Bike Walk Montana hosts 2nd Divide Scramble on June 18, 2022


BUTTE, Montana (June 4, 2022) – Due to the success of last year’s inaugural event, Bike Walk Montana (BWMT) is planning the return of the Divide Scramble. This one-day event features 3 mountain bike/gravel bike rides of 33, 57 and 68 miles. In addition, this year’s schedule will also include a 4 mile guided history and geology tour along the paved trail system which overlooks Butte.

The Continental Divide Trail on the Grizzly course of the Divide Scramble bike event. Photo courtesy Bike Walk Montana

The Golden Eagle Routes 1 and 2 are 33 and 57 miles, respectively. They utilize a mix of paved and gravel roads on part of the Great Divide Mountain Bike Route (created by Adventure Cycling). The Grizzly Route is 68 miles, and also includes a section of the Continental Divide Trail (not suggested for beginners). All 3 rides feature unrivaled scenic beauty, and are fully supported with aid stations, SAG vehicles and a lunch following the completion of the rides.

The guided tour/walk will feature a short mine tour, half-price admission to the World Museum of Mining and commentary from Butte history buffs. Lunch will also be provided.  

Proceeds will benefit the work of BWMT, a non-profit, statewide advocacy organization working to make walking, bicycling and rolling safe and accessible for all Montanans. Additional information can be found at

Event information, registration links and sponsorship opportunities can be found at www.RidetheDivideMontana.

On the Divide Scramble course. Photo courtesy Bike Walk Montana
Riders in the first Divide Scramble. Photo courtesy Bike Walk Montana
Riders in the first Divide Scramble. Photo courtesy Bike Walk Montana
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