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LVVBC North Las Vegas Century Pedal to the Medal + Win a Free Registration

LVVBC North Las Vegas Century Pedal to the Medal + Win a Free Registration
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Last year the Las Vegas Valley Bicycle Club debuted a new ride, partnering with the City of North Las Vegas:  The North Las Vegas Century.  It was well received within our local community and I heard nothing but rave reviews on the organization, support and route.  Not only was a hit with our cycling community, but the LVVBC raised over $12,000 for their supported charities.  It was a win-win for a local century ride.

This year, they’re going a step further.  They’re partnering with the City of North Las Vegas again, but adding another big charity into the mix.  The Special Olympics.  By combining forces they hope to make it a bigger and better ride, raising even more money for their charities:  Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, Special Olympics, and the newly formed Southern Nevada Bicycle Coalition.  It should be a blast!!

Here’s all the details so you can get signed up and trained for the ride.

DATE:  OCTOBER 3rd, 2015
LOCATION: Craig Ranch Regional Park Amphitheater
851 West Lone Mountain, North Las Vegas, NV


  • 30 Mile Half Metric
  • 62 Mile Metric Century
  • 100 Mile Century Ride

Riders will start and finish at the beautiful Craig Ranch Regional Park. The ride is fully supported and the route is designed to take you around the Fabulous Las Vegas Valley. Experience Sunrise Mountain, the Clark County Wetlands Park, the River Mountains, the Black Mountain area of Henderson, and the beautiful Summerlin area of west Las Vegas.

Need extra incentive?  The LVVBC is providing a complete training ride series to get you in perfect shape for the event.  The rides will assist with suggested training schedules, connect you with experienced riders, and also provide SAG support.  You can get more information on their training ride schedule at the event website here:



The organizers of the event have given 2 FREE RIDE REGISTRATIONS!  All you have to do to enter to win is post a comment below.  You can post any random thought (keeping it clean, of course.)   😉  We will pick randomly from all the entries and 2 LUCKY MEMBERS will be riding in the event for free!  Thank you LVVBC!

RULES:  You can enter 1 time/day for the entire contest period.  Winners of the contest must be able to pick up the prize. Prize is non-transferable and has no cash value.  Contest expires 9/5/15.  Winners will be picked on or around that date.



For more information on the event, please visit their website at:

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  1. I enjoyed the ride last year, and look forward to riding it again in October.

  2. Looking forward to this ride in the north pole.

  3. I’m very happy that this ride is now coordinated with the Special Olympics. It’s one of my favorite charities and I’ll be looking forward to this ride… free registration or not. Thank you for organizing this!

  4. I’d love to ride the century!

  5. would love to ride.

  6. Sounds like a great ride. Can’t wait to try it out.

  7. Last year was great and looking forward to riding it this year.

  8. I have not rode this event yet, and I would love to ride it. It will be a perfect ride before I ride my annual Ride2Recovery ride with my fellow injured vets.

  9. random

  10. A trifecta; Pancreatic Cancer Action Network, Special Olympics, and the newly formed Southern Nevada Bicycle Coalition – plus local…sounds great

  11. Looking forward to this ride!

  12. Would love to come back to Vegas to do this! Hope everyone’s doing well…

  13. I’m going to be there all the way from Rwanda! If I can do it, anyone can.

  14. I love coming down to Vegas to do bike rides.

  15. I haven’t done this ride
    Would love to!!

  16. Today I saw a kid struggling with the bags he was carrying, so I went over to help him. Then, out of nowhere, a bunch of gang bangers showed up. They apparently knew the kid and they shook my hand and were like, “Ayyy, thanks for helping out our little homie. If you ever need anything, you let us know. Ain’t nobody gonna mess with you.” Then they taught me this elaborate handshake.

    And that’s how I accidentally joined a Mexican gang.

  17. I went with them on their first training ride, great bunch of people! Fun!

  18. Already signed up. Should be a good ride!

  19. Missed this ride because of park to park last year but want to do the 62.

  20. I’ll be going regardless, not sure if 30 or 60- the summer heat has kept me from any progress on miles and climbs.

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