|Wednesday, June 27th||9am||Carla's Ride- Intermediate Road Ride to Manzanita, Dant, Pioneer, Caughlin Ranch, Mayberry to Hunter Lake then River Trail and back.40+ miles Bring food, water, flat repair kit, wear a helmet and make sure your bike is tuned and ready to roll.||High Sierra Cycling||775-852-8850 Text 530-545-1613|
|Thursday, June 28th||9am||Intermediate Road Ride to Hidden Valley & the River Trail- 35miles. Bring food, water, flat repair kit, and make sure your bike is tuned and ready to roll. Possible lunch at the Pedalers Deli.||High Sierra Cycling||775-852-8850or Text: 530-545-1613|
|Friday, June 22nd||9am||Intermediate Road Ride to Saddlehorn, Arrowcreek, Lone Tree, Kinney Lane & Ridgeview. Bring Food, Water Flat Repair kit and make sure your bike is tuned and ready to roll. Possible Lunch at Pedaler's Deli.||High Sierra Cycling||775-852-8850 Text 530-545-1613|
|Every Saturday||11-12:30||Beginner Road Ride thru the wetlands 8-12miles. Make sure your bike is tuned and ready to roll - bring a flat repair kit, food and water and wear a helmet. If you are in the market for a new bike -you are welcome to test ride one of ours for free. Just bring an ID and Credit Card.||High Sierra Cycling Bike Shop||775-852-8850 Text:530-545-1613|
|Sunday, June 24th||9am||Intermediate Road Ride to Virginia City and back -25miles Bring tubes, CO2/Pump, dress in layers and wear a Helmets.||High Sierra Bike Shop||775-852-8850 /Text: 530-545-1613|
|Thursday, June 28th||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|
|Saturday, May 30th||8am||Ride the New Veteran's Connector from Damonte Ranch to Sparks and back. Meet at High Sierra Cycling at 7:45-ride starts at 8am.||High Sierra Cycling||775-852-8850|
|Saturday, July 21st||7am-8am||Fall River 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. Modified Routes, Better Pavement! The century and double metric routes have been changed slightly to take advantage of newly widened and rebuilt Highway 299. On the fairgrounds Friday 5:00pm 'till dark, this event will showcase local farm products like beer, beef and wild rice. Also present will be artists of the area to display their surprising creations. Live music is provided at no extra charge! Beer is a farm product, isn't it?||Ingram Hall • 44218 A Street McArthur, CA firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Saturday, September 8th||6am-8am||The Mammoth Gran Fondo was chosen as a top-ten century bike ride by Bicycling Magazine for its "jaw-dropping vistas". Situated to the east and south of Yosemite National Park the Mammoth Gran Fondo takes riders through the High Sierra with views of the Sierra Nevada Range, Mono Lake and the White Mountains. The serene 102 mile route includes good pavement, very few stop signs and minimal traffic. Give it a try and test yourself against your friends and the mountains. Route options include the 102 mile Gran Fondo, 70 mile Medio, and 42 mile Piccolo.||The Village at Mammoth||800.MAMMOTH|
|Sunday, September 9th||6am-8am||The 72-mile Tour de Tahoe – Bike Big Blue course 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 4024 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 bicyclists, not for beginners. Participants must be at least 14 years of age (no children, please) and must be experienced in riding roadways. Bike the West is pleased to bring back the Boat Cruise – 35 Mile ride to offer a unique and shorter ride distance. There are limited spots for this ride option. Please check online registration details the first week in February 2018.||Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Lake Tahoe on Highway 50, Stateline, South Lake Tahoe||1-800-565-2704|
|Sunday, September 16th||6:30am-10am||Edible Pedal 100-Century road bike ride, fundraiser by the Rotary Club of Reno- offering 5 different rides:10, 32, 50, 74 miles and Nevada 150K. Registration fee includes: Challenging course, fully equipped ride stops, SAG, water bottle, maps, post ride BBQ ticket, priceless views, camaraderie and an unbeatable sense of accomplishment.||-Bowers Mansion: 4005 Old Highway 395||775 393-9158|
|Saturday, October 6th||6am||The 28th Annual Konocti Challenge Century is a beast!! With over 5500 feet of vertical climb with a couple 13%+ grades, your legs will be burning! Never fear though, there are 3 other rides to choose from - 40 mile, 65 mile and the 20 mile Fun Ride. The 65 and 100 mile routes both give you the opportunity to ride AROUND the largest natural lake in California breathing the cleanest air in the state. Ride through pastoral vineyards, towering pine trees, mountain roads, rural pastures, beautiful lake views - all on one ride! First class rest-stops are located at strategic points and here's something unique - the stops are all manned by local non-profit organizations competing for YOUR vote and their share of $8,000 in prize money! So you just never know what crazy theme you may be met with at the next stop! The end of ride greets you with the most succulent chicken and steak BBQ right on the shore of the lake. All included in the cost of registration.||SKYLARK SHORES RESORT 1120 North Main Street Lakeport CA 95453||7073490815|
|Saturday, October 20th||6am-8am||Davis Bike Club extends this invitation to ride and enjoy our premier late-season cycling event – Foxy’s Fall Century. Often described as the ideal first century ride, it offers challenges, distances, and scenery for riders of all levels. Always the 3rd Saturday in October.||Veterans’ Memorial Center 203 E 14th St Davis, CA 95616||https://davisbikeclub.org/membership/contact-us/?your-recipient=Foxy%27s%20Fall%20Century|
|recurring||different times||Procrastinating Pedalers rides||http://www.pedalers.org/||http://www.pedalers.org/|
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 .
High Sierra Cycling : www.HighSierraCycling.com
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/