Gratitude, Challenges and Changes – 2020

Gratitude, Challenges and Changes 

To our riders, sponsors, volunteers and supporters, the Rotary Club of Reno Sunrise would like to extend our heartfelt appreciation for nine years of community involvement producing the Edible Pedal 100®.  From the beginning we’ve been in awe at the generosity of our fellow Northern Nevadans.  This event has brought together civic groups, academic organizations, private companies and individual volunteers committed to showcasing the beauty and altruism that is Nevada! Together we have encouraged healthy lifestyle choices and put more than $300,000.00 back into the community. 

The Edible Pedal 100® has always taken place in September to celebrate the change of seasons.  Summer moves to fall.  The leaves change in a beautiful show of color to signal the end of a season and the start of new winter.  As with seasons, Northern Nevada has and is going through changes.  As with all changes, we have new opportunities, but there are also challenges.  Because of these challenges, we have decided to take a break in 2020. Unfortunately, there will not be a 2020 Edible Pedal 100® event. Time is needed to assess the road ahead. 

We are extremely grateful for your support. 
Happy trails and tailwinds!

Kerry Crawford                        Mark Kattelman
EP100 Executive Director               EP100 2019 Ride Director

Elevations for Bike Routes

Hey riders? Excited for Sunday, September 15? Before you embark on your journey, check below for the specific elevation for each bike route.


10-mile: 552′
32-mile: 1, 795′
54-mile: 2,832′
74-mile: 3, 376′
100-mile: 6, 879′

Some of the beneficiaries and what is Rotary!

Some of the beneficiaries of the ride are: Rotary Youth Exchange, Rotary Youth Leadership Awards, Rotary Middle School Leadership Program. We’ve awarded scholarships to Washoe County AACT (Academy of Art, Careers and Technology), Hug High School, Carson City High School, and Douglas High School. We support the Rotary high school speech and music contests and Virginia Palmer Elementary School. Additionally we’ve donated to Reno Bike Project, Tahoe Pyramid Bikeway, Lake Tahoe Backcountry Bike Patrol and Washoe Amateur Radio Emergency Service. 

What is Rotary? Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations and help build good will and peace in the world.

Who is Rotary Club of Reno Sunrise? We’re one of eight Rotary clubs in the Reno-Sparks area. Our membership includes an eclectic mix of 50+ business and professional leaders from a wide variety of industries and groups.