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Alta Alpina Cycling Club is hosting a Carson Valley Hill Climb Feb 28, 2015

Alta Alpina Cycling Club hosting a early season

Kingsbury Hill Climb

Carson Valley Nevada, Feb 28 2015  – The Carson Valley to Daggett Summit Hill Climb.
The local non-profit cycling organization –  Alta Alpina Cycling Club, is hosting an early season climbing session on Sat, Feb 28, 2015 at 9 am.

Offered, will be five climbs up Kingsbury Pass from the Carson 
Valley side beginning at Foothill Blvd.
Climbs will be at 90 minute intervals; the first starting at 9 AM.

Drop by anytime and do as many climbs as you would like. This is not a race just  personal challenge &  this session is open to all bicyclists.
You do not have to be an AACC member, but if you should desire to join this friendly
supportive group, memberships will be available.

Photo by Nancy yu - Ride chronicals

Photo by Nancy yu – Ride chronicles

Kingsbury Grade (NV 207) is a fantastic climb with jaw dropping views of forest above and expansive Carson Valley below. Excellent pavement, safe wide shoulders, approx eight mile climb, easy steady grade of 3-6%, summit 7,334’…….
This is one of the best, safest bike routes available in Carson Valley.  The Carson Valley is also home to a robust group of cyclist that love to ride together in the region. If you are new to the area or visiting and have your bike this is a great place to meet local riders and challenge yourself on a great local Eastern Sierra and Carson Valley Ride.
To view more great photos and reviews of this ride and others in The Carson Valley check out these links:
Carson Valley & pinenut
Kingsbury to luther/ blue lakes
East fork Carson river / Silver creek
Hiking & Biking The Carson Valley

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