GCC Polar Bear Ride
- Metric Century/65/3,175ftmi
- Forty-five Mile Loop/45mi/1,962ft
- Twent-two Mile Ride/22mi/917ft
The course will be a rolling figure 8 loop through Saratoga County and will take us along the Hudson River and to Saratoga Lake, Wilton, Gansevoort and Moreau. New last year, we’ve adding a 50 mile option, and there is also an easy bailout at 30 miles, just in case it’s a little too wintery.
Be sure to dress according to the conditions, and if you think you’ll take more then 8 hours, you’ll also need to bring your lights. This ride will be unsupported on the road, but we’ll have snacks, pocket food and drinks at the start, middle and finish, along with gels, drinks and bars to take along with us. To help you prepare, we’ve created a rider checklist. We’ll also have a small selection of lights, batteries, tires, tubes and other merchandise for sale at the start, middle and finish, in case you’ve forgotten anything.
The ride will be unsupported on the road, but we’ll return to the start/finish halfway through to take a break, warm up and restock.
- 100 Mile Ride/100mi/2,812ft
- 52 Mile Ride/52mi/1,460ft
Mission to Mission Charity Bike Tour
San Antonio, TX
The “Family Tour” touches four Spanish Colonial Missions along the San Antonio River and provides a family opportunity for historic tours or just enjoying the restored missions’ grounds. The Family Tour features small rider groups along dedicated bike lanes & hike/bike paths, and as a result can be adjusted to fit interests and skills.
The extended tours offer a self paced historic route that crosses the original Missions Trails, El Camino Real, rural neighborhoods, and Braunig & Calaveras Lakes. In addition, mobile SAG and staffed break points provide support for all three tours.
- M2M 60 mile 2019 (Red)/60mi/1,779ft
- M2M 48 mile 2019 (Orange)/47.5mi/1,212ft
- M2M 24 mile 2019 (Green)/23mi/573ft
- M2M 17 mile 2019 /17mi/unk ft
Iron Joe Turkey Ride
The revelry begins and ends in the side lot of Fit & Fuel Bicycle Café in the Pavilion Shopping Center on Vanderbilt Beach Road. There are fully supported rides for all levels – 62 , 30, 20 miles – and a 5 mile Family Fun Ride with a new scavenger hunt this year!
The 5 mile Family Fun Ride and Scavenger Hunt is FREE for kids 12 and under with a paid adult.
For the longer distances, youth 17 and under just pay $20 with a paid adult on the same distance ride.
Proceeds from the event help fund the work of Naples Pathways Coalition.
- Metric Ride/62mi/21ft
- Half Metric/40mi/196ft
- Quarter Metric/20mi/104ft
- 5 Mile Fun Ride/5mi/27ft
Death Valley Century
Death Valley, CA
Entry includes three fully stocked checkpoints along the route with water and a great selection of food and snacks; roving SAG support; Death Valley Century tech tee and finisher award; per rider donation to both Death Valley Natural History Association and Challenged Athletes Foundation.
Friday night from TBD in room TBD at our host hotel.
7am wave starts of 20 riders in increments 2 minutes (based on recommendations by Death Valley National Park staff)
8 hours – based on the earliest start at 7am. All riders must be off the course by 3pm.
Strict cut-off at Furnace Creek Aid Station at mile 54 (required by DVNP permit): Century riders must leave the Furnace Creek Aid Station no later than 11:15am.
Ride Description: 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.
- Half Century/55mi/1,100ft (approx.)
El Tour de Tuscon
- Century: Armory Park, Downtown
- 1/2 Century: Morris K Udall Park
- 1/4 Century: Heritage Park Marana, AZ
Cyclists of every age and ability enjoy cycling El Tour and its festivities out of a passion for cycling, as a benchmark for their fitness as part of a healthy lifestyle change, as a wellness program goal or even as a survivor of cancer or other life challenge. Many are attracted to El Tour’s fundraising programs and its many charitable agencies. All El Tour riders share a desire to ride, meet great people, raise contributions and have a fun time doing it.
The Beneficiaries. Through the years over $90 million has been raised through El Tour for over 50 different local & national nonprofit organizations. Check out the current list of charities which is always growing!
- Century Ride/102mi/3,517ft
- Half Century/52mi/1,825ft
- Quarter Century/27mi/604ft
Tour de Foothills
Our rides will be even more Epic than last year, with great new additions to our premier quality ride.
The Half Metric (31 mi), Metric (62 mi) & 100 mile routes are FUN with routes featuring the picturesque foothill communities of Southern California.
Tour de Foothills is one of the best supported rides you will ever do, including clearly marked routes, well stocked rest stops, and our great SAG support should you need it.
Upon your return, you will be pampered with great food as a part of your ride registration with an optional Beer Garden and Wine tasting to complete your fantastic day.
- TDF Century/102.5mi/5,256ft
- TDF Metric Century/66.9mi/3,354ft
- TDF 1/2 Metric Century/36.5mi/1,531ft,
- Family Fun Ride/Up to 12mi/293ft
Okay, we get it. You’re an animal!! But here’s something for your morning commute!
Sierra to the Sea Bicycle Tour
Lake Ta, CA
The tour route is approximately 420 miles long and averages 60 miles per day for 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.
- Multiple Day Riding Event
Heart of Arizona Century
There’s a climb to get to Yarnell, but your reward is the thrilling 7 mile descent of Yarnell Hill! This is what you’ve worked for all day long. After the e-ticket descent, you’ll have a couple miles of soft peddling and story telling with your riding buds as you cruise on in to the finish.
- Heart of Arizona Century/102mi/6,000ft+
- Heart of Arizona 64 Miler/64mi/4,700ftmi
- Heart of Arizona 42 Miler/42mi/3,100ftmi