Important Updates

This is where we will post important information pertaining to the event.  Check back regularly to stay informed, or sign up for the newsletter.

The National Park Service works with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as state, tribal, and local public health authorities and the Federal Emergency Management Agency to ensure the safety of park visitors, employees, volunteers, and partners. Because Crater Lake National Park is subject to federal parameters, Ride the Rim 2021 will follow all guidelines set in place during the time of the event in regards to the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Depending on what guidance is issued, there is a possibility there will be conditions where Ride the Rim may be forced to cancel again. If the event is canceled for any reason, we will send communications via our newsletter and social media and place a notification on this website.

2020, Ride the Rim was CANCELED


We had 2,000 riders on September 21st, with 755 registering the day of the event.


We had 2,200 riders on September 14th, with 475 registering the day of the event.