3rd Annual Park to Park Pedal - Extreme 100
Saturday, October 12, 2013
Saturday October 12th marks the 3rd annual Park to Park Pedal – Extreme Nevada 100. Register early; there is only room for 250 riders. The $60 registration fee includes a T-shirt, food & beverages, technical and SAG support, and a Dutch oven dinner after the ride. Early registration closes on August 31, and after that date the price increases to $70.
What Riders are saying about the Ride . . .
“…a first class ride! Loved It!”
“This ride ranks at the top for me.”
“Well stocked rest stops, outstanding support, and the most friendly volunteers!”
“One of the most wonderful, awesome, rides I’ve done.”
“The rangers and the volunteers all treated us like family.”
“See you next year.”
2013 JERSEYS ARE LOOKING GOOD!
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The Park to Park Pedal-Extreme Nevada 100 Bicycle Tour includes three routes for riders of all levels:
103 Mile Extreme • 60 Mile Double Jack • 40 Mile Helix
Enjoy the miles of scenic beauty as you ride along Nevada's first Scenic Byway, Highway 93. Peddle past the 1920’s mission-style depot in the railroad town of Caliente and through the historic mining town of Pioche. Tour through four of Nevada’s scenic State Parks: Kershaw-Ryan, Cathedral Gorge, Spring Valley and Echo Canyon. Take in the breathtaking view of Meadow Valley as you coast down the hill from Pioche on your way back to Kershaw-Ryan for a mouthwatering Dutch oven feast.
103 Mile Extreme
This ride is the most challenging with approximately 5600 ft of climbing; you pedal through 4 state parks, 2 old west towns, and up Pioche Hill. Since you went uphill on the way most the return is downhill!
CLICK HERE for a 103 Mile Extreme Map
CLICK HERE for a 103 Mile Extreme Elevation Chart
60 Mile Double Jack
A more moderate challenge, this ride does include Pioche Hill which is approximately 1400 ft of climb in about 10 miles. Once you hit the old mining town of Pioche it is all downhill from there! You see 2 state parks and 2 old west towns along the way.
CLICK HERE for a 60 Mile Double Jack Map
CLICK HERE for a 60 Mile Double Jack Elevation Chart
40 Mile Helix
For those of you who are looking for a shorter ride without extreme hill climbs this is for you! This ride takes you to Cathedral Gorge State Park in Panaca, ending just before Pioche Hill. You see 2 state parks and the old railroad town of Caliente.
CLICK HERE for a 40 Mile Helix Map
CLICK HERE for a 40 Mile Helix Elevation Chart
Schedule of Events
Packet Pickup, Check-in, and Late Registration
Friday Night Check-In: October 11, 2013
5:30 PM - 7:00 PM at Kershaw-Ryan State Park
Riders for all courses may pick-up packets at this time. If you have not yet registered, in person registration is available on a first come, first served basis for available registration spots. Clothing and merchandise will also be available.
Saturday Morning (Day Of) Check-In: October 12th
7:00 AM – 8:30 AM at Kershaw-Ryan State Park
Riders for all courses may pick-up packet at this time. If you have not yet registered, in person registration will be available on a first come, first served basis for available registration spots.
Continental Breakfast is served before the ride.
Day Of Registration ONLY if spots are available. No guarantee on gifts or sizes for”Day of” entries.
Start—Finish: Kershaw-Ryan State Park, situated in colorful Rainbow Canyon, Caliente, Nevada
7:30 AM—8:00 AM: 103 mile (Extreme Course) Start
8:00 AM 8:30 AM: 60 mile (Double Jack Course) Start
8:30 AM 9:00 AM: 40 mile (Helix Course) Start
11:30 AM-1:30 PM Lunch
Extreme Course Riders eat at Spring Valley State Park
Double Jack and Helix Course Riders eat at Kershaw-Ryan State Park
3:30 PM – 6 PM Dutch Oven Dinner! Kershaw-Ryan State Park
Relax around the campfire while feasting on a delicious Dutch oven dinner; dinner is served around 6 p.m.
6:00 PM Course Closed
All aid stations closed and signs removed.
Rest stops with a great selection of food and beverages are offered at Cathedral Gorge State Park, Miller Point scenic overlook, Pioche, Echo Canyon, and Spring Valley (lunch). For the 40 and 60 mile riders the lunch stop is back at Kershaw-Ryan. Drop bags are available at the first three rest stops if you chose to discard clothing. First aid and technical support are provided at rest stops and on the course. And SAG support just in case!
Where to Stay
Bed and Breakfast
(check each community on this website for places to stay)
Volunteers are needed for this event!
We need help:
1. Signing in riders Friday night and Saturday morning.
2. Manning our rest stops. Hand out snacks and water.
3. Sag Wagon drivers, people with vans or trucks, are needed to haul riders and their bikes.
4. Made and handed out lunches.
5. Cook and serve dinner.
To volunteer contact: Dawn Andone at 775.728.4460 or email@example.com
For more information:
Call 1.877.870.3003 or 775.728.4460
or email firstname.lastname@example.org
This exciting event is brought to you by the Division of Nevada State Parks in cooperation with the
Lincoln Communities Action Team (LCAT).