2017 Death Ride Sponsors provide raffle prizes, services, and financial support. In turn, recognition for sponsorship is displayed on Death Ride® merchandise, on the website and in the advertising. Most importantly, sponsorship means reaching an avid audience of 3,500 cyclists, their friends, and family, as well as everyone involved in the production of the Death Ride®.

021Become a Death Ride Sponsor:

We are currently accepting sponsorships for the 2017 Death Ride® event. A variety of opportunities are available to benefit the event, the riders, and the Alpine County community. Portions of the registration fees will be donated to the volunteer groups and non-profit groups who assist with the organization of the event. Please read the 2017 Marketing Information (PDF) or contact Teresa Burkhauser at the Alpine County Chamber of Commerce for more information at 530.694.2475 or info@deathride.com.

Death Ride Expo:

The Death Ride® Expo provides maximum exposure for your merchandise! The Expo takes place at Turtle Rock Park where 3,500 riders complete the check-in process, finish the ride and gather for all the ride meals and live music. Friday check in is from 11:00am to 7:00pm. On Saturday, riders will finish the Death Ride® at Turtle Rock Park as their fans cheer them on. After the ride, there is a Post Ride Dinner/Rider Dinner served at 3:00pm until 8:00pm.

Public Agencies and Organizations:

Thanks to all the agencies and organizations that support the Death Ride® making this event safe and successful year after year.

Alpine County Board of Supervisors
Alpine County Community Development Department
Alpine County Sheriff’s Department
California Department of Transportation
California Highway Patrol
USFS Eldorado National Forest
USFS Humboldt-Toiyabe National Forest
USFS Stanislaus National Forest

Alpine County, Regional Non-Profit Organizations and Individual Participants:

Thanks to all the non-profit organizations and individuals that support the Death Ride® making this event safe and successful year after year.

Alpine Christian Community Church
Alpine County Chamber of Commerce
Alpine County Search & Rescue
Alpine County Watershed Group
Arnold Rim Trail Association
Bear Valley Adventure Company
Bear Valley EMS
Bear Valley Fire Department
Beta Sigma Phi
Big Daddy’s Bike, Ski & Board
Blue Zone Sports
Boy Scout Troop #33, Minden, NV
Boy Scout Troop #411, Minden, NV
Boy Scout Troop #495, Minden, NV
Todd Branscombe
Care Flight
Carson Girls Basketball
Carson Girls Volleyball
Crossroads Church, Gardnerville, NV
Crossroads Church Youth Group
Del Masso Children’s Foundation
Dublin Cyclery
East Fork Fire & Paramedic Districts
Eastern Alpine Volunteer Fire & Rescue
Friends of Hope Valley
Friends of the Library
David Gard
Tom Giller – Tech Support
HS Radio Control Club
Steve Kiraly
Kirkwood Volunteer Fire Department
Dave Milburn – Tech Support
Minden Rotary Club Foundation
Over 50 Club
Rite of Passage
River City Beemers
Sacramento Valley Ambulance
Jeremy Scossa – Scossa’s Cow Camp
Shawn Scott – Tech Support
Sierra Cyclesmith
Sierra Sagebrush Flyers
Sierra Ski & Cycle Works
Sierra Youth Soccer Association
Tahoe Amateur Radio Association
Tahoe Douglas Elks Lodge #2670
Tahoe Sports LTD
Tahoe Turning Point
Valley Christian Fellowship
Watta Bike