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High Sierra Cycling 1141 Steamboat Pkwy Suite 920 Reno, NV 89521
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Rides and Events

Damonte Cycling Club Group Rides & Events

DayStart TimeDescriptionLocationPhone
Wednesday, April 18th10:30am-2ishIntermediate Road Ride to Rhodes Road/ Andrew Lane and Washoe /Franktown back. 30+ miles. Weather permitting. Bring Food/Water/Flat Repair Kit and make sure your bike is tuned and ready to roll.High Sierra Cycling Bike Shop775-852-8850 Text:530-545-1613
Thursday, April 19th10:30am-2ishIntermediate Road Ride to Hidden Valley and the River Trail. 30+miles. Weather Permitting. Bring Food, Water, Flat Repair Kit and make sure your Bike is tuned and ready to roll. Helmets are mandatory. Possible Lunch top at Bistro Habanero. Please RSVP: Text 530-545-1613High Sierra Cycling775-852-8850
Saturday, April 21st11amShow & Go Road Ride. Bonnie will not be leading rides on Saturday & Sunday- so these rides will be determined by whoever shows along with the weather. Usually an Intermediate Ride about 20-35 miles. Bring food, water, flat repair kit, wear a helmet and make sure your bike is tuned and ready to roll. High Sierra Cycling775-852-8850
Saturday, April 21st8am/ 9am & 9:30 The Wine Valley Cycle For Sight and Rotary Ride for Veterans offers three ride courses: 15, 25 and 50 miles. There's something for every kind of cyclist. All rides are fully supported with SAG vehicles, have rest stops with food, drink, and of course a great community of fellow cyclists. It's a great way to celebrate your effort on the bike, or if not cycling, then just join the party! For 2018, we've created a new silent auction and buy-a-spot fundraiser.Justin Siena High School 4026 Maher St. Napa, CA 94558707.278.8377
Sunday, April 22nd10:30Show & Go Road Ride. Bonnie will not be leading rides on Saturday & Sunday- so these rides will be determined by whoever shows along with the weather. Usually an Intermediate Ride about 20-35 miles. Bring food, water, flat repair kit, wear a helmet and make sure your bike is tuned and ready to roll. High Sierra Cycling775-852-8850
Sunday, April 22nd7-9am45th Annual Primavera Century offering 4 different ride routes. Climb the challenging Calaveras Wall, then cycle the scenic route along Calaveras Reservoir. Ride past Livermore vineyards and wineries, and wind turbines of Altamont Pass. After lunch at a winery, it’s up and over the tree-shaded Palomares Road with a thrilling descent to Niles Canyon. Return to start for a hearty meal.Mission San Jose High School in Fremont.1-520-490-8098
Wednesday, April 25th10:30ishIntermediate Road Ride to Saddlehorn, Arrowcreek, Lone Tree and Ridgeview. Bring food, water, flat repair kit, and make sure your bike is tuned and ready to roll. Possible lunch stop at the Pedaler's Deli. High Sierra Cycling775-852-8850or Text: 530-545-1613
Sunday, April 29th 20185:30-9:30am depending on routeThe Chico Wildflower Century® is about the most fun you can have on a bike! It has even been rated as one of Bicycling Magazine's Top Ten Century rides. Come out and join us for the 37th annual Chico Wildflower, and you'll see why. Make it a weekend! Kick off your ride with our Saturday WildFest pre-ride party with rider check-in, cycling-inspired expo, Sierra Nevada beer garden, and Fork In The Road food trucks. Offering 8 different routes:Wildflower 100/65, Wildcat 125/100, Flatflower 60/30/12, Childflower 12Silverdollar Fairgrounds, Chico, CA
Saturday, May 5th10:45 am-get set up on a bike- ride leaves at 11til 12:30Beginner Road Ride to help folks learn how to ride a New Bike - one of ours - Free for the 1st time. Then we ride thru the wetlands and I'll show you how to shift and operate the bike. We learn how to ride with a group and with traffic as well. Please RSPV : 775-852-8850 or Text: 530-545-1613High Sierra Cycling Bike Shop775-852-8850 Text:530-545-1613
Thursday, May 10th6:30 - 8pmMaintenance 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 775-852-8850High Sierra Bike Shop775-852-8850
Saturday, May 19th6:30-9amRide the beautiful and historic back country of Nevada County. Nevada County was the heart of California’s gold rush. Surrounding the charming mining era towns of Grass Valley and Nevada City, you’ll ride through some of the most beautiful landscape California has to offer. Discover why the Amgen has selected to ride through Nevada County on multiple occasions. Offering 4 different Ride Options with Excellent Ride Support and a Delicious Meal, Wine & Beer afterwards. Nevada County Fair Grounds 11228 MCCOURTNEY ROAD bob.goldcountrychallenge@gmail.com
Saturday, May 26th 20187am-9amIndian Valley Century Bike Ride offers 3 different ride options: Century (100miles), Metric (65miles) and Half Metric (30miles). Food, Fruit & Juice Stops will be provided along with lunch and a shower at the end. (Please bring a towel and your own showering products)Greenville, CA (530) 284-6633
Saturday, May 26thRegistration 7:30-9/Race starts at 9-9:45Ridin High at the Ranch will be held at Susanville Ranch Park in Susanville California on May 26, 2018. This will be the 8th annual Ridin' High cross country race. The course is 93.6% single track with steep climbs and fast flowing, berm-filled decents. Course elevation starts at @4200 ft and climbs to approximately 5600 ft at the top of the park. Beautiful views from the top of the course while riding through the pines. There will be cash pay back to the Men's and Women's Pro classes. 1st Place $75, 2nd Place $45, 3rd Place $30. Medals and prizes for all other classes. There will be a free kids race again this year. The kids course is approximately 1.5 miles around the Ranch Park meadow. Meadowview Dr, Susanville, CA530-249-0797
Sunday, June 3rd 20186am-8amSunday, June 3, 2018. Bike the West and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society invite you to participate in the 27th annual America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride, one of the most scenic and awe-inspiring rides(around Lake Tahoe) you will ever experience. Spectacular scenery, clean mountain air, great food and full support by experienced ride organizers make this ride a ‘must do’ for any avid recreational bicyclist.Hard Rock Hotel & Casino(775) 588-1010
Saturday, June 16th 20187am-8:30amMile High 100 June 16 | $55 - $75 The Mile High 100 is a beautiful century, metric century, and half metric century event in its 36th year, located in beautiful Plumas County, CA. Always on the Saturday of Father's Day weekend, it's a perfect family event or a day of escape out on the bike. Start and finish are in Chester, with routes taking in the majestic views of the Warner Valley, Lake Almanor basin, and Indian Valley101 Meadowbrook Loop, Chester, CA 530-258-2562
Saturday, June 16th8am-9amCome on and celebrate with us on June 16 in Sierra Valley at the 10th Annual Tour de Manure Metric Century! We are so excited to mark 10 years with you. We'll have the beautiful course through ranchlands and bird country, along with our friendly Turn Cowboys, the band (Michael Hogan & the Simpletones), the food (you've got it -- smoked tri tip, grilled chicken, vegetarian beans, salad, etc.), and the brews (beer by The Brewing Lair, of course)! Put us on your calendar and start training up. You can do the 30-mile course, the 42-mile route, or the "big daddy" 60-mile course for $60 ($70 after June 10) and $30 for kids under 12.Sierraville Firehouse, 102 Main Street, Laura@ReadWriteShoot.com
Saturday, September 8th6am-8amThe 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 Mammoth800.MAMMOTH
Sunday, September 9th 6am-8amThe 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 Tahoe1-800-565-2704
Sunday, September 16th6:30am-10amEdible 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 6th6amThe 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 20th6am-8amDavis 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 95616https://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/

Organized Rides in California & Nevada

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.

DAMONTE CYCLING CLUB

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!

                           Website: www.HighSierraCycling.com
                            E-mail  Mike@HighSierraCycling.com 

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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