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Bike MS: Vegas Challenge! The 2012 ride is a 2-day ride that starts and finishes each day in downtown Las Vegas at the Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health. The spectacular building designed by renowned architect Frank Gehry, is the home of a new program for the treatment of multiple sclerosis.

Our beautiful routes take riders through areas that provide entertainment, wonderful scenic views of the surrounding Las Vegas area as well as some physical challenges along the route. In addition to our traditional century distance ride on Day 1, we’ve added two shorter, easier options including a 65 mile and 30 mile route. Day 2 also offers a 50 mile option and 30 mile option which cover less challenging terrain than Day 1 while still offering a wonderful selection of beautiful scenery.

Enjoy delicious meals and strong support, with rest stops every 15 miles and SAG vehicles. A fantastic festival awaits you on Saturday afternoon with great food, music, a beer garden, massage tent and fun games. On Sunday ride into the finish festival to celebrate your accomplishments with more festivities.

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Photo by Mathew Carbone
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888 West Bonneville Ave., Las Vegas, NV 89106

The ride is fully supported with:

  • Clearly marked, well-planned route
  • Fully stocked rest stops every 12 to 15 miles
  • SAG vehicles on all routes
  • Emergency pick-up for cyclists when necessary
  • Bike mechanics
  • Medical support
  • Traffic control at major intersections
  • Three meals each day -  breakfast at start festival, lunch on the route, and dinner at the finish festival
 

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