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California Classic Weekend
4/2/2016 E-Mail: Subway 100, 60, 35 559-289-8444

Ride the only Freeway closed for a bike ride in California. California Classic Century, Metric and Mini Metric. Benefitting Off the Front.


Campagnolo GranFondo San Diego
4/10/2016 E-Mail: Campagnolo, GranFondo Cycling Tours, Bianci, Routes 105, 56, 34, 20 Miles 858-268-1250

The Campagnolo GranFondo San Diego is well known as San Diego's Finest Cycling Event! The Ride --Southern California meets Italy in this celebration of cycling, food, and San Diego’s picturesque water front. Held in beautiful Downtown San Diego, the two-day festival features a mass-start, timed GranFondo with 4 route options, timed King and Queen of the Mountain, The Bike & Fitness Expo, challenging and picturesque routes, outstanding Campagnolo ride support, and delicious food on course.


44th Annual Primavera Century
4/17/2016 E-Mail: Fremont Freewheelers Bicycle Club 25 41 63 85 100

The Primavera Century covers some of East Bay’s most scenic roads. The longer-distance routes ride past the historic Mission San Jose. Then to climb the challenging “Calaveras Wall”, and on to the scenic Calaveras Reservoir (featured in 2015 Amgen Tour of California, and home to Bald Eagles). Ride along beautiful tree lined lanes, through vineyards, to the top of Altamont Pass, past wind turbines and through scenic canyons. The 25-mile Fun Ride goes through scenic Coyote Hills Park with lots of wildlife. Five Beautiful Routes to choose from! Century: 100 miles, 5,500’ ascent 85 mile Option: 85 miles, 4,300′ ascent Metric Century: 100K, 63 miles, 3,800’ ascent Calaveras Loop: 65K, 2,100’ ascent Fun Ride: 25 miles, mostly flat Early bird and Team discounts! The 43rd Primavera was an early sell out.


Tierra Bella Bicycle Tour
4/30/2016 E-Mail: Almaden Cycle Touring Club 35 62 100 120 408-255-7957

4 routes through scenic Santa Clara County: 35 mile, 100K, 100 mile and 200K. Pass wineries, orchards, farms and reservoirs, beginning and ending your ride at Gavilan College in Gilroy. Includes well-stocked rest stops, SAG, commemorative patch and a catered hot meal after the ride. Family rates and team discounts are available.


Motherlode Century Spring Classic
4/30/2016 E-Mail: Events Far West 35 66 82 95 530-545-0698

Rolling through ranch, forest, farms, and vineyards the 5th Annual Motherlode Century fulfills what avid cyclists search for. The 35 mile (2,824' of climbing) loop provides a sampling of all the good elements of riding in the Gold Country, while the 66 mile (6,430' gain), 82 mile, and 95 mile (9,177' gain) routes add a remote canyon with two rewarding climbs and awe inspiring scenery. Attentive SAG support ensures riders a comfortable experience, and everyone will enjoy well stocked aid stations, a big lunch (66 - 97 mile riders), and delicious riverside dinner with live music. Post ride soak in the cool river, hot showers, massage, craft beers and local wines welcome you at the finish.

Our host venue offers $10 camping, tent cabins, RV spaces and cabins to serve all your lodging needs; or try some of the local hotels and B&B's. Other valley attractions include rafting,


Sonora Gran Fondo
5/1/2016 E-Mail: Sonora Regional Medical Center 100, 66,50,30 and 15 209.536.5029

The Sonora Gran Fondo is a beautiful ride through the foothills and into the Sierra Nevada. The Gran Fondo is a century ride from Sonora to Cherry Lake through a portion of the Rim Fire burn area. This event includes a 66 mile Medio, a 30 mile Piccolo, a 15 mile mini and new this year - a one-way, mile ride to Cherry Lake with return shuttle for a limited number of riders.


3F Century
5/7/2016 E-Mail: Colusa Lions Club 39 62 100 530-617-2317

The flattest century in California. Starts in Colusa, follows the Sacramento River out through the rice fields of Sutter County, goes around the Sutter Buttes (the smallest mountain range in the world) and back to Colusa along the Sac River. Great post ride meal.


Ride for a Reason: California Public Schools
5/14/2016 E-Mail: Ride for a Reason 45 110 510-387-0671

A supported ride from Oakland to Sacramento to benefit Oakland public schools and demonstrate for better state funding for public education. A great century ride for novices.


Apple Blossom Bike Tour
5/15/2016 E-Mail: EAS Family, 50K, & 100K (530) 417-2857

The Apple Blossom Bike Tour is a fun and challenging ride put on by Friends Of EAS to raise funds in order to further Christian education in El dorado County. Routes Take you thru Fields of Flowers, Towering Trees and beautiful "Apple Hill"

Riders will have a choice of 3 routes to ride with rest stops along the way serving various tasty treats. At the end of the ride participants will be served a delicious dinner.


Strawberry Fields Forever
5/15/2016 E-Mail: Cyclists for Cultural Exchange 100 mi, 100 k, 30 mi 831.818.5656

SFF is one of the most beautiful rides in the always-beautiful Santa Cruz County, where riders will experience forests, fields, rolling hills as well as steeper hills on the longer routes, and delicious international food. Full support plus a hot meal at the end of the ride, including strawberries and fresh whipped cream dipped in chocolate granache. The ride is an annual benefit for Cyclists for Cultural Exchange promoting international understanding through exchanges among people all over the world with the common interest of cycling.

STRAWBERRY FIELDS FOREVER RIDE XXVII will take place on Sunday, May 15, 2016 at Pajaro Valley High School, 500 Harkins Slough Road, Watsonville, California.

Opening day for registration is Jan 1, 2016.


Sequoia Century
6/5/2016 E-Mail: Western Wheelers 70 100 120

6/5 Sequoia Century: Foothill College, Los Altos Hills. One of the most beautifully challenging rides in the San Francisco Bay area. Riders will travel through Stevens Canyon and Redwood Gulch past redwood forests and through small towns on the way to the Pacific Ocean. Be sure to stop at all of the outstanding rest stops to fuel up because after a ride along the coast, riders again pass through rural areas and then get ready for a quiet yet challenging climb up Tunitas Creek. Unquestionably among the best biking roads in the Bay Area, or anywhere else. Total distances range from 70 to 120 miles while climbs range from 6,700 to 10,000 ft. Riders are invited to stay after for a great post-ride meal and story telling of their awesome ride.


Hayfork Bigfoot Century
6/11/2016 E-Mail: Rotary Club of Hayfork, CA 127 115 70 45 19

Almost no vehicle traffic. A expanded Continental Breakfast is included. Rest Stops at intervals of twenty five miles or less. VHF radio communication for safety at or near the Rest Stops (most of the courses have no cell phone service and are in remote wilderness areas). Water Stops are placed at strategic locations. SAG and Sweeper vehicles are provided. Well marked routes. The Start and Finish line is at the Trinity County Fairgrounds. Benefits the Hayfork scholarship program.


Giro Bello
6/25/2016 E-Mail: Rotary Club of Santa Rosa 27 67 102 538-4770

Three gorgeous ride options showcasing scenic Sonoma County wine country. Constantly changing terrain including Alexander Valley, Dry Creek Vineyards, and West County redwoods make this ride a “must do” for every cyclist. Ride includes well stocked rest stops, yummy lunch stop with custom made sandwiches, post ride meal, Expo with live music and of course, Lagunitas beer!


Alta Alpina Challenge: Riding the Wild Sierra
6/25/2016 E-Mail: Alta Alpina Cycling Club 15, 19, 37, 64, 110, 134, 198 877-845-2453

Come and ride in the beautiful mountains of the Eastern Sierra in Lake Tahoe area. Alta Alpina Cycling Club hosts this ride with a route for everyone, from the Family Foothill ride to the Double Century, and more rides in between. Smooth, low traffic roads and exquisite mountain scenery awaits you. Sag, lunch, dinner and personalized rider bib included.


santa cruz mountains challenge
7/30/2016 E-Mail: santa cruz county cycling club 45, 75, 101, 135 831-334-7848

This is a premier road bike event being staged for the 18th consecutive year by the Santa Cruz County Cycling Club. Four routes consist of 45, 75, 101 and 135 miles, with elevations ranging from 2,905’ to 13,215’. The 45 mile route is a less strenuous ride along the ocean and back to campus, while the other three routes are mountainous. Lunch, post-ride meal, SAG, rest and water stops. The SCMC is one of the best supported rides in California thanks to 100+ volunteers.


5th Annual Central Coast Classique
8/27/2016 E-Mail: Creative Mediation and SLO LEAF 30 64 100 8055477025

A century (100), metric century (64), and 30 mile bike ride to fundraise for San Luis Obispo's non-profits Creative Mediation and SLO Leaf whose services support the individuals & families of our community, and the families of armed forces & uniformed officers. Ride through happiest place on earth! Our rides take you through picturesque Pismo Beach and Avila Beach, to a sparkling Lopez Lake, through Edna Valley's vineyards and Huasna's Valley countryside. All rides start & finish at the Rotary Bandstand at Heritage Square Park in Arroyo Grande....and then TASTE the wines of the Central Coast for the following week. To celebrate our 5th year, all cyclists will be receiving commemorative medals. With ride purchase, cyclist will receive swag bag, wine tasting punch card, lunch, fully stocked rest stops, and a post ride BBQ celebration! *military, law enforcement & group discounts available


Mammoth Gran Fondo
9/10/2016 E-Mail: Mammoth Mountain Community Foundation 102 70 42

Enjoy a ride through the Eastern Sierra! Ride options include: - 102-mile Gran Fondo - 70-mile Medio - 42-mile Piccolo


R2D2 - Ride2DefeatDiabetes
10/4/2016 E-Mail: NorthBay Healthcare 10 25 65 707-646-3310

Benifit ride for local diabetes programs for Solano County. Metric Century on scenic smooth rural roads. Fun ride of 25 miles and family ride of 10 miles.





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