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Cycling for Sight
7/11/2015 E-Mail: www.blindstokersclub.org Various 18 to 65 miles

The 11th Annual Cycling for Sight tour will be held July 11th and 12th 2015 in San Diego county. The primary goal of the Cycling For Sight Tour is to raise money for the San Diego Center for the Blind and the Blind Stokers Club. The Tour also serves as the focal point of the San Diego Blind Stokers Club’s (BSC) year long training program. The BSC provides blind and visually impaired cyclists with the opportunity to experience the freedom and health benefits of riding a bicycle, something that many of us take for granted. The CFS tour features rural routes in north San Diego county, and overnight stay at CSU San Marcos.


Bike 4 Breath
7/11/2015 E-Mail: Breathe California Varies 650-994-5868

24th Annual Bike 4 Breath DATE/TIME: Sat, Jul 11, 7:00am-2:00pm LOCATION: Menlo-Atherton High School, 555 Middlefield Rd, Atherton, CA COST: Registration fees start at $60 (discounts for riders under 18) The 24th annual Bike 4 Breath is more than just a cycling event - It's a day full of fun where riders of all levels come together to support clean air and healthy lungs! Cyclists raise funds for asthma education, tobacco control, clean air advocacy and lung disease research in support of the work of Breathe California. This year, Bike 4 Breath will start and end at Menlo-Atherton High School in Atherton. Three route options include a family friendly 10 mile route, a 30 mile intermediate route, and a challenging 64 mile route for the cycling enthusiast.


Devil's Slide Ride
7/18/2015 E-Mail: Sports Basement, SOS Rehydrate, Whole Foods 32 mile, 61 mile and 103 mile 650.312.0730

The Devil's Slide Ride is a unique event centered on the scenic town of Pacifica and the San Mateo County Coast. Endless coastal views, Devil's Slide Trail access and climbing under the shade of gorgeous, tall redwoods. All funds raised go to benefit Parca, a local non-profit which has been serving people with developmental disabilities and their families through its programs since 1952.



Spend a great day in Wine Country . What could be better? Ride through the scenic Santa Maria Valley, where open roads, fine wine, and world-famous Santa Maria Style BBQ (prepared by our own Santa Maria Elks Lodge make for a uniquely memorable Wine Country experience. Choose from Full Century, Metric, or Quarter Century. Registration fee includes: a commemorative T-shirt, SAG, rest stops, route markings , route sheets, lunch on the Century route and, of course, the BBQ, featuring beef, chicken or veggie, for everyone at the end of the ride. $60: Early Bird Registration by May 20 (includes a T-shirt). $75: Registration May 21 thru June 28 (includes T-shirt) $85: Registration June 29 to July 15 (No T-shirt) $85: Day of Ride Registration: (No T-shirt) Online Registration closes July 15 Extra BBQ meals…. $10.00 Ride closes at 500 riders Hosted by: Tailwinds Bicycle Club of Santa Maria Register on: ACTIVE.COM


Marin Headlands Arthritis Bike Classic
7/18/2015 E-Mail: Arthritis Foundation 25 62 100 415-356-5483

The Arthritis Foundation Marin Headlands Arthritis Bike Classic presented by AbbVie is a spectacular, fully supported one-day cycling adventure. Participants can choose from three scenic route options including: 24 Miles (Beginner Friendly) Semi-Metric Century (Intermediate to Advanced) Semi-Century (Advanced/Training Recommended) The routes will feature the beauty of the North Bay, including spectacular views of the rugged California coast and the iconic Golden Gate Bridge. Cyclists, friends, and family members are invited to enjoy the BBQ lunch and kid's activities after the ride. Funds raised through the ride are used to support the Arthritis Foundation’s mission to improve lives through leadership in the prevention, control, and cure of arthritis and related diseases.


Healdsburg Harvest Century Bicycle Tour
7/18/2015 E-Mail: Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce 23, 37, 60 (707) 433-6935

Join us as we pedal through the heart of Sonoma County Wine Country. Road and mountain bikes, skinny tires and fat tires welcome. Moderately challenging ride through the Alexander, Dry Creek & Russian River Valleys. Distance options include 23, 37 or 60 miles; gradually increasing in difficulty. The 23 mile route is rather flat, while the 37 & 60 mile routes have more rolling hills and moderate climbs. Come up for the day or spend the whole weekend with us; there is much to see and do. Healdsburg offers many lodging options and is central to more than 100 wineries.


Graeagle Century Ride
7/26/2015 E-Mail: Community Multisport Events 530-836-1201

Graeagle Century Ride is a 108 mile route with a 6,615; elevation gain that starts and ends in the historic mill town of Graeagle, California and passes through the beautiful mountains of the Lost Sierra. Two Half Century Rides offer a gentler 50 mile loop with 2,353' elevation gain and a tougher Half Century loop that has 4,795' of elevation gain. The event will include a post-race BBQ (free to racers) with local craft brew. Contact RaceDirector@communitymultisport.com or (530)836-1201 see ride course and register at CommunityMultisport.com


Tour de Peninsula 2015
8/2/2015 E-Mail: San Mateo County Parks Foundation 6 20 31 56 63 650-321-1638

WHAT: 2015 San Mateo County Parks Foundation Tour de Peninsula Presented by Whole Foods Market WHEN: Sunday, August 2, 2015, rides start at 7:00 am and 8:00 am, kids/family at 12:00 noon. WHERE: Start/finish at Eucalyptus Picnic Area, Coyote Point Park, San Mateo, California. WHY: A fun and enjoyable day’s cycling and outdoor festivities with friends and family of all ages. Proceeds benefit San Mateo County Parks Foundation and Bicycle Sunday—car free biking on Cañada Road. INFO: http://supportparks.org/tdp/, click the TdP logo. Event Description The 2015 Tour de Peninsula offers Bay Area families a day of fun, fitness, and healthy family activities. Now in its 24th year, this ride is one of Northern California’s most fun recreational cycling rides/family/social gatherings. Held in beautiful Coyote Point Park, alongside the San Francisco Bay in San Mateo, the TdP is a perennial highlight of the Bay Area's recreational calendar. The TdP offers a variety of great cycling routes desi


39th Annual Tour of Napa Valley
8/16/2015 E-Mail: Eagle Cycling Club, Inc. 35, 40, 65, 100

Classic Century ride with 4 routes through Napa Valley.


Tour de Menlo
8/22/2015 E-Mail: Rotary Club of Menlo Park Foundation 35 45 65 (650) 575-2279

Make plans now to ride Tour de Menlo, which offers three Peninsula routes for cyclists of all abilities, along with good weather, great food, and plenty of SAG support for those who need it. Riders have their choice of 65-, 45- and 35-mile routes, all well-marked and beginning at Menlo-Atherton High School on Saturday, Aug. 22. After taking different routes from the start, all riders eventually will head south on Stevens Creek Road to the final rest stop at Madrone Park. Riders can rest and enjoy refreshments before heading back to Menlo Atherton High School for a relaxing lunch in the courtyard. The ride is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Menlo Park Foundation and the Almanac. All proceeds are used to support Rotary scholarships, numerous other Rotary Foundation projects, and the Almanac's Holiday Fund drive, which contributes more than $150,000 a year to 10 local nonprofits. Shelter Network, Second Harvest Food Bank, and St. Anthony's Dining Room are among the beneficiaries of the


Central Coast Classique
8/22/2015 E-Mail: Creative Mediation and SLO LEAF 805.549.0442 x 46

8/22 4th Annual Central Coast Classique : Heritage Square Park, Arroyo Grande. Full century (100 mi.), metric century (64 mi.), & half metric century (30 mi.) bike rides in San Luis Obispo County. The 30 mi. ride boasts coastal views of Pismo with an amazing rest stop and turnaround on the boardwalk in Avila Beach. The metric century continues through the wine country in Edna Valley and onto Lopez Lake. The century continues on to rolling hills through the country-side of Huasna Valley. This ride benefits local non-profits the San Luis Obispo Law Enforcement Assistance Foundation & Creative Mediation. All riders receive swag, lunch, fully stocked rest stops, SAG support, and a post-ride BBQ, with music and expo! Every rider receives a WINE TASTING PUNCH CARD to track their ride & receive free tastings for a week! Early Bird : $60 / Regular : $70 / Late : $80. 10% discount for law enforcement, military, & groups of 4+


Tour of the Dragon 268K across Bhutan
9/5/2015 E-Mail: Bhutan Olympic Committee 268K/60K 8312470239

Tour of the Dragon http://www.tourofthedragon.com The Tour of the Dragon starts in Bumthang, Bhutan and travels 268km over 4 mountain passes before finishing in Thimphu town square. Billed as one of the toughest one day mountain bike races in the world Distance: 268km/60K Both events finish in the capital city of Thimphu in the country of Bhutan. The Himalayan Kingdom of Bhutan is a land of high mountains and deep valleys where compassion and wisdom are the benchmark against which all things are measured, and where the King rules by ‘Gross National Happiness’. On your journey through the stunning rural countryside and villages, you’ll discover the geographical and cultural wonders of a country naturally designed to be a tantalizing destination for adventure and spiritual seekers. Come for the event, and stay for the travel experience of a lifetime.


Tahoe Sierra Century
9/12/2015 E-Mail: North Tahoe FAN Club 30, 60, 100 (530)525-1505

Save the date on Saturday, September 12 for the Tahoe Sierra Century. Ride the scenic High Sierra on 30, 60, or 100 mile routes that offer challenging hill climbs (on the longer routes) and views that don't stop. Along the way, let the band families from the North Tahoe Middle and High school music programs host you to great food, friendly support, and music everywhere. The ride starts/stop at Squaw Valley USA. Register at www.tahoesierracentury.com this will be your favorite ride of the year! Every penny of this all-volunteer effort goes to public music education in North Tahoe.


The Challenge Fondo
9/13/2015 E-Mail: Chico Velo Cycling Club 30 50 65 100 530-343-8356

The Challenge Fondo is an "accessible" Fondo, specializing in support for alternative forms of cycling. Although this Fondo is for everyone, we will also have Ride Rangers standing by ready to partner up with if needed! The Challenge Gran Fondo 100, Medio Fondo 65 and Breve Fondo 50 routes offer riders mass-start, timed events, traveling a tough hilly course on mostly lightly-traveled back-roads, with just a few city intersections. Check-ins will be monitored at each rest stop, and you’ll be motivated by the thought of crossing the finish line! The Piccolo 30 is a more leisurely flat ride through the orchards and farms south and west of Chico. It offers a relaxed starting time window, and it is not a timed event.


Giro di San Diego
9/13/2015 E-Mail: Amain.com and GranFondo Cycling Tours 108, 66, 38 miles 858-268-1250

Distance: 108, 66, 38 miles Giro di San Diego has a Ride for everyone from Beginner to Pro, Come join the party, make friends, and enjoy some of the best cycling in San Diego.


The Unknown Coast Weekend
9/19/2015 E-Mail: Chico Velo Cycling Club 35 65 530-343-8356

Join us for a fun-filled weekend touring the quiet coastal towns of Ferndale, Honeydew, and Petrolia. The ride starts and finishes in Ferndale and consists of two extremely hilly, but scenic days – 65 miles on Saturday and 35 miles on Sunday. What a great ride this is – we carry all of your stuff and you get to cruise on some of the quietest and most scenic roads in the state. You will start riding through the lush, green Eel River Valley on meandering roads that weave their way through groves of majestic redwoods trees, then you'll ride along the beaches of Cape Mendocino; and finally, along the crest of Rainbow Ridge, which has some of the best views anywhere. Registration includes optional camping at the Fairgrounds on Friday night, luggage transportation, detailed route map, overnight accommodations at the Mattole Camp & Retreat Center, on-road support, post-ride snacks, dinner, breakfast and SAG support...and plenty of fun! We haul all your stuff, you just enjoy the scenery.


Santa Clarita Century
9/19/2015 E-Mail: Child & Family Center 100 50 25 661-255-6847 x3018

Ready to explore new territory? The 7th Annual Santa Clarita Century, Saturday September 19, 2015 features ALL NEW and challenging routes for its 100, 50 and 25 mile rides. Presented by Chiquita Canyon Landfill and the City of Santa Clarita to benefit Child & Family Center, cyclists will discover amazing scenery and the beauty of the Santa Clarita Valley and its surrounding rural communities. Rides start/finish at Mann Biomedical Park in Santa Clarita and include fully supported course with themed rest stops, mobile tech support, delicious after ride BBQ meal, craft beer, bands & more!! For start times and registration, visit www.santaclaritacentury.com.


Surf City AIDS Ride
9/20/2015 E-Mail: Santa Cruz AIDS Project 12 30 65 100 (831)427-3900 x123

The Surf City AIDS Ride is back for its 15th year. Riders can choose from 100, 65, 30, & 12 mile ride options complete with rest stops and a hot post meal ride for the long routes. 100% of the event proceeds go to the Santa Cruz AIDS Project. Fundraising is encouraged! Raise a minimum of $300 a receive a limited edition t-shirt. Raise a minimum of $500 and get the 2015 ride jersey!


Edible Pedal 100
9/20/2015 E-Mail: Rotary Club of Reno Sunrise 10, 50, 100 775-393-9158

The Edible Pedal 100 is a non profit recreational yet challenging century bike ride (not a race) that showcases Northern Nevada. Ours offers three ride distances; 10, miles. 50 miles, and 100 miles followed by a locally sourced BBQ in the park.


BORP Revolution Ride & Festival
9/26/2015 E-Mail: Bay Area Outreach & Recreation Program 65, 45, 20, 10 510-225-7039

Now in its 13th year, the BORP Revolution Ride & Festival fundraiser brings people of all ages and abilities together for a day of cycling, celebration, and fun. The 13th Annual Revolution Ride will take place on September 26, 2015 in the beautiful California wine country of Sonoma County's Alexander Valley.


The Whitney Classic
9/26/2015 E-Mail: Summit Adventure 132 559-642-3899

The 132 mile Whitney Classic includes a climb of Horseshoe Meadows Rd. (via Tuttle Creek Rd), an out and back to the town of Darwin and a climb of Whitney Portal Rd. With over 14,900ft of climbing this event is a fundraiser for Summit Adventure.


Fetzer Harvest ride
9/27/2015 E-Mail: Boys and Girls Club of Ukiah 11,31,62,65 707.467.4900

The Harvest Ride, celebrating its 17th year, will start and finish just outside the town of Hopland at Fetzer Vineyards in beautiful Mendocino County. Join us for miles of breathtaking views and the changing colors of the Harvest Season. Regardless of the route you choose, you will be pampered by our fabulously refreshing rest stops. After the ride, please join us for a fresh grilled lunch, cold drinks and live music at the picturesque Fetzer barn. The first 300 registered riders will receive a goody bag including a commemorative water bottle . All proceeds benefit the Boys & Girls Club of Ukiah. There are 4 routes to choose from: A Hilly Metric Century, including a times section (with prizes) up the Boonville grade, a Rolling Metric Century through the vineyards and orchards of the Ukiah Valley, a 31 mile Fun Ride, which is a shortened version of the Rolling Metric Century and an 11 mile Family ride. Use the discount code "bikecal" for 10% off your registration fee!


Konocti Challenge
10/3/2015 E-Mail: Rotary Club of Lakeport 100, 65, 40, 20 707-349-0815

Voted Cycle California! Magazine's Best Metric Century of 2015, the 25th Annual Konocti Challenge Century is a beast!! With over 6200 feet of vertical climb, your legs will be burning! Never fear though, there are 3 other rides to choose from - 40 mile, 65 mile and the 20 mile Fun Ride. The 65 and 100 mile routes both give you the opportunity to ride AROUND the largest natural lake in California breathing the cleanest air in the state. Ride through pastoral vineyards, towering pine trees, mountain roads, rural pastures, beautiful lake views - all on one ride! We boast a VERY unique rest stop competition with all 7 strategically placed rest stops are competing for your vote so you just never know what fun you may encounter! The end of ride greets you with the world famous chicken and steak BBQ right on the shore of the lake with entertainment, beautiful views of the lake, massage and much more! All included in the cost of registration. Weekend events abound here for all interest level


Bike MS Coastal Challenge
10/10/2015 E-Mail: Anthem 30 60 100 50 310-479-4456

The first day of Bike MS Coastal Challenge offers three different, but equally beautiful, cycling options for our riders. Our 60 and 100 mile riders begin their journey at the Civic Center in picturesque Santa Monica and head north, experiencing sweeping ocean views, rolling foothills and some challenging, but rewarding hill climbing. Our 30 mile riders will start and end their day at San Buenaventura State Beach in Ventura, where they will join the 60 and 100 milers for an evening of food, massages, music and fun! Stay the night in one of our host hotels, or set up camp by the beach. Riders head out on Day 2 after enjoying a hot and delicious breakfast and continue north up the beautiful central coast with 30 or 50 mile routes. Celebrate your accomplishments as friends, family and volunteers cheer you across the finish line at your final destination: Santa Barbara City College.


Golden Hills Century
10/10/2015 E-Mail: Stanislaus County Bicycle Club 30, 65, and 100 miles

The Golden Hills Century will begin in the historic town of Knights Ferry located in eastern Stanislaus County.Riders may chose from 100, 65, and 30 mile routes. Participants will enjoy a continental breakfast, bicycle rider approved food at rest stops, and a post ride lunch.


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