RTC Viva Bike Vegas 2010
Fabulous Las Vegas is calling all cycling enthusiasts to join the Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) as we host RTC Viva Bike Vegas 2010. The event features several rides varying in length to accommodate riders of all ages and abilities, including a 115-mile century ride, a 50-mile half-century ride, and a 23-mile course. The event will traverse the Las Vegas valley, and cyclists will travel along routes showcasing the beautiful scenery and stunning vistas of Southern Nevada. In addition, 115-mile Century riders will enjoy a one-of-a-kind route that features a historic ride across the new Hoover Dam Bridge, before it’s open to vehicular traffic.
Activities for children and families will also be available as they wait to greet returning cyclists. All registered riders will receive a T-shirt, swag bags, and lunch. T-shirts and lunch will also be available for purchase for friends and family. Proceeds will benefit Nevada Cancer Institute and the Greater Las Vegas Chapter of the After-School All-Stars.
When: Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010
THIS EVENT HAS PASSED
Where: RTC Administration Building, 600 S. Grand Central Parkway, Las Vegas, NV 89106
Cost: $65 - $85
Age limit: All ages
Event posted Aug. 5, 2010
Last updated Aug. 5, 2010
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