Designed with Blackburn's founding principle in mind — the spirit of adventure — the Ranger Program tells the story of two iconic cycling routes, the people who ride them, and the uncommon adventures they have along the way. These routes, the Pacific Coast Highway and the Great Divide, serve as the blank pages upon which the Blackburn ambassadors, nicknamed "Rangers," will craft their stories of adventure.
Do you want to be a Blackburn Ranger?
On January 1, 2016, we will begin accepting applications for six new Rangers. See what it takes to be a Blackburn Ranger, and learn how to apply.
Learn about the routes
– Pacific Coast –
- Distance: 1,743 Miles
- Ascent: ~83,378 Ft
The Pacific Coast Bicycling Route stretches from Vancouver, British Columbia, to the California/Mexico border, and attracts cycling tourists from around the world.
– Great Divide –
- Distance: 2,752 Miles
- Ascent: ~200,000 Ft
The Great Divide Mountain Bike Route is more than 2,500 miles of continuous remote trails and dirt roads, stretching from a small town in Alberta, Canada, all the way to the border of Mexico.