Schedule of Events

More than just a ride, a weekend of fun enjoying the Sierra.

Below is the 2017 schedule of events for the weekend. 2018 will be similar, details coming.

Friday Night Picnic June 1st

  • Location: Start/Finish Line at Lake Davis 
  • Onsite registration & check in: 3:00 pm - 7:00 pm
  • Activities: 
  • Snacks and beverages:
    • Snacks for registered riders/racers - courtesy of Victory Velo from Auburm, CA:
      • These are free finger foods/snacks for registered racers/riders and volunteers
    • Be sure to bring your own food if you want to fuel up with more than finger foods
    • Food for friends and family – should bring their own
    • Beer available for all - 5:00pm to 7:30pm
      • Beer at check-in
        • $5.00 per beer – all beer proceeds go to trails too!
        • Registered riders/racers get a ticket for a beverage
        • Volunteers get a ticket for a beverage

Saturday June 2nd

  • Breakfast on your own
  • Registration & check in: 6:00am to 8:00am (@ 100 mile riders) and 6:30am to 9:00am (@ 60/30 mile riders)
  • Ride start times: 
    • 8:30 am - @ 100 mile Pro Men, Pro Women and Singlespeed
    • 8:35 am - @ 100 mile amateur riders
    • 9:30 am - @ 60 mile riders
    • 9:35 am - @ 30 mile riders
  • Non-riders out having fun at Lake Davis – anytime
     
  • Post ride recovery time at Coot Bay: 12:00pm to 5:00pm
    • Lost and Found Marketplace open at noon
    • Awards ceremony around 1:00pm
    • Donation drawings during awards ceremony – all ticket sales also go to trails!
    • Post ride meal
      • Registered rider participants – free
      • Volunteers 

         free 
      • Non-riders attendees – $15 per person - pre-buy at Eventbrite - see "Additional Meal - non-racer" choice 
    • Beer available for all - 2:00pm to 6:00pm  
      • Beer at check-in
        • $5.00 per beer – all beer proceeds go to trails too!
        • Registered riders/racers get a ticket for a beverage
        • Volunteers get a ticket for a beverage 
           
  • Dinner and Smores on your own OR
     
  • Portola Post Ride Party! 5pm
    New this year, a Saturday night party in Portola with food, beer, live music, and dancing - the way we like to do it!
    • Camping in Portola - 200 in-town camping spots available, $15/day includes showers -
      Reserve them now while you can!

      Consider camping onsite at Portola City Park for convenient partying opportunities.
    • 100-Mile Ride Awards Ceremony
      Will be held in town this year to celebrate the victors in style beginning around 6 pm.
      Awards for the 45 and 65 mile races will still be held at Lake Davis.
    • Live Music!
      Jelly Bread will be playing a 90min set on stage in Portola City Park after 100-mile awards.
    • Delicious Food
      Local food vendors will be onsite
    • Adult Beverage Garden
      Rather than offering just one beer brand, this year we will feature 8-10 local vendors with wine, cider and beer to include Brewing Lair, Dunn Vineyards, Brewer's Cabinet, Stone Brewing Co., and Auburn Alehouse. And more breweries are coming on-board soon.
    • Shuttle Service to Lake Davis Campgrounds
      For those who already have a camping spot at Lake Davis, the
      Plumas Rural Services team will provide free transportation (donations accepted) from Lake Davis to Portola
      beginning at 5:30pm with the last shuttle back to Lake Davis leaves at 10:30pm from Portola City Park. 
    • Kids Race
      There will be a kid's evening race around the park. This is a fun race just for the kids to have some fun
      on their bikes too.

Sunday June 3th

  • Breakfast and lunch on your own (Portola is hosting a pancake breakfast!)
  • More fun at Lake Davis
    • Hiking, biking, fishing, paddling, sitting in a chair recovering peacefully
    • Rest sore legs
    • Attend to sunburns for those who didn’t use sunscreen on Saturday
  • Eventually pack-up your crap and roll out of there or stay longer
    • Note: Squatting rights do not apply – as nice as it is, you can’t live at the lake people