- Tomorrow's Rides - 1/23/2022 Listing California Bike Rides en-us  Prs #5: Old La Honda - East Bay Meet near the Sprouts Farmers Market at Jarvis Ave and Newark Blvd (Newark) (map) DescriptionLength: 52 miles; Elevation: 3137 feet Terrain: 4; Pace: M, M+ 0 Meet at 8:30 am for an 8:45 am start. If you have never ridden Old La Honda road, be prepared for a quiet and scenic climb (about 3.5 mi.) up to Skyline Rd. We’ll head back to Woodside and then up by Canada into Redwood City with a lunch stop at Prima Deli. 0 Rain, significant chance of rain or poor riding condition 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). If you are unsure of the ride status, call or text ride leader on the morning of the ride. 0 The cue sheet PDF is attached to this calendar event.  Please print and bring your own copy. RidewithGPS URL:  0 To print your cue sheet, click on More at the top left, select Print Map and Cue PDF, then click Print Official. 0 M: Bob Miller,, (510) 305-7172 M: Don Fujino:, (510) 301-2395 M: Gary Schaps:, (510) 427-1002 M: Robert Tashjian:, (510) 593-6228 M+: Steve Snyder:, (510) 928-5929 M+: Dale Wolford,, 510-388-3984 8:30am 8:30am – 2:00pm  Social Show and Go - East Bay Bicycle Garage, 5006 Mowry Ave, Fremont (map) DescriptionLength: 20+ miles Terrain: 1, 2; Pace: T, M 0 Meet at 9:00 am for an 9:15 start. Join us this month for a low-key, leisurely, and, most importantly, social ride.  We may ride down to Alviso with a stop at Panera on First Street or Starbucks at McCarthy Ranch, do a loop around Fremont with a stop at Mission Coffee or Peets on Paseo Padre, or go wherever our whims take us. We will regroup as needed. Nobody will be left behind. Optional coffee and extra socialization at the end at Starbucks near the Bicycle Garage. 0 Rain, significant chance of rain or poor riding condition cancels. 0 While this ride is a show and go, it is usually well-attended by regular riders so expect that riders will "show and go" if there are no other T/M club rides and the weather and riding conditions are good.  Experienced riders, please bring a sign-in sheet and incident reporting form. 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. 9:00am – 12:30pm Sunday Morning No Drop Ride - Sacramento A casual ride to Winters via County Road 29 and Buckeye Road, roads with light traffic. Coffee/snack/brunch at Lester Farms Bakery, located on Railroad Avenue three blocks north of Main Street. The group may break up somewhat before heading back to Davis via Putah Creek Road and the Russell bike path. Sundaze - Sacramento Various (map)

DescriptionOurSunday ridesare at least 40 miles in length, giving moderate level riders the chance to ride a little further than our average distance. You'll find some rides that are flattish and some that are killer hilly. The average pace of the Sunday rides varies hugely based on the distance and the amount of climb. The start location of this ride varies weekly, so check the calendar.
4Th Sunday - Los Gatos  - South Bay McKenzie Park, Los Altos Monthly ride to Los Gatos via Mt. Eden, Pierce, and Villa Montalvo. Lunch in park in Los Gatos (bring or buy) and return through the Maze. This is a social paced ride with mandatory regroups, but faster riders will form a separate C+ group at the start. Meet at McKenzie Park in Los Altos at 10:00 AM for a 10:15 AM departure. Leader Alternates:  DEC/FEB/APR/JUN      Mark Mack ( or 925-207-4993)  JAN/MAR/MAY   Guy Shuman ( or 650-704-0895) Rain cancels. Route sheets/Maps: 4th Sunday C Ride. 4Th Sunday - Saratoga  - South Bay McKenzie Park in Los Altos Hello Social "B"s. Join us on a leisurely ride heading up Mt. Eden, then meandering through The Maze to downtown Saratoga where we will stop for a snack break in a local park (bring - no place to buy) before heading back via Seven Springs Parkway. Meet at McKenzie Park in Los Altos (near tennis courts) at 10 AM for 10:15 AM departure.  Rain cancels. Leader Alternates:  DEC/FEB/APR/JUN   Mike Jenkins ( or 408-239-6131) JAN/MAR/MAY       Duane Linden (Duane Linden) Route sheet:  4th Sunday B Ride (Saratoga)  or GPS: Map/GPS File   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.  Dog and Horse Hills Ccw Remote (Starbucks Coffee, Camarillo) *Eastern County Ride* - Southern CA 5850 Mission Oaks Blvd., Camarillo, CA (map) DescriptionCIBike Guest SignUp and Waiver. REQUIRED of all guests of the Channel Islands Bike Club. 0 8:30am, 34 miles, "B" Ride with moderate climbs. Departing from Camarillo's Mission Oaks Park is a beautiful "Remote Ride" route into the citrus and avocado orchards of Moorpark and Somis while stopping at the Starbucks for food and drink at the end of the ride. There is an "escape route" anywhere along the ride. Ride Coordinator: Mike Stewart 805-889-4469. 0 Ride w/GPS Turn by Turn Route Map  - CIBike Club members    Ride w/GPS Route Map  - public Janus Sequential Centuries - Day Two - Southern CA See above for background on these centuries. Today is the clockwise route. It=s the reverse of yesterday so it starts with the downhill on Potrero. Then it=s on to Ventura and up to Ojai, over Dennison Grade to Santa Paula and over Grimes Canyon to Moorpark and back. Although more of the climbing is in the 2nd half of the ride today, it tends to be less steep than day one and I feel it is a little easier. In the years I rode both days, I usually had a faster time on the 2nd day despite being tired from riding day one. The metric route stays with the full century for the first 32 miles and cuts straight over to the Moorpark area to rejoin the full century on the final few miles of the return. This metric century cuts out much of the climbing of the full century. START: The start location today is the same as day one B see above. (Full Century 101 mi and 5100 ft, Metric Century 65 mi and 2600 ft)