High Sierra Fall Century Bike Ride, California

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High Sierra Fall Century Bike Ride

The High Sierra Fall Century Bike ride held in September near Mammoth Lakes, California covers 100 miles of Mountain country virtually uninterrupted by traffic stops. The ride takes the cyclist past the beautiful Mono Lake and mountain skylines of the Eastern Sierras. Short courses are options for the less ardent cyclist. Read More

  • The High Sierra Fall Century Bike ride starts at the Whitmore Ball Fields
  • An early September event
  • Riding along the beautiful Mammoth Mountain and San Jaoquin Ridge

Overview: The High Sierra Fall Century Bike Ride can be a beautiful and enjoyable cycling adventure in September in the Sierras of Eastern California.

When: An early September day ride. This year it takes place September 9th, 2017.

Where: Whitmore Ball Fields south of Mammoth Lakes

Fees: Entry fees vary. Free for the public to watch

Details: The High Sierra Fall Century Bike ride starts at the Whitmore Ball Fields just east of US Highway 395, south of Mammoth Lakes. California. The beautiful Mammoth Mountain and San Joaquin Ridge offer the first breathtaking scenery of the ride.

Next, the ride rises to Deadman Summit and then a short descent to June Lake Junction. After many more scenic views, the course races downhill to the east side of Crowley Lake and a magical view of the Sierras before returning to the Whitmore Ball Fields. The ride is a high country ride so plan for the altitude by staying at least one day before riding.

Weather can be unpredictable, so be prepared for all types of weather.

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