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Apr
5
Fri
High Performance Driving School @ Spring Mountain Motorsports
Apr 5 – Apr 7 all-day

Channel your need for speed on the racetrack at Spring Mountain Motorsports. Audi Club Southern California Chapter is hosting a 3-day event where drivers can develop their skills with one-on-one coaching from an experienced crew. If you’re a car enthusiast or just need an adrenaline rush, then this is the experience for you.  Starts at 5 p.m.
       Details: Student registration fee is $575, registration end March 29,2019. For more details, please visit www.motorsportreg.com.
 

Apr
12
Fri
Best In The Desert – NV 200 Trail Ride @ Agua Caliente RV Park
Apr 12 – Apr 14 all-day

2019 will mark the 35th Annual Motion Pro Nevada “200” Trailride. The ride is April 12-14, 2019, in Caliente, Nevada and hosted by Best in the Desert, Harden Offroad, Trac-On and sponsored by Motion Pro.

This year marks not only the 35th year for the Nevada “200” but also 35 years in business for our title sponsor Motion Pro. You could say we have double the reasons to celebrate this year’s event. We’ve both come a long way in the past three decades and you could say that both organizations have a lot in common. Both were founded by passionate and experienced off-roaders, both understand the sport and what real riders are looking for like no other, both are committed to highest quality in everything they do and both have consistently given back to the sport at every opportunity.

After three decades the Nevada “200” offers the most fun and fellowship found anywhere in the sport of off-road motorcycle riding.  We want you to ride with us now while we still can! Be there for the American Beta Welcome Party on Friday. Come bench race with some of the biggest names, legends, and personalities in the sport.

Don’t miss out on the World Famous Easter Egg Hunt and Nevada “200” Awards Dinner and Roast on Saturday. Enjoy over 200 Miles of Epic Single and Two Track Trails, the best anywhere to be found!

2019 Registration now OPEN and Online! Here is the Link to Online Registration Form https://harden-offroad.com/2019-nevada-200-trailride

BITD 200 A Rides BITD 200 C Rides

BITD 200 C Rides

Apr
13
Sat
Horses Wild Joker Run & Duathlon @ Caliente, NV
Apr 13 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

♠ WHERE & WHEN ♠
Barnes Canyon Trailhead – 8 miles out of Caliente, Nv
Saturday, April 13th, 2019 – 8am Start

♦ DISTANCES ♦
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).

♣ PRICING ♣
Early Bird Registration

30k Trail Duathlon or 28k Run Solo $70
30k Trail Duathlon or 28k Run Relay $55 – per entrant (2 person team)*
*Team members will sign up individually but must enter the same team name during registration.

Price increase dates:

2/1/19 – Solo $80, Relay $65 per entrant
3/23/19 – Solo $90, Relay $75 per entrant
Online registration closes 4/11/19 at midnight*
Race Day registration 5:30-7am, $95 Solo, Relay $80 per entrant**
*Online registration will be available till April 11th 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.

♥ COURSE ♥
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 then the bike course and will also be 2 laps, each lap approximately 8.75 miles (14k x 2 = 28k).

♦ AWARDS ♦

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.
*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, www.rockyroadadventuresnv.com.

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

Horses Wild Joker Run & Duathlon
Apr 13 @ 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

♠ WHERE & WHEN ♠
Barnes Canyon Trailhead – 8 miles out of Caliente, Nv
Saturday, April 13th, 2019 – 8am Start

♦ DISTANCES ♦
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).

♣ PRICING ♣
Early Bird Registration

30k Trail Duathlon or 28k Run Solo $70
30k Trail Duathlon or 28k Run Relay $55 – per entrant (2 person team)*
*Team members will sign up individually but must enter the same team name during registration.

Price increase dates:

2/1/19 – Solo $80, Relay $65 per entrant
3/23/19 – Solo $90, Relay $75 per entrant
Online registration closes 4/11/19 at midnight*
Race Day registration 5:30-7am, $95 Solo, Relay $80 per entrant**
*Online registration will be available till April 11th 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.

♥ COURSE ♥
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 then the bike course and will also be 2 laps, each lap approximately 8.75 miles (14k x 2 = 28k).

♦ AWARDS ♦

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.
*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, www.rockyroadadventuresnv.com.

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

Art & Sol Festival @ Petrack Park
Apr 13 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Get inspired at the 20th Annual Art & Sol Festival hosted by the Pahrump Art Council. Artists and craftsman will display their best work, while meeting with collectors and networking. Attendees can browse, meet the artists and craftsman, and purchase any piece of work they are drawn to. This festival is the perfect time to bring out your creative side.
For more details, please call 775-751-6776

Red Rock Ramblers @ Thompson's Opera House
Apr 13 @ 2:00 pm
This is a return of a 4 piece Bluegrass band from Vegas that was so well liked last year.  The fiddle player who is most outstanding just lites those strings on fire. Again there will be snacks and drinks before the show for donation.

Apr
14
Sun
Scotty’s Castle Flood Recovery Walking Tours @ Grapevine Ranger Station
Apr 14 @ 9:30 am – 3:00 pm

The National Park Service and the Death Valley Natural History Association are pleased to offer walking tours of the Scotty’s Castle Grounds. This unique tour allows visitors to take a first-hand look at the ongoing recovery efforts since the October 2015 flood. Fees collected from this tour will be used to help with preservation work at this historic district.

Walking tours are scheduled Sundays at 9:30 am and 1:00 pm, December 2, 2018 – April 14, 2019. $25 per person, plus ticketing fee. Space is limited to 13 participants per tour. Tickets must be purchased online here in advance to attend.

Tour Details:

  • Duration: 2 hours from pick up to drop off.
  • Accessibility: approximately a 2 hour walk over uneven surfaces. Not suitable for those with difficulty standing or walking
  • Effort: Moderate
  • For safety reasons, children under 6 years of age are not allowed on the walking tour

Know Before You Go: Group will travel together by van to the Scotty’s Castle Grounds (Approximate 3 miles from meetup location). Flash photography and videotaping are allowed. Visitors are encouraged to bring water, snacks, sturdy closed-toe shoes, a hat, sunscreen, and insect repellent for biting gnats. Visitors are required to stay with the park ranger at all times. Portable toilets are located at the grounds, but you are encouraged to use flush toilets before arriving. Please carry out your own trash.

Directions: At tour time, meet the ranger-guide at the Grapevine Ranger Station in the north end of Death Valley National Park. From Furnace Creek, drive 17 miles west on CA-190, then 33 miles north on North Highway. Drive time is 1 hour from Furnace Creek.

**Please note: No access to Grapevine Ranger Station from the north. Scotty’s Castle Road between Grapevine Ranger Station and NV-267 is closed.

 

Apr
18
Thu
Extension Gardener Program @ 1561 East Calvada Boulevard (Calvada and Dandelion Rd)
Apr 18 @ 9:00 am – Apr 19 @ 3:00 pm

If you’ve always wanted to get your Master Gardener certification, here is your stepping stone. This 4-day course will cover subjects such as: soils, compost, irrigation, plant propagation, cultivation vegetables, tree planting and pruning and much more. Cultivate your future as a gardener with this fun course.

Thursday, April 18, 2019 – Friday, April 19, 2019 and Thursday, April 25, 2019 –  Friday, April 26, 2019

$50 will include books, publications and class materials. For more details, please call 702-257-5501.

Apr
19
Fri
Tinker Classic Mountain Bike Race @ Spicer Ranch
Apr 19 – Apr 21 all-day

What is the Tinker Classic? Think Leadville meets Burning Man. You will get all the hospitality that a small town can muster up. Beatty and the Spicer Ranch  pull out all the stops to welcome the Tinker Classic Participants for a full weekend of racing and biking fun.

Spicer Ranch is a 120 Acre private ranch with green grass , large cottonwood tree and fresh water ponds where you can swim. The venue has indoor and outdoor showers, and tent Camping or RV spots for those who want to stay close to the action.

The scene includes a host of food vendors serving up great grub and beer.  Live music will fill the air for 2 days from the main stage. The awards ceremony will include a fireworks show. Then fire barrels will come out and guests can enjoy the crisp air under the perfect desert night sky while swapping stores of the day.

The weekend events will include a 3 day Bike Expo with demo’s, festival rides on 60 + miles of single track, activities for kids,  the 60 K Gravel Gran Fondo though Death Valley National Park and Rhyolite Ghost town, and the Main Event ! The 100K Tinker Classic Mountain Bike Race.

Monster Truck Insanity Tour @ Petrack Park Rodeo Arena
Apr 19 @ 5:30 pm

Join in on the fun at the Monster Truck Insanity Tour. Live a Little Productions presents this crowd-pleasing event at the Petrack Park Rodeo Arena. The family-friendly event features an exciting show each day. The shows will feature the biggest and baddest monster trucks and some entertaining events. It’s an event all motorsport fans don’t want to miss.

Presale tickets are $20 for adults, $10 for children ages 3-12. At the gate,  tickets are $25 for adults and $12 for children.

Discounted, family affordable pre-sale tickets can be purchased online at livealittleproductions.com, or at the Pahrump Valley Chamber of Commerce. Prices are $20 for adults, $10 for children age 3-12. Under 3 is free!

Autograph Party – 5:30 p.m. and Showtimes – 7 p.m.