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Pedaling Paths to Independence
2/24/2018 E-Mail: Community Center for the Blind 62 (209) 298-1372

Pre-season metric and quarter centuries to benefit Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired. Both routes leave Linden (near Lodi), California, and traverse bucolic roads through orchards and vineyards. Fully stocked rest stops provide fuel and hydration along both routes. Fees include maps, route sheets, route markings, pre-ride tech support, SAG vehicles, radio communications, and the best food ever! Proceeds provide the information, tools, and resources that empower and inspire people who are blind to achieve their full potentials.


Campagnolo GranFondo San Diego
4/8/2018 E-Mail: Campagnolo 102, 56, 34, 20

The Campagnolo GranFondo San Diego is well known as San Diego's Finest Cycling Event! The Ride --Southern California meets Italy in this celebration of cycling, food, and San Diego’s picturesque water front. Held in beautiful Downtown San Diego, the two-day festival features a mass-start, timed GranFondo with 4 route options, timed King and Queen of the Mountain, The Bike & Fitness Expo, challenging and picturesque routes, outstanding Campagnolo ride support, and delicious food on course.


Tierra Bella Bicycle Tour
4/14/2018 E-Mail: Almaden Cycle Touring Club 35 63 100 125 1-408-255-7957

4/14/18 Tierra Bella Bike Tour: No Foolin! Join Almaden Cycle Touring Club's (ACTC) 41th annual ride through the scenic country roads of Morgan Hill and Gilroy, beginning and ending at Gavilan College in Gilroy. Includes hot catered meal, 6 rest stops with fruit, snacks, baked goods and drinks, SAG support, and a free commemorative patch. Families are welcome! Team discounts! Choose between 4 beautiful routes: ride the easier 35 mi. (56K) reservoir loop; enjoy a hilly & rolling metric century (62 mi.); or ride our challenging 100 mi. (160K) or 124 mi. (200K) route. Register early and save. Through January 31, 2017: $65 per rider / $130 per family (1 or 2 adults & their minor children). Feb 1 – Feb 28: $75 per rider / $150 per family. Mar 1 – Apr 14 14: $85 per rider / $170 per family. Registration closes when the number of riders reaches 2,000.


45th Annual Primavera Century
4/22/2018 E-Mail: Fremont Freewheelers Bicycle Club 25 63 85 100

Ride the best of East Bay’s scenic roads on the Primavera Century! Climb the challenging Calaveras Wall, then cycle the scenic route along Calaveras Reservoir. Ride past Livermore vineyards and wineries, and wind turbines of Altamont Pass. After lunch at a winery, it’s up and over the tree-shaded Palomares Road with a thrilling descent to Niles Canyon. Return to start for a hearty meal. The 25-mile Fun Ride: Bicycle through scenic Coyote Hills Park with colorful wildlife and scenery. Four Beautiful Routes to choose from! • Century: 100 miles • 85 mile Option: 86 miles • Metric Century: 100K, 63 miles • Fun Ride: 25 miles, mostly flat, (464 ascent)


Ride for Mom
5/12/2018 E-Mail: Ride for Mom, Inc. 10 35 77 209-527-9899

Ride for Mom is a community organized charity cycling ride for family and friends staged on the day before Mother's Day in Modesto,California. It includes 10, 35 and 77 mile routes, lunch, SWAG and SAG. Proceeds are distributed to community beneficiaries who embrace "Be Active. Eat Healthy. Live Better."


Rotary Gold Country Challenge
5/19/2018 E-Mail: Rotary Club of Grass Valley 100, 75,55,35 mile courses 530-876-6480

Challenging ride through the gold country of Western Nevada County


Strawberry Fields Forever XX1X
5/20/2018 E-Mail: Cyclists for Cultural Exchange 30 65 100 831-818-5656

On Sunday, May 20, 2018, Strawberry Fields Forever XX1X offers 30, 65, and 100 mile bicycle rides through some of Santa Cruz County’s most picturesque regions. It is a fully supported event including rest stops with food, beverages and music. There is lunch for the participants on the 65 and 100 mile rides and at the end of the ride, all participants receive a hot gourmet meal with strawberries dipped in chocolate ganache. There is SAG Support for equipment and physical breakdowns.

Please register for the event at: strawberryfields.org


Santa Cruz Mountains Challenge
7/21/2018 E-Mail: santa cruz county cycling club 45, 75, 101, 135 831-462-4884

If you like bicycling on mountain roads through redwood forests, sign up for the 20th annual Santa Cruz Mountains Challenge, a road bike event. This July 21st fundraiser for the Santa Cruz County Cycling Club offers four routes—135, 101, 75 and 45 miles, with elevation gains ranging from 3,500 to 13,500 feet. Start from Baskin School of Engineering, 1156 High St., Santa Cruz 95064. Fantastic food and friendly volunteers! Register at: santacruzmountainschallenge.com





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