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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.

 

Wheels4Recovery
9/2/2017 E-Mail: Support4Recovery 509-426-0223

Support4Recovery would like to invite you to our 4th annual Wheels4Recovery Bike Ride on Saturday September 2nd. This year we are excited to introduce our new route: "The McEwen 3B" which takes us along the Carquinez waterfront, up McEwen Road and over The Three Bears. Before the ride, enjoy a fresh cup of Peet's coffee and refreshments at Sports Basement in Walnut Creek as well as lunch from Kinder’s at the completion of the ride. On behalf of Support4Recovery and the recovery community of Contra Costa County we would like to thank you for all your support. If you would like to donate to Support4Recovery, visit our website at http://support4recovery.org/wheels-4-recovery and click on “Donate”. We look forward to seeing you there!

 

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

 

Unknown Coast Weekend
9/16/2017 E-Mail: Sierra Nevada 100 530-343-8356

Join us for a fun-filled weekend touring the quiet coastal towns of Ferndale, Honeydew, and Petrolia. The ride starts and finishes in Ferndale and consists of two extremely hilly, scenic days – 65 miles on Saturday and 35 miles on Sunday. You will start riding through the lush, green Eel River Valley on meandering roads that weave their way through groves of majestic redwoods trees, then you'll ride along the beaches of Cape Mendocino; and finally, along the crest of Rainbow Ridge. Registration includes optional camping at the Fairgrounds on Friday night, gear transportation, detailed route map, overnight accommodations at the Mattole Camp & Retreat Center, post-ride snacks, dinner on Saturday, breakfast on Sunday, and SAG support...and plenty of fun!

 

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.

 

Edible Pedal 100
9/17/2017 E-Mail: Rotary Club of Reno Sunris 10,34,50,74,199 775-393-9158

Ride start/end address-Bowers Mansion: 4005 Old Highway 395 North, Washoe Valley, NV 89704 Distance: 10, 32, 50, 74 miles and Nevada 150K Type of event: Century road bike ride, fundraiser Registration fee includes: Challenging course, fully equipped ride stops, SAG, water bottle, maps, post ride BBQ ticket, priceless views, camaraderie and an unbeatable sense of accomplishment. Course description-something for everyone! * New in 2017 ! 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-searin

 

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.

 

Whitney Classic
9/23/2017 E-Mail: Summit Adventure 132 5596423899

he Whitney Classic is an endurance bicycling fundraiser for Summit Adventure. Over half of Summit Adventure’s annual budget is raised through donations.This 135-mile bicycle fundraiser ride traditionally starts at Badwater, Death Valley (-282 feet), which is the lowest point in the continental United States and ends 135 miles away at the Portal to Mt.Whitney, which is the highest mountain in the continental United States. Due to a safety study in DVNP in 2014 the 2014 and future Whitney Classics follow a new route. The 2017 route begins in Lone Pine, Ca and ends at the Portal to Mt Whitney 132 miles later. The 2017 route will provide plenty of challenge as it includes over 14,900 ft of elevation gain. Summit Adventure is a non-profit Christian wilderness organization that uses adventure programming, service, and cultural immersion as tools to challenge people of all ages and backgrounds to a spiritual, physical, emotional and relational adventure. Funds raised will go toward Summit Adventure’s general fund, which includes programs for youth, families, schools, churches and individuals with disabilities.

 

FestiVELO Diwali
9/30/2017 E-Mail: Asha For Education Silicon Valley 5K 25K 50K

FestiVELO Diwali is a fun family bike ride.Young or old, beginner or advanced, we have routes designed for everyone. Add a spin to your day by taking on one amongst 3 cracking routes (The Sparkler: 5km, The Spinner: 25KM and The Rocket: 50KM) as you explore the sights and sounds of South Bay. And there's more! All routes lead right to fun, food and festivities at Bay Area Diwali Festival of Lights. Early Bird Registration Ends on Aug 30th. Ride Details "50km" Rocket : 28.2 mil/ 870 ft "25km" Spinner : 14.8 mi/ 530 ft "5km" Sparkler : 3.1 mi / 90 ft Location Parking: Parking Lot A, DeAnza College, Cupertino Start: Faria Elementary School, Cupertino Finish: Memorial Park, Cupertino

 

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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