Regional Road Bike Tours and Century Rides (Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Arizona, Colorado, Wyoming)

2017 Regional (ID, WY, MT, NV, CO, AZ ) Road Bike Touring Event Calendar

June 3, 2017 — Buena Vista Bicycle Festival, Buena Vista, CO, Scenic and easy to challenging routes 35, 50, 62 and 97 mile ride options in Beautiful Arkansas River Valley at the Feet of 14,000 Ft Mounts Princeton, Harvard and Yale. Exceptionally well supported with afternoon party and band., Tim Lopez, 719-594-5655, 719-622-0439, [email protected], Aaron Rosenthal, 719-594-5655, [email protected], Chris Quoyeser, 719-398-9257, [email protected], bvbf.org

June 3, 2017 — Palisade Gran Fondo, Palisade, CO, Fully supported Gran Fondothrough the famous orchards and vineyards of western colorado and the rugged Reeder and Purdy Mesas. 40 and 68 mile options., Jennifer Sliney, 970-819-1101, 510-910-1608, [email protected], palisadegranfondo.com, palisadecoc.com/co/palisadegranfondo

June 3-4, 2017 — Tour of the Swan River Valley West, Missoula, MT, TOSRV – a two-day, 226 mile, challenging bicycle tour through western Montana’s most scenic areas. It was established in 1970 as a recreational and social event rather than a race. Missoula-Seeley Lake-Big Fork-Flathead Lake-Missoula, Tim Marchant, [email protected], missoulabike.org/hillclimb

June 4, 2017 — America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride – Lake Tahoe, Stateline, NV, 26th annual, in conjunction with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Team in Training program. Fully supported with rest stops, Tech support and SAG. 100 mile century, 72 miles, boat cruise, and 35 mile fun ride., Curtis Fong, 800-565-2704, 775-771-3246, [email protected], bikethewest.com, bikeandskitahoe.com

June 4, 2017 — Subaru Elephant Rock Cycling Festival, Castle Rock, CO, The unofficial start to the Colorado cycling season. You will not want to miss the excitement and camaraderie of the 30th pilgrimage to Castle Rock for the Rocky Mountain region’s premier cycling festival. Whether you are 6 or 60, prefer to ride on the road or dirt, there is a course for cyclists of all abilities. All of the rides start and finish at the Douglas County Fair Grounds. Stick around for the party at the Rock post-ride picnic and cycling expo., Mike Heaston, 303-635-2815, [email protected], Scott Olmsted, 303-282-9015, [email protected], elephantrockride.com, emgcolorado.com/wordpress/?page_id=10

June 10, 2017 — Fremont Area Road Tour (FART), Lander, WY, 13 to 100 mile options, includes breakfast, bbq, t-shirt and bottle, in conjunction with Brew Fest, Nyssa , [email protected], Tony Ferlisi, [email protected], landercycling.org

June 10, 2017 — Lemhi Valley Century Ride, Salmon, ID, 100 miles or 100 kms through the picturesque Lemhi River Valley., Marla Hunteman, 208-303-0106, [email protected], lemhivalleycenturyride.weebly.com/

June 12-July 6, 2017 — Great Alaska Highway Ride, Dawson Creek, BC, AK, Ride the full length of the notorious Al-Can Highway from Dawson Creek BC to Delta Junction Alaska. A fully supported camping and cycling adventure, with a few motel nights., Tom Sheehan, 352-353-8712, [email protected], [email protected]y-bike-tour

June 16-20, 2017 — Cycle The Sierra, Grass Valley, CA, This fully supported, five-day journey takes riders on a 300-mile loop through the Lake Tahoe area. The ride features beautiful mountain scenery, live music each night, delicious catered food, a beer and wine garden, massage and much more., Mark Reiner, 530-320-1625, [email protected], cyclethesierra.com

June 17, 2017 — Spinderella, Pocatello, ID, Ladies-only ride featuring five scenic routes, from 10 to 100 miles. Roll-out begins at 6:00 am at Ross Park in Pocatello, ID., DaNae Young, 208-221-9300, [email protected], spinderellaride.com

June 17, 2017 — The Great Owyhee Ride Against Hunger, Ontario, OR, 50 mile, 62.5 miles, or 100 miles, experience all that Scenic Rural Oregon has to offer! Start:Historic Train Depot in Downtown Ontario, tour through the rustic country side, experience the majesty of the High Desert landscape, and make your way towards the stately Owyhee Dam before circling back towards town., Kurt Holzer, 208-890-3118, [email protected], Kevin Goade, 208-739-1545, [email protected], greatowyheeride.com

June 17, 2017 — Mountain Top Experience Ride Century and Half-Century, Florissant, CO, Over 10,000 feet of elevation gain starting at 8,000 feet in elevation. The century ride thats you through Cripple Creek and Victor Colorado, the 75 mile route still has 6,000 feet of climbing and is more laid back with rolling hills. The 50 mile route is still a lot of climbing and the 30 mile and 18 mile out and backs are for the less challenging routes. Free Lunch, Free massages, Free Commemorative patch, and the best ice cream cones you can emagine at the finish line. All well supported, on paved county roads. Packets will be mailed 10 days before the event to all preregistered riders. Florissant Grange Hall, 2009 County Rd 30 Florissant, CO 80816, Deborah Maresca, 719-689-3435, [email protected], mountaintopcyclingclub.com

June 18-24, 2017 — Bicycle Tour of Colorado, Various, CO, 23rd annual 7 day fully supported bicycle tour in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Registration includes camping areas, baggage transportation, route maps, road markings, fruit and water stations with restrooms every 20-30 miles, Colorado State Patrol, bicycle repair services, SAG vehicles, and medical support along the route. Premium upgrades such as parking, bike box storage, catered meals, and hotels are also available for additional fees., Alisha Powell, 303-985-1180, [email protected], bicycletourcolorado.com

June 24, 2017 — RATPOD (Ride Around the Pioneers in One Day), Dillon, MT, RATPOD is a 130-mile one-day charity ride for Camp Make-A-Dream (a cost free cancer camp). The ride takes place in the beautiful Big Hole Valley of SW Montana., Courtney Imhoff, 406-549-5987, [email protected], ratpod.org, campdream.org

June 24, 2017 — Bike for Kids Idaho Falls, Idaho Falls, ID, Kids Crit Series, family ride, and 5K run., Kristy Mickelsen, 208-522-1205, 208-680-9397, [email protected], bikeforkidsidaho.com

June 24, 2017 — Holly Frontier Tour de Prairie, Cheyenne, WY, Course heads west out of Cheyenne along Happy Jack Road – WYO 210, past Curt Gowdy State Park and through Medicine Bow National Forest, to the Lincoln Memorial at the I-80 Rest Area. 3,000ft of elevation gain. Courses ranging from 10-100 miles, start at Lions Park, road course only., Jim Wollenburg, 307-637-6423, [email protected], cheyennecity.org

June 24, 2017 — Bingham County Idaho Relay for Life, Kellogg, ID, Ride on the trail of the Coeur d’Alenes from the Walmart parking lot in Smelterville to the trailhead in Plummer and back. Distance is 101 miles. Food will be provided along the way. Limited sag will be available. Cars are not permitted on the trail. Support can only go the trailheads. Course is flat, the only real climb is the 5 miles before Plummer, this is about a 3% grade. Shorter routes will be available, if desired. Each rider is asked to donate $50 to the American Cancer Society., Sharon and Steve O’Brien, 208-317-8375, 208-681-3602, [email protected], friendsofcdatrails.org

June 24, 2017 — Ride for Hope, Kuna, ID, 3rd annual Ride for Hope put on to help give HIV/poverty-stricken kids in India hope for a better life. Fully supported with a catered, freshly cooked meal provided by Deli George. Ride through the scenic Snake River Valley and West Heritage Byway to help give poverty-stricken kids in India hope for a better life. 18.6, 31.2, 66.2 mile options with an inaugural century being considered., Margo Riggs, 208-608-2527, [email protected], rideforhope.net

June 24-30, 2017 — Mavic Haute Route Rockies – Colorado Spring Stage, Colorado Springs, CO, The inaugural Mavic Haute Route Rockies will become the fourth leg in amateur cycling’s first global series of multi-day events. In the spirit of tackling the highest, steepest, most renowned terrain, Colorado’s unique mountain scenery and rich cycling culture will be showcased to spectacular effect by these inaugural Rockies venues. The event will conclude its final stage in Colorado Springs with riders taking in the scenic Garden of the Gods., The Sports Corp , 719-634-7333, [email protected], Doug Martin, 719-634-7333 Ext 1010, [email protected], hauteroute.org/events/stages/mavic-rockies-2017

July 1-2, 2017 — Gran Fondo Kootenai, Libby, MT, A two-day, point-to-point, chip-timed fondo featuring fully supported riding through the spectacular landscapes of Montana’s remote northwest corner. Located on National Forest Scenic Byways, our routes take in the stately Cabinet Mountains, serene Lake Koocanusa, and the legendary Yaak Valley. Proceeds benefit charities in Libby, Eureka, and Troy, Montana., John Weyhrich, 406-241-2829, [email protected], gfkootenai.com

July 8, 2017 — Goldilocks Boise, Goldilocks Bike Ride, Eagle, ID, Fully supported, non-competitive, women only bike ride. Beautiful route, yummy food, pretty t-shirt, good lookin’ Papa Bears., Dani Lassiter, 801-635-9422, [email protected], goldilocks.events/gid/info

July 8-9, 2017 — The Triple Bypass, Evergreen, CO, This challenging ride is over 120 miles with 10,000’ of climbing and travels over 3 beautiful mountain passes from Evergreen to Avon, CO., Jennifer Barbour, 303-503-4616, [email protected], Nat Ross, 970-390-9730, [email protected], triplebypass.org

July 9-21, 2017 — B.E.A.R.S. – Bicycling the Extraordinary Alaskan Roads, Anchorage, AK, Explore a variety of Alaskan landscapes, from Denali to Prince William Sound. Fully supported trip with both camping and great food., Tom Sheehan, 352-353-8712, [email protected], pedalerspubandgrille.com/alaska-bicycle-tours-bears-cycling-tour

July 13-15, 2017 — Yellowstone/Grand Teton Series, Salt Lake Randonneurs Brevet Series, Ashton, ID, Self Supported 600km or 1000km ride (375- or 620-mile) with overnight gear drops. Goes into Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. A brevet is a timed ultra distance event., Richard Stum, 435-462-2266, [email protected], saltlakerandos.org

July 15, 2017 — Pepsi Cola Taylor House Benefit Century Ride, Flagstaff, AZ, Benefit ride in the high-altitude cool pines of Northern Arizona. There are 32, 50, 63, and 100 mile route options., Anthony Quintile, 928-779-5969, [email protected], Ashley Hammarstrom, 877-527-5291, [email protected], absolutebikes.net/taylor

July 16-21, 2017 — Tour de Wyoming, Cheyenne, WY, 21th Annual. Start and end in Cheyenne, Wyoming with overnight stays in Wheatland, Rock River, Saratoge (two nights), and Laramie. The route goes over four mountain passes and covers more than 400 miles., Amber Travky, 307-742-5840 , [email protected], cyclewyoming.org, tourdewyoming.org

July 22-29, 2017 — Oregon Bicycle Ride, Sisters, OR, Tour of northwest Oregon. Crosses the mouth of the Columbia River, visits sites famed by Lewis and Clark, includes ferry back into Oregon, and rides through northwest forests and countryside. Cyclists will have time to tour wineries, play at Ride Oregon’s oldest week-long tour! Join 300 riders as we explore the classic Oregon Cascades routes: McKenzie Pass, the Aufderheide, Cascades Lakes Hwy, you’ll even have a chance to ride the Crater Lake Rim Road! Fully supported, with legendary food and amenities., Sanna Phinney, 541-382-2633, 541-410-1031, [email protected], bicycleridesnw.org

July 22, 2017 — Cycle Magic Valley, Yes, Twin Falls, ID, A 12, 30, 62, or 100 mile bicycle ride for all levels. There is a family friendly 12 mile route that takes you out to Meander Point. The 30 mile route heads out west, north of Filer. The metric century route takes you down into Melon Valley and the challenging century route takes you down into Melon Valley, Hagerman, out to the windmills and back! The ride is fully supported with a barbecue at the finish line. Tech t-shirts for all participants., Denise Alexander, [email protected], mavtec.org/race/cruisin-magic-valley/

July 26-August 6, 2017 — Klondike Gold, Fairbanks, AK, Travel from Fairbanks back in time to cycle the route of the Klondike Gold Rush, in reverse from historic Dawson City, Yukon to Skagway, Alaska. Fully supported camping tour with a few nights in motels., Tom Sheehan, 352-353-8712, [email protected], [email protected]

July 29, 2017 — Cascade 4-Summit Challenge, Cascade, ID, This beautiful ride is over 90 miles (or any lesser distance as chosen by the participant) through the West Central mountains of Idaho. Ride any of 1-4 summits! The ride begins at the American Legion Hall in downtown Cascade,proceeds north down Main Street, turns right/east onto Warm Lake Road and then turns left/north onto South Fork Road, which is CLOSED to vehicular traffic. The route then proceeds along the South Fork of the Salmon River until the turn around point at Reed Ranch and then returns along the same outbound route. Money raised by the 4 Summit Challenge will support various charitable and bicycle oriented community projects within the Cascade area. Ride support will be handled by George’s Cycles of Boise, and the delicious post ride beef brisket meal, beer garden and music will be hosted by the local Cascade community., Mike Cooley, 208-343-3782, [email protected], 4summitchallenge.com, gcorsaevents.com

August 5-12, 2017 — Ride Idaho, Ketchum, Sun Valley, ID, 7-Day fully supported, noncompetitive roadbike tour with SAG support, mechanics, showers, beer garden, entertainment, 400 miles of spectacular scenery. Tent and Porter Service available. Ketchum/ Sun Valley to Salmon, Arco, Stanley., Earl Grief, 208-890-4434, 208-830-9564, [email protected], rideidaho.org

August 5, 2017 — Sawtooth Century Tour, Sun Valley, ID, Benefit for the Wood River Bicycle Coalition. Road bike tour from Ketchum to Alturas Lake and back. 50 or 100 mile tour options. Aid stations along the way., Brett Stevenson, 208-720-8336, [email protected], woodriverbike.org

August 5, 2017 — Gran Fondo Taos-Mora-Angel Fire, Taos, NM, 7:00 am start. 105 , 84, or 46 miles. Five aid stations. Beautiful scenery. Ride for fun, ride for time; all riders welcome! Proceeds from this event will go to the Taos Sports Alliance, whose goal is bringing more sporting opportunities to Taos County youth. Start/finish for all three distances is at the Taos Youth and Family Center, 407 Paseo del Canon East, Taos NM, 87571., Jennifer Buntz , 505-306-1443, [email protected], taossportsalliance.com, dukecitywheelmen.org

August 5, 2017 — Copper Triangle Alpine Classic, Copper Mountain, CO, 12th Annual. The Copper Triangle has long been considered one of Colorado’s classic alpine road rides. Graced with breathtaking scenery, gorgeous roads and three challenging climbs, the ride exemplifies cycling in the Colorado Rockies. The course is 78 miles, with an elevation gain of almost 6,000 feet over three mountain passes., Mike Heaston, 303-635-2815, [email protected], Scott Olmsted, [email protected], coppertriangle.com, emgcolorado.com/wordpress/?page_id=10

August 5-12, 2017 — Idaho Bicycle Ride, Hailey, ID, Enjoy a week of sublime scenery, full support and legendary food, exploring some of Idaho’s wildest territory. Join 300 riders in Challis, Salmon, Stanley and other small towns in beautiful places, following the Wild & Scenic Salmon River for days., Sanna Phinney, 541-382-2633, 541-410-1031, [email protected], bicycleridesnw.org

August 12, 2017 — HeART of Idaho Century Ride, Idaho Falls, ID, 25, 62, and 100 mile options. Entry fees cover entry, t-shirts, fully stocked rest stops, and post ride BBQ. Route is flat to rolling, easy to moderate difficulty. Benefit for the Art Museum of Eastern Idaho., Miyai Griggs, 208-524-7777, 208-766-6485, [email protected], theartmuseum.org/Century.htm

August 12, 2017 — Le Tour de Koocanusa, Libby, MT, Fully supported 83 or 44 mile bike ride which tours the breathtaking shoreline of Lake Koocanusa. Ride finishes with a Blues Festival Finale. Fundraiser for Search & Rescue. Starts at 8 am., Dejon Raines, 406-291-3635, [email protected], Pam Boyke, 406-293-3556, [email protected], letourdekoocanusa.com

August 12-13, 2017 — Bike MS – Wyoming’s Bighorn Country Classic, Bike MS, Sheridan, WY, Alexis Johnson, 303-698-5403, [email protected], Molly Palmer, 307-433-8664, [email protected], bikemswyoming.org

August 12, 2017 — Tour of the Valley, Grand Junction, CO, The Tour is not a race; we encourage you to set your own pace and enjoy beautiful Western Colorado. Options include a 100 or 50 mile ride over the Colorado National Monument, a 75 mile route or a family friendly 30 mile route all followed by live music, local beer, and delicious food! Start and finish at the Community Hospital located at 2351 G Road (just west of Canyon View Park)., Morgan Taylor, 970-644-3491, [email protected], [email protected]ur_of_the_Valley.cfm

August 12, 2017 — Pedal For Patients, Fruitland, ID, The ride starts and ends at Saint Alphonsus Fruitland Health Plaza in Fruitland, Idaho. 910 NW 16th St. Lunch, rest stops, and sag wagons will be provided along with plenty of food. 100, 68, 40, or 20 mile ride options. Avid racers and family friendly., Ken Hart, 541-881-7295, [email protected], pedalforpatients.com

August 12, 2017 — The Broadmoor Pikes Peak Cycling Hill Climb, Colorado Springs, CO, The Broadmoor Pikes Peak Cycling Hill Climb Gran Fondo features a non-competitive fun ride that gives cyclists of all abilities a truly unique experience on Pikes Peak. It will be held in conjunction with the inaugural USA Cycling Hill Climb National Championships, Saturday, August 12, 2017. Created in 2010, this year marks the 8th consecutive year of The Broadmoor Pikes Peak Cycling Hill Climb, an annual event of the Colorado Springs Sports Corporation. This event attracts the top cyclists and recreational cyclists from across the nation and around the world., The Sports Corp , 719-634-7333, [email protected], Jeff Mosher, 719-634-7333 Ext 1005, [email protected], coloradospringssports.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=329&Itemid=292

August 19, 2017 — Four Peaks Gran Fondo, Pocatello, ID, One Day: 82 miles, Four Peaks: 7800ft total elevation gain. Climb the 4 peaks of the Portneuf Valley; Crystal, Scout Mountain, Pebble Creek, Buckskin. The hill climb portions are timed with timing chips. Downhill portions are not timed. Cumulative climb times will be combined to determine rank., Katie Loveday, 208-232-8996, [email protected], 4PGF.com

August 20-September 8, 2017 — Yellowstone National Park Bike Tour, Belgrade, MT, Aug 2025; Aug 27-Sep1; Aug 27-Sep1; Sep 308 Experience the world’s first national park! Tour includes 5 nights of lodging, 6 days of meals, guide service, entrance fees, daily lunch en route, energy food, liquid refreshments, shuttles, and mechanical support., John Humphries, 970-728-5891, [email protected], Travis Tucker, 970-728-5891, [email protected], lizardheadcyclingguides.com

September 9, 2017 — Race the Rails, Ely, NV, Race the train in Ely! Fun for the whole family! Race a coal fired steam engine that is over 100 years old. The event will accommodate both road and mountain bike riders of all ages., Meg Rhoades, 775-289-3720, 800-496-9350, [email protected], www.elynevada.net

September 9, 2017 — American Diabetes Association’s Tour de Cure, Parker, CO, Tour de Cure is an incredible experience for cyclists, runners, walkers, and extreme ninjas! All routes end back at the Salisbury Park Festival where community members are invited to join in the fun. If you have diabetes you are the VIP of the day. Route options of 5K Walk/Run, 20K Ride, 50K Ride, 100K Ride, 100 Mile Century Ride, and Xtreme Obstacle Course, Brandi Miller, 720-855-1102 x7023, [email protected], diabetes.org/coloradotourdecure

September 10, 2017 — Tour de Tahoe – Bike Big Blue, Lake Tahoe, NV, 15th Annual ride around Lake Tahoe’s 72 mile Shoreline with the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International. This ride is also a Memorial Nine-Eleven ride. Fully supported with rest stops, tech support and SAG. 72 miles, 4300 ft vertical gain. Boat cruise and 35 mile fun ride., Curtis Fong, 800-565-2704, 775-771-3246, [email protected], bikethewest.com

September 10-29, 2017 — Santa Fe Trail Bicycle Trek, Santa Fe, NM, 21st Year. Camping Trip. Ride all or part of the Santa Fe Trail (approx. 1100 miles) on paved public roads only. All gear carried by truck. After the first four days, riders can leave the group at any place along the route., Willard Chilcott, 505-982-1282, [email protected], SantaFeTrailBicycleTrek.com

September 15-16, 2017 — Grind de Galena, Pocatello, ID, 110 miles, 2 day group ride, Katie Loveday, 208-232-8996, [email protected], barriessports.com/2017-grind-de-galena.html

September 16, 2017 — Tour de Vineyards, Palisade, CO, Come join this 25-mile ride through Colorado’s Wine County just prior to the Colorado Mountain Winefest., Scott , [email protected], Amanda Knutson, 515-681-6036, [email protected], tourdevineyards.com

September 16, 2017 — Idaho Poker Ride Pedal for Paws and Claws, Boise, ID, A Benefit Ride for: Idaho Horse Rescue, SNIP, Audrey Pet Foundation, Helping Hand Fund, Lactic Acid Cycling, The BYRDS Youth cycling. Starts and ends at MWI Animal Health 3041 W. Pasadena Dr. in Boise. 4 route choices, 15, 30, 63, 100 miles. Lots of prizes! Fabulous swag bag! Fully Supported! All routes take off at 8:00 AM, Robyn Knoelk, 208-871-0951, [email protected], pedalforpawsandclaws.org

September 17, 2017 — Edible Pedal 100, Carson City, NV, 10 mile, 50 mile and Nevada 150K ride options, Start: Bowers Mansion Regional Park, Washoe Valley, NV. Challenging course, fully equipped ride stops, SAG, water bottle, maps, post ride BBQ, priceless views, camaraderie and an unbeatable sense of accomplishment., Don Iddings, 775-393-9158, [email protected], ediblepedal100.org

September 23, 2017 — Mountains to the Desert Bike Ride, Telluride, CO, 14th Annual Mountains to the Desert Bike Ride, From the high mountains of Telluride, cyclists descend past hillsides of quaking aspens along a route that passes through millions of years of geologic record, ultimately finding themselves at the base of striated sandstone cliffs reaching up to 1,000 feet overhead and onwards to the beautiful desert landscape of Gateway. Mileage options: 70, 100 & 130. This ride benefits the Just For Kids Foundation, Todd Hageman, 435-414-1942, [email protected], Lara Young, 970-708-1105, , m2dbikeride.com

September 23, 2017 — Royal Gorge Century, Canon City, CO, 100 mile, 62.5 mile, and 50 k Bike rides and community beer festival, Gordon Eckstrom, [email protected], bikesandbrews.org

September 24-30, 2017 — OATBRAN, Lake Tahoe, NV, 26th annual One Awesome Tour Bike Ride Across Nevada! Silver celebration of Riding Across Nevada, following the Legendary Pony Express Trail on U.S. Hwy. 50. 5 days of riding, 420 miles from Lake Tahoe to Great Basin National Park. Fully Supported motel style tour., Curtis Fong, 800-565-2704, 775-771-3246, [email protected], bikethewest.com

September 30, 2017 — ICON Eyecare Tour of the Moon, Grand Junction, CO, 6th Anniversary Metric Century or Classic 41 mile loop over the beautiful canyons of the Colorado National Monument made famous by the Coors Classic and American Flyer movie., Mike Heaston, 303-635-2815, [email protected], Scott Olmsted, 303-282-9015, [email protected], tourofthemoon.com, emgcolorado.com/wordpress/?page_id=10

October 2-7, 2017 — Ride with Jan Ullrich, San Francisco, CA, 6-Days of Cycling up Mt. Tamalpais, Meyers Grand Road, down through Dry Creek Valley, and Napa Valley with cycling legend Jan Ullrich. Tour includes riding The Jens Voigt Gran Fondo with Jan and Jens and superb lodging throughout., John Humphries, 970-728-5891, [email protected], lizardheadcyclingguides.com

October 7, 2017 — Goldilocks Vegas, Goldilocks Bike Ride, Las Vegas, NV, The only women exclusive ride event in Nevada. Cyclists can choose from a 20, 40, 60, 80, and 100 mile ride all featuring downhill, flat, and rolling terrain in Red Rock Canyon., Dani Lassiter, 801-635-9422, [email protected], goldilocksride.com/events/glv

October 7, 2017 — No Hill Hundred Century Bike Tour, Fallon, NV, 30 mile, 60 mile, and 100 mile tour, fully supported. Event swag, gift bags, lunch (for metric and century riders), post event BBQ at noon for all riders. Check in and start 7:00-8:30 am, Churchill County Fairgrounds., Danny Gleich, 775-423-7733, [email protected], churchillcounty.org/parksnrec/index.php?ctr=152, churchillcountycyclists.com

October 7, 2017 — Santa Fe Gourmet Classic, Santa Fe, NM, Join us on a 62 mile ride from Santa Fe,NM through surrounding hills while enjoying the fall colors of the beautiful Sangre de Cristo mountains. Begin in Santa Fe with a hot breakfast then gourmet lunch at the Allan Houser Sculpture Gardens. Admire the art of the renowned Apache artist while savoring a catered lunch. This is a high altitude ride at 7000 feet with several climbs. A fun ride all about food and friends., Kathleen Davis, 505-795-3286, 408-499-0775, [email protected], santafegourmetclassic.com

October 8, 2017 — West Yellowstone Old Faithful Cycling Tour, Tentative, West Yellowstone, MT, West Yellowstone to Old Faithful and back, 60 miles past golden aspen, bugling elk, majestic bison, gurgling geysers, and steaming hot pots, supported ride., Moira Dow, 406-646-7701, [email protected], cycleyellowstone.com

October 14, 2017 — Park to Park Pedal Extreme Nevada 100, Caliente, NV, Road bike starting at Kershaw-Tyan and takes peddlers through the towns of Caliente and Pioche, and through three other state parks: Cathedral Gorge, Echo Canyon, and Spring Valley and back to Kershaw-Ryan State Park. 3 rides available: 100, 60 and 40 mile options. A Dutch oven dinner will be provided afterwards., Dawn Andone, 775-728-4460, [email protected], Jonathan Brunes, 775-726-3564, [email protected], parktoparkpedal.com/, lincolncountynevada.com/exploring/biking/park-to-park-pedal/

October 14, 2017 — Gila Monster Gran Fondue Fondo, Silver City, NM, With four distances to choose from, everyone can find their challenge. Gran Fondo 103 miles, Gough Park, Silver City 8:00am. Medio Fondo 70 miles, Gough Park, Silver City 8:00am. Micro Fondo 50 miles, Hi-Spot, HWY 152 8:30am. Nano Fondo 32 miles, Camp Thunderbird, HWY 35 8:30am., Jack Brennan, 575-590-2612, [email protected], tourofthegila.com

October 14, 2017 — Death Valley Century, , Death Valley, CA, 50 and 100 mile options. Entry includes chip timing; fully stocked checkpoints along the route with water and a great selection of food and snacks; roving SAG support; tech tee and finish line award. Start at The Ranch at Furnace Creek Resort., Deborah Bowling, 818-889-2453, [email protected], planetultra.com

October 28, 2017 — Bike MS Las Vegas, Bike MS, Las Vegas, NV, Fundraiser for the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Fully supported. Start/Finish Location: Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health – Cleveland Clinic, 30, 50, or 100 miles, Rest Stops approximately every 15 miles, Joe Grubbs, 310-481-1134, [email protected], Angela Van Brackle, 702-736-7272, 855-372-1331, [email protected], bikeMSvegas.org, bikems.org

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