Sky Tavern Classic, Aug 16 For Sky Tavern Results Click Here For more info on the Sky Tavern, the last race in the Nevada Cup/Nevada State Championship Series, Click Here By admin| 2017-03-25T01:16:43+00:00 August 16th, 2009|2009 Nevada Cup Race Results, News|5 Comments Share This Story, Choose Your Platform! FacebookTwitterLinkedinRedditTumblrGoogle+PinterestVkEmail About the Author: admin Related Posts Sagebrush Cyclocross Series Sagebrush Cyclocross Series Tahoe Fat Tire Festival Tahoe Fat Tire Festival Clothing Order Information!! Deadline Sep 24th!! Clothing Order Information!! Deadline Sep 24th!! Friday Sep 14th End of Season Party! Friday Sep 14th End of Season Party! NCNCA Hillclimb Championships NCNCA Hillclimb Championships 5 Comments shawn 08/13/2009 at 8:13 amLog in to Reply is sky tavern as hard as peavine was this year? I’d like to race but not in great shape yet. what is the elevation gainloss for the 12 miles? thank you Pete Rissler 08/14/2009 at 6:44 amLog in to Reply The courses are completely different. Peavine is a more wide open course with long uphills and downhills. Sky Tavern is more technical, narrow twisty single track with shorter but steeper climbs than Peavine. You’re also at a higher elevation and there are lots of trees. Scott Leland 08/14/2009 at 8:19 amLog in to Reply Sky Tavern is a bit more difficult than Peavine because the elevation is about 2000 ft higher than Peavine. Also, the climbs are steeper and a bit more technical. There is one section of the first climb (~100m) where many people have to dismount and walk. Each 6.1 mile lap gains 900 feet of elevation. The course is very fun to ride though once you get up the climb. Mike Dempsey 08/15/2009 at 8:09 pmLog in to Reply I agree with Scott, Sky Tavern is more difficult than Peavine. The course is fun though, and the scenery is great. Try it out, it is a great race! Matt Anderson 08/17/2009 at 9:53 amLog in to Reply Just a comment on the mountain bike race. Great course and great venue but was this a mountain bike race? No beer, no food, no fun and suprise surprise not many people? I felt like i was at a funeral or some required University PE class and i had to do the race to get credit. Its a shame because this has the potential to be Tahoe/Reno’s premier mountain bike event…the requirement is more marketing and more fun/festivities. Leave A Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.