eyewear
  • Sunscreen and lip balm
  • Donations/Donation tracking sheet
  • Suggested:
    Tool kit
    Spare tubes and/or a patch kit, tire irons
    CO2 or mini-pump
    Cycling Shoes (if you have them)