Edible Pedal 100 Contest

Edible Pedal 100Do you want to experience the scenic beauty of Washoe Valley, Carson Valley and beautiful South Lake Tahoe from your road bike? If so, enter to win a free ride entry for you and your guest to the 2013 Edible Pedal 100. The winner can pick the distance of their choice: 10-miles, 50-miles or 100-miles. Additionally, each person will receive a $15 gift certificate to Road ID.

Winner will receive:

  • One entry into the 2013 Edible Pedal 100 (winner can pick the distance of their choice: 10-miles, 50-miles or 100-miles) for the winner and their guest.
  • A $15 gift certificate to Road ID for each person.

Contest Ends: September 1, 2013

Only experienced cyclists are encouraged to enter to win this prize.

Prize Value:
Ride entry value depends on distance selected.
100-mile ride valued at $77
50-mile ride valued at $67
10-mile ride valued at $47
Road ID gift certificates are valued at $15 each

This promotion has ended

Rules

Edible Pedal 100

The 2013 Edible Pedal 100, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Reno Sunrise and edible Reno-Tahoe magazine, is scheduled for Sunday, September 15. The scenic century bicycle ride stages from historic Bowers Mansion in Washoe Valley, Nev., approximately 15 miles south of Reno. This scenic ride offers cyclists three routes: a leisurely 10-mile ride through picturesque Washoe Valley, which is great for families interested in experiencing an organized ride; a respectable 50-mile course, climbing 2,800 vertical feet, which includes scenic country roads through rustic western towns; and a serious 100-mile ride, climbing 6,600 vertical feet, which includes a lung-searing, thigh-burning climb up Kingsbury Grade from Carson Valley to Lake Tahoe. Ride stops include Carson City, Genoa and Gardnerville. Edible Reno-Tahoe sources food and drink from farmers, ranchers, vintners, brewers, bakers and other food artisans within our food shed. Participants will savor this mouth- watering local food at the five ride stops and post-ride barbecue.

For more information please visit: www.ediblepedal100.org.