- Todays Rides - 8/14/2022 Listing California Bike Rides en-us Sunday Breakfast Ride To The Corner Bakery Cafe - Central Valley WhereMarco's Pizza, 2230 Herndon Ave, Clovis, CA 93611, USA (map)

DescriptionSunday Breakfast Ride to the Corner Bakery Cafe - 8am – 11am
 The Sunday Social - East Bay Starbucks, Mission Blvd. and, Warm Springs Blvd, Fremont, CA 94539, USA (map) DescriptionLength: 20-25 miles Terrain: 1, 2 Pace: L,T, M 0 Meet at 9:00 for a 9:15 start. Please join us on this monthly “Sunday Social”. This casual, social ride is always fun and offers everyone the chance to meet other cyclists. Bring your cycling friends along and help us introduce newcomers and guests to the club. Don’t forget $$ for a coffee/snack stop. If you have a club jersey or jacket, this is a great time to wear it. 0 Rain or significant chance of rain cancels. A ride cancellation email will be sent to by the ride leader on the morning of the ride if it is being cancelled (no email means the ride is on). 0 David Walker:, (510) 468-4454 Julia Walker:, (510) 468-9712 9am – 12pm  1/L/25 Novice Series Ride #2 - Alameda And Bay Farm Island  - East Bay Leader: James Scott    (510) 847-3948    text Leader: Daniel Stoops    (206) 383-0904    text Leader: Phil Morton    (510) 852-9663    text Leader: Jeffrey R. Kurtock    (510) 326-2953    text Leader: Karen Street   (510) 356-7081 Meet at 10:00 am GPC Route: Novice Ride #2: Tour de Alameda (including Bay Farm Island) Start Location: Fruitvale BART Optional pre-registration for members This is the second in a series of easy rides to introduce new riders to cycling. Learn some nice routes and get tips for riding safely in a group. Meet 10:00 a.m. at Fruitvale BART, near the bike racks. The ride will be easy paced and flat, with great bay views. Bring lunch or $ to buy. See our Novice Series page for more information. Sunday Morning No Drop Ride - Sacramento A casual ride to Winters via County Road 29 and Buckeye Road, roads with light traffic. Regroup at Rotary Park at Railroad and Main for a break before returning to Davis via Putah Creek Road and the Russell bike path. Sundaze - Sacramento details»copy to my calendar

Tuesday, August 16
Fast And Far Rides - Southern CA Hobert Park, Ventura, CA (map) DescriptionCIBike Guest SignUp and Waiver. REQUIRED of all guests of the Channel Islands Bike Club. 0 8:00am from Hobert Park in Saticoy. 40-60 miles, 16-20mph, difficult climbing, "C" ride. 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. This is NOT a no drop ride.  Sycamore Cove Remote (Starbucks, Camarillo) *Eastern County Ride* - Southern CA 5850 Mission Oaks Blvd., Camarillo (map) DescriptionCIBike Guests SignUp and Waiver. REQUIRED of all guests of the Channel Islands Bike Club. 0 8:30am, 41 miles, flat, easy route, "A" ride. "Remote Ride" from Camarillo's Mission Oaks Park thru CSUCI to Sycamore Cove. Ride Coordinator: Mike Stewart 805-889-4469. Ride w/GPS 41 Mile Route Map  - public Laguna Canyon Century - Southern CA This is our century and metric century of the month for August. Normally when you see the word “canyon” in a ride title, you start thinking there is going to be some major climbing. Turnbull Canyon, Latigo Canyon, Topanga Canyon or La Tuna Canyon come to mind. While it is true that we will be climbing Laguna Canyon today, it must be one of the easiest canyon climbs in Southern California. We only gain about 400 feet over 5.5 miles. That’s a grade of about 1.4%. Most of the time you will hardly realize you are climbing at all. Also, more often than not, you will have a tailwind going up the canyon. But if that seems like more than you want to take on, consider this: the metric century doesn’t do Laguna Canyon at all. So don’t let the title scare you off. This is just a pleasant ride down the coast and back. The route is fairly straight forward. From Torrance, we head down the coast (picking up PCH in Seal Beach) all the way to Laguna. Then it's up Laguna Canyon and we make our way back north using a more inland route until we reach Huntington Beach. Then we pretty much retrace our steps back to the start. The metric will start with the full century and stay with that route until Huntington Beach. It will then cut inland to pick up the return route of the full century. The long stretches on PCH where there are relatively few traffic lights make this a fairly fast century. So come on out and enjoy the day. START: PARADISE PARK in TORRANCE. From San Diego Frwy (405), off and South on Hawthorne 3.5 miles. R - Torrance Blvd 0.5 mile, L - Anza one block, R - Lee to Park. We usually park on the West side of the park (on Ellenwood) by the school. (Century 96 mi and 2200 ft, metric century 63 mi and 800 ft)