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Incarnation 100
6/10/2017 E-Mail: Incarnation Homeless Services 30 45 65 100

Scenic and 30 and 45 mile routes through rolling vineyards and farmland, and metric and full centuries that include a climb over the infamous Sweetwater Springs Rd. Registration fee includes a gourmet BBQ, wine and beer tent. Proceeds benefit Sonoma county homeless services.


Incarnation 100 Homeless Services Benefit
6/10/2017 E-Mail: Church of the Incarnation 100, 65, 45, 30

Not only does it benefit the homeless, it promises to be a great ride for all types of cyclists, from those that are avid to those that are more recreational! The 30 mile route is a leisurely ride through the oak-studded farmland and rolling vineyards between Sebastopol and Santa Rosa. With minimal elevation gain and lots of shady trees, it is an ideal route for recreational cyclists. There will be one rest stop along the way. The 45 mile route is fairly flat, with only a 147 feet elevation change. We picked a course that avoids large, challenging hills while still featuring the best pastoral scenery of Sonoma County. The 45 mile route also has one rest stop along the way. The 100 KM route is identical to the 45 mile route, but adds in the fun challenge of the hidden gem adored by many local Sonoma County cyclists – Sweetwater Springs Road! At the summit of Sweetwater Spring Roads we’ll have a water station, and at the end you will be greeted by a rest stop in Guerneville. Sweetwater Springs Road is indeed quite the challenge – check out the Routes tab on this website for the elevation map. The 100 mile route includes everything on the 100 KM route, plus heads up north to Healdsburg before going down to Sweetwater Springs Road. And later you’ll head out further west to Valley Ford by way of the Bohemian Highway. The 100 mile route is a grand tour of the best cycling in Sonoma County! And then there is the after party, featuring a gourmet meal and live music! We are grilling tri-tip and veggies. We’re also grilling organic, vegetarian-fed, antibiotic-free chicken from Petaluma Poultry, and serving you lots of other food, with amazing local wine – including Preston and Coppola – and beer from Lagunitas! Your friends and family will be able to join you, as meal tickets will be sold.


Team NPF Cycle Napa Valley
6/10/2017 E-Mail: Novartis 18 or 60 mile 503-546-5566

Name: team NPF Cycle Napa Valley Date: Saturday June 10th, 2017 Time: 7:30am-1pm Location: Napa County Fairgrounds in Calistoga, CA. Cost: $25 Registration fee, and $200 fundraising Registration Discount Code: 15Napa for $15 registration discount! Event Website: www.teamnpf.org/NapaCycle Ride Description: At the 2017 Team NPF Cycle Napa Valley event, you will have a wheel good time raising funds for a cure for psoriasis, and psoriatic arthritis. Psoriatic disease effects an estimated 8.1 million Americans, or 2-3 percent of the population. Two great rides to choose from (18 miles or 60 miles), both include supported rest stops, SAG vehicles and bike mechanics. Upon completing your ride, enjoy lunch, beverages (agua fresca, beer, wine), and music as we celebrate our collective accomplishments and make a difference to those with psoriatic disease.


Cycle The Sierra
6/16/2017 E-Mail: Hammer, Clifbar, Primal, Guayaki, Others 5 Days - 300 Miles 530-320-1625

CYCLE THE SIERRA is an annual cycling event that takes place in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Northern California. This fully supported, five-day journey takes riders on a 300-mile loop through breathtaking country, beneath granite peaks, to alpine hot springs. We’ll ride through iconic locations like Lake Tahoe and the area where gold was discovered starting the California Gold Rush, over the 4th highest bridge in the US, and through numerous historical communities along the way. Each day cyclists will travel roughly 60 miles. At night, we’ll camp together under the stars. Camps will feature delicious food, live music, a beer and wine garden, massage therapists, bike mechanics and other cyclists letting loose on vacation from all over the United States. If you like being a part of truly beautiful mountain scenery, good food and live music, relaxing with a cold beer after a great ride, spending time with old friends and meeting new, CYCLE THE SIERRA is an ride you don't want to miss


35th Annual Mile High 100
6/17/2017 E-Mail: Lake Almanor Area Chamber of Commerce 530-258-2426

35th Annual Mile High 100: Chester Park. 108 mi. century, 56 mi. metric, 33 i. half metric. Located where the scenic Southern Cascades bump into the gentle Northern Sierra, the Mile High 100 will treat you to an exciting day on the back roads through the lush green forests surrounding Lake Almanor and the Indian Valley. Breathtaking views of Mt. Lassen. Four rest stops with delicious high-quality natural foods, along with SAG and all the fresh mountain air you can handle. A catered lunch will be offered at the finish line for all participants and a second lunch is offered at Taylorsville for century riders. For more info, visit www.lakealmanorarea.com or to register, www.milehigh100.com.


Tour de Fronds
6/17/2017 E-Mail: Powers Lions Club 30, 45, 58, 61, 72, 77, 117 5415985087

5 rides, 30-117 miles, rural forest mostly single lane roads through scenic Siskiyou National Forest and Bureau of Land Management Lands. 2 asphalt/gravel adventure rides; one to the Old Agness Store on the Rogue River and the other past the largest Port Orford Cedar in the world.


Country Coast Classic Bike Ride
6/24/2017 E-Mail: Country Coast Classic Inc 25 45 72 8059272535

The 17th Annual Gene Cerise Country Coast Classic Bike Ride takes place on scenic routes of rolling hills and beautiful coastline of the central California coast. There are three levels of rides to choose from: The ¾ Century Ride: This ride provides 72 miles of challenge for advanced cyclists. The route goes up to the top of Hwy 46 and back to Hwy 1 before heading north along the coast up to Ragged Point. Rest Stops with scrumptious goodies are found along the way at the "top of 46", Vista Point and at Ragged Point. Riders must ride single-file on a narrow shoulder on the northern portion of this route to Ragged Point. See website for Route Map & Profile The ½ Century Ride: A 45 mile intermediate ride with a bit of a challenge. Pedal up Hwy 1 from the Pinedorado Grounds in Cambria to Ragged Point and back. This route has one hard hill climbing up to Ragged Point. Rest Stops with scrumptious goodies are found along the way at Vista Point and at Ragged Point. Riders must ride single-file on a narrow shoulder on the northern portion of this route to Ragged Point. This ride ia a good test of your riding skills. See website for Route Map & Profile The ¼ Century Ride: Fun! Short & sweet: a gentle ride starting from the Pinedorado Grounds in Cambria up the coast to the Elephant Seal Rookery and back. Ride the whole way for 25 miles or just to Hearst Castle and back for 15 miles. This is a great choice for families since this section of Highway 1 has wide shoulders. A well-supplied rest stop awaits you at the Vista Point turnaround. See website for Route Map & Profile


Giro Bello
6/24/2017 E-Mail: Rotary Club of Santa Rosa 28 67 102

Three gorgeous ride options showcasing scenic Sonoma County wine country. Constantly changing terrain including Alexander Valley, Dry Creek Vineyards, and West County redwoods make this ride a “must do” for every cyclist. Ride includes well stocked rest stops, yummy lunch stop with custom made sandwiches, post ride meal, Expo with live music and of course, Lagunitas beer!


Giro Bello
6/24/2017 E-Mail: The Rotary Club of Santa Rosa 102 67 28 7075384770

Three gorgeous ride options showcasing scenic Sonoma County wine country. Constantly changing terrain including Alexander Valley, Dry Creek Vineyards, and West County redwoods make this ride a “must do” for every cyclist. Ride includes well stocked rest stops, yummy lunch stop with custom made sandwiches, post ride meal, Expo with live music and of course, Lagunitas beer!


7/15/2017 E-Mail: TAILWINDS BICYCLE CLUB OF SANTA MARIA 28, 62, 102 miles

Take advantage of our Early Bird special: $60 until May 20th. Escape the city life. Ride through beautiful countryside on open roads. Delicious goodies abound at our rest stops for all riders and a generous lunch is provided for the 100 milers. World Famous Santa Maria Style BBQ, prepared by our own Santa Maria Elks Lodge 1538, is for everyone at the end of their ride. Vegans welcome!Support and Gear (SAG) available for those who have mechanical problems or need assistance. The course is well marked. Detailed route instructions are provided to each rider. Register today on ACTIVE.COM.


CF Cycle for Life
7/17/2017 E-Mail: Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 415-989-6500

7am registration time, 8 am start time $150 minimum fundraising, 25, 40, or 65 mile routes. Get your wheels in motion and join us for our 8th annual bicycle event as we ride through some of the most picturesque and scenic terrain in the Coastal town of Half Moon Bay. CF Cycle for Life is a fully-supported ride with route options of 25, 40, and 65 miles. From breakfast to our cycle post party, you can enjoy fully stocked rest stops every 10-12 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. Registration Fee Schedule: 11/01/2016 – 04/30/2017 – $35 05/01/2017 – 06/16/2017 – $4


santa cruz mountains challenge
7/29/2017 E-Mail: santa cruz county cycling club 45, 75, 100, 132

Santa Cruz Mountains Challenge has it all; a course that is diversely beautiful and as challenging as it comes, while you are amply supported by enthusiastic volunteers offering yummy food. What is this well-organized ride missing?...the hefty entry fee, huge lines and too-crowded roads you’ll find at equally as challenging events such as The Death Ride. If you have the gumption to take on the steep climbs through tranquil redwood forests, screaming descents to the gorgeous California coastline, all on a course that is as tough as it is stunning, Santa Cruz Mountains Challenge will then go at the top of your list of rides you were the most pleased you were able to actually finish.


Tour de Big Bear
8/5/2017 E-Mail: Big Bear Cycling 25 50 70 106 125

Join the fun and register TODAY for the 2017 Tour de Big Bear! Last year’s Tour de Big Bear was the biggest and best event ever! Weather was PERFECT, the ride and aid stations were SPECTACULAR and the New Belgium Brewing beer garden, Expo and Tour de Big Bear Raffle were the BEST EVER! No wonder it was voted Southern California’s FAVORITE Ride! Rider amenities are simply the best including traffic controlled intersections, newly paved roads, aid stations with the best food of ANY RIDE, ANYWHERE, King/Queen of the Mountain for cash and prizes, ride shirt/finishers medal and rider goodie bag that are simply AWESOME!


Ebbetts Pass Century
8/19/2017 E-Mail: Mountain Adventure Seminars 100, 65, 50 and 25 209-753-6556

Century, Metric and Half start from Bear Valley on Scenic Highway 4 to tour Spicer Reservoir Road and then up and over Ebbetts Pass and Pacific Grade in Alpine County.


Tour of the Napa valley
8/20/2017 E-Mail: Eagle Cycling Club, Napa, CA 35 40 65 100 707-253-7000

Four Great Rides to Choose From! Century- Climbs on the east and west sides of the valley offer grand redwoods and vast vistas with 6,450 feet of climbing that gives you the complete Napa experience. 65 - Wineries and vineyards give way to farmscapes as you pass Lake Hennessey and roll through Pope Valley 40 - Venture from the vines of the Valley floor to the shores of Lake Hennessey, rise through Sage Canyon, and return via picture-perfect Chiles Canyon. 35 - A Napa experience introduction: Beautiful vineyards and well-known wineries line your path with few hills to disrupt your pleasure.


Motherlode Century
9/10/2017 E-Mail: Motherlode Century 35 66 82 95 5305450698

September 10, 2017 Motherlode Century Fall Classic Rolling through ranch, forest, farms, and vineyards the 5th Annual Motherlode Century fulfills what avid cyclists search for. The 35 mile (2,824’ of climbing) loop provides a sampling of all the good elements of riding in the Gold Country, while the 66 mile (6,430' gain), 82 mile, and 95 mile (9,177' gain) routes add a remote canyon with two rewarding climbs and awe inspiring scenery. Attentive SAG support ensures riders a comfortable experience, and everyone will enjoy well stocked aid stations, a big lunch (66 - 97 mile riders), and delicious riverside dinner welcomes you at the finish. Post ride soak in the cool river, hot showers, massage, craft beers and local wines. This ride helps support the Friends of El Dorado Trails, building trails throughout the County. Our host venue offers $10 camping, tent cabins, RV spaces and cabins to serve all your lodging needs; or try some of th


Edible Pedal 100
9/17/2017 E-Mail: Rotary Club of Reno Sunris 10,32,54,74,93 775-393-5198

Type of Ride: Road Pace: You set your own; Terrain: Easy to difficult Depart Time: 6:30 am -10:00 am Meeting Place: Bowers Mansion State Park, Washoe Valley, 21 miles south of Reno, NV, on Old Highway 395 Description: ● Leisurely 10-mile route through picturesque Washoe Valley- great for families and cyclists seeking a taste of an organized ride. ● *Carson Cruiser, 32 miles-a very cool pedal out to Ross Gold Park and back. ● Respectable 50-mile loop with a trek along bucolic country drives through Carson City and Genoa, some climbing. ● * Dean’s Dream, 74 miles-an inspiring ride out to the Fay Luther Trailhead and back but NO Kingsbury Grade climb. ● Challenging 150K ride featuring a lung-searing, thigh-burning climb up Kingsbury Grade from Carson Valley to Lake Tahoe.


Bike-toberfest 2017
9/23/2017 E-Mail: McCloud Chamber of Commerce 30 12.5 30 12 5309643113

9/23/17 McCloud Bike-toberfest: McCloud, CA. A variety of mountain bike and road bike rides, plus the ever-popular cyclo-cross races. Rides take place on both public and rural roadways, including the Great Shasta Rail Trail. Rides finish in downtown McCloud at the Bike-toberfest Festival. Riders and attendees will enjoy live music, brats, and beer while strolling through a variety of craft booths. Fore more information and to learn how to register, please visit www.mccloudchamber.com/mccloud-events//bike-toberfest or call (530)964-3113.


The Wildcat Granfondo
10/14/2017 E-Mail: Shasta Wheelmen & Ride Redding 15, 25, 50, 70, 106, 126 5302211883

6 rides: 15,25,50,70,106,126 miles. Start/Finish is at Palo Cedro Community Park in Palo Cedro, about 10 miles east of Redding. Rides climb into the foothills among the towns of Manton, Shingletown, Whitmore, and Oak Run. Lightly traveled rural roads with scenic routes.





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