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Tierra Bella Bicycle Tour
4/13/2019 E-Mail: Almaden Cycle Touring Club 35, 65, 100, 200 1-408-255-7957

Join Almaden Cycle Touring Club’s (ACTC) 42nd annual ride through the scenic country roads of Morgan Hill and Gilroy, beginning and ending at Gavilan College in Gilroy. Includes hot catered meal, 6 rest stops with fruit, snacks, baked goods and drinks, SAG support, and a free commemorative patch. Families are welcome! Team discounts! Choose between 4 beautiful routes: ride the easier 35 mi. (56K) reservoir loop; enjoy a hilly & rolling metric century (62 mi.); or ride our challenging 100 mi. (160K) or 124 mi. (200K) route. Register early and save. Through January 21, 2019: $70 per rider / $140 per family (1 or 2 adults & their minor children). Jan 22 – Feb 25: $80 per rider / $160 per family. Feb 26 – Mar 25: $90 per rider / $180 per family. Mar 26 – Apr 13: $95 per rider / $190 per family. Registration closes when the number of riders reaches 2,000. For more information, visit www.tierrabella.org.


46th Annual Primavera Century
4/20/2019 E-Mail: Fremont Freewheelers Bicycling Club 25 85 63 25 520-490-8098

Ride the best of East Bay’s scenic roads on the Primavera Century! Climb the challenging Calaveras Wall, then cycle the scenic route along Calaveras Reservoir. Ride past Livermore vineyards and wineries, and wind turbines of Altamont Pass. After lunch at a winery, it’s up and over the tree-shaded Palomares Road with a thrilling descent to Niles Canyon. Return to start for a hearty meal. (100, 85, 63, 25 miles) The 25-mile Fun Ride: Bicycle through scenic Coyote Hills Park with colorful wildlife and scenery. Four Beautiful Routes to choose from! • Century: 100 miles • 85 mile Option: 86 miles • Metric Century: 100K, 63 miles • Fun Ride: 25 miles, mostly flat, (464 ascent)


Wildflower Century
4/27/2019 E-Mail: SLO Bicycle Club 45 52 64 75 100 805-543-5973

The San Luis Obispo Bicycle Club invites you to the 48th Wildflower Century as it returns to the last weekend of April. We offer five routes on quiet rural roads through vineyards and ranches in Paso Robles Wine Country. All routes except the 52 begin by climbing up Highway 41 followed by two fantastic downhill runs on the way to Shandon. After Shandon there are 7 miles of rough pavement out Shell Creek Road that we refer to as our cobble stone section. The remaining section of Shell Creek is smooth and includes the 1 mile sprint challenge and ends with a spectacular display of flowers if mother nature is kind to us. All routes except the 45 end with a 1.6 mile climb up Highway 229 that is the hill climb challenge (KOM) followed by a four mile descent along a shaded road and ending with a flat three mile run by vineyards and ranches into Creston and the post-ride BBQ.


Team NPF Cycle in Coronado
5/11/2019 E-Mail: National Psoriasis Foundation 10 20 60 503-546-5565

Team NPF Cycle in Coronado has three route options available for riders of all fitness levels: a 10 mile route completely on bike paths that kids can enjoy as well as adults; a 20 mile route which is a slightly more challenging ride; and, finally, a 60 mile route for the more experienced rider. All routes are fully supported with rest stops, ride marshals and SAG. After the ride, enjoy lunch, beer garden and music. Join us as we lead the charge to find a cure for psoriatic disease.


Strawberry Fields Forever XXX
5/19/2019 E-Mail: Cyclists for Cultural Exchange 30/65/100 miles 831-818-5656

Type of event: Century and fun ride What is included: Strawberry Fields Forever XXX is a fully supported event. Route sheets are provided and SAG Support is available for equipment and physical breakdowns. The rest stops include food, fruits and beverages every 20-30 miles. Lunch will be provided on the 65 and 100 mile rides, and a hot gourmet meal will greet all participants at the end of the ride. Fresh whipped cream and strawberries dipped in chocolate ganache conclude the menu. Event date: Sunday, May 19, 2019 Starting time: 7:00am Course description: A tour of some of the most beautiful regions of Santa Cruz County


Tahoe Adventure 2019
5/31/2019 E-Mail: grace voss 62 831-462-4884

The non-profit Bicycle Adventure Club is organizing Tahoe Adventure a road bike tour of South and North Lake Tahoe from 5/31/19 to 6/9/19...cost is $1,200...includes river rafting, mountain biking, hotel lodging and meals...must join BAC and cost of membership $50, a good deal!...complete trip details available at bicycleadventureclub.org


The Sequoia Challengingly Beautiful
6/2/2019 E-Mail: Western Wheelers Bicycle Club 100 72 59 44 6504298859

These Challengingly Beautiful routes all offer stunning scenery, amazing vistas, stellar support and very quiet roads.


Tour of the Unknown Coast
6/8/2019 E-Mail: Tour of the Unknown Coast 100 707-845-6117

Since 1978 the Tour of the Unknown Coast has been one of California's Toughest Century Rides and among the most beautiful rides anywhere. For 2019 we're stepping up our game and adding the new Avenue of the Giants Century. We also offer a 100k, 50mile, 20mile and 10mile route.


CF Cycle for Life
6/15/2019 E-Mail: Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 25 40 62 4159896500

Get your wheels in motion and join us for our annual bicycle event as we ride through some of the most picturesque and scenic terrain in the Sonoma County. CF Cycle for Life is a fully-supported ride with route options of 25, 40, and 60 miles. From breakfast to our cycle post party, you can enjoy fully stocked rest stops every 10-15 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. 7am registration time, 8 am start time $150 minimum fundraising Registration Fee Schedule: 1/01/2019 – 03/15/2019 – $25 03/16/2019 – 06/14/2019 – $35


Giro Bello
6/22/2019 E-Mail: Rotary Club of Santa Rosa 100 7079532622

Presented by the Rotary Club of Santa Rosa. Offers Century, metric century, and family fun ride. Benefits Rotary activities locally and internationally including college scholorships, dictionaries for all 3rd grade students, clean water in mexico


Country Coast Classic Bike Ride
6/22/2019 E-Mail: Counrty Coast Classic Inc. 25/45/72 8059272535

Come and cycle the beautiful central coast of California in the 19th Annual Gene Cerise Country Coast Classic Bike Ride in Cambria, California. Supporting and funding programs which promote the positive development of the youth in our community is what this bike ride is all about. Since its inception in 2001, this cycling venue has been a volunteer-driven event, with proceeds benefiting the youth of Cambria, Cayucos and San Simeon. The volunteers and the heart of this event are all about helping kids. Please join us in building strong kids for our community. Our goal this year is to raise $25,000 to fund and support programs for our youth. 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.


Santa Cruz Mountains Challenge
7/20/2019 E-Mail: Santa Cruz County Cycling Club 45, 75, 100, 127 831-462-4884

The Santa Cruz County Cycling Club presents the 21st annual Santa Cruz Mountains Challenge, a road cycling event, on Saturday July 20th. Start and finish is the University of California Santa Cruz’s Baskin School of Engineering courtyard. Four routes include a 45–miler with 2,900’ of climbing, a 75–miler with 6,700’ of climbing, a century with 10,300’ of climbing and a double century featuring 12,550’ of climbing. Each ride features coastal views and redwood forests, with the three longer routes passing through Big Basin State Park. For more information go to the event website: http://www.santacruzmountainschallenge.com Registration: https://www.bikereg.com/santa-cruz-mountains-challenge


Breathe Bike Trek
9/6/2019 E-Mail: Breathe California 20 35 50 62 916-444-5900 ext 217

Don't miss your chance to join us for three days of cycling, camping and fun! The Breathe Bike Trek - now in its 33rd year - is one of the West’s best cycling and camping adventures. This year's event will be headquartered out of the Petaluma KOA, a great facility with cozy cabins and shady RV spots, plus convenient tent camping with nearby restrooms & showers. Daily rides in scenic Sonoma & Marin Counties offer short, medium, long, & distances, including a metric century on Saturday. The longer routes offer breathtaking views of Tomales Bay and the California Redwoods. After your ride, relax at our Cantina, hang out at the huge pool, and enjoy fully catered meals by Red Oak BBQ. Evening entertainment includes a DJ, dancing, and wild costume contests. Your support for this three-day event raises funds to support Breathe California’s many programs for clean air & healthy lungs.


Arthritis Foundation California Coast Classic
9/21/2019 E-Mail: Arthritis Foundation 530 909-489-2217

The Arthritis Foundation California Coast Classic Bike Tour is an 8-day, 525-mile boutique ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. This September, join 250 cyclists on the "Ride of a Lifetime" and make a difference in the lives of people with arthritis, the nation's leading cause of disability. Our fully-supported ride winds through vineyards and beaches, with overnights in Santa Cruz, Monterey, Big Sur, Cambria, Oceano, Buellton, and Ventura. Each rider receives a fundraising homepage, commemorative kit and jacket, training handbook, and memories of an epic journey. For full details and to register, visit arthritis.org/CaliforniaCoastClassic or contact Shannon Marang Cox at smarangcox@arthritis.org or (909) 489-2217.





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