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The No Hill Hundred Century Bike Tour
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The No Hill Hundred
Century Road Bike Tour

Our tour is broken down into a 30 mile, a 60 mile, and a 100 mile tour, which accommodates all types of riders. This ride is fully supported and we have several stops, event shirts, gift bags, lunch (for metric and century riders), post event meal at 12 noon for all riders.

This ride is hosted by Fallon`s local bike club "Churchill County Cyclist" and the local Parks and Recreation department. This ride is unique in the aspect that it lives up to it’s name, there are no hills and it is a perfect ride for beginners and a great ride to close out the Century season for veteran riders. Spend the day cycling the prehistoric Lahontan Lake bottom that is now the Desert Oasis of Nevada.

2014 Date: (October 4, 2014)

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ON EVENTBRITE.COM


2014 is the 12th Anniversary of the event. 

We will have special jerseys, shirts and other swag commemorating the event.

 2014 Event Jersey
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All riders start and finish at the Churchill County Fairgrounds located at 325 Sheckler Road, with check-in & departure begining at 7am and ending at 8:30am.


The routes are not difficult and riders will travel over mostly rural county roads. The terrain is flat!
ALL RIDERS MUST FOLLOW THE RULES OF THE ROAD, SINGLE FILE RIDING IS A MUST!


(THIS YEAR`S GRAND PRIZE) *We will be Raffling off a BRAND NEW “2014 Specialized Model Bicycle” to be supplied by Reno Sierra Cyclesmith & Churchill County Cyclists (Worth $1,800). Other raffle prizes include bike goodies,a Churchill County Cyclists Club jersey, and many more great prizes. Tickets are only $5 each.  Need not be present to win.

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Click Here For Lodging 
Discounted Loding available ($TBA per night) at - Fallon Comfort Inn (775) 423-5554 mention (L-No Hill) or camp at the Churchill County Fairgrounds, both within 2 miles of County Fairgrounds.

Safety Requirements: Hard shell or ANSI/SNELL approved helmet. Recommended equipment – bicycle in good operating condition, tools, patch kit, spare bike tube and hand pump, 2 water bottles, clothing appropriate for the weather, extra snacks, sunscreen, and pain reliever. Churchill County Search and Rescue will provide SAG support. All riders will need to check in at the registration table to be accounted for at the end of the tour. There will be a number of rest stops with water, snacks, and restrooms for riders.

Click Here for an Entry Form

Click Here for Event Flyer

Click Here for Course Map 

Click Here for 30 Mile Route 

Click Here for 60 Mile Route 

Click Here for 100 Mile Route