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Pedaling Paths to Independence
2/28/2015 E-Mail: Community Center for the Blind 25 65 (209) 298-1372

A charity bike ride to benefit programs and services for people who are blind. Longer route traverses a portion of Stage Three of the 2011 Tour of California. Both routes travel along quiet rural roads of San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Calaveras counties. Stellar food, support, and entertainment make this an awesome pre-season event for cyclists of all levels.


Campagnolo GranFondo San Diego
4/12/2015 E-Mail: GranFondo Cycling Tours 20, 34, 56, 105 858-668-1739

Join thousands of avid cyclists and experience the Italian-inspired phenomenon while riding the Gran Fondo (105 miles), the Medio Fondo (56 miles), the Piccolo Fondo (34 miles), or the Mini Fondo Route of 10 miles. The Campagnolo GranFondo San Diego is known for its iconic start on the streets of Little Italy with Ferraris leading the way to fantastic routes, huge well-stocked rest stops, Campagnolo mechanical support and a gold medal celebration party at the finish line. Experience the luxurious after party at the Campagnolo GranFondo San Diego, presented by Bianchi. After returning from the Mini, Piccolo, Medio, or Gran Fondo routes, enjoy live music, a beer garden, massage, and an Italian feast from Aqua al Due, voted San Diego's best Italian restaurant. All this - and the endorphin rush of an epic bike ride - are free and waiting at finish line on the scenic waterfront pier in downtown San Diego.


43rd Annual Primavera Century
4/26/2015 E-Mail: Fremont Freewheelers Bicycle Club 100,85,63, 41, 25 520-490-8098

The Primavera Century is a spring century bicycle ride hosted by the Fremont Freewheelers Bicycle Club. The routes cover some of East Bay’s most scenic roads. Ride past the iconic Mission San Jose to Calaveras Reservoir, along beautiful tree lined lanes, through vineyards, to the top of Altamont Pass. The 100 mile, 85 mile, 100K, and 65K routes go around Calaveras Reservoir. The 25-mile Fun Ride goes through Coyote Hills Park, abundant with wildlife. Fully supported with SAG, Hot Meal at the end of ride. Registration starts Dec 1, 2014. Register early as another sellout is expected! 43rd Annual Primavera Century (300 character limit) Apr 26, 2015. Ride some of East Bay’s most scenic roads, past the historic Mission San Jose to Calaveras Reservoir, along beautiful tree lined lanes, through vineyards. Five routes to choose from: 100 mile, 85 mile, 100K, 65K and 25 mile Fun Ride. Registration starts Dec 1, 2014. Register early-sellout expected! 43rd Annual Primavera Century (unlimited) Apr 26, 2015. 41717 Palm Ave, Fremont, CA, 94539 The Primavera Century covers some of East Bay’s most scenic roads. Ride past the historic Mission San Jose to Calaveras Reservoir, along beautiful tree lined lanes, through vineyards, to the top of Altamont Pass. Five Routes to choose from: • Complete Century (100 Miles, 5500 ft) Start at Mission San Jose High School in Fremont and ride past historic Mission San Jose to Calaveras Reservoir, home to bald eagles. On to Sunol, Pleasanton, and Livermore, past vineyards to the top of Altamont Pass, past wind turbines to lunch at Rios Lovell Winery. Up the Dublin Grade and along quiet Palomares Road to Niles Canyon, and back to Fremont for a hearty meal. • 85 Mile (85 miles, 4300 ft) Same as Complete Century, but skip Altamont Pass. • 100k (63 miles, 3800 ft) Ride along Calaveras Reservoir, Dublin Canyon and Palomares without loop through Livermore. • Calaveras Loop (65k, 2100 ft) Ride by Calaveras Reservoir, then cycle Niles Canyon to your celebration lunch. • Fun Ride (25 Miles, mostly flat) Pedal to Coyote Hills Regional Park,
using parts of the Alameda Creek Trail on this mostly flat, fun, and educational ride. Suitable for newer riders, or those riders just returning to bicycling. Registration includes: Fully stocked rest stops and end of ride meal, goodie bags, clothes drops at three rest stops, and medals for kids completing the Fun Ride. Fully supported with SAGs and bicycle mechanics at rest stops. Transfers at no cost and the ability to change routes (except Fun Ride), even during the ride. • $55 December 1st, $60 January 1st, $65 February 1st, $70 March 1st Team discount - $5 per rider • Fun Ride: Adults - $25, under18 - $10 Registration opens December 1, 2014 on active.com Register early as another sellout is expected. For more Information and Mail-in Registration Form: ffbc.org/primavera Email: primavera@ffbc.org, or call 520-490-8098, or write: Fremont Freewheelers Bicycle Club, PO Box 1868 Fremont CA 94538


West Marin Metric Century & Tour of Novato
5/2/2015 E-Mail: School Fuel, Novato Foundation for Public Schools 13K, 40K, 100K 415-827-9772

West Marin Metric Century(100K) & Tour of Novato Rides(40K, 13K) Novato, CA, 94945 Ride 100K through breathtaking scenery in West Marin County on rural roads. With 2,297 elevation, there are rolling hills and a few challenging climbs. You will ride from Novato to West Marin, climb the Marshall "wall" then cruise along Tomales Bay to Pt. Reyes Station then back to Novato passing Nicasio Reservoir and Stafford Lake. 40K & 13K Tour of Novato rides and a 5K walk will be in and around the town of Novato. Registration includes SAG, fueled rest stops, T-shirt, post-ride meal & entertainment. This event is sponsored by School Fuel, the Novato Foundation for Public Schools and will benefit Novato students and classrooms. Register at: www.tourofnovato.org Contact: Sue Pollock, susangeee@gmail.com


Motherlode Century
5/9/2015 E-Mail: Events Far West 33 63 77 83 97 5305450698

Rolling through ranch, forest, farms, and vineyards the Motherlode Century guides you through some of Northern California's most beautiful landscapes The 34 mile (2,691' of climbing) loop features a fantastic panoramic view of the valley, while the 64 mile, 78 mile, 84 mile, and 97 mile (9,630') routes add a remote canyon with rewarding climbs and awe inspiring scenery. Post ride soak in the cool river, hot showers and massage available. All riders will enjoy a delicious riverside dinner with live music following the ride. We deliver what avid cyclists value. Lodging options from $10 camping, to luxurious B & Bs. Expand your weekend experience with a rafting trip, a walk through time at the adjacent Gold Discovery State Park, hiking, mountain biking or a visit to the many local wineries and micro-breweries! For more info go to www.motherlodecentury.com





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