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April 2020

Virginia City Grand Prix

April 25, 2020 - April 26, 2020
Virginia City, 18 S C St.
Virginia City, NV 89440 United States
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The Comstock comes alive with the roar of motorcycles during the Virginia City Grand Prix, one of the largest and most competitive off road motorcycle races in the west. This annual two-day event draws more than 1,000 racers to Virginia City to battle the rough terrain for glory.  

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May 2020

Run-A-Mucca Motorcycle & Music Festival

May 22, 2020 - May 24, 2020

The 19th Annual Run-A-Mucca Motorcycle & Music Festival in Winnemucca, Nevada is sure to be our best event ever. Get ready for plenty of action with free live concerts, a $1000 Poker Run, death defying special acts, and of course, the burning bike. Buy the Run Package before April 30, 2020 and receive your Run Shirt, Run Pin, Poker Run and Poker Stagger hands plus the Run Barbecue for only $40.00. This year we will donate $5 to our local…

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June 2020

Ride Around The Rubies – Gravel Ride

June 20, 2020 @ 6:00 am - 5:00 pm
Lamoille School House, Lamoille Road
Lamoille, NV 89828 United States
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See the Ruby Mountains like you've never seen them before! Join us on the summer solstice, June 20, 2020 for the Ride Around the Rubies.  This one-day "Gravel Ride" cycling event begins and ends in scenic Lamoille, Nevada, guiding cyclists around the beautiful Ruby Mountains over their choice of a 40, 66 or full 118 mile loop on pavement, gravel and dirt roads. ​ Proceeds from this event support youth leadership development, exchange programs, local and global community improvement projects, and…

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September 2020

World Human Powered Speed Challenge – Battle Mountain Nevada

September 12, 2020 - September 19, 2020
Battle Mountain, Battle Mountain, NV United States + Google Map

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)…

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