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Edible Pedal 100

September 15

There’s something for everyone!

A total of five routes will be offered to accommodate riders of all abilities (10-mile, 32-mile, 50-mile, 74-mile, 150-mile). All routes start and end at Bowers Mansion Regional Park in Washoe Valley. The 10-mile ride option is free for children 5 years and younger.

The route options:

  • Challenging 150K-mile loop: featuring a lung-searing, thigh-burning climb up Kingsbury Grade from Carson Valley to Lake Tahoe.
  • Dean’s Dream, an inspiring 74-mile ride: an inspiring ride to the Fay Luther Trailhead and back but NO Kingsbury Grade climb.
  • A respectable 50-mile route: a loop that include a trek along bucolic country drives through Carson City and Genoa, some climbing.
  • The Carson Cruizer is a 32-mile ride: a very cool pedal out to Ross Gold Park and back.
  • Leisurely 10-mile ride: through picturesque Washoe Valley- great for families and cyclists seeking a taste of an organized ride.

Registration:

Your registration entry includes fully equipped ride stops, SAG wagon service, one-post-ride barbecue ticket, priceless views, camaraderie and an unbeatable sense of accomplishment. For registration fees (including early bird discounts), route maps and more information, click here.

Details

Date:
September 15
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Website:
http://www.ediblepedal100.org/

Venue

Bowers Mansion Regional Park
4005 US Highway 395
North Washoe Valley,NV89704United States
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Website:
https://www.visitrenotahoe.com/venue/bowers-mansion-regional-park/

Organizer

Rotary Club of Reno Sunrise
Phone:
775-393-9158
Email:
ride@ediblepedal100.org
Website:
https://www.visitrenotahoe.com/organizer/rotary-club-of-reno-sunrise/




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