- Todays Rides - 1/22/2022 Listing California Bike Rides en-us  Ccrs03 Alviso - East Bay Starbucks, Mission Blvd. and, Warm Springs Blvd, Fremont, CA 94539, USA (map) DescriptionLength: 20 miles; Elevation: 158 feet Terrain: 2; Pace: T, M 0 We have a mostly flat ride out and back featuring the paved Coyote Creek Trail and the Alviso Marina. 0 RidewithGPS URL: 0 Please download and print your own cue sheet.  Click on the RidewithGPS link, click the "More" menu at the top-left, select "Print Map and Cue PDF" and click "Print Official". 0 Rain or significant chance of rain cancels. A ride cancellation email will be sent to the morning of the ride if it is being cancelled (no email means the ride is on). If you are unsure of the ride status, call or text a ride leader on the morning of the ride. 0 Julia Walker:, 510-468-9712 David Walker:, (510) 468-4454 Michelle Dudley:, 408-230-5209  0 Riders must follow California and County mask and distancing guidelines ( Ride leaders are not responsible for enforcing these guidelines. It is incumbent on riders to follow these guidelines to keep our cycling community safe. 9am – 12pm  1/L/10 [Rain Date] Bike And Bird The Bay Trail  - East Bay Meet at 9:45 am See the listing for Sat Jan 15. If that ride was rained out, we will try again today. Contact the ride leader if you aren't sure. 2020 Fp Week 3 Dublin - Blackhawk - East Bay Danville Sycamore Valley Park and Ride RIDE DETAILS The 13 VSBC Feather Pedals Cinderella Conditioning rides are geared towards conditioning for the Classic route.    Ride 1 will be an easy ~20 mile orientation ride with each following week gradually progressing in miles. Ride 13 is the last ride before Cinderella so it’s our time to celebrate with a social graduation ride that is ~25 miles.  The location and start times are different for rides 1-6, 7-12, and 13 to allow for variety in routes as well as a later start time during the colder weather and earlier times for the longer distances.  Ride details will be announced in each of the pre-ride eMails sent the Wednesday before each ride. Ride Host: To be named All riders must register to participate.  Please download route or print cue sheets.  None will be provided at the start. Fourth Saturday: Bill and Rob’S Excellent Adventure Rides @ Varies - Sacramento Ride varies each month. Mile Zero Ride - Sacramento When 44583 0.375 Location Sacramento, Discovery Park Bike Trail at Mile 0 Ride:          35-80       Flat/Rolling        Casual Leader:   Pam Samms, 916-396-6471,                 Robert Samms, 916-996-2413, Description:      Join us for a comfortable paced ride (15-17 mph).  This is a great ride for new riders wanting to learn about the Sacramento Wheelmen.  The ride will start at Discovery Park, and venture out to local coffee shops, etc.  Rain Cancels. Saturday Morning Exercise Ride - Sacramento When 44583 0.375 Location Granite Bay, Granite Bay Community Park, corner of Douglas Blvd and Barton Rd Ride:         30 - 40           Moderate / Hilly                    Flexible Leader:    Stephen Forsberg, 916-801-8295,                     Sandy Yarrow, 916-802-0898,                  Linda Lasswell, 916-204-8739,         Description:  Weekly 30 - 40 mile rides in the foothills of Placer and El Dorado counties. Moderate pace (14 - 15 mph average). Generally 1,000 -- 2,000' of elevation gain. Ride at your own pace.  Each ride will have at least one regroup or rest stop along the way. Routes will be provided electronically via the Wheelmen io group email system utilizing Ride with GPS format. Cue sheets can be copied/pasted from the Ride with GPS link. Printed cue sheets will NOT be provided. Meet up in front of the bathrooms. 8:30 socialization, 9:00 pedals down. Rain cancels! A notification will be sent out by 8 am on the morning of the ride in the event of a cancellation. Saturday Spintacular - Sacramento Flower Farm Cafe, 9280 Horseshoe Bar Rd, Loomis, CA 95650, USA (map)

DescriptionCasual paced 20+ mile ride around the Loomis Basin, leaving from the Flower Farm Café.Periodic regroups. Ride is swept.
Ride: Pulgas Water Temple B/2(2000’)/33; C/3(2900’)/41; D/3(3700’)/45; E/4(5500’)/55  - South Bay Gunn High School, Palo Alto LDT RIDE: PULGAS WATER TEMPLE B/2(2000’)/33;  C/3(2900’)/41;  D/3(3700’)/45;  E/4(5500’)/55 All groups will take various routes to a mid-ride snack stop beside the beautiful Pulgas Water Temple. B’s traverse the Portola Loop and return via Jefferson and Alameda de las Pulgas. C’s climb Taaffe and Westridge on the way to Woodside and return via Edgewood and Lakeview. D’s and E’s will climb King’s Mountain then descend vista-filled Skyline Blvd and Highway 92. E’s skip the Water Temple stop and add a 10 mile loop to Hallmark/Crestview. B, C, and D groups will continue on to lunch at the "Golden Triangle".  BE SURE TO BRING SNACKS as lunch is late in the ride. Rain cancels. NOTE: There might NOT be open restrooms at Gunn, but there is an early restroom stop on all routes. Online route sheets/maps/gps. INFO: Guy Shuman ( or 650-704-0895 MEETING TIME: 9:45 am for 10:00 departure MEETING LOCATION: Gunn High School (780 Arastradero Road, Palo Alto). LDT Series Information Santa Barbara (On The Alley, Santa Barbara Harbor) - Southern CA 100 E Main St, Ventura, CA 93001, USA (map) DescriptionCIBike Guest SignUp and Waiver. REQUIRED of all guests of the Channel Islands Bike Club. 0 8:30am- 58 miles, "C" classification.  Ride from Ventura's Mission Parking Lot northward to the Santa Barbara Harbor for brunch at On The Alley. Shorter options are available into Summerland for a 44 miler or into Carpinteria for a 37 miler. Ride Coordinator: Jim Dinges 805.573.2032 Ride Leader: Tom Stark 805.901.2428. 0 Ride w/GPS Turn by Turn Route Map - CIBike Members   Up The Coast To Padaro Lane, Carpinteria (Garden Market) - Southern CA 100 E Main St, Ventura, CA 93001, USA (map) Description 0 CIBike Guest SignUp and Waiver. REQUIRED of all guests of the Channel Islands Bike Club. 0 37 miles, C" classification.  0 0 Ride from Ventura's Mission Parking Lot northward to Carpinteria, about 37 miles. Shorter options are available. Usual stop is at the Garden Market on Padaro. 0 0 Ride Coordinator- Dan Mathews, 805.390.3463, Fast And Far Rides - Southern CA 100 E Main St, Ventura, CA 93001, USA (map) DescriptionCIBike Guest SignUp and Waiver. REQUIRED of all guests of the Channel Islands Bike Club. 0 8:00am from the Mission Parking Lot in Ventura. 40-60 miles, 16-20mph, difficult climbing, "D" rides. 0 0 To be comfortable riding with this group you should be able to sustain 16 - 20+ mph in a group or pace line on level ground and climb well. Our average ride is 40 - 60 miles and could be longer.  0 This is NOT a no drop ride.  Sunset Hills Remote (Coffee Bean, Thousand Oaks) *Eastern County Ride* - Southern CA 11900 Mountain Trail Street, Moorpark, CA (map) DescriptionCIBike Guest SignUp and Waiver. REQUIRED of all guests of the Channel Islands Bike Club. 0 8:30am, 30 miles, "B" moderately hilly ride.  Nice urban route towards east Thousand Oaks with a refueling break at the Coffee Bean in Sunset Hills. This route can be shortened to make less difficult.   Ride Leader: Mike Stewart 805-889-4469.  0 Ride w/GPS Turn by Turn Route Map - members only   Ride w/GPS Route Map - public Janus Sequential Centuries - Day One - Southern CA “Once more unto the breach, dear friends, once more.” For over 20 years the club has offered this January challenge – ride a century on each of two consecutive days. Unfortunately, fewer and fewer riders are answering the call. I myself haven’t ridden both full centuries in quite a few years. A few years ago when we added metric century options, I managed to ride a full century one day and a metric the other, but in the last couple of years, I have only managed a century on one day. But we continue to offer these rides for those who are willing to take up the challenge. And for the rest of us – you can do as I have and only ride one day or simply ride the metric centuries. The two centuries are really the same century, but ridden in opposite directions on each day. The route consists of a large loop around Ventura County, but on Saturday we ride the loop in a counterclockwise direction and on Sunday we ride clockwise. The course is essentially the classic Grand Tour Highland loop without Casitas Pass. Today we start from Thousand Oaks with the trip over Erbes to Moorpark, then over Grimes Cyn to Santa Paula and then over Dennison Grade to Ojai. Then it=s down to Ventura for a swing through Oxnard and on to the final climb of the day B Potrero. The metric century stays with the full metric for the first 7 miles over the initial hill but then cuts west to rejoin the full century near Port Hueneme and the final steep climb up Potrero and to the finish. Although this is subject to debate, I have always considered today’s route to be the more difficult one because you climb Potrero (a very steep hill) near the end of the ride. See below for the reverse ride. The Janus Centuries are a challenge, but really – come with the right attitude and you can do it. NOTE: It is usually very cold at the start, so come prepared. Sights on Bike Trails Galore in 2017 START: CROWLEY HOUSE PARK in THOUSAND OAKS. From Ventura Frwy (101), off and north on Hampshire Rd, L - Thousand Oaks Blvd (Full Century 101 mi and 5100 ft, Metric Century 64 mi and 2300 ft)