Tahoe Games Bike Nights to wrap summer series at Lake Tahoe Golf Course
If you go
What: Tahoe Games Bike Night
When: 9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26
Where: Lake Tahoe Golf Course
Tickets: Free to attend, $15 to compete
This summer’s Tahoe Games Bike Night Series will conclude with the final races of the season Saturday, Sept. 26 at Lake Tahoe Golf Course.
The family-friendly x-country night bike races feature a custom-illuminated course through the golf course, over fairways, into the rough, through sand traps, over bridges and on the occasional cart path, according to a press release for the event. The course is approximately 3 miles per lap, with most classes riding 2 laps.
“The inaugural season of the Tahoe Games Bike Night has been a great success with nearly 100 competitors tackling last month’s challenging course,” said Leslie Schultz of On Course Events, in the release. “By splitting the races up in heats, we’ve created a fun and unique Lake Tahoe experience for racers and spectators of all ages to enjoy under a full moon!”
Tahoe Game Bike Night is free to attend, with a $15 competitors entry fee. Registration will open at 7 p.m. Saturday, and races will begin at 9 p.m.
In addition to the top 3 riders for each class, awards will be given out to the “Most Awesome” and “Best Glow.” An after-party with food and drink specials and a live DJ will keep the festivities going inside the clubhouse after the races.
Helmets and bike lights are recommended for all competitors. JetLites will also be on-site offering a limited supply of free light rentals to ensure rider safety. The course will be designed for ages 10 and up on any type of non-motorized bicycle.
For more information visit http://www.tahoegames.com or connect with Tahoe Games on Facebook or Instagram.
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