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California Bike Rides and Events!
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Century Rides Gran Fondos Multi-Day Rides Bicycle Expos


Sea Otter Classic - April 19-22, 2018

Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, Ca

Bike to Work Day - Thursday May 10th, 2018

Bike to Work Day


If not, maybe they should! And 2018 could be the year to do it! The 2018 Bay Area Bike to Work Day is Thursday, May 10, which gives you just a little over 4 months to get ready to ride. What’s holding you back? No bike? This is a great time of year to buy last year’s models at a discount as the 2018s come in. Uncomfortable riding in traffic? Start slow by riding on weekend mornings when traffic is light to get a feel for the streets, and then work your way up to busier times of day. Don’t want to ride alone? Ask your neighbors and coworkers if they’ll ride with you to gt you started, or check in with your local bicycle coalition of congestion management office (see links to those organizations in all nine counties of the Bay Area on the right) for groups or other suggestions. Need a tuneup for your bike? Visit any one of the thousands of bike shops scattered across the Bay Area (and the staffs are often full of good ideas about routes, bike paths, etc.).

Whatever your reason for not riding before, now is the time to put it aside and start thinking about riding this year. Set your sights on joining us for BTWD 2018 on May 10!

Talbot's Century Ride Calendar

Upcoming Century, Half Century & Family Bike Rides

DateEvent NameLocationDescriptionPhone
Apr 21, 2018Bike Around the ButtesSutter, CABike around the Buttes was started in 1984 by a man named Leroy Ervin, a type 1 diabetic. The original ride was from Yuba City to the Redding/Red Bluff area, but it was quickly deemed to be too long and intense for the average rider. All of our proceeds stay locally and go to directly benefit diabetics in our community. Today’s ride consists of three courses around the Sutter Buttes. We have a 17.5 mile course, a 40 mile course, and a 100 mile course. Our ride comes with rest stops along the way, support and gear vehicles in case of emergency, and includes a BBQ lunch and live music after the ride. (530) 763-4171
Apr 21, 2018Sierra Century - Sacramento WheelmenPlymouth, CAThis year the Sierra Century invites you to choose an adventure from among six different routes (18-24/41/65/69/102/122 miles) through the beautiful rolling oak woodland and pine forests of Amador and El Dorado Counties, including the wine country of Fair Play and the Shenandoah Valley and the historic Gold Rush towns of Ione, Sutter Creek, Volcano, Fiddletown, Mt. Aukum and Slug Gulch. We refer to these routes as adventures because this largely undeveloped country is highly scenic and uniquely historic, the roads are in good condition with little and often no traffic, and the available routes have a wide variety of terrain. All of the routes have significant climbing. If you are looking for routes that are flat or mostly flat, this event is not for you.
Apr 21, 2018Cycle for SightNapa, CACycle for Sight has three scenic 50, 25, and 15 mile courses, that wind among the hills and vineyards of the World Famous Napa Valley. The ride starts and finishes at Justin Siena High School, 4026 Maher Street - Napa, CA 94558, where the Cycle for Sight Wine and Music Festival will take place. During the festival enjoy wine tasting from Napa Valley wineries, beer tasting from local microbreweries and local cuisine from Napa Valley restaurants, all while listening and dancing to the sounds of "Pride and Joy". Proceeds will go to two local organizations, Enchanted Hills Camp For The Blind & Visually Impaired and The California Veterans "Pathway Home Project." Our goal is to raise $100,000. We look forward to your participation.
Apr 22, 2018Primavera CenturyFremont, CAThe Primavera Century covers some of East Bay’s most scenic roads. The longer-distance routes ride past the historic Mission San Jose to the scenic Calaveras Reservoir (part of past Amgen Tour of California Routes and home to Bald Eagles), along beautiful tree lined lanes, through vineyards, to the top of Altamont Pass, past wind turbines and through scenic canyons. The Fun Ride of 25 miles goes through Coyote Hills Park with abundant wildlife.
Apr 28, 2018Ride 4 A Reason Oakland/Sacramento,CAJOIN OUR ANNUAL BIKE RIDE FROM OAKLAND TO THE CAPITOL TO SUPPORT PUBLIC EDUCATION, and raise essential funds for Oakland schools. Last year, 250 students, teachers, parents and community members pedaled from Oakland to the steps of the State Capitol to advocate for greater funding for education and reform in the way that California funds its public schools. Parents, teachers, students, and community members will ride again, April 29, 2017. Many schools in California depend on community fundraising to provide elective classes and enrichment programs — things that used to be thought of as necessary like libraries, art and music, science equipment, sports programs, and low-cost after-school activities. But community fundraising alone can’t do the really deep work needed to fully support all schools, especially in big, urban districts. California teacher salaries remain uncompetitive, and our state’s spending per pupil remains well below the national average.
Apr 28, 2018Quackcyclists Devil Mountain Double CenturySan Ramon, CAThe Devil Mountain Double Century will be part of the Triple Crown Stage Race series for 2018. Most of the ride is rural, scenic, and low on traffic. The terrain is unspoiled and rugged. The ride will be held rain or shine. While the weather is usually nice at this time of the year with lots of wildflowers and green pastures, come prepared for anything. During this time of year the weather can be a little unpredictable, with everything from a heat wave to a heavy fog or even a spring shower being possible.
Apr 28, 2018CycleNationLivermore, CACycleNation.Ride is a multi-route cycling tour of the Livermore Valley that empowers participants to harness their passion for cycling to end cardiovascular disease and stroke. In addition to the satisfaction of tackling the number one killer of Americans, CycleNation.Ride participants receive a commemorative jersey and enjoy unmatched route support, ample and well stocked rest stops, breakfast and lunch, beer and wine, entertainment, massages, and a post ride festival. Beautiful Wente Vineyard serves as the perfect backdrop for an unforgettable day of cycling and celebrating. Check out our video to see what CycleNation.Ride is all about!
Apr 29, 2018Chico Velo Wildflower CenturyChico, CAThe Wildflower has grown steadily over the years to 4,000 participants. About 3,000 riders take to the hills (Wildcat 125 or 100, and Wildflower 100 or 65), about 900 ride the Flatflowers (60, 30 or 12 mile) and over 200 young cyclists ride the Childflower 12 on the bike path to Durham and participate in the Butte Bike Coalition Bike Skills Rodeo. All the rides aim to satisfy the century rider's three biggest priorities – challenge, scenery, and food! Our routes are designed to offer 'just enough' challenge to any level of cyclist on our best rural roads lush with springtime beauty. Your rest stops are loaded with plenty of fresh baked goodies (like java, banana-walnut and lemon-poppyseed breads and raspberry and apricot granola bars), fresh fruits, salty snacks, energy bars and drinks, and each ride offers a lunch spread that accommodates any dietary constraints. And then there's the traditional rider dinner at the finish!530-343-8356
May 5, 2018Rosarita-Ensenada Fun Bike Ride!Rosarito, MexicoHead to Baja California for this award-winning 50 mile bicycle ride along the Pacific Coast and inland through rural countryside from Rosarito Beach to Ensenada. Party afterwards at the legendary Fiesta Line Fiesta on the Ensenada waterfront!
May 5, 2018Wine Country Century-Santa Rosa Cycling ClubSanta Rosa, CAYes, we are making plans for the 2018 WCC, it will happen! We lost our warehouse and all our trailers, equipment and supplies in the recent Tubbs Fire. Our landlords lost their house as well, thankfully they are safe. We are just beginning to plan how we are going to get the WCC done, how many riders we can accommodate, and how much it will cost. Also, we are currently working on a very special edition WCC jersey. We hope to show it off soon. We are very fortunate to be part of a very supportive cycling community. We have received many wonderful offers of equipment loans from other cycling clubs, and contributions of services and funds to help us recover much quicker than we could on our own. Thanks to this generosity we can all look forward to enjoying this classic cycling adventure in Wine Country.
May 5, 20183F Century-FLAT, FAST & FUN!Colusa, CAThe 3F Century is different than most centuries. It doesn't have the heart-pounding, thigh-killing climbs that many centuries have. Instead of hills, hills and more hills, the 3F Century offers a FLAT, FAST, and FUN bike ride. The total elevation gain is 591'. Boy are you going to have fun! This is an opportunity to do your personal best century time....Visit the rural towns of Meridian and Sutter. Ride through the pastoral farmlands of the Sutter Bypass, cross the Tisdale Weir, ride along the scenic Sacramento River levee road and around the unique Sutter Buttes (the smallest mountain range in the world), where John C. Fremont camped his troops in 1848 and return to Colusa along the banks of the beautiful Sacramento River.530-617-2317
May 5, 2018The Endue ClassicSan Mateo, CAENDUE Bicycle Classic is an annual celebration of life and its wonderful gifts. Ride with us and enjoy the beauty of the SF Bay Peninsula while raising awareness of the people who want to ride but can’t; those with developmental disabilities like Down’s syndrome and Autism. If you are able to ride, then we hope you grab a friend and join us at the ENDUE Classic.650-349-9879
May 5, 2018Tour of Novato & FunFairNovato, CAThe Tour of Novato and Community Fair and West Marin Metric Century are Novato-wide celebrations of our schools, and a fundraiser to support them. This year's event is Saturday, May 6, in downtown Novato. This is a day of fun for all ages that is also the largest single fundraising event for our local schools and a showcase of some of our amazing student talent. Participants can register to ride or walk one of five routes that cover a wide range of ability. Family and friends are asked to make donations to support them in their efforts to raise money for their school, or schools, of choice.
May 6, 2018Delta Century-Stockton Bicycle ClubLodi, CA The Stockton Bicycle Club invites you to the Delta Century. Bucolic Jessie’s Grove Winery , 1973 West Turner Road, Lodi, again will host the event that traverses the rural Delta roads of the San Joaquin Valley. Flat quarter (26 miles, zero elevation gain), metric (61 miles, 260 feet of elevation gain), and full (98 miles, 425 feet of elevation gain) century loops cover scenic vineyard, farm, and Delta roads–and a ferry ride across Steamboat Slough (metric and full century routes only)–with rewarding rest stops along the way. You’ll commemorate completion of your Delta Century ride on the beautiful grounds of Jessie’s Grove Winery with a delicious post ride meal catered by DeVinci’s Delicatessen and Catering Lodi and entertainment by Creative Sounds DJ and Sound Services.209-772-3775
May 6, 2018Grizzly Peak CenturyMoraga, CAThe Grizzly Peak Century has been a great success for many years. It sells out every year, so don't delay registering! Now there are four standard routes to choose from, all of them very hilly: 52 miles, 76 miles, 102 miles, and 110 miles. The latter three routes are identical for the first 73 miles (the north loop), at which point the metric century route returns to the finish while the two full century routes continue onto the south loop. The 52 mile route bypasses the middle third of the north loop. (510) 653-1771
May 6, 2018Napa Valley Tour de CureYountville, CATour de Cure offers routes from easy family rides of 10 miles or less to more challenging routes of 100 miles or more with several options in between.1-510-654-4499 x 7460
May 12, 2018Central Coast Double CenturyPaso Robles, CAThe CCD consist of two routes. A lowland and highland route. The lowland route is 197.2 miles at 12,600 ft of climbing. The traditional route (highland) is 211.4 miles and 14,000 ft of climbing. Both routes are credited toward the Triple Crown, however, only the Highland route qualifies for the Stage Race.(805) 239-4397
May 12, 2018I-Care Classic South County Century & Bicycle Tour Morgan Hill, CAFor over 25 years, the Almaden Super Lions Club has sponsored the I CARE Classic Bike Tour to raise funds to provide eye exams and glasses for children and veterans in need. 100% of the proceeds of this event are dedicated to that cause. The tour has courses for all skill levels: a 100-mile course, a 100-kilometer course, a 50-kilometer course and a 20-mile course. This is a tour, not a race, and it makes for a great family outing! Ride through the spectacular spring scenery of Morgan Hill on well mapped, marked courses with great rest stops and SAG support along the way.408.782.6287
May 12, 2018Tour de LincolnLincoln, CAThe 17th Annual Tour de Lincoln, benefiting the service projects of the Lincoln Rotary Club, will be held on May 12th. Join us for a wonderful Spring day riding the scenic backroads of Lincoln and Placer County. Register on Pre-ride pasta dinner, easy check-in, continental breakfast, multiple rest stops, and a great post-ride barbecue lunch. Rides of 10, 20, and 40 miles in length and a metric century with 3,800 feet of vertical gain are offered." (916) 645-6254
May 12, 2018Tour of Long Beach Metric CenturyLong Beach, CAJoin in the fun by participating in the Tour of Long Beach's 5-mile Free Family Fun Ride, or the picturesque 30-mile course on the bike paths and streets of Long Beach, the 62-mile through Long Beach to Newport Beach or the 100-mile Cruz Gran Fondo which loops through Long Beach then heads south down the Southern California Coast through Sunset Beach, Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and Laguna Beach. All paths lead to a full-day Finish Line Festival with live entertainment, food, beer garden and much more fun. Whether you ride for exercise or fun, join us and help support the children and families at the Jonathan Jaques Children’s Cancer Center at Miller Children’s & Women’s Hospital Long Beach.
May 12, 2018Ride for MomModesto, CAThis pre-Mother’s Day family cycling event will be held on Saturday, May 12, 2018 will include 10, 35 and 77 mile rides staged out of Johansen High School in Modesto with fully supported rest stops, SAG and lunch. Over the past six years, over 1,800 riders and 450 volunteers have participated in the event. During that time, due to the wonderful support of sponsors, volunteers and participants, RFM has distributed over $44,000 in grants and bicycles to local beneficiaries that personify “Be Active Eat Healthy Live Better”.
May 12, 2018Healdsburg Bicycle TourHealdsburg, CAJoin us as we pedal through the heart of Sonoma County Wine Country. Road and mountain bikes, skinny tires and fat tires welcome. Moderately challenging ride through the Alexander, Dry Creek & Russian River Valleys. Distance options include 20, 35 or 60 miles; gradually increasing in difficulty. The 20 mile route is rather flat, while the 35 & 60 mile routes have more rolling hills and moderate climbs. Come up for the day or spend the whole weekend with us; there is much to see and do. Healdsburg offers many lodging options and is central to more than 100 wineries. Bicycling Magazine listed Sonoma County as one of “The 7 Greatest Rides on Earth” --- alongside the likes of Tuscany, Crested Butte, and Moab. SPRING IS BUSY IN HEALDSBURG: Lodging availability typically fills up early in the year, so make your reservations early!(707) 433-6935
May 19, 2018Gold Country Cycling ChallengeGrass Valley, CARide the beautiful and historic backcountry of Nevada County. Nevada County was the heart of California’s gold rush. Surrounding the charming mining era towns of Grass Valley and Nevada City, you’ll ride through some of the most beautiful landscape California has to offer. Discover why the Amgen has selected to ride through Nevada County on multiple occasions. All rides will be fully supported with water, rest stops, lunch and SAG vehicles. Afterwards, join us at the fairgrounds (named the most beautiful in California) for a delicious, unique hot meal and live music….and of course, beer and wine (or chocolate milk if you prefer).
May 19, 2018Tour of the Unkown CoastFerndale. CAFor 39 years the Tour of the Unknown Coast has been California’s Toughest Century Ride and among the most beautiful rides anywhere. For 2017 we’re stepping up our game and are making the TUC a Gran Fondo by bringing in RaceRite to provide chip timing. We’ll have chip timing at the Dyerville (100 kilometer turnaround), at the base of the infamous “Wall” and at the finish for down to the fraction of a second computerized results. We’ll also have medals for the top three men and women in each ride. Enjoy cycling through some of the most beautiful country in the United States. In addition to participating in an invigorating and challenging ride you will be helping to support the North Coast Community.707-845-6117
May 19, 2018Sonoma County Backroad ChallengePetaluma, CAIt has been said that the Backroad Challenge is the best way to spend a Saturday outside. It’s your chance to ride one of three epic Wine Country back road routes that will take your breath away and test your resolve. Get your buddies together, drag them over the Marshall Wall, draft behind them on Chileno Valley Road, wait until that perfect moment then swing out and beat them to that cold beer and BBQ at the Backroad Festival.….No one will be disappointed. Make this the year that you took the Backroad Challenge and let your legs determine that you’re worthy.707-753-1588
May 19, 2018Tour delle Vigne • Lodi Sunrise CenturyLodi, CAThe Lodi Sunrise Rotary Club invites you to participate in our annual Tour delle Vigne Lodi Sunrise Century. The event includes a 50k, 100k and 100 mile grand tour of the beautiful Lodi region of California. Each of the routes offers scenic views of the vineyards, tranquil pastures and farm lands along lightly traveled roads. (209) 625-9890
May 19, 2018Hungry Buzzard CenturyWoodlake, CA100 mile, 63 mile, and 20 mile routes. This is a challenging century with great scenery! The ride starts in Woodlake, and provides a few miles of flat riding to warm up for the first challenge of the day: Dry Creek Road. The route then climbs up to Pinehurst, continues to Dunlap, and then to Badger before the descent to Woodlake. The ride map will include an alternate 90 mile route that eliminates the flat road back to Woodlake, for those who are looking for a great ride that doesn't quite measure up to a full century. Five rest stops.
May 19, 2018Davis Double CenturyDavis, CAThe Davis Double is the most popular double century in California. It is considered an ideal first double century. There is no “death”, “terrible”, “monster”, “devil”, or “heartbreak” in this ride. What really sets the Davis Double apart from other rides, for first-timers as well as more experienced long-distance riders, is the level of support we give our riders. There are nine rest stops in addition to a lunch stop, and multiple SAG vehicles patrol the entire course. As for difficulty, there is about 8,000 feet of climbing with a few longer climbs. Nearly all of the climbing is under 10%, primarily in the 6-8% range, and the climbing ends well before Mile 150. There is also a four-mile section of hard-pack dirt road around Mile 100 in Big Canyon. The hard-pack section of the ride is a gradual climb with a few gentle rollers.
May 19, 2018King of the Mountains Century ChallengeLebec, CALeaving the start line the climbing begins gently and then continues up and up towards the summit of Mt. Pinos. Take time to look around; the scenery here is truly beautiful, as the high desert gives way to alpine forests and gently sloping mountain meadows. After reaching the first checkpoint at Apache Saddle, prepare yourself for one of the most rewarding descents in all of Southern California. You’ll roll and then descend for 20 miles along the ridge that divides the Lockwood Valley on your left from the huge Central Valley on your right. Watch for wildlife as you pass through the Los Padres National Forest and the Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge. The descent continues at Highway 166. A left here and another onto Highway 33, and then you’ll be a few miles from your second checkpoint at “Santa Barbara Pistachio Co” in Ventucopa. Leaving “Santa Barbara Pistachio Co” you’ll follow the beautiful Cuyama Valley and Cuyama River to a left turn at Lockwood Valley Road. As you en
May 20, 2018Ride the Parkway-(formerly the Rex Ride)Sacramento, CANEW DATE! Ride the Parkway has moved to May, so get ready to log those May is Bike Month miles with a ride to benefit the American River Parkway. Grab your friends and your roadie, fixie, single-speed, or cruiser and choose from 3 different routes along the paved Jedediah Smith Memorial Bike Trail, stretching from Downtown Sacramento to the Nimbus Fish Hatchery. Rest stops will be provided along the way. All routes start and finish at William B. Pond Recreation Area.*(916) 486-2773
May 20, 2018Strawberry Fields Forever-Santa Cruz CountyWatsonville, CASFF is a fully supported event. Each route includes rest stops with food, fruits, and beverages every 20-30 miles. Lunch will be provided on the 65 and 100 mile rides. Sag support for equipment and physical breakdowns. A hot meal will greet you at the end of the ride. Fresh whipped cream and strawberries dipped in chocolate ganache conclude the menu. Come join us for a great day! Bring a friend.
May 20, 2018Apple Blossom Bike TourPlacerville, CAThe Apple Blossom Bike Tour begins and ends at the El Dorado Adventist School near the quaint downtown district of Placerville, California. The roads and trails wind their way through blooming apple orchards, vineyards and stunning mountain views. Riders can choose from three routes: the metric century, the metric half-century and the family ride. Tasty apple treats, healthy snacks and refreshing drinks will be provided at the rest stops. A post-ride meal will be served and all participants will receive t-shirts and goody bags.
May 20, 2018Davis Double CenturyDavis, CAThe Davis Double is considered an ideal first double century. There is no "death", "terrible", "monster", "devil", or "heartbreak" in this ride. What really sets the Davis Double apart from other rides, for first-time as well as more experienced long-distance riders, is the level of support we give our riders. There are nine rest stops in addition to a lunch stop, and multiple SAG vehicles patrol the entire course. As for difficulty, there is about 9,000 feet of climbing with a few longer climbs. Nearly all of the climbing is under 10%, primarily in the 6-8% range, and the climbing ends well before Mile 150. There is also a four-mile section of hard-pack dirt road around Mile 100 in Big Canyon. The hard-pack section of the ride is a gradual climb with a few gentle rollers
May 26, 2018Indian Valley CenturyGreenville, CAAll 3 rides begin in Greenville at the Greenville High School. About 30 miles from there in Genesee, California is our picturesque lunch stop and turn around for the Metric ride. For the 100 hundred mile riders, the fruit and drink rest stop is another 17 miles and a 1,500 foot climb at Antelope Lake in the Stunning Plumas National Forest. The 100 mile riders lunch stop is on the return trip down to Genesee with juice and fruit stops in between. The Metric Ride is Fast and Flat, along rich pasture, and grazing land, with streams and Wonderful various trees. The 100 mile riders climb is moderate, and up around Antelope Lake before it’s return to the valley floor. Return to Greenville and showers are to be had at the Greenville High School. Please bring a towel. Included in the fee is a lunch, rest stops, SAG wagon, and a shower at the end.
May 26, 2018GREAT WESTERN BIKE RALLY-Velo de Femme Women's RidePaso Robles, CAThe Velo de Femme is a beautiful course offering women cyclists a chance to take part in a fun 20 mile ride together with great support, camaraderie and awesome ride leaders. We kick off the ride with a group roll out and regroup at our rest stop in Templeton where we have fun activities, contests and delicious foods. To complement the Velo de Femme we have a series of clinics over the weekend at the FloraVelo booth where we'll help you with riding skills, biking confidence and basic bike maintenance. (917) 355 1317
May 27, 2018GREAT WESTERN BIKE RALLY-Giro di PasoPaso Robles, CAThe Giro di Paso is a beautiful, fully supported cycling event which takes riders over the range of hills to the West of Paso Robles and down to the Pacific Ocean before a challenging return to Paso Robles up Old Creek Road. The Scenico Route offers riders wanting shorter miles and less climbing a chance to experience the pretty back roads and winery roads around Paso Robles, Templeton and Atascadero. (917) 355 1317
May 27, 2018Art of Survival CenturyTule Lake, CALocated on the Oregon/California border riders pedal through scenic farm country and spectacular sites including the first US National Wildlife Refuge, the Valor of the Pacific National Monument and the Lava Beds National Monument where amazing geology and geography surround the rider. Rest stops combine excellent food and beverages with educational components, unique Ranger/Historian led talks. Choose routes of 109, 86, 40, two 20 mi. family friendly routes; or a 20 mi. mountain bike route through the Modoc Forest. All road routes are light on traffic and have mostly flat terrain. RV and camping sites available at Tulelake-Butte Valley Fairgrounds. Included in fees is a SAG, post ride celebratory dinner, entertainment and prizes. Silent auction table.541-273-1666.
Jun 2, 2018Lost & Found Gravel GrinderLake Davis, CAThe Lost & Found course features a perfect blend of pavement, dirt road, gravel road and historic railroad grade. Racers must choose their weapon wisely (road bike, cross bike or mountain bike). The route is 100 miles with 7,000' of elevation gain and is 80% dirt. Also available are two shorter course options; 30 miles and 60 miles. The BIG route starts at Lake Davis, located 15 minutes north of Portola, and takes racers on a rolling tour around the lake, up into the surrounding mountains and then sends them through some of the most beautiful and empty alpine valleys California has to offer. Participants can choose to race or simply ride the route and take advantage of the quality aid stations. Racers and riders from around the world will be invited to lose themselves and find this two-wheeled paradise.(530) 545-2580
Jun 2, 2018Eastern Sierra Double CenturyBishop, CAThis course has 10,200 feet of elevation gain, more than half of which is between mile 30 and mile 70. As doubles go, it’s not that tough and the views and roads are so incredible, you won’t even notice the climbing that it does have!
Jun 3, 2018Lake Tahoe-America's Most Beautiful Bike RideLake Tahoe, NevadaAmerica's Most Beautiful Bike Ride-Lake Tahoe has built a reputation for its spectacular scenery, great food and support. Boat Cruise/35-Mile Fun Ride, 72-mile ride around the Lake, and full 100-mile century are offered.800-565-2704
Jun 3, 2018Sequoia Century - Western WheelersLos Altos Hills, CAThe Sequoia Century is one of the most challenging and beautiful rides in the San Francisco Bay area. Riders will travel through Stevens Canyon, past redwood forests and through small towns to the Pacific Ocean. After a ride along the coast, riders again pass through rural areas and forests before descending a challenging route back to the start. Total distances range from 70 to 120 miles, while climbs range from 6700 to 10,000 feet. Those wishing to ride a shorter route can opt to start in Pescadero and travel 55 miles to Half Moon Bay with a climb of 4000 feet.
Jun 3, 2018Bike MS: Los AngelesPasadena, CAChoose your challenge between 30-, 60-, and 100-mile route options starting at the Rose Bowl, traveling through the stunning San Gabriel Mountains and other iconic Los Angeles landmarks. Stop at our fully-stocked rest stops with delicious and fresh options as you are cheered on by the most spirited volunteers around. Celebrate in style with friends and family at the finish line featuring live music, a spectacular beer garden, delicious food, and a feeling of camaraderie that can't be beat!
Jun 3, 2018Bike MS: Los AngelesRose Bowl, PasadenaLooking for something more than the traditional charity bike ride? Seeking a personal challenge and a world free of MS? Up for making new friends and lasting memories? Bike MS: Los Angeles is a ride that will take you farther than you've ever gone before. Choose your challenge between 30-, 60-, and 100-mile route options starting at the Rose Bowl, traveling through the stunning San Gabriel Mountains and other iconic Los Angeles landmarks. Stop at our fully-stocked rest stops with delicious and fresh options as you are cheered on by the most spirited volunteers around. Celebrate in style with friends and family at the finish line featuring live music, a spectacular beer garden, delicious food, and a feeling of camaraderie that can't be beat! Your participation will drive MS research forward faster, and deliver services to those who face the challenges of MS every day so they can live their best lives.
Jun 9, 2018Tour of Two Forests Double CenturySanta Clarita, CAClassic Doubles are more than challenging alone. They are “tours” in the true sense, an opportunity for discovery and adventure in an area not often ridden. The Tour of Two Forests has been such a classic since its first edition in 1980. It starts and ends in Santa Clarita and traverses parts of L.A., Ventura, and Kern Counties, plus the name-giving Angeles National Forest and Los Padres National Forest. It begins with an easy cruise through Piru and down South Mountain to Santa Paula and then the easy climb up into Ventura County’s sleepy hideaway of Ojai. Next you’ll ascend 30 mile Pine Mountain and enter the heart of the ride: Rugged and beautiful mountain country where a lone cyclist feels very small. Next comes Lockwood Valley (home of the “Heartbreak Hill”) to Gorman and then a rolling finish through Pine Canyon, Three Points, Elizabeth Lake, Leona Valley, and down, down, down Bouquet Canyon to the finish back in Santa Clarita. This is a big ride in more ways than one: 198
Jun 9, 2018Team NPF Cycle Napa ValleyCalistoga, CAAt the 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.503.546.5566
Jun 9, 2018Incarnation 100Santa Rosa, CAWhy ride the Incarnation 100? 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! 4 routes - 30, 45, 65 and 100 miles. 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.
Jun 10, 2018Bike the BridgesMartinez, CAJoin us for the 8th Annual Bike the Bridges. Join us for the 8th Annual Bike the Bridges. Choose from the 25mi (23.5 miles) which includes the option of riding 50K (29.5 miles) at no additional fee, the 100K (67.7 miles), or Century (102 miles) ride. . After the ride, stick around for our BrewFest with a wide variety of craft beers to enjoy. There will be live entertainment, vendor booths and more. This is definitely a family affair so grab your lounge chairs, sunscreen, along with your family and friends and make a day of it!
Jun 10, 2018Mendocino Monster-Ukiah,CAUkiah, CAThere are three rides – the Hairy Monster is 62 miles (100 kilometers) and includes 6900 feet of climbing – the Scary Monster is 100 miles (160 kilometers) and includes 9200 feet of climbing. The Merry Monster is 25 miles (41 kilometers) and includes 750 ft. of climbing. All rides start in Ukiah at Mendocino College and the Scary Monster goes all the way to the coast and back. Both rides are quite challenging but very beautiful.
Jun 16, 2018Mile High 100 - Chester,CAChester, CAThe Mile High 100 Bike Ride takes place in the Lake Almanor Area, a summer recreation mecca, every Father's Day weekend for the past 35 years. The Mile High 100 offers three rides to accommodate cyclists of all abilities; a century ride, metric century ride, and half-metric century ride - all of which include lakeside views of Lake Almanor. This ride offers 4 rest stops with lots of delicious food, SAG service, unique and breathtaking views of Lake Almanor, Mount Lassen and Indian Valley, and of course fresh mountain air. As a registered rider, you will receive an event t-shirt, goody bag, post ride lunch at Chester Park; century riders also receive a catered luncheon in Taylorsville.530-258-2426
Jun 16, 2018Terrible Two-Santa Rosa Cycling ClubSebastopol, CAIf the full 200-mile Terrible Two is more than you want, consider the Terrible 200-K: 121 miles and somewhere over 10,000' of ruggedly steep elevation gain. The route follows the infamous second half of the Terrible Two (“where the Terrible Two gets truly terrible”). We will use an attractive, rolling section of our popular Wine Country Century course to travel from the start (in Sebastopol) to the point where we pick up the TT course (the lunch stop at Warm Springs Dam Visitor Center). This includes such bike-friendly roads as Vine Hill, Wohler Bridge, Westside, West Dry Creek, and Dry Creek. Read the description of the second half of the full doubles course for a preview of what lies in store over those miles. This is an opportunity for riders new to the TT to familiarize themselves with the harder half of the course under “game day” conditions, with the full support for which the TT is known. Some may choose to do it as a test drive before tackling the full TT in a future year. F
Jun 16, 2018Tour de FrondsPowers, OregonThe Tour de Fronds is one of the most beautiful cycling events in Oregon. The Tour is your choice of scenic rides on low-traffic roads in Southern Oregon’s beautiful Coast Range. From your saddle enjoy views of old-growth forests, wildflowers, waterfalls, rivers, streams, and mountain vistas. The Tour de Fronds transverses Oregon’s premier Glendale/Powers Bicycle Recreation Area, a project of USDA Forest Service and the Bureau of Land Management. 7 rides are available from 30 to 116 miles long with different climbing and grade challenges.541-439-2418
Jun 16, 2018Cystic Fibrosis Cycle for LifeHalf Moon Bay, CAGet your wheels in motion and join us for our 9th 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.
Jun 23, 2018Castle Crags CenturyMt. Shasta, CAThis truly is a century ride with just the right amount of everything! Enjoy incredible views of some of nature's finest scenery as you ride this fabulous route. We will be offering 5 ride options this year: Super Century, Full Century, Mountain Metric Century, Valley Metric Century, and a Half-Metric Century. The rides will follow one or both of two loops – one to the south of Mt. Shasta and one to the north. All rides start and end in the beautiful Mount Shasta City Park. Here, the headwaters of the Sacramento River emerge from the base of Mount Shasta in its purest and clearest form. You will be treated to the best tasting drinking water the world has to offer! Bring a jug with you and fill up for later! With grass and shady trees, relax along the river in this heavenly location and enjoy what we hope is one of the most enjoyable bike rides you ever experience! (209) 753-7222
Jun 23, 2018Country Coast ClassicCambria, CAThis ride offers a great day of cycling fun along some of the most scenic coastline and hills in California. Beat the heat and enjoy the cool air and great scenery of the California Central Coast. Registration includes well-stocked rest stops, experienced SAG, delicious Lions Club BBQ meal and raffle ticket. The BBQ lunch will be open from 11:30am to 3pm. Addionally, a no-host pub with local premium wines and micro brew from our own 927 Beer Company are offered for your post ride enjoyment. Happy Hour opens at 11am.
Jun 23, 2018Devil's Slide RidePacifica, CARoad cyclists have a choice of three rides: the Devil's Slide Century, which, with over 9000 feet of vertical gain is quickly gaining a reputation as not only a ride of stunning beauty, but a real test of endurance, ability and strength among even the most hardcore cyclists; a challenging, beautiful Metric Century (61-mile) with ocean vistas and mountain climbs through groves of ancient redwoods; and a Metric Half-Century (36-mile) scenic round-trip along the coast. For mountain bikers we offer short- and long-loop options, both of which offer world-class views and include exclusive access to private horse trails normally off-limits to cyclists. No matter which ride you choose, you can count on full support, from start to finish.650.312.0730
Jun 23, 2018Giro Bello Sebastopol, CALast year’s routes were a big hit. We will continue to have the same routes for 2018 that will COOL you down if we have a heat spell and take you off the beaten-path on some exclusive best-kept-secret roads. We will have each route marked with a different colored arrow on the pavement, making easier for you new riders to stay on course. Here are some highlights: 1. A cool romp through the redwoods of West County at the tail-end of the Century route. 2. This Century may not have one big climb, but collectively, you’ll be gaining over 5,100 feet! 3. A trek down West Dry Creek. This beautiful route will take you through the Dry Creek Valley wine country. 4. Lunch stop in the heart of Dry Creek Valley. For the first time this year, there will be a misting tent at this rest stop for those who need some wonderful cool-down. 5. Escape route for Century riders. We’ve all had those days where we’re just not feeling it. If this happens to you, you can shave 25 miles off your707.538.4770
Jun 30, 2018Alta Alpina Challenge-Riding the Wild SierraAlpine County,CA Every rider is challenged to set a personal goal based on his or her own individual abilities. We offer five ride options, consisting of a fun ride, metric century, century, 129 miles, or 198 mile rides. Alta Alpina would like every participant to achieve their own personal goal and our members would be glad to assist in selecting an appropriate ride for your abilities. Riders can also opt for a personalized course consisting of an arbitrary combination of passes. Please contact us for more details. The Alta Alpina Challenge is a personalized event. Every rider bib is personalized based on their choice of ride. Rider's collect special pass stickers on the bib and the result can be framed as a souvenir of the accomplishment!
Jun 30, 2018Climb to KaiserFresno, CAThe Fresno Cycling Club invites all riders to take the challenge at this year’s 42nd Annual Climb to Kaiser on Saturday, June 30, 2018. We offer three rides to choose from: The traditional Climb to Kaiser, rated as one of the 10 toughest rides in America by Bicycling Magazine, The Tollhouse Century, and the Millerton Metric. The Climb to Kaiser is not an easy ride. How much you enjoy the ride will depend on your training in the months prior to the event. The Climb to Kaiser riders should be able to complete a century with 8,000 to 10,000 feet of climbing in 8 to 10 hours. We suggest that each rider have a bicycle in excellent condition, carry two water bottles and tools for doing your own minor repairs. The Tollhouse Century is 95 miles with 7,500 feet of climbing. Perfect for the intermediate climber who aspires to complete the Climb to Kaiser but wants to feel it out first and get a taste of the Fresno foothills and heat. The Millerton Metric is perfect for the beginning cli
Jul 14, 2018Graeagle Century RideGraeagle, CAThe 101 mile route has 6,615' of elevation gain and begins in the historic mill town of Graeagle, California, then heads over the Gold Lake Road and through the Lakes Basin Recreation Area to Yuba Pass, down through and around Sierra Valley, up another tough climb to Lake Davis, then down to the historic railroad town of Portola and back to Graeagle. This ride also offers two Half Century rides: a gentler 50 mile loop with 2,353' elevation gain and a tougher Half Century loop that has 4,795' of elevation gain, (begins in Graeagle, travels up the Gold Lake Highway, over Yuba Pass, down to Calpine in Sierra Valley and back to Graeagle through beautiful Mohawk Valley). We also offer a new 80 mile route that follows the Century route but leaves off the last brutal climb to Lake Davis.
Jul 14, 2018The Death Ride-Tour of the California AlpsMarkleevile, CARecognized as one of the premier cycling events in the West, the Alpine County Chamber of Commerce invites you to participate in the 30th Anniversary of the Death Ride! 530.694.2475
Jul 21, 2018Santa Cruz Mountains ChallengeSanta Cruz, CAWill you be ready for The Challenge? 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:
Jul 21, 2018Fall River CenturyFall River Mills, CAFall River Mills is nestled in a pristine northeastern California valley. The area offers many opportunities to ride in solitude with commanding views of two of California's famous volcanoes: Mt Shasta to the northwest and Lassen Peak to the south. We've planned a spectacular ride for you on a great route that capitalizes on this and other scenic wonders of the area.
Jul 21, 2018Tour de MaltNicasio, CATour de MALT is a truly spectacular bike ride through the West Marin countryside, much of it protected as farmland forever by MALT. Both the 40-mile and 60-mile rides begin at the MALT-protected Nicasio Valley Farms (routes subject to minor changes). Farms and ranches along the routes will host SAG stops. The ride ends in MALT style, with a farm-to-table lunch. This may just be the best food you've had on a supported ride!
Aug 4, 2018Marin Century & Double CenturyMarin County, CAThere are 6 ride options from which to choose. All 6 rides have some hills to climb but as long as you have done some training and are reasonably fit, there should be a challenge here for everyone. Please note however, that the Mt Tam Century and Mt Tam Double Century are technical, climbing centuries with long ascents and rapid descents and should only be attempted by competent, experienced riders. All rides start and finish at the same location, however since this is not a timed event, there will be no official "start time." There will be a initial start for the Double Century riders at 5am. With other rides going off from 6am - 8am. We encourage participants to gather and ride with old friends and new groups for added safety and fun.
Aug 4, 2018Silicon Valley Tour de CurePalo Alto, CAThe Tour de Cure is all-new and is perfect for all abilities. Choose the course that best suits you, your coworkers and friends. Members of your team do not have to sign up for the same activity so building a team is easy. All the routes will be fully supported with bike mechanics, volunteer route marshals, rest stops with food and water, cheering volunteers and more. Many Roads. One Purpose. Choose your distance and know that every mile helps make a difference. Whether you choose to ride your bike, run or walk all the roads we take lead to the same destination to fundraise for a cure.
Aug 12, 2018Tour d'Organics-SebastopolSebastopol, CAA cycling and culinary experience like no other! The Tour d’Organics gives you VIP access to some amazing organic finds in Sonoma County. Savor organic fruit and produce in this destination bicycling event. There are 4 rides to choose from so there is something for everyone – and the thrill is in the journey! … And that’s because the journey is all about the food – fresh and organic food. A rest stop at a local farm? You betch’ya. And just wait ‘til you see the harvest-fresh bounty once you roll over the finish line! Pure Sonoma County bicycle enjoyment The Tour d’Organics has a ride for everyone. Choose from an easy-peasy 16-mile Family Fun ride, a breezy 35-mile Coaster, a 65-mile Explorer and a solid 100-miler called The Full Bounty.
Aug 19, 2018Tour of Napa ValleyYountville, CA35 Mile flat coarse through Napa Valley wine country, Hilly 40 Mile, 65 mile challenging course with 3,000 ft. of climbing. 100 mile with approximately 5,000 ft. of climbing. BBQ lunch (vegetarian available) at the end of all rides.
Aug 25, 2018Carmel Valley Double CenturyCarmel, CAThe course starts and ends at the Community Church of the Monterey Peninsula (4590 Carmel Valley Rd. Carmel-By-The-Sea, CA 93923) – 11 miles northwest of Carmel Valley – a sublime pastoral river valley nestled into the towering Santa Lucia range, and is one of the finest wine growing regions in California. For 2017 it will be an out-and-back course from Carmel to Bryson-Hesperia (lunch stop) and back to Carmel. You will enjoy climbing both sides of Cahoon Summit on Carmel Valley Rd. Total mileage will be 202 miles with ~12,000 ft. of elevation gain (slightly less than the original loop course with ~14,000 ft. elevation gain)
Sep 8, 2018Tour de FuzzSanta Rosa, CAStarting & ending in Santa Rosa, Tour de Fuzz takes you on a cycling adventure — see why Bicycling Magazine chooses Sonoma County as a destination for their annual "Dream Rides". This year, you'll enjoy dozens of new, baby-butt smooth, freshly paved roads on our route (thank you Sonoma County)! Choose from: 50K Enthusiast (35 miles), cruising through some of the most stunning scenery in the world with only a few, small hills; 100K Roadie (63 miles) through beautiful, rolling vineyard landscapes (our most popular ride); 100-mile Commando, an epic ride with an awesome climb over the Geysers (not for the faint hearted!) and optional King/Queen-of-the-Mountain challenge.
Sep 8, 2018Ride4DiabetesCupertino, CATHE RIDE4DIABETES has a choice of routes designed for everyone from the occasional rider to the experienced cyclist, and even a walk/run for those that just want to be part of the experience. Join us for the after-party with delicious food & music.
Sep 9, 2018Tour De Tahoe - Bike Big BlueLake Tahoe, NevadaLake Tahoe — Big Blue, as it is referred to by many — is North America’s Largest Alpine Lake and the Jewel of the High Sierra … and the Reno Tahoe Territory of the Nevada Commission on Tourism and Bike the West invites you to experience the adventure of riding your bicycle around her 72-mile shoreline by participating in the 15th Annual Tour de Tahoe – Bike Big Blue. Bike the West has been producing America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride – Lake Tahoe for the past 25+ years and has gained a reputation as being one of best Spring rides in the country. It continues to sell out year after year leaving many riders not able to participate. This is your chance to ride around Lake Tahoe at Summer’s end offering fresh mountain air, incredible scenic beauty, great food & entertainment and managed and supported by one of the most experienced bicycle event management teams in the West.800-565-2704
Sep 15, 2018Silicon Valley Tour de CoopMountain View-Los Altos, CAAnother clucking fun event! 1,793 foks registered for the 2017 SV Tour De Coop! 32 coops, 7 coop loops and a whole lot of new coops in construction (we hope!). More in 2018!
Sep 15, 2018V3 Hopfest-Veteran's Victory Velo Bike RideSan Ramon, CAThe V3 (formerly the Veteran’s Victory Velo) takes riders through some of the most iconic and beautiful areas of the East Bay. The 30, 60, 100 mile rides are fully supported and all rest stops are stocked with everything you need to have a successful ride. Upon your return, enjoy a post-ride hot meal and join us at the Hopfest for craft beer tasting and live music.
Sep 16, 2018Edible Pedal 100Washoe Valley, NevadaThe Edible Pedal 100® is a recreational yet challenging century bike ride (not a race) that showcases Northern Nevada. Ours offers three ride distances. Families with young children and cyclists seeking a taste of an organized ride will enjoy the leisurely 10-mile route through picturesque Washoe Valley. Those interested in a respectable ride will like the 50-mile, course that includes scenic country roads through rustic towns. Serious roadies ready for a solid challenge will be thrilled with the 100-mile ride, which features a lung-searing, thigh-burning, climb up Kingsbury Grade from Carson Valley to Lake Tahoe. Ride stops include historic Carson City, Genoa and Gardnerville. Participants will savor mouthwatering local food and drink. Local farmers, ranchers, vintners, brewers, bakers and other food artisans contribute to the event. Traditionally we’ve served Nevada beef, lamb, pork, chicken as well as Mary’s free range chicken. Reno High School and Pine Middle School students grow
Sep 22, 2018Lighthouse CenturyMorro Bay, CAThe Lighthouse Century offers three routes traveling along the coast past San Simeon with two longer routes climbing into the coastal hills. Scenic vistas of the central coast and cool ocean breezes make this a beautiful classic ride, so register early.
Sep 22, 2018Napa Valley Ride to defeat ALSYountville, CAThe Napa Valley Ride to Defeat ALS and Walk is a one-day cycling event designed to appeal to every level of rider. We offer a 100-mile route (century), TWO 62-mile route (metric centuries) - one "lite" route and a NEW challenge route, a 24-mile route, and a 12-mile route. We also have a short walk around the Yountville Veterans Home for any non-cyclists! Every participant can count on support from start to finish with rest stops, SAG vehicles, and route monitors. Upon completing the tour, riders are welcomed back by cheering crowds and finish line festivities that include entertainment, a delicious BBQ lunch, and more.
Sep 22, 2018Ride the RogueRogue River, OregonAll the rides have plenty of rest stops so you can ride light, and as fast or casual as you like! Sag support is available if you need it. All rides take you through stunning areas of natural beauty and colorful history. From the majestic Table Rocks of Sam’s Valley, to the sparkling Rogue River, the vineyards of Applegate Valley and the lush splendor of Evans Valley, the experience will be one you won’t soon forget. You won’t want to miss the post race celebration at the Palmerton Park Arboretum, a beautiful park nestled along the banks of sparkling Evans Creek. Big trees, green lawns, a pedestrian suspension bridge and the friendly and supportive community make this an amazing place to hold the RTR event. This is also why we limit the amount of riders to 1200 as this location is special and it would be difficult to replace without losing the true quality of the experience. Ride the Rogue is more than a ride, it showcases the splendor of Southern Oregon’s incredible beauty, it’s 541-582-4488
Sep 29, 2018Canary ChallengePalo Alto, CAThe Canary Challenge is a fully supported bike ride, offering 5-kilometer, 50-kilometer, 75-kilometer, 100-kilometer and 100-mile rides — all with multiple food and water stops, mechanical and medical assistance, and plenty of SWAG. The rides cater to all levels of cycling strength — from children, to fixed gear bikes and tandems, to time trial champions, and Pros — the Canary Challenge is a ride for the family! The rides cruise through the foothills of the Bay Area Peninsula, with the 100K and 100-mile routes taking cyclists up and over Skyline Boulevard, through Pescadero and San Gregorio, onto Highway 1, and up the coast. A benefit for the Stanford Cancer Institute.
Sep 29, 2018Knoxville Fall Classic Double CenturyVacaville, CARegistration opens July 2018. The ride will start & finish at Vacaville’s Pena Adobe Park. It’s right off I-80, just west of Vacaville. We ride north thru Fairfield, over Mt. George, up the Napa Valley, over Howell Mtn, then along Lake Berryessa on Knoxville Road, all the way to Lower Lake, site of the lunch stop. The afternoon course heads up Siegler Canyon and over Cobb Mountain via Loch Lomond, then heads south into Middletown & Pope Valley, back beside Berryessa, then finally down Pleasants Valley.
Oct 6, 2018Cherry City Cyclists-Best of the Bay RideOrinda, CAOur BOB ride has grown. We now offer a single-century and an official CTC double-century option. Both rides start and finish in Castro Valley, California, the home of Cherry City Cyclists. Our double-century route has three legs on which you will experience many of the best and most memorable cycling roads offered in the San Francisco Bay Area. The first leg has many smaller climbs and descents as you head North to Grizzly Peak and back; it will warm you up without using you up. On the second leg, you climb and descend Mt. Diablo - so you do the hardest part of our route while you are at your best. Then the third leg takes you through three other great cycling experiences offered in the Bay Area: Calaveras Rd., the Livermore vineyards, and the Mt. Diablo foothills. The last 60 miles are gentle so you can finish the double-century without any significant, challenging climbs. Our single-century option includes Leg 2 and the Calaveras Road portion of the double-century route.
Oct 6, 2018Konocti Challenge Lakeport, CASet in beautiful Lake County, the Konocti Challenge features three challenging event courses. Riders can opt for the leisurely 40 mile course that winds through the resort and vineyard sections of north Lakeport; for the more adventuresome riders, the event also offers a 65 mile course and endurance testing 100 mile course, both of which follow the north and east rim of Clear Lake and wind into the foothills of the south and west, offering breath taking views of the lake and vineyards, which are in full bloom in October. Finally, for those who just want to have a wonderful casual ride with a few friends and family we have our 20 mile family fun ride. While less challenging than the others this 20 mile ride offers riders a very relaxing and picturesque view of Lake County and enough of a challenge for you to feel like you earned our world famous steak & chicken dinner when your done!
Oct 6, 2018Wine & Roses Bicycle RideTempleton, CAWelcome to the premier boutique wine country ride on the Central Coast. Come enjoy the beautiful scenery and outstanding terrain. The Central Coast offers some of the best rides available to cyclists. When you are finished, come celebrate your ride with a scrumptious BBQ and enjoy premier wines from Wild Horse Winery. This is a place to be among friends, old and new. Afterwards, enjoy the beautiful Templeton downtown park and explore our quaint downtown with unique shops and amazing eateries. You can also explore our world class wineries just minutes away. The Templeton Wine and Roses Bicycle Ride is limited to 350 participants.
Oct 6, 2018Grizzly CenturyNorth Fork, CA (by Yosemite)A refreshed Grizzly Century will once again offer a challenging ride, spectacular vistas, and amazing support. With changing views due to fires and drought, it is still awe inspiring. The route remains the same, challenging and fun, as always. All procedes go to improvements on the Sierra Vista Scenic Byway and other community projects. The major change is that we have a new director, Rick Garner, owner of Yosemite Bike Shop in Oakhurst. Our beloved leader of so many years, Mike Nolen, will be taking on a less strenuous role this year.
Oct 6, 2018Sacramento CenturySacramento, CAAll rides start and finish at Capitol Mall and 8th Street. With the sun rising over the State Capitol all four of the rides cross the Sacramento River on the Tower Bridge and head South towards Isleton. The Full Century rides as far as Isleton, while progressively shorter loops create the Metric Century, ½ Century and Fun Ride. The Full Century Includes 6 Delta Islands and a Ferry Crossing.
Oct 7, 2018Mount Diablo ChallengeDanville, CAThe Save Mount Diablo Challenge is a family-friendly 11.2 mile timed bike ride, starting at Athenian School in Danville and climbing up Southgate Road 3,249 feet to the summit of Mount Diablo. Cycling enthusiasts compete and prizes are awarded for several categories in a ceremony at the summit with food and beverages for all. Riders of all ages are welcome to join in this event! Riders can compete on any type of non-motorized bicycle, including tandems, uni-cycles and hand powered vehicles. All proceeds benefit Save Mount Diablo’s land conservation efforts to create a national park-sized wilderness in your backyard for you, wildlife and future generations to enjoy.(925) 947-3535
Oct 13, 2018Asti Tour de VineCloverdale, CARide on uncrowded routes through charming rural valleys, past autumn-hued vineyards, alongside the Russian River, and on pathways overlooking Lake Sonoma. We have 5 rides to choose from, the easy carefree 25k for the beginner rider to our 100 mile challenge we call the Rockpile Rumble. A new tour added this year will include a 100m flat ride. Along the way, enjoy our harvest-themed rest stops and healthy foods and snacks included with your registration SAG support too. At the end of your ride, a bountiful luncheon, prepared by the Cloverdale Rotary Club and served with wine, awaits you in Cloverdale at the Historic Asti Winery. Our region boasts lovely bed and breakfast inns, vacation rentals, and lodging facilities and it’s close to wineries, shops, recreation and fine dining. This bicycle tour is a fundraiser for the Rotary Club of Cloverdale. We will be using the proceeds from this event for local scholarships for students, and support for many local and international projects.
Oct 13, 2018Bass Lake Powerhouse Double CenturyClovis, CAThis is a strenuous event. Only experienced, long-distance cyclists should attempt this ride. The Fresno Cycling Club Support Team will do everything possible in order for you to complete this double century. Having said that, finishing the ride shall not take precedence over safety. If the Support Team feels it is not safe for a rider to physically, mentally, or mechanically continue, the rider will be pulled from the course. A conditioned rider should finish this ride within 20 hours.
Oct 13, 2018Wheels for Meals RidePleasanton, CAWe're addressing an important issue that affects many seniors in Alameda County. We created the Wheels for Meals Ride so that anyone at any age can contribute. Please share this page with your family and friends. Your involvement is critical to our success. Help us close the hunger gap among the senior community. Thank you again for your support.
Oct 13, 2018Golden Hills CenturyKnights Ferry, CAThe Stanislaus County Bicycle Club invites you to ride with us in the Golden Hills Century. Enjoy a fun-filled family event that celebrates the charm and beauty of the golden California foothills. The 2018 Golden Hills Century features three routes at different cycling levels on the rural roads of the Sierra Nevada foothills, starting and ending in historic Knights Ferry. The Golden Hills Century is a fundraising event supporting the Second Harvest Food Bank’s Food 4 Thought program along with other projects including bicycle safety, bicycle advocacy, helmets for kids, ride leader training, and Share-The-Road-Signs. Descriptive route maps will be available at the start/finish. Routes will be well-marked. Radio-dispatched support provided by the Stanislaus Amateur Radio Association. Additionally, all participants will enjoy: Continental Breakfast, well-supplied Rest Stops, Bicycle mechanic will be on duty in Knights Ferry at the start. And enjoy the post-ride festivities.
Oct 20, 2018Foxy's Fall CenturyDavis, CADavis Bike Club extends this invitation to ride and enjoy our premier late-season cycling event – Foxy’s Fall Century. Often described as the ideal first century ride, it offers challenges, distances, and scenery for riders of all levels.
Oct 20, 2018Solvang Autumn Double CenturySolvang, CAJust as beautiful, but significantly more challenging than the Spring event! A spectacular double century route in Southern California’s most popular cycling region! 194 miles with about 11,500' of climbing!
Nov 17, 2018Death Valley CenturyFurnace Creek, CACYCLING IS BACK IN DEATH VALLEY! Century & Half Century Options! LIMITED TO 300 CYCLISTS. This epic route is both scenic and challenging, covering 100 miles with about 4,500' climbing. The first 55 miles is an out and back to Badwater and beyond. The next 46 miles include a challenging 6.5 mile, 2000' climb up Daylight Pass (Mud Canyon) to Hells Gate and back via Beatty Road.

Talbot's Gran Fondo Calendar

Upcoming Gran Fondo Rides

DateEvent NameLocationDescriptionPhone
Apr 21, 2018Sea Otter-Gran Fondo Carmel Valley-92-mileMonterey, CAThe Velofix Gran Fondo Carmel Valley is a combination group ride and tour taking place on Saturday, April 21, 2018 along a 91-mile wine country course. All levels of cyclists are welcome and riders will receive mechanical and medical support, feed zones, and post-ride complimentary lunch and massage.
Apr 21, 2018Sea Otter-Mountain Bike Tour-22-mileMonterey, CAMountain bike riders can take this 19-mile ride through the Fort Ord National Monument on Saturday, April 21, 2018. All levels of cyclists are welcome and riders will receive mechanical and medical support, feed zones, and post-ride complimentary lunch and massage.
Apr 21, 2018Sea Otter-Gravel Grinder Tour-32-mileMonterey, CAThe Gravel Grinder Tour is a 29-mile ride through the Fort Ord National Monument on roadways and trails taking place on Saturday, April 21, 2018. All levels of cyclists are welcome and riders will receive mechanical and medical support, feed zones, and post-ride complimentary lunch and massage.
Apr 21, 2018Sea Otter-Gran Fondo Coastal-51-mileLaguna Seca, CAThe Velofix Gran Fondo Coastal is a combination group ride and tour taking place on Saturday, April 21, 2018 along a 51-mile oceanside course. All levels of cyclists are welcome and riders will receive mechanical and medical support, feed zones, and post-ride complimentary lunch and massage.
May 12, 2018Tour of Long Beach-Cruz Gran FondoLong Beach, CAThe 100+ mile Cruz Gran Fondo brings Italian cycling culture to Southern California. The course will take cyclists along the Tour route then down Pacific Coast Highway through Huntington Beach, Newport Beach, Irvine, and Laguna Beach before returning. Professional Cyclist Tony Cruz will be leading the ride along with members of Long Beach's Lightening Velo Cycling Team. Riders will finish at the Marina Green Park where finisher's medals, food and refreshments are available. Participants receive a goodie bag, event t-shirt, finisher's medal and entry into the Finish Line Festival.
Jun 23, 2018RBC Gran Fondo-Silicon ValleyEast Palo Alto, CAhe creators of the largest Gran Fondo in North America are expanding to a brand new location in 2018: Silicon Valley. Set in California’s high-tech venture capitalist heartland and a true cycling paradise, the event will see a grand new hub of cycling established on Saturday June 23, 2018. The first year is strictly limited to 1000 cyclists with registration now open.
Aug 18, 2018MCBC Solstice Dirt FondoFairfax, CAWe think the best way to honor Marin’s miles of bike legal trails is to ride them! The Dirt Fondo series lets you experience the beautiful variety of terrain in a low-key social ride atmosphere, with all the perks of tech support and planned routes. Celebrate the long days with a long ride! The Marin County Bicycle Coalition is proud to announce the return of the Solstice Dirt Fondo, an all-day mountain bike ride in August 2018. We encourage bicyclists of all skill levels to join us on a dirt tour of the trails and fire roads of central and west Marin, starting and ending at the Mountain Bike Hall of Fame! This Dirt Fondo is limited to 150 riders and includes amazing support, great swag and a top notch BBQ social at the end. The 39 mile ride starts in Fairfax and includes trails at Tamarancho and on Marin County Open Space perserves. While not everyone is prepared to ride such a distance, we encourage all interested parties to give it a try. There will be shorter route options o
Sep 8, 2018Mammoth Gran FondoMammoth Lakes, CA Following a major trend in the recreational cycling events world, we have transitioned the 25 year old High Sierra Fall Century into the Mammoth Gran Fondo. Converting to the Fondo format gives all of our 102 mile riders the same high-end Fondo experience including great support, rest and food stops, on-course SAG, a great after-ride buffet meal and party and timed results for age, gender and for the whole Fondo field. Although almost everyone has a cycling computer, it is still a lot of fun to see how you did versus everyone else on the ride and at $89, this has to be one of the best deals anywhere in the high-end Century or Gran Fondo world. We'll do our best to give you a world-class Fondo experience in Mammoth Lakes and the amazing Eastern High Sierra mountains!
Sep 8, 2018Gran Fondo Whistler-British Columbia, CanadaVancouver, B.C, CanadaThe training kilometers are behind you; now you’re lining up at the startline with 4500 others, full of nervous excitement and anticipation. And then suddenly you’re off; the click of shoes fixing to their cleats combining with a symphony of rolling wheels proceeding as one round the leafy dawn of Stanley Park. Soon, the road will deliver you onto the majestic Sea-to-Sky corridor, with the vast Pacific Ocean and shimmering turquoise of Howe Sound awaiting to inspire you for the challenge ahead. With full waterbottles on your bike and fresh mountain air filling your lungs, you’re fully alive in the moment. Take in the smiles of those around you, the cheers of the crowds and your own inner determination. Whistler awaits, and beyond that one epic celebration. Here comes one of the rides of your life.
Oct 5, 2018Levi Leipheimers King Ridge Gran FondoSanta Rosa, CAIn an effort to make Levi’s GranFondo a ride in which almost any cyclist can participate, riders in the GranFondo have the choice of four separate routes. Regardless of what type of riding appeals to you or what fitness level you’re currently enjoying, we’ve got a route that works for you. The Gran route is a 103-mile journey of grandeur through the towering and enchanted forests, bare ridgetops, and pucker-worthy descents. When it comes to scenic wonder, the 65-mile Medio route is neck and neck with the Gran. The Piccolo route is created solely for recreational and beginner cyclists who wish to participate in the mass start and big group atmosphere en route to Occidental, but are not prepared for the long, steep climbs in the far western flanks of Sonoma County. Expect full support on course, with mobile mechanical support and full emergency services. We host eight rest stops, each with whole foods as well as on-bike liquid and gel energy. Expect mechanical service at each sto
Oct 28, 2018Giro di San Diego GranFondo - RoadEscondido, CAOrganizers release new date for the Giro di San Diego GranFondo and new routes, including a mountain bike route for 2018. Back by popular demand the date has been pushed back 5 weeks to cooler weather, now scheduled for late October. The start and finish will be at Kit Carson Park in Escondido allowing a cooler climb of the Mt Palomar, now positioned only 20 miles from the start. The long Course features a route that includes the Mesa Grande, a serene and picturesque loop in the back country of San Diego. Come Saturday to the Health and Fitness Community Expo and and bring the family to our new "Ghouls on the Run 5K and 1 mile kids run."
Oct 28, 2018Giro di San Diego Trail Quest Adventure - Mountain BikeLake Hodges, CAFor mountain bikes, try the Ninja Trail Quest 24 mile Mountain Bike Route at Lake Hodges. This themed ride features 3 totems must be retrieved along the way, well-stocked rest stops for support, and the Giro di San Diego Finish party at the finish line. To complete the event, retrieve the 3 totems shown below and head to the finish line. Collect your Totems in any order. The MTB ride starts at Kit Carson park in Escondido. Ride at your own pace to the re-group point across Bear Valley Parkway for the start of the timed race. After the race enjoy the band, brew, expo and amazing post ride Italian lunch ALL INCLUDED with your ride!

Multi-Day Cycling Events

Upcoming Multi-Day Cycling Events Calendar

DateEvent NameLocationDescriptionPhone
Apr 27, 2018CampoVelo - Napa ValleyNapa Valley, CA - 3 DaysChef Chris Cosentino invites you to experience an event with great food, fine wine and world-class cycling—all packed into one sensational weekend. In the heart of Napa Valley, the CampoVelo will pairs world-class cycling, mouth watering cuisine and libations, guaranteeing an undeniably unique and memorable weekend. With a who's-who of special guests brought together in the picturesque Northern California wine country hamlet of St. Helena by acclaimed culinary master and Top Chef Masters winner Chris Cosentino the focus is on exploring the dynamic offerings of this beautiful area.
May 20, 2018Climate Ride California-Redwoods to San FranciscoFortuna-San Francisco, CA - 5 daysClimate Ride California is a gorgeous cycling adventure that begins in California's historic Redwood Empire near Eureka, travels along the scenic coast, and ventures into the famed Russian River Valley before crossing the Golden Gate Bridge into San Francisco. This is more than a bike trip – it’s an inspiring journey with like-minded people who are united by their passion for sustainability, renewable energy, and bicycles - the ultimate carbon-free form of transportation.
May 25, 2018Paso Robles Cycling Festival-Great Western Bicycle Rally Paso Robles, CA - 4 dayHeld in Paso Robles, CA each Memorial Day Weekend this is the foremost and longest running bicycle festival in the USA. Featuring over 25 ride options and 4 days packed with on and off the bike activities this Cycling Festival has something for all types of cyclist and their families.917-355-1317
Jun 3, 2018AIDS Lifecycle 6/1 - 6/7San Francisco-Los Angeles - 7 daysAIDS/LifeCycle is a fully-supported, seven-day bike ride from San Francisco to Los Angeles. It’s a life-changing ride—not a race—through some of California’s most beautiful countryside. AIDS/LifeCycle is co-produced by the Los Angeles LGBT Center and San Francisco AIDS Foundation and is designed to advance their shared interest to reduce new HIV infections and improve the quality of life for people living with HIV/AIDS. As part of this event, thousands of people participating as either Cyclists, Roadies, Volunteers, or Virtual Cyclists raise critically needed funds for HIV/AIDS-related services and bring to light the fact that HIV/AIDS is still a devastating disease in our society, particularly the LGBT community and communities of color. (866) 245-3424
Jun 16, 2018Sierra to the Sea Bicycle Tour 6/16-6/23Northern CaliforniaSierra to the Sea is a scenic and challenging 8-day California bicycle and camping tour. This year we ride from Lake Tahoe, cross the Sierra Nevada, then traverse the Sacramento, Napa and Russian River Valleys, to the Pacific Coast. The tour finishes with a ride across the Golden Gate Bridge and a picnic in Golden Gate Park. This is the 30th anniversary of our tour, and we are excited about our new Lake Tahoe start and the revised route. The tour route is approximately 420 miles long and averages 60 miles per day or each of seven cycling days. It is challenging and designed for experienced riders. Some less strenuous route options are provided, as well as options for riders who wish greater challenges.
Jul 14, 2018Seattle to Portland ClassicSeattle-Portland - 2 dayThis 200+ mile bicycle ride is the largest multi-day bicycle event in the Northwest, with up to 10,000 participants riding from Seattle to Portland in one or two days. The route takes you through the scenic valleys, forests, and farmlands of western Washington and Oregon. Come ride what Bicycling Magazine has listed as one of the best cycling events in the nation!
Sep 15, 2018Unkown Coast Weekend 9/15-17, 2018Ferndale, CAJoin 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– 61 miles on Saturday and 39 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.530.343.8356
Sep 22, 2018California Coast Classic 9/24-10/1San Francisco-Los Angeles - 7 daysThe 18th annual Arthritis Foundation’s California Coast Classic (CCC) is a fully-supported boutique tour limited to 250 riders to raise funds for the Arthritis Foundation. Ride the iconic Highway 1—from San Francisco to Los Angeles among waves, woods, and wineries—fully supported at your own pace. We ride along coastal roads and camp or hotel in areas not open to larger groups. The CCC covers over 500 miles over 8 days during the best time of year in California, September 22-29, 2018. This ride raises over $1 million dollars for the Arthritis Foundation mission. Money raised provides educational resources for adults and children, scholarships for our national Juvenile Arthritis Conference, kids' camps and much more.408.569.2237 or
Sep 22, 2018Bike MS: Waves to Wine 9/23-9/24San Francisco to Sonoma - 2 daysBike MS: Waves to Wine will take you farther than you've ever gone before. Enjoy a 1-day or 2-day cycling adventure with 2,000 other passionate individuals. Customize your own challenge: depart from San Francisco and traverse coastal Highway 1 on one of our longer routes or cruise the rolling hills and back roads of Sonoma County on a shorter option. Full meals, generous amenities, stunning landscapes, fully stocked rest stops and spirited festivities are all included. Your participation will drive MS research forward faster, and deliver services to those who face the challenges of MS every day so they can live their best lives.
Sep 23, 2018OATBRAN – One Awesome Tour Bike Ride Across Nevada 9/23-29 2018Stateline, NevadaIMAGINE… A lone rider stares out at the horizon and the trail that lay before him. It will be a long day challenging the elements, climbing and descending summits, and facing the solitude of the wide-open spaces. He takes a long drink of water as a welcomed breeze greets the beads of sweat on his brow and the fragrant smell of sage and juniper fills the air. As he mounts up, he glances back from where he has already come. As far as he can see, he is surrounded by the awesome beauty of the Great Basin … massive mountain ranges that rise from wide valley floors. It is this panorama that reminds him of what it was that brought him west in the first place. As he rides out, visions of a hearty meal, a cold drink and tales of the day’s adventure shared with other riders, is what he looks forward to at the end of the day.800-565-2704
Oct 7, 2018California Dream Ride - 10/7 to 10/12Santa Barbara to San DiegoFor CalBike's 5th annual California Dream Ride, we'll return to Southern California. You'll pedal 290 miles, from Santa Barbara to San Diego, over five days, while enjoying the scenic canyons, skyline ridge roads and quiet beach bike paths of this route, which is a favorite of our riders. Participants are a diverse group of riders—men and women of a wide range of ages and cycling abilities. Some of us spend every weekend riding many miles; for others, this is our first multi-day tour. Some of us care passionately about bike advocacy; others are new to the idea of bike advocacy. All are valued, fully supported, learn a lot, and have a fantastic time.
Oct 13, 2018Project Hero-United Healthcare California ChallengeSan Francisco-Los Angeles - 8 daysJoin us for the 11th annual UnitedHealthcare California Challenge, where we will ride 450 miles of stunning beaches and landscape from San Francisco to the West Los Angeles Medical Center. This is one of the most challenging of the Project Hero events, with a climb up Stagecoach Pass followed by a fast flowing long descent with ocean views. Travel down the beautiful and scenic Highway 1 while enjoying stunning views of the Pacific Coast at every turn! The Pacific Ocean will be off your right shoulder as you head south through great cities like Santa Cruz, Salinas, San Simeon, Pismo Beach, Solvang and Ventura. The ride will depart from the San Francisco and finish at the West Los Angeles VA. This ride is a Category: Hard (Difficult) PARTICIPATION Full week Challenge Events will be limited to 150 participants. Selected participants will receive a Project Hero Challenge jersey and bib, socks, and t-shirt, as well as housing, rider support, luggage transportation (50 lbs max)

Upcoming Bike Expos & Events Calendar

Upcoming Bicycle Expos & Events

DateEvent NameLocationDescriptionPhone
May 25, 2018MCBC Ales and Trails - 5/25-26China Camp State Park, CATrail work day (plus riding, cookout and camping) followed by the annual Ales and Trails Festival with the usual demos, live music, beer and good times. Ales and Trails brings mountain bikers and trail enthusiasts together to support Access4Bikes’ and Access4Bikes Foundation’s work in Marin County and throughout Northern California. This past year was the best Ales & Trails event EVER – featuring a star studded cast of trailside brewers. Our “Bicycle BrüStop Beer Garden” will feature the best from Faction, Fieldwork, HenHouse, Rugged Coast, Cellarmaker, Lagunitas, and Iron Springs Breweries, plus hard cider from Sonoma Cider and root beer for the kids. Don’t just drool over the brewers list, we have a host of bicycle industry partners on hand to help you with the ride of your dreams. Demo bikes will be on site from: Marin Bikes, REI, Specialized, Whyte Bicycles, Giant Bicycles provided by Bicycle BrüStop, Santa Cruz provided by Mike’s Bikes, and Trek Bicycles provided by City Cycle
Jun 2, 2018Team Fox Bay Area: Spin for a CureSan Mateo, CAAnnouncing Team Fox Bay Area Spin for a Cure, a charity fundraiser and indoor cycling event put on by Team Fox Bay Area. Get a great workout, win awesome prizes, and most importantly, help us fund the search for a cure for Parkinson's Disease. Secure a base-level seat in this limited event for just $50. Increase your fundraising potential and "Create or Join a Team", then recruit friends, family, and colleagues to join you. It's not a requirement, but we'd like to challenge each person to raise an additional $200. In similar events such as Cycle for Survival, the average individual has raised $5,000 per bike! We'll be giving away a variety of raffle items from our sponsors, and the participant who raises the most money will walk away with a brand new pair of Pearl Izumi cycling shoes.
Jun 2, 2018Team Fox Bay Area: Spin for a CureSan Mateo, CAAnnouncing Team Fox Bay Area Spin for a Cure, a charity fundraiser and indoor cycling event put on by Team Fox Bay Area. Get a great workout, win awesome prizes, and most importantly, help us fund the search for a cure for Parkinson's Disease. Secure a base-level seat in this limited event for just $50. Increase your fundraising potential and "Create or Join a Team", then recruit friends, family, and colleagues to join you. It's not a requirement, but we'd like to challenge each person to raise an additional $200. In similar events such as Cycle for Survival, the average individual has raised $5,000 per bike! We'll be giving away a variety of raffle items from our sponsors, and the participant who raises the most money will walk away with a brand new pair of Pearl Izumi cycling shoes.
Aug 2, 2018Downieville Classic-August 2nd-5thDownieville, CARace or ride the epic cross country to the Sierra Crest and back to town, or take in a double dose with 15 miles of the Downieville Downhill in the All Mountain World Championships. Or just come to enjoy the bike festival for the weekend. Either way, you win. Good Times Thursday Thru Sunday!
Oct 13, 2018Biketoberfest MarinFairfax, CAThe long-running, MCBC late-fall celebration of bikes, music, food and family fun – plus a stellar brewfest! This fun-filled event brings everyone together – including commuters, roadies, mountain bikers, BMXers, fixie devotees, cargo-carriers, e-bikers, touring aficionados and even the bike-curious! Every year’s Biketoberfest seems to get a little bigger and the tickets go even faster – so put this festive event on your calendar now! Biketoberfest Highlights include more than 70 exhibitors and a handmade bike show – 35 varieties of beer from 20 West Coast brewers – Live Music – plus pre-event road and mountain bike rides with Bay Area frame builders and cycling luminaries – Delicious food from local vendors!