Looking for a unique way to enjoy the beauty of the Driftless Region while giving back to the community?
Bike.Build.Home 500 is an annual, multi-day bicycle ride that raises funds for local affordable housing organizations. And, Habitat for Humanity La Crosse Area is proud to be the host for this year’s ride. A tradition previously coordinated by Humanity of Minnesota. In its 30-year history, bike riders raised over $7 million to build affordable homes.
What to expect on this year’s BikeBuildHome500 Ride
This year, the 5-day, 500-kilometer ride will run from July 12-16. Riders will stay at a “base camp” located at Luther High School in Onalaska. Each day’s ride will loop through different areas of the beautiful Driftless Region. The first day will be a beautiful Tri-State Century loop along the Mississippi River to Lansing, Iowa. This relatively flat route through the center of the Driftless region includes many scenic photo ops.
Find more at https://www.habitatlacrosse.org/bikebuildhome-500.html