- If you haven't caught on yet, it's +/-100 miles (aka a sto mil).
- The Bohemian Alps have gotten quite a bit of rain lately, and there is more forecast for the middle of this week.
- If there is a significant amount of rain we will change course to avoid the dirt roads.
- Saturday is looking perfect though! Highs in the mid-80s and light winds.
- Czech-Points will be at miles 35, 60, and 79.
- The Czech-Point at mile 60 is an optional gas station for re-fueling.
- Czech-Points 1 and 3 are hosted by us and we'll give you the necessary proof that you stopped at these points.
- Czech-Point 3 is in Brainard, Nebr. We will have water and some snacks there if you are looking for a quick stop. There are also two bar and grills with hot food if you want to take advantage of that.
- The grand finish is at the Kolache Korner Cafe in Prague. We'll be there waiting for you!
- Please DO NOT bring your bikes into the cafe.
- Below is a link to download your cue cards and one for a GPX file if you're into that. You're responsible for printing your own cue cards.
Join us for a cycling adventure in the beautiful rolling hills surrounding Prague... Nebraska!This area is affectionately known as the Bohemian Alps. It was settled in the 1870’s by Czech immigrants from Bohemia. Nearly 150 years later and the Czech heritage is still alive and well. The 100 mile courses traverses Saunders and Butler counties’ gorgeous gravel and dirt roads.
2018 Course Info
The 2018 Bohemian Sto Mil is finally here! Here are some hot tips that will help as you get prepped this week.