Think of bicycles as rideable art that can just about save the world. – Grant Petersen
The century ride is an event that offers 30, 60 and 100 mile routes; starting and finishing at the Village at Squaw on September 24th. All courses are incredibly scenic, challenging terrain and not for the faint at heart. This isn’t just your everyday race. Tahoe Sierra Century benefits local high school and middle school music programs. It’s a great way to end the summer season, and take your road bike for a (long) spin before trading it in for your winter gear, skis or board. Included in every entry is a celebratory dinner from 1:30pm to 6:00pm and live music by the North Tahoe High School and North Tahoe Middle School Bands.
The ride begins in Squaw Valley, follows along the beautiful north shore of Lake Tahoe, Brockway Summit, the Tahoe Donner area, Donner Lake, Donner Summit, and finishes back in Squaw Valley. There’s still time to register before late fees apply after September 16th!
The crisp fall air is approaching — now is the time to take advantage of the breathtaking vistas at Lake Tahoe on two wheels, and support your local schools. What more could a cyclist ask for?