|Wednesday, March 22nd||11am-3pm||Intermediate Road Ride to Washoe Lake/ Franktown 40+ miles. Bring Food, water, CO2/Pump, extra tubes, CC/money, and make sure your bike is tuned and ready to roll!||High Sierra Cycling Bike Shop||775-852-8850 Text:530-545-1613|
|Thursday, March 23rd||11am||Intermediate Road Ride to Hidden Valley and the River Trail. Make sure your bike is tuned and ready to roll. Bring X-tra tubes, CO2/Pump and dress in layers.||High Sierra Cycling-Bike Shop||775-852-8850|
|Friday, March 24th||11am-3pm||Intermediate Road Ride to Verdi and Somerset. Bring Food, Water, X-tra Tube & CO2/Pump. Make sure your bike in tuned and ready to roll! Possible stop for lunch at Pedaler's Deli.||High Sierra Cycling||775-852-8850 or Text: 530-412-4087|
|Saturday, March 25th||10:45 set up on bike Ride starts at 11-12:30||Liv-Brand specific Adult Beginner/Intermediate Road Ride- especially for the Ladies. You will be able to test ride a New Liv Road, Liv Hybrid or Liv Comfort bike for FREE- Please RSVP-775-852-8850. Wear tennis shoes or cycling shoes and dress according to weather. We will ride thru the wetlands in Damonte Ranch(weather permitting) 7-10 miles.||High Sierra Cycling- Bike Shop||775-852-8850 or text cell: 530-545-1613|
|Sunday, March 26th||11:00 am-2pm||Intermediate Road Ride to Arrowcreek & Saddlehorn 30+ Miles- Weather Permitting- Dress in layers, bring food & water, Wear a helmet and make sure to have a Fix Kit ( Bag with Co2, pump, Tubes, patch kit, tire lever & tool)||High Sierra Cycling Bike Shop||Bike Shop: 775-852-8850 Text: 530-412-4087|
|Thursday, April 20th||6:30 - 8pm||Maintenance Clinic-for women and men to learn how to work on your own bike. Cost is Free to those that have purchased a Bike from us. Otherwise a 25.00 fee applies. Please RSVP as space is limited 775-852-8850||High Sierra Bike Shop||775-852-8850|
|recurring||different times||Procrastinating Pedalers rides||http://www.pedalers.org/||http://www.pedalers.org/|
|Saturday, May 6th||7am-9am||Tour de Lincoln- the 16th annual event to be held on Saturday, May 6th, 2017, the Tour offers four courses: The Pleasure Cruise (10 miles), The Rolling Hills (20 miles), The Country Climb (40 miles) and the Metric Century (63 miles).||McBean Park, Lincoln CA||(916) 645-6254|
|Saturday, May 20th||8am / 10:15-10:30ish||Spoker Ride- a fundraising event for JDRF (type 1 Diabetes). The routes are 10/25/62 miles. You choose a playing card at each stop and best hand wins! For those that want to run -join in for a 5K Run!||Caughlin Athletic Club||775-786-1881|
|Sunday June 4th||6-8am||The 72-mile America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride circumnavigates the highways clockwise around Lake Tahoe in both Nevada and California. It includes a challenging 800 foot climb to a rest stop overlooking Emerald Bay and a 1,000 foot climb to Spooner Junction. There are also many short rolling ascents and descents totaling over 4,024 vertical feet of elevation gain! The altitude ranges between 6,300 feet and 7,100 feet above sea level and the ride is recommended for conditioned recreational bicyclist, not for beginners. Participants must be at least 14 years of age (please, no children on bike carriers or trailers) and must be experienced in riding roadways. You also have the option to ride out to Truckee and back making the ride a full century.||Hard Rock Hotel in South Shore, Lake Tahoe||800-565-2704|
|Saturday, June 17th||8am||Tour de Manure - There are three supported routes, all beginning at the Sierraville fire station and heading east on Highway 89/49. At Sattley, the route turns north onto peaceful A23. The 62-mile version goes all the way to Highway 70, turns right and passes through Beckwourth, then, after a few miles, turns right onto A24 into the valley’s treasured cow and hawk country. The course zigzags among the Feather River headwaters before entering the town of Loyalton, where it gains a hill on an out-and-back scenic tour of Sierra Brooks before rolling over gentle terrain back to the Sierraville firehouse.||Sierraville Fire Station||530-550-5010 or 530-993-4379|
|Saturday, June 17th||6am||The Mile High 100 Bike Ride takes place in the Lake Almanor Area, a summer recreation mecca, every Father's Day weekend for the past 35 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.||Fairgrounds in Chester CA||530-258-2426|
|Saturday, July 15th||6am||Fall River (Century) Mills is nestled in a pristine northeastern California valley. The area offers many opportunities to ride in solitude with commanding views of two of California's famous volcanoes: Mt Shasta to the northwest and Lassen Peak to the south. We've planned a spectacular ride for you on a great route that capitalizes on this and other scenic wonders of the area. Again this year the pre-ride breakfast will be included in the registration fee. 200K, 100 Mile, 100K, and 25 Mile Rides available||Inter Mountain Fairgrounds in McArthurfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Sunday, September 10th||6am||Bike Big Blue provides an opportunity to cycle around 72 miles of Lake Tahoe’s shoreline, including an 800-foot climb overlooking scenic Emerald Bay and an 1,000-foot climb to Spooner Junction . The scenery is spectacular and the event offers great food and participant support stations. The 72 mile ride is recommended for conditioned recreational bicyclists, not for beginners. Participants must be at least 14 years of age (no children, please) and must be experienced in riding roadways. For the recreational bicyclist who would like to mix sightseeing and bicycling, the Boat Cruise & 35-mile Lake Tahoe Half Ride Fun Tour is offered.||Hardrock Hotel & Casino||800-565-2704|
|Sunday, September 17th 2016||6-9am depending on mileage||The Edible Pedal 100® is a fundraiser for the Rotary Club of Reno Sunrise. In cycling terms it’s a century bike ride (not a race). A century ride is typically an organized 100-mile road bike ride that includes rest stops every 15-20 miles. Edible Pedal 100® includes five ride distances: 10, 32, 50, 74 and 100 miles. Start times are staggered with the 100 milers leaving first. We have a fabulous post ride barbecue featuring locally sourced food. 74 miles (Dean's Dream) NEW! 150K (93.2 mile)||Bowers Mansion||775-393-9158|
|Saturday, October 7th||6am||Set in beautiful Lake County, the Konocti Challenge features three challenging event courses. Riders can opt for the leisurely 40 mile course that winds through the resort and vineyard sections of north Lakeport; for the more adventuresome riders, the event also offers a 65 mile course and endurance testing 100 mile course, both of which follow the north and east rim of Clear Lake and wind into the foothills of the south and west, offering breath taking views of the lake and vineyards, which are in full bloom in October.Finally, for those who just want to have a wonderful casual ride with a few friends and family we have our 20 mile family fun ride.||THE SKYLARK SHORES RESORT,||(707) 349-0815|
|Saturday, October 21st||6am||Foxy Fall in Davis, CA- Online Registration Opens June 1st, 2017. THERE WILL BE NO DAY-OF REGISTRATION We offer three distance rides: 100 Mile Full Century, 100 k metric Century, and the Flat 50 k||Veterans' Memorial Centeremail@example.com|
We will be posting rides that are organized by other Cycling organizations in California & Nevada. If you care to join the rides let us know and we'll carpool to the various events. You will need to register and pay for the event yourself. We will leave on Friday and return on Sunday if needed and plan on staying at the same hotel/campground and eating out together.
If it's a local ride we will drive or ride there same day as event like Edible Pedal, Tour de Manure, Ride for Rave and the Spoker Ride.
We will split gas money and hotel rooms and if you want to offer donation/tip/lunch that would be great!
We are not responsible for any mishaps on your ride-So Please make sure your insurance is up to date and you bring x-tra tubes, pump/CO2, sunscreen, ID and Credit Card and your bike is tuned and ready to roll.
High Sierra Cycling just wants to educate people on Riding a Bike - Which Bike is best for you, where are you riding and who are you riding with ?
There is NO Charge To Join High Sierra Group Rides but you will have to sign a waiver for insurance .
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High Sierra Cycling WILL NOT BE Not Held Legally Responsible for ANY Incidents that might Occur on our Group Rides!!
Please Make Sure You bike is tuned and ready to roll - MAKE SURE YOU ARE Up-To Date on YOUR OWN INSURANCE!
Map out Your Rides! USATF http://www.usatf.org/routes/map/