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Rides and Events

Damonte Cycling Club Group Rides & Events

DayStart TimeDescriptionLocationPhone
Saturday, April 18TH11-12:30Beginner Road Ride every Saturday thru the wetlands in Damonte Ranch(weather permitting) 7-10 miles. If you are in the market for a new bike- you are welcome to test ride one of our road bikes for free-just come in early so we can get you fit to a bike- Interested Adults only please -must sign a waiver. Wear tennis shoes, a helmet and bring water. Weather permittingHigh Sierra Bike Shop775-852-8850
Sunday, April 19th10:30am-3:30pmIntermediate Road Ride up Geiger Grade to Virginia City- then Carson City and back thru old 395-bring food,water,sunscreen, x-tra tube, CO2 & wear a helmet. Weather permittingHigh Sierra Bike Shop775-852-8850
Wednesday, April 22nd10:30 am-2:30 pmIntermediate Road Ride from High Sierra Cycling Bike Shop to Verdi. Bring Food, Water, Tubes, Pump/CO2 and Wear a Helmet. Weather Permitting.High Sierra Bike Shop775-852-8850
Thursday, April 23rd10:30am-2:30pmIntermediate Road Ride to Somerset & Verdi.(50 miles)Bring Food, Water, CO2, x-tra Tube and dress in layers. Weather permitting.High Sierra Bike Shop775-852-8850
Friday, April 24th10:30 am-1pmIntermediate Road Ride to Bowers Mansion, Franktown, Lakeview, and back on old 395. Fun No Drop Ride. Dress in layers and bring food and water-make sure your bike is tuned and ready to roll!High Sierra Bike Shop775-852-8850
Sunday, April 26th9amCelebrate Earth Day with The Procrastinating Pedalers and High Sierra Cycling to Idlewild Park for the Event. You may stay at the event and return on your own or return with the group. The ride is 32.8 miles with 900' of climbing. It will be at a C- level and will be "No Drop". We will stop at Java Jungle for a break and an option to stop at Pedalers' Deli in Ridge view Plaza for handmade ice cream! High Sierra Bike Shop775-852-8850
Wednesday, May 14th6:30 - 8pmLiv Maintenance Clinic-for women to learn how to work on your own bike. Cost is Free! Men are welcome as well-but it will be geared toward the Liv Women's Brand. Please RSVP as space is limited, High Sierra Bike Shop775-852-8850
Saturdays at 11am-12:3011amLiv Rides for Women will be on Saturdays-Fun easy going beginner rides thru Damonte Ranch wetlands 7-11 miles. Next one will be April 25th.High Sierra Cycling Bike Shop775-852-8850
recurring different times Procrastinating Pedalers rides http://www.pedalers.org/http://www.pedalers.org/
Saturday, May 9th, 20157am3rd Annual Motherlode Century offering 5 different ride options:28,63,77,83 & 97 mile rides. Lotus, CA530-545-0698
Saturday, May 9th8:30 amSpoker Ride offering a 10 mile, 25 mile or 50 mile course. A charitable ride benefiting JDRF -Ride to cure Diabetes.Caughlin Athletic Club775-786-1881
May 9th- May 15thWheneverBike to Work Week- is a fun challenge to get to work or school by using a bicycle as an alternative form of transportation. There are free events, perks & prizes. Just register and track your miles by going to BikeWashoe.OrgWhere you live to work or school
Saturday, May 16th8amWelcome to the 10th Annual Anderson Century Bike Ride which offers something for every level of cyclist, from the family who wants to get out and ride to the hardcore cyclist looking for their next Century.The start/finish area of this ride is located at the Anderson River Park in the city of Anderson, California (7-miles south of Redding). The Anderson & Redding area is known for it's recreation and incredible mountains that surround the valley.Anderson River Park530-917-4306
Saturday, May 23rd, 20158amArt of Survival Century in the Tulelake/Klamath Falls Region of Northern California & Southern Oregon. The ride offers a Century Ride, 40 mile Ride, and a 20 mile Ride.Tulelake-Butte Valley fairgrounds541-273-1666
Saturday, May 23rd, 20158amThe Mile High 100 Bike Ride takes place in the Lake Almanor Area, a summer recreation mecca, every Father's Day weekend for the past 34 years. The Mile High 100 offers three rides to accommodate cyclists of all abilities; a century ride, metric century ride, and half-metric century ride - all of which include lakeside views of Lake Almanor. This ride offers 4 rest stops with lots of delicious food, SAG service, unique and breathtaking views of Lake Almanor, Mount Lassen and Indian Valley, and of course fresh mountain air. As a registered rider, you will receive an event t-shirt, goody bag, post ride lunch at Chester Park; century riders also receive a catered luncheon in Taylorsville.Chester, CA
Saturday, June 20th8amTour de Manure-Sierra Valley Metric Century: Cycle the meadows and historic ranching communities in the Sierra Valley, one of the Sierra Nevada’s largest high valleys. The tour offers a 62-mile loop, a 42-mile loop, and a 30-mile out-and-back route, all supported with food, drink & SAG wagons. Sierraville Volunteer Firehouse, 102 Main Street, Sierraville
Saturday, July 18th 6:30-8:30Windmill Century - ride thru Santa Maria Valley on to the Central Coast Vineyards and the danish Village of Solvang(100 mile ride) and the Foxen Canyon Wine Trail. This ride offers 25/65/100 mile rides. Sign up quick as it only allows 500 riders. Pioneer Park, 1150 West Foster Road, Santa Maria CA
Saturday, August 2nd5:30-8amThe Summit Century is a collection of four rides of various lengths and climbing difficultiesFour significant climbs provide the meat of the rides: Mount Eddie’s shoulder, Parks Creek Summit (6,854'); up a stunning river gorge to Mumbo Summit (6,300'); through forested roads up to Castle Lake (5400'); and finally, a 14 mile climb up the heart of Mount Shasta on moderately graded (6% average) forested roads (7850').Mt Shasta City Park

DAMONTE CYCLING CLUB


The Primary Focus Of The DAMONTE CYCLING CLUB is to 
get Folks together (Guy's & Gal's) that Enjoy Riding
(Road/ MTN}
 There is NO Charge To Join The Damonte Cycling Club-Just Show Up!

            High Sierra Cycling : www.HighSierraCycling.com

 HSC& Fitness is the central location for information regarding the Damonte Cycling Club events but is Not Held Legally Responsible for Any Incidents with the Club or Accidents that might occur with the Club Activities.

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High Sierra Cycling

1141 Steamboat Parkway

Damonte Ranch Town Center
(next to Lampost Pizza and accross from Starbucks)

RENO, NV 89521

775-852-8850

Mike@HighSierraCycling.com