In conjunction with Nevada’s Bike to Work Week (5/16-5/20) and the League of American Bicyclists’ National Bike Month, the Nevada Division of State Parks is waiving entrance fees for bicyclists coming into any Nevada State Park the weekend of May 21 and 22, 2011. For full article link, click on title above.
2011 National Bike to Work week is May 16-20th!
There are lots of local ways to participate in this ‘go green’ initiative. Bike to Work / School Week is all about awareness and health. In Northern Nevada we have several local sponsors and there are prizes being offered for joining in the fun!
Bike to Work/ School Week is a healthy and cheap alternative to driving. Depending on your commute, this could be a change that can become a daily routine! Even better, get the kids involved in biking to school by teaching them the basics in safety and setting a healthy pace.
For more information on local prizes and events for Bike Week, click on the links below.
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Edible Pedal 100 is excited to announce that we just secured our first rest stop for the ride. Trimmer Outpost is a beautiful facility in historic Genoa, Nev., nestled at the base of the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada in captivating Carson Valley. The restored late-1800s house and barn, large yard, and small arena is perfect for events such as ours! Riders will stop off for food + drink and can lounge on the grassy knoll. While there, be sure to check out the sweet shop filled with Nevada Made products.
The latest addition to the Edible Pedal 100™! We now have a donation page for all those who are interested in supporting our cause, but are unable to ride in the event! Although we would really love to have you “Ride With Us!”
Saturday, April 16th, the Procrastinating Pedalers will be holding a Prelude to Edible Pedal 100, 50 mile bike ride. They will be leaving Bowers Mansion at 9:30 am. They will ride to Genoa and back. Bring your bike and bring your camera! Come out and support the Procrastinating Pedalers and the Edible Pedal 100!
To find out more about the Procrastinating Pedalers, go to their website.