Churchill County Parks & Recreation Hosts No Hill Hundred Bike Race

  • 2021-09-13, 05:00 AM
  • Anne McMillin, PIO Churchill County
Churchill County Parks & Recreation Hosts No Hill Hundred Bike Race File photo provided by Churchill County
Registration now open for Oct. 2 event in Fallon, Nevada

Churchill County Parks & Recreation announces that registration is open for the 2021 No Hill Hundred Century Bike Tour to be held Saturday, Oct. 2 in Fallon, Nevada.

Join us for a beautiful fall day in rural Nevada for a fully supported ride along the scenic roads of Churchill County. The course is entirely flat and is a perfect ride for a great end to the season. Spend the day cycling the prehistoric Lahontan Lake bottom that is now the Desert Oasis of Nevada!

The tour has three distance options: 30-miles, 60-mile Metric, or 100-mile Century. The tour includes numerous support stops, event shirts, swag bags, in-race lunch (for Metric and Century riders), and post-event meal for all riders. There will be a raffle featuring a new Specialized SirrusX 4.0 in gloss sky blue and tarmac black, valued at $1,500, and many other prizes.

There are also many fun things to do in our community to make it a full weekend! We will be sending a welcome packet to each race participant with a list of things to do in Churchill County over the weekend, special events will include the Fall Backroads Vintage Market, Fastest Gun Alive World Championships and the DeGolyer Rough Stock Rodeo.

For more information and to register, please visit: bit.ly/CCPRNoHill

 

Anne McMillin, PIO Churchill County

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