Days Til 2014 Ride

Limited Number of Edible Pedal 100 Jerseys for sale. Purchase yours now!Edible Pedal 100® has sold out early the last three years. Be sure to register early so you don't miss out!Celebrate 150 years of NV statehood with a 150k (93.2mi) route this year!

Share your 2014 photos with us

We would love to see your photos of this years Edible Pedal 100 and your pre Edible Pedal preparations! Post your 2014 photos to Instagram, Flickr, YouTube, Facebook, or Twitter and tag them with #RideEP100 and they will show up in our 2013 image wall. Check it out here: http://www.ediblepedal100.org/ride-feed/

The ride is on!

There is a 60% chance of rain tonight and tomorrow. We will be conducting the ride, even if it rains. Please dress appropriately.

All the Last Minute Details!

Dear EP100 peeps,

Ride Day is almost here and of course, there are some last minute details.

Coming from Reno, you can take the ‘new’ freeway, I580, to get to Bowers Mansion in Washoe Valley. Take exit 50 and follow the signs to the park. Please slow down as you approach the entrance. We’ll have lights, signs and flashing things so you can’t miss us. It will be busy with riders and cars and deer and parking attendants and who knows what else.

We have plenty of parking. Your smartly attired parking attendants will be on site and directing you. Please slow down as you approach Bowers and go where they tell you. Carpool if you can.

Pre-ride check in. Get your registration packet and very COOL goodie bag courtesy of Northern Nevada Medical Center, Haws Corp, REI, Nature’s Bakery, Kimmie Candy, REMSA and more!

Reno Cycling & Fitness
Saturday 1pm-5pm

Bowers Mansion

Rider Start Times:
100 Mile: 6:30-7:30 AM
(must leave by 7:30 AM)

50 Mile: 7:30-9:30 AM
(must leave by 9:30 AM)

10 Mile: 10-11 AM
(must leave by 11 AM)

Breakfast (but no swimming) at the pool house: COFFEE, juice, muffins, and yogurt, before sunrise. Thank you Wood-Fire Roasted Coffee, Model Dairy and Mimi’s Café.

Beer and appetizers-11:30am. Look for Great Basin Brewing, New Belgium Brewing, Silver Peak Brewery, Churchill Vineyard, Common Cider and Seven Troughs Distillery. Appetizers by the culinary arts students of Washoe AACT (Academy of Arts Careers and Technology).

BBQ-12pm-4:30pm. Say hi to our fabulous caterers: BJs Barbecue and Nothing To It.
Free drink ticket with your registration. Additional tickets are $4. These will be for sale at 11am near the Merchandise. We’ll be carding and issuing wristbands. Bring ID.

And speaking of merchandise. Our super cool jerseys ($77/$85) and t-shirts ($20) will be available at pre-ride check in and on Ride Day. Limited quantities and sizes so don’t delay.

All riders.
Please be courteous to the Franktown Rd. residents. Ride single file, share the road and let residents in and out of their driveways.
Big thanks to the Lyon County Search & Rescue, Leon Zasadny of Sierra Cyclesmith and Bicycle Ray for providing on course SAG (Support, assistance and gear) and moto marshal support.
All Ride stops are staffed with bike mechanics, culinary arts students from several high schools, HAM radio operators and very friendly Rotarians. Big shout out to REI, Velo Reno, Reno Bike Project, Scheels, Carson City High School, Douglas High School, Hug High School, AACT and Washoe ARES (Amateur Radio Emergency Services).

150km riders. This is for you!

Kingsbury Grade is closed to all traffic EXCEPT EP100 riders and residents. There is a pilot car escorting locals through the cone zone. When you get to the Summit (and you’ll know when you’re there), you must show your bib to the flagger for access through the gate. From the gate you’ll ride to Ride Stop #4 which is at the Fire Station. You must stop at the fire station and wait for the friendly Rotarian to tell you when it is safe to continue riding down the course. From here you’ll be able to ride the almost complete, newly paved course. This is a steep, fast section, please ride with caution.

We are deeply indebted and grateful to Q & D for providing the course safety infrastructure. You’ll see reader boards, cones, lights, signs, flashing barrels and a flagger on route; all designed to keep riders and volunteers safe.

And speaking of safety, did I mention slowing down as you approach the Bowers entrance?

To our friends/volunteers from NDOT and Washoe County, thank you for marking the course. Riders look for route arrows on the ground. Blue-10 mile, green-50 mile and orange 150km.

Air Quality
We’re monitoring AirNow (http://airnow.gov/index.cfm?action=airnow.local_city&zipcode=89704). If there are any changes to the ride, they will be posted on our website and emailed to you.

We are very excited to bring you the 4th Annual Edible Pedal 100®! Have a great ride and we’ll see you at the barbecue!

Online Registration Closed

Online registration is now closed. If you can purchase tickets in person at the rider checkins:

Friday, September 19, 2014, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Saturday, September 20, 2014, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM

Reno Cycling and Fitness (This is NOT the start location.)

5260 Longley Ln, Reno, NV 89511