Tandems are welcome but registration fees apply to each rider.
The Edible Pedal 100® does not offer refunds for registrations. We have a strict no refunds policy. If you no show, take comfort in knowing that your funds are donated to a good cause and an over worked volunteer or really hungry rider is likely enjoying your lunch.
Friday, September 15, 2017, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM
(This is NOT the start location.)
SATURDAY (DAY BEFORE RIDE) CHECK-IN
Saturday, September 16, 2017, 1:00 PM – 5:00 PM
(This is NOT the start location.)
Pick up your registration package, jersey if you ordered one, swag bag with ride map, water bottle and other goodies. A limited quantity of the official Edible Pedal 100® jerseys t-shirts will be available for sale.
DAY OF RIDE CHECK-IN
Sunday, September 17, 2017
5:30 AM- if you arrive earlier, please bring significant caffeine.
Bowers Mansion Regional Park (THIS is the start location.)
Pick up your registration package, jersey if you ordered one, swag bag with ride map, water bottle and other goodies.
Riders must leave Bowers by the times below, leave times are firm:
- 150K (93.2 mile): 6:30-7:30 AM (must leave by 7:30 AM)
- 74 Mile: 7:30-8:30 AM (must leave by 8:30 AM)
- 50 Mile: 8:30-9:30 AM (must leave by 9:30 AM)
- 32 Mile: 9:30-10:30 AM (must leave by 10:30 AM)
- 10 Mile: 10-11 AM (must leave by 11:00 AM)
PLEASE DO NOT START THE RIDE BEFORE 6:30 AM!
All Riders MUST check-in live and in person to sign the release form.
At the historic Bowers Mansion Regional Park After your ride, enjoy the beautiful grounds and a BBQ lunch served between 12 PM and 4:30 PM. Appetizers and beer available at 11:30 AM.
Please note, there is no overnight parking at Bowers, NO DOGS allowed.
Routes will be marked with road route arrows:
- 10 mile-blue arrows
- 32 mile-tbd
- 50 mile-green arrows
- 74 mile-tbd
- 150K (93.2 mile)-orange arrows
For the directionally challenged amongst us, road signs, reader boards and marshals will be in place throughout the ride identifying turns and rest stops.
Course closes at 4:00 PM. All riders will be asked to SAG in after that.
Our tasty BBQ lunch will feature a menu based on what’s in harvest. Sure to include beef, chicken, lamb, pork, salads and more. Rest stops will be stocked with gluten free cookies, hard-boiled eggs, potatoes, fresh fruit and other refreshments. BBQ will be served 12 PM-4:30 PM. Ride accordingly.
Rest stops are provided approximately every 15 miles for all routes. Each stop is supplied with water, refreshments, rest room facilities and friendly Rotarians. Please keep your water bottle with you throughout the ride. In the interest of being eco friendly, we will have no disposable cups. A detailed route sheet with map and mileage is provided for each route, as well as road direction arrows and radio dispatched SAG support. We are honored to have members of the Washoe County Amateur Radio Emergency Services assist with complete course communications. Please say hi to the HAM radio folks as you pass through the ride stops. They will be checking off your bib number so we know you’re not out on the road somewhere. We want you to be safe and have fun.
This event is a ride not a race. Ride safely, be courteous, and obey all traffic laws. Please ride single file on all roads and stop at all stop signs.
All riders must wear an ANSI or Snell approved helmet at all times.
NO HELMET – NO RIDE.
Please watch for the University of Nevada ROTC squad, with their stellar assistance with traffic and parking, and slow down – a lot – when you start to see the road cones – as the entrance to Bower’s Mansion comes up fast. They will direct traffic so we can maximize parking. In addition to the Bowers Mansion parking lots, parking will be available at the Franktown Meadows Equestrian Facility
Even with the generous use of Franktown Meadows parking, we ask that you carpool where possible-it’s just good for the planet! If you’re coming from Reno, there is ample parking on the south end of town at the Summit Mall, Wal-Mart on Damonte or Raley’s on the Mt. Rose Hwy.
WHERE TO STAY
After you have registered for the 2017 Edible Pedal 100®, find a place to stay.
If hotels aren’t your thing – there are plenty of beautiful places to camp.
WHAT TO DO
There are lots of things to do and see in Northern Nevada – we’ve posted some links to help you plan your trip.
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