Events Calendar

Horses Wild Joker Run & Duathlon @ Barnes Canyon Trailhead
Sep 28 @ 8:00 am – 6:00 pm

Barnes Canyon Trailhead – 8 miles out of Caliente, Nv
Saturday, September 28th, 2019 – 8am Start

30k Trail Duathlon – Lap 1, Bike 16k – Lap 2, Run 14k
28k Trail Run – Run 14k each lap
Enter as Solo (individual) or a Team Relay (2 person teams only).

Standard Registration

30k Trail Duathlon or 28k Run Solo $65
30k Trail Duathlon or 28k Run Relay $45 – per entrant (2 person team)*
*Team members will sign up individually but must enter the same team name during registration.
*Register by Sept 4th to guarantee a custom race hat!

Online registration closes 9/26/19 at midnight*
Race Day registration 5:30-7am, $70 Solo, Relay $50 per entrant**
*Online registration will be available till Sept 26th at midnight.

**Race Day registration will be available one hour prior to race start only, entry will increase by $5 and no guarantee of race event hat.

The 30k duathlon will be mountain bike the first lap, 10.1 miles (16k), then run the second lap, 8.75 miles (14k). Participants can enter the 30k Trail Duathlon as an individual, compete in it solo, or with a teammate, relay. Maximum number of participants for each team is 2. *Sign up individually but must fill in the same team name!

For the 28k Trail Run, the running course is again slightly different than the bike course and will also be 2 laps, each lap approximately 8.75 miles (14k x 2 = 28k).


Each participant will receive:

A Custom Race Event Trucker Hat
A Custom Race Event Finishers Medal
Food and Drinks before, throughout, and after race.
Awards to the Top 3 Overall Finishers in each category
30k Trail Duathlon Solo
30k Trail Duathlon Relay
28k Trail Run Solo
28k Trail run Relay.
Bib Number placed in Raffle Can for a chance at some Raffle Prizes.
*Register by Sept 4th to guarantee a custom race hat!
*Poker Run
*The course will have designated spots to collect poker chips for your Poker enjoyment. Collect 5 different colored poker chips allow each course (bike and runners course) and each lap for your hand at winning the Poker Run challenge, no additional fee, just something fun added to the event. An example would be, if you compete as a solo, then you collect 5 poker chips for lap 1 for poker hand #1, then collect 5 again for hand #2. Two chances at winning! If competing as a relay, each teammate will collect their own poker chips for their own poker hand.

Lodging, Course map, Race guide, and any other additional information is on Rocky Road Adventures website,

Join us for this funfilled challenging event, register now!!

Park to Park Pedal-Extreme Nevada 100 @ Kershaw-Ryan State Park
Oct 12 @ 7:00 am – 6:00 pm

The Park to Park Pedal-Extreme Nevada 100 Bicycle Tour includes three routes for riders of all levels:

  • 100 Mile Extreme
  • 60 Mile Double Jack
  • 40 Mile Helix

Enjoy the miles of scenic beauty as you ride along Nevada’s first Scenic Byway, Highway 93. Peddle past the 1920’s mission-style depot in the railroad town of Caliente and through the historic mining town of Pioche. Tour through four of Nevada’s scenic State Parks: Kershaw-Ryan, Cathedral Gorge, Spring Valley and Echo Canyon. Take in the breathtaking view of Meadow Valley as you coast down the hill from Pioche on your way back to Kershaw-Ryan for a mouthwatering Dutch oven feast.

100 Mile Extreme
This ride is the most challenging with approximately 5600 ft of climbing; you pedal through four state parks, two old west towns, and up Pioche Hill. Since you went uphill on the way most the return is downhill!

60 Mile Double Jack
A more moderate challenge, this ride does include Pioche Hill which is approximately 1400 ft of climb in about 10 miles. Once you hit the old mining town of Pioche it is all downhill from there! You see two state parks and two old west towns along the way.

40 Mile Helix
For those of you who are looking for a shorter ride WITHOUT extreme hill climbs this is for you! This ride takes you to Cathedral Gorge State Park in Panaca, ending just before Pioche Hill. You see two state parks and the old railroad town of Caliente.



Schedule of Events

Packet Pickup, Check-in, and Late Registration
Friday Night Check-In: October 12, 2018
4:00 PM – 6:00 PM at Kershaw-Ryan State Park

Riders for all courses may pick-up packets at this time. If you have not yet registered, in person registration is available on a first come, first served basis for available registration spots. Clothing and merchandise will also be available.
Saturday Morning (Day Of) Check-In: October 13, 2018
7:00 AM – 8:00 AM at Kershaw-Ryan State Park

Riders for all courses may pick-up packet at this time. If you have not yet registered, in person registration will be available on a first come, first served basis for available registration spots.
Continental Breakfast is served before the ride.

Day of Registration: ONLY if spots are available. No guarantee on gifts or sizes for”Day of” entries.

Course Schedule
Start—Finish: Kershaw-Ryan State Park, situated in colorful Rainbow Canyon, Caliente, Nevada
7:30 AM—7:45 AM: 100 mile Extreme Start
7:45 AM 8:00 AM: 60 mile Double Jack Start
8:15 AM 8:30 AM: 40 mile Helix Start
11:30 AM-1:30 PM Lunch
Extreme Course Riders eat at Spring Valley State Park
Double Jack and Helix Course Riders eat at Kershaw-Ryan State Park
3:30 PM – 6 PM Dutch Oven Dinner! Kershaw-Ryan State Park
Relax around the campfire while feasting on a delicious Dutch oven dinner.
6:00 PM Course Closed
All aid stations closed and signs removed.



Rest stops with a great selection of food and beverages are offered at Cathedral Gorge State Park, Miller Point scenic overlook, Pioche, Echo Canyon, and Spring Valley (lunch). For the 40 and 60 mile riders the lunch stop is back at Kershaw-Ryan.

Drop bags are available at the first three rest stops if you chose to discard clothing. First aid and technical support are provided at rest stops and on the course. And SAG support just in case!

Where to Stay

Camp in one of the four State Parks: Kershaw-Ryan, Cathedral Gorge, Echo Canyon, or Spring Valley
Motels: Caliente and Pioche
Bed and Breakfast: Panaca

Battle Born 3.6 mi Trail Run @ Cathedral Gorge State Park
Oct 26 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm

Join Us on October 26th, 2019 for the 2nd Annual Battle Born 3.6 mile trail run in observation of Nevada Day.
Nevada (meaning “snow-capped mountains”) became a state on October 31st, 1864.

This trail run is 3.6 miles for the 36th state into the Union and will be held on the trail courses at Cathedral Gorge State Park. Great scenery and views of the state park and Panaca valley.

Race entry includes custom race medal, choice of entry with or without custom race shirt, prize to top 3 overall winners, aid stations and finishing line with food and water.

The course will be held on the dirt trails at Cathedral Gorge. Course will be marked and is a bit challenging with the stairs to climb to Miller’s Point.

The race will be October 26th at 8am. Cost of entry is $45 with a custom race shirt (register by Oct 1st for a guaranteed shirt and/or preferred size. Entry without shirt $35, online registration closes Oct 25th at noon. *There will be a $5 fee per vehicle state park fee, please pile in one car if you can to save money.

**Refunds are not allowed for this race.**

Custom Finisher Medals to every finishing registered participant.
Custom Race Shirt to every registered participant that registered for race event w/shirt.
Prize to Top 3 Overall Winners of Race.
Aid Station and Finish line food and drinks.