What to Bring to the Ride

Trekkers can bring one personal bag and one sleeping bag/pillow. Tip: Tie them together to ensure they stay together during the weekend! Trek volunteers are responsible for lifting your luggage and hundreds of others each day so please be kind and pack light! All bags should weigh 50 lbs. or less. Be sure to label them clearly, too. Luggage will be transported to camps and placed in a central location for pick-up.

If you earned luggage delivery by raising $1,500+, your bag will be delivered to your cabin as a special perk! Note: Luggage that weighs over 50 lbs. won’t be delivered and will have to be picked up at the general luggage pick-up area. Coolers also won’t be delivered to cabins but can be transported to camps for pickup.

While You’re Riding, You Should Have:

  • ANSI-approved helmet (required)
  • Form of Identification (driver’s license, passport, etc.)
  • Cash and/or debit and credit cards
  • Patch kit/extra tubes
  • Route notes/trek map printed or on your phone (these are handed out before the ride each morning and are also emailed before Trek weekend)
  • Charged cell phone
  • Water bottle or Camelbak
  • Rain gear
  • Emergency medical information
  • Prescription medication

Your Weekend Packlist Should Include:

  • Sleeping bag/pillow
  • Flashlight
  • Sunscreen/insect repellent
  • Medications
  • Riding clothes for each day
  • Clothes/shoes for evenings
  • Flip flops for showers
  • Plastic bag for wet garments (Tip: newspaper also helps for drying shoes!)
  • Extra towel (bath towels are provided at camps)
  • Extra snacks/drinks
  • Playing cards/games
  • Labeled decorations/lawn chairs for Trek Tent City (if your team reaches $5,000+, you’ll be provided with a table and tent to decorate along with a custom team banner)
  • Cash/credit cards for Trek merchandise store
  • Power strip
  • Extra batteries

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