World Human Powered Speed Challenge – Battle Mountain Nevada
Human powered bicycle speed racing is a most unlikely spectator sport, and watching it isn’t easy. The instructions for spectators spell out the difficulties: limited parking and no services. Heats are conducted early each morning and late each afternoon of race week, with short intervals during the active periods to let the highway traffic through. There is no parking allowed along the road because the bikes do crash from time to time (hay bales are placed as bumpers where needed) and it’s better they don’t crash into a parked car.
There are shuttles from town, but you can’t see the whole event at once no matter where you go or how you get there.
Read all about it on the Nevadagram