Pumpkin Pie Ride
The 30th Pumpkin Pie Ride is organized by the Starved Rock Cycling Association, and takes place in scenic North Central Illinois.
Pre-Registration: $23.00 by September 15, 2019 by 11:59 pm
OPTIONAL: Additional $16.00 – Short Sleeved T-Shirts guaranteed when ordered prior to the close of pre-registration on 9-15-18 at 11:59 pm. Please specify quantity and sizes on registration form T-Shirts the day of the ride – $20.00 Supply will be limited
$30.00 if Received After 11:59 pm September 15, 2019,no T shirt option available with late registration. Late online registration closes October 2, 2019, (Noon). Individuals who do not make this dealine can register day of the ride for $30.00, pre registration strongly encouraged save yourself $7.00
Children 12 and under $5.00
SORRY NO REFUNDS
Registration includes: Pumpkin Pie after the ride, rest stops with fresh baked cookies and other food items, hydration, maps and cue sheets. Routes are color coded with Dan Henry markings, showers available at the YMCA (bring towel) PLEASE NOTE: The YMCA closes at 5:00 pm, please be done riding and showered by then.
Routes include but are not limited to Road Rides 27, 45, 66, 103 mile routes, with light traffic and rolling hills. SRCA Reserves the unconditional right to modify the route and itinerary, without prior notice, due to weather, flooding, road conditions, or other unpredictable situations. Registration Opens at 7 AM (103 milers encouraged to begin at 7:15) Shorter routes can leave later, please try to leave by 10 am.
All rest stops close at 3:00 PM, SAG ends for all riders at 3:30 PM. Please be back to the YMCA prior to close at 5pm. (getting back late, may negate pumpkin pie, don’t let that happen to you!)
ALL riders must register or check in at registration to receive a number which must be displayed at all times during ride. This also helps to track you in case of emergencies.
- PPR 100+ /101mi/1,727ft
- PPR 64 /64mi/1,107ft
- PPR 45 /46mi/650ft
- PPR 27 /27mi/329ft
Sacramento Century Challenge
Rest stops will have nutritious food and drink, and SAG vehicles will keep an eye on the riders.
Celebrate and have fun at our Post-Ride Festival on Capitol Mall.
CHALLENGE CHAMPION DETAILS
Challenge Champions must raise a minimum of $350 to earn a free 2018 jersey and a refund of paid registration.
Form Your Own Team to encourage community involvement. Each team member must raise $350 to earn a free 2018 jersey and a refund of paid registration.
On Registration your fundraising page will be provided to you.
Tools and Support will be available to help you achieve your fund raising goals. It’s easy and fun!
Thank you for your contribution to our 2018 beneficiary, the Sacramento Children’s Home Crisis Nursery Program.
- Full Century/101mi/980ft
- Metric Century/63mi/520ft
- Half Century/38mi/357ft
- Fun Ride/15mi/126ft
Santa Rosa, CA
Levi’s GranFondo is heralded as one of the best organized cycling events in the world by sources such as Red Kite Prayer, Road Bike Action, and Outside Online.
WHAT IS INCLUDED IN MY ENTRY?
Each entrant will receive the following:
An unforgettable experience from a grand day on the bike with Levi Leipheimer, other
pro riders, and thousands of your new friends
A fully timed road course with an adventurous dirt option
Partial road closures on the first 25 miles and traffic control afterwards
A series of fully stocked rest stops with amazing food and friendly service
A GranFondo gift bag at registration
A Levi’s GranFondo commemorative t-shirt
A hot shower after your ride
A lovingly crafted, post-ride meal from any one of our multiple local food vendors,
and either a cold beer or non-alcoholic beverage
The exceptional post-ride Sonoma VITA Festival with music and great entertainment
ARE THERE AGE LIMITS?
Yes. Any minor under the age of 14 must be accompanied by a legal guardian. The legal guardian must be present to sign for their minor and must agree to accompany them during the ride.
- Growler + Willow Creek/114mi/9,863ft
- Gran + Willow Creek/99mi/8,303ft
- The Fort/85mi/6,910ft
- The Fort + Willow Creek/81mi/6,209ft
- Medio + Willow Creek/59mi/3,384ft
THANKS TO A PARTNERSHIP WITH FRESNO CYCLING CLUB, THE GRIZZLY CENTURY WILL TAKE PLACE AS USUAL. SAME ROUTE, SAME GOOD FOOD, SAME FRIENDLY STAFF AND A NEW PERSPECTIVE FROM SOME NEW FOLKS.
The community of North Fork Sierra Vista Scenic Byway Association are sponsoring the 25th Grizzly Century ride in order to promote the Sierra Vista National Scenic Byway and to encourage the enjoyment of our treasured resources. Come and spend the day taking in scenic vistas from the unique vantage point that only a cyclist can claim. “Profits” earned go toward promotion and improvement of the Scenic Byway, to town restoration, and other projects that benefit our mountain community.
North Fork, California “The exact center of California” (Click Link for Map Quest). Note that the staging area is actually up the hill to the left from the Map Quest star. The address is North Fork School, 33087 Road 228, North Fork, CA 93643. We’re 20 Miles due south of Yosemite National Park.
Bring your family to enjoy the North Fork Fall Festival.
THE GRIZ (100.7 miles) Pass Mile High Vista, Jackass Rock, Arch Rock, the red fir forests of Cold Springs Summit, speedily descend to Bass Lake and back to North Fork.
THE BYWAY GRINDER (98.9 miles)A new addition to the Griz. 19 miles of new route, with a 8 mile grinder section of road beyond the Arch Rock turnoff. The road is half paved and half a combination of gravel, oil, native surface, etc. Bypasses the Grizzly Road
THE METRIC CENTURY (66.4 miles)North Fork to Mile High Vista and back. Tremendous views of conifer forests, rock formations, and the high Sierra.
LOOP THE LAKE (23.7 miles)Around Bass lake, and the Pines Resort. Beautiful pines and quiet roads. Then return to the staging area along county highway 274.
- The Griz/101mi/10,727ft
- The Byway Grinder/99mi/10,014ft
- The Metric Century/66mi/6,587ft
- Loop the Lake/24mi/1,836ft
Best of the Bay Century
Our double century route has three segments on which we include an experience filled with many of the best and most memorable cycling roads offered in the San Francisco Bay Area. The first segment has many small climbs and descents heading North to Grizzly Peak and back.
The most challenging part of the route is the second segment, which climbs and descends Mt. Diablo.
The third and final segment of the double century ride travels to these other great cycling offerings in the Bay Area: Sunol-Ohlone Regional Park, the Livermore vineyards, and the foothills of Mt. Diablo. The final 60 miles are less demanding, resulting in a finish without any significant challenging climbs.
Our single century is a part of the double century route and includes Mt. Diablo, Las Trampas, and Sunol-Ohlone Regional Park.
- Double Century /197mi/14,000ft
- Century /104mi/6,800ft
Rosarito Ensenada Ride
The Bike Ride must be completed from 10 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Federal Police will assist us in controlling the vehicles traffic within this schedule, to enjoy a safe and fun bike ride until the end of the event.
Have the support and safety during the bike ride event, you must stop at the water stations before they are closed.
Avid cyclists complete the full bike ride in 2.5 hours and casual cyclists have an average of 4 hours.
- 50 Mile Ride/51mi/Approx. 1,200ft
Mesquite Madness Ride
Our first event of the year, Mesquite Madness takes advantage of mild temperatures in Mesquite Nevada. When other places are still frozen, Mesquite is basking in sunshine, giving you perfect riding conditions—without the crazy traffic and chaos you’ll find in bigger cities.
- Mesquite Madness 90/90mi/5,706ft
- Mesquite Madness 65/65mi/3,109ft
- Mesquite Madness 35/35mi/1,505ft
Connecticut Valley Century
- Covac 100/105mi/3,648ft
- Covac 75/77mi/2,623ft
- Covac 50/55mi/1,770ft
- Covac 25/22mi/356ft
Buffalo Bicycle Classic
The Buffalo Bicycle Classic dates back to 2003, having raised over 3.9 million dollars in support of student scholarships at CU Boulder. The students served by the BBC are some of Colorado’s brightest; each entering CU with over a 4.0 high school GPA. Our student scholars also demonstrate strong financial need, which makes this scholarship particularly important.
The BBC now offers 7 cycling courses, varying in difficulty as well as two running races: The Buffalo Run 5K and 10K. No matter your age, experience, or physical ability, we have a route for you! Enjoy the beautiful vistas Boulder has to offer, stop by one of our delicious aid stations, or climb Boulder Canyon in confidence thanks to the westbound lane closure. Whatever way you look at it, the Buffalo Bicycle Classic is a great event for a great cause.
- Buff Epic/102mi/8,729ft
- Epic 75 Mile Ride/77mi/6,090ft
- Carter Lake Climb/72ft/2,813ft
- Half Century/54mi/1,805ft
- Mary’s Loop/37mi/1,156ft
- Little Buff/14mi/408ft
Limestone Cycling Tour
Event proceeds go to the Zachary Ruble Memorial Scholarship Fund administered by the Hayswood Foundation, a renewable scholarship available to eligible Mason County High School seniors. Learn more about our cause and the scholarship here:
Zachary Ruble Scholarship
Come join us for a fabulous ride for a fantastic cause!
- Century /100mi/5,909ft
- Metric Century /64mi/3,425ft
- 40 Mile Ride /38mi/2,601ft
- 24 Mile Ride /24mi/1,209ft