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rideATAXIA.org/norcal
6/2/2018 E-Mail: Friedreich's Ataxia Research Alliance 10, 23, 52 4848796160

Brief Description: 1.5, 10, 23, and 52 mile route options. Fully stocked rest stops, strong SAG support, and delicious post ride food prepared by Outback Steakhouse and Lazy Dog Restaurant. Fundraising benefits the Friedreich’s Ataxia Research Alliance (FARA). Fundraising not required but strongly encouraged. For details including route maps and registration visit: rideATAXIA.org/NorCal Registration Fee: $45 Regular Priced Cyclist (No Fundraising Minimum) or $25 Reduced Price Cyclist (With $200 Fundraising Minimum); increases by $5 after 5/2/2018 and $10 for same day registration. Registration fee includes ride, lunch, and event t-shirt. For: Friedreich's Ataxia Research Alliance (FARA). A non-profit organization dedicated to funding research to cure Friedreich’s Ataxia, a debilitating, life-shortening, degenerative neuromuscular disorder with no treatment or cure.

 

Sequoia 2018 Century and More!
6/3/2018 E-Mail: Western Wheelers Palo Alto, CA 100, 72, 67, 44 415-265-4663

Our signature route (same as 2017) is a breathtakingly beautiful 100 mile journey with a challenging ten thousand ft. gain! You’ll enjoy miles of forested climbs, ridge top vistas, cool redwood canyons and bucolic coastal agricultural lands. This route provides what some call “cycling perfection” with 7 generously supported and well placed Rest Stops, the pleasant coastal towns of La Honda, San Gregorio and Pescadero, a quick tour out past Pigeon Pt Lighthouse and the stunning climbs on Page Mill, upper Alpine/Joaquin and Tunitas Creek. There are three “bail-out” options to test your tenacity, and again this year, we’ll have a Fun Finish at our out-of-the-way site at Foothill College to reward your resolve! Rider Cap: 500 Also returning from 2017, our 72 mile route is truly stunning with no bail-outs; it's a real test of any cyclist! As with the 100 milers, you’ll ascend Moody and Page Mill, cross Skyline to descend the spectacular West Alpine Rd to the famous Rest Stop in La Honda.

 

2018 Groveland Grind
6/9/2018 E-Mail: Groveland Trail Heads 21, 30, 48 miles 831-239-5963

The Groveland Trail Heads mountain biking club debuts its first fundraising cycling event,an adventure ride on mixed terrain (pavement, broken asphalt/pavement, hard packed dirt and gravel)in the majestic Stanislaus National Forest. There will also be a river crossing toward beginning and finish! We have three routes to choose from for cyclists of all skill levels in good physical condition. All three routes are truly unique as they are very close to the border of Yosemite National Park and some sections are on the original road and railroad to Yosemite! The short route is 21.5 miles with approximately 3,000 feet of climbing. The medium route is 30 miles with approximately 5,000 feet of climbing. The long route is 48 miles with approximately 6,700 quad-burning feet of climbing. The medium and long routes will have a special surprise section for riders. A post ride party will top off the day, complete with food, beverages (yes, beer!), a few vendor booths and a super sweet raffle!

 

Special Olympics Bike the Bridges
6/10/2018 E-Mail: Special Olympics and Bay Area Law Enforcement 25 31 62 100 925-944-8801 ext. 224

Come out and join us for this scenic ride as we pedal to raise funds for Special Olympics! All rides start and end at Waterfront Park in Martinez and will have you cross both the scenic Carquinez Bridge and the Benicia Bridge.

 

CF Cycle for Life
6/16/2018 E-Mail: Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 25 40 62 4159896500

Get your wheels in motion and join us for our 9th annual bicycle event as we ride through some of the most picturesque and scenic terrain in the Coastal town of Half Moon Bay. CF Cycle for Life is a fully-supported ride with route options of 25, 40, and 65 miles. From breakfast to our cycle post party, you can enjoy fully stocked rest stops every 10-12 miles, bike mechanics, ride marshals to cheer you along the way and plenty of support vehicles to help you complete the ride. This unique event empowers participants to take action and demonstrate their fight in finding a cure for cystic fibrosis in a tangible, emotional and powerful way. $150 minimum fundraising.

 

Country Coast Classic Bike Ride
6/23/2018 E-Mail: Country Coast Classic Inc. 25 50 72 8059272535

This ride offers a great day of cycling fun along some of the most scenic coastline and hills in California. Beat the heat and enjoy the cool air and great scenery of the California Central Coast. Registration includes well-stocked rest stops, experienced SAG, delicious Lions Club BBQ meal and raffle ticket. The BBQ lunch will be open from 11:30am to 3pm. Addionally, a no-host pub with local premium wines and micro brew from our own 927 Beer Company are offered for your post ride enjoyment. Happy Hour opens at 11am

 

Santa Cruz Mountains Challenge
7/21/2018 E-Mail: santa cruz county cycling club 45, 75, 101, 135 831-462-4884

If you like bicycling on mountain roads through redwood forests, sign up for the 20th annual Santa Cruz Mountains Challenge, a road bike event. This July 21st fundraiser for the Santa Cruz County Cycling Club offers four routes—135, 101, 75 and 45 miles, with elevation gains ranging from 3,500 to 13,500 feet. Start from Baskin School of Engineering, 1156 High St., Santa Cruz 95064. Fantastic food and friendly volunteers! Register at: santacruzmountainschallenge.com

 

Tour de Big Bear/HC Gran Fondo
8/4/2018 E-Mail: Big Bear Cycling Association 25 50 70 107 125 909-866-8467

Tour de Big Bear/HC Gran Fondo Held in the high country of Southern California’s San Bernardino Mountains, road cyclists of all levels escape the summer heat and cruise alpine roadways and trails, over high mountain passes like Onyx Summit (elevation of 8,443 feet), and around Big Bear and Baldwin Lakes. With scenic and challenging high altitude rides, professional style racing venue and a weeklong Cycling Festival, it’s no wonder Big Bear Lake is known as the “Cycling Capital of Southern California.” Tour de Big Bear and Tour de Big Bear HC Gran Fondo are proud to announce its association with Haute Route ( www.hauteroute.org ), cycling’s premier amateur cycling organization, plus its membership to the 2018 Gran Fondo National Series ( www.granfondonationalseries.com ). Gran Fondo rider’s in twelve cities across the country, including Big Bear Lake, California, compete for points leading to a National Championship later this summer. Tour de Big Bear will again host riders to

 

Cool Breeze Century
8/18/2018 E-Mail: Channel Island Bike Club & Kiwanis Club of Ventura 30, 60, 100 & 125 Miles

Southern California’s Premier Coastal Bike Ride. Whether you’re a seasoned centurion or just coming out for your first organized ride, you’ll find a Cool Breeze route to please your pedals. Five rides ranging from 30 to 125 mile.

 

2018 Arthritis Foundation CCC Bike Tour
9/22/2018 E-Mail: Arthritis Foundation 408-569-2237

The 18th annual Arthritis Foundation’s California Coast Classic (CCC) is a fully-supported boutique tour limited to 250 riders to raise funds for the Arthritis Foundation. Ride the iconic Highway 1—from San Francisco to Los Angeles among waves, woods, and wineries—fully supported at your own pace. We ride along coastal roads and camp or hotel in areas not open to larger groups. The CCC covers over 500 miles over 8 days during the best time of year in California, September 22-29, 2018. This ride raises over $1 million dollars for the Arthritis Foundation mission. Money raised provides educational resources for adults and children, scholarships for our national Juvenile Arthritis Conference, kids' camps and much more. Tour amenities: · Mechanical support · SAG vehicles and shuttles · 5-star catered breakfasts and dinners · Nightly entertainment and social hour · Kick-off breakfast in San Francisco · Closing ceremony celebration and lunch for rider An unforgettable adventure

 

2018 Arthritis Foundation California Coast Classic Bike Tour
9/22/2018 E-Mail: Erin Matthews 408-569-2237

The 18th annual Arthritis Foundation’s California Coast Classic (CCC) is a fully-supported boutique tour limited to 250 riders to raise funds for the Arthritis Foundation. Ride the iconic Highway 1—from San Francisco to Los Angeles among waves, woods, and wineries—fully supported at your own pace. We ride along coastal roads and camp or hotel in areas not open to larger groups. The CCC covers over 500 miles over 8 days during the best time of year in California, September 22-29, 2018. This ride raises over $1 million dollars for the Arthritis Foundation mission. Money raised provides educational resources for adults and children, scholarships for our national Juvenile Arthritis Conference, kids' camps and much more. Tour amenities: · Mechanical support · SAG vehicles and shuttles · 5-star catered breakfasts and dinners · Nightly entertainment and social hour · Kick-off breakfast in San Francisco · Closing ceremony celebration and lunch for rider

 

2018 Arthritis Foundation California Coast Classic Bike Tour
9/22/2018 E-Mail: Arthritis Foundation 525 4085692237

The 18th annual Arthritis Foundation’s California Coast Classic (CCC) is a fully-supported boutique tour limited to 250 riders to raise funds for the Arthritis Foundation. Ride the iconic Highway 1—from San Francisco to Los Angeles among waves, woods, and wineries—fully supported at your own pace. We ride along coastal roads and camp or hotel in areas not open to larger groups. The CCC covers over 500 miles over 8 days during the best time of year in California, September 22-29, 2018. This ride raises over $1 million dollars for the Arthritis Foundation mission. Money raised provides educational resources for adults and children, scholarships for our national Juvenile Arthritis Conference, kids' camps and much more. Tour amenities: · Mechanical support · SAG vehicles and shuttles · 5-star catered breakfasts and dinners · Nightly entertainment and social hour · Kick-off breakfast in San Francisco · Closing ceremony celebration and lunch for rider plus one guest in Los Angeles · Daily luggage transfers · An unforgettable adventure, breathtaking views, friendships and fond memories to last a lifetime! Website: To Learn more and to register at arthritis.org/CaliforniaCoastClassic

 

2018 Arthritis Foundation California Coast Classic
9/22/2018 E-Mail: Arthritis Foundation 525 miles 4085692237

The 18th annual Arthritis Foundation’s California Coast Classic (CCC) is a fully-supported boutique tour limited to 250 riders to raise funds for the Arthritis Foundation. Ride the iconic Highway 1—from San Francisco to Los Angeles among waves, woods, and wineries—fully supported at your own pace. We ride along coastal roads and camp or hotel in areas not open to larger groups. The CCC covers over 500 miles over 8 days during the best time of year in California, September 22-29, 2018. This ride raises over $1 million dollars for the Arthritis Foundation mission. Money raised provides educational resources for adults and children, scholarships for our national Juvenile Arthritis Conference, kids' camps and much more. Tour amenities: · Mechanical support · SAG vehicles and shuttles · 5-star catered breakfasts and dinners · Nightly entertainment and social hour · Kick-off breakfast in San Francisco · Closing ceremony celebration and lunch for rider plus one guest in Los Angeles · Daily luggage transfers · An unforgettable adventure, breathtaking views, friendships and fond memories to last a lifetime!

 

Share The Road Ride (Simi Valley)
9/29/2018 E-Mail: Soaring Spirits International 25 50 62 100 (805) 206-8002

The 10th annual SHARE THE ROAD RIDE takes place in beautiful Simi Valley, California. Home of the well known Simi ride that takes place every Saturday of the year. Simi Valley is a cycling mecca that caters to amateurs and pros alike. Offering safe, well-maintained roads with various terrains, and beautiful vistas. We offer a local 25 mile ride, a 50 mile, 62 mile and either a flat-ish century or challenge century for the climbers which includes going up over Balcom and Grimes Canyons. Full rider support with SAG vehicles, aid stations, water stops and an included BBQ at the finish. Start Location Simi Valley DMV 3855 D Alamo St Simi Valley, CA, 93065

 

4th annual Sacramento Century Challenge
10/6/2018 E-Mail: Rotary Club of Sacramento 16 36 63 100

Four different, mostly flat courses, all of which start and end on Capitol Mall in downtown Sacramento and wind through the beautiful delta wine country in Yolo, Solano and southern Sacramento counties. The ride is fully supported (SAG) with several rest stops along the course. And there is a post-ride festival with wine, beer and food on the Mall. Proceeds benefit Sacramento Children's Home's Crisis Nursery program.

 

 

 

 

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