The highly anticipated Mile High 100 bike ride, sponsored by the Almanor Recreation and Park District, is back, marking the event’s 40th anniversary. Cyclists and participants can look forward to exploring the great outdoors of Lake Almanor, coupled with views of snow-packed Lassen Peak.
The Mile High 100 offers three routes. Riders can choose from distances of 33, 68, or 100 miles. The metric century and entire century rides will take riders on new routes that venture east to Lassen County via Highway 147 and County Road A-21, including a brand-new rest stop at the historic Walker Mansion in Westwood.
There will be fully-stocked rest stops, dedicated rider support, and a catered lunch for riders. At completion, as is tradition, each rider will be presented with a commemorative T-shirt to celebrate their accomplishment.
The Mile High 100 registration is now open and can be completed at the official event website, www.milehigh100.com. Online registration will close on June 10th. For further inquiries or more information, interested individuals can email at [email protected] or by calling (530) 258-2562.
As one of the Almanor Recreation and Park District’s premier fundraising events, the Mile High 100 generates crucial funds for District programs, events, and capital improvement projects. With a strong emphasis on enhancing recreation, parks, and trails within the community, all proceeds from the event will support these initiatives.