Escape to one of the greatest surprises in the West and a cycling experience that simply cannot be duplicated anywhere else on the planet. This charitable cycling challenge explores the absolute best of Death Valley National Park, a renown cyclist’s paradise with little car traffic, pleasant springtime weather, and unparalleled desert vistas. In springtime the average daytime high is 72-80 degrees – great cycling weather!
Climate Ride Death Valley
February 25 – March 2, 2017
Riders can choose to support any Climate Ride beneficiary.
Limited to 30 spots.
4 days cycling 250 miles of paved roads, passing spectacular salt flats, desert oases, cathedrals of red rock, and views of towering mountains like Telescope Peak at 11,000 feet.
As part of this charitable adventure it is required to fundraise at least $2,800 by February 17th, 2017 to participate in the event. Once you are registered, you are provided a personal fundraising page to begin collecting donations. Be sure to set it up and begin your fundraising push right away!
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