Tierra Bella Bicycle Tour 2022

Apr. 23, 2022

Tierra Bella Bicycle Tour

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Location: Gavilan College, 5055 Santa Teresa Blvd
Gilroy, CA


Welcome to the Tierra Bella Bicycle Tour! The Almaden Cycle Touring Club invites you to celebrate Spring by riding some of the prettiest roads in southern Santa Clara County on our 43rd annual Tierra Bella Bicycle Tour. One of California’s top-rated cycling events, the Tierra Bella takes place on Saturday, April 23, 2022. With four different routes, from flat to hilly, you’re sure to find the route that’s right for you.

Ride/Distance/Elev. Gain

  • 100M ride/95mi/6,674ft
  • Very Hilly 100K ride/64mi/4,548ft
  • Hilly 100K/51mi ride/2,398ft
  • Flatter 100K ride/55mi/1,882ft
  • 33M ride/32mi/742ft
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Mulholland Double Century 2021

Apr. 10, 2021

Mulholland Double Century


Location: Hampton Inn ans Suites
Agoura Hills, CA


The Mulholland Double Century is an epic double century that traverses about 18,000 of vertical gain from Agoura Hills through Malibu to Camarillo and back via world famous Mulholland Highway and much more.
This route is for the adventurous cyclist who loves to climb and to see a lot of diverse terrain in the process.
A ride to remember! One of the toughest double century events in California.


  • Double Century/209mi/17,998ft
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Terrible Two Double Century 2021

June 19, 2021

Terrible Two Double Century


Location: Analy High School, 6950 Analy Ave
Sebastopol, CA


The Terrible Two was started in 1976 by three Sonoma County riders, Clifford Scott, Rod Mowbray, and Gordon Burns. They figured that a 200-mile course in and around Sonoma County would include some very challenging hills and spectacular scenery. After a trial run in June of 1976, they brought in the club to sponsor the event for the public. The first official TT was held later that summer on August 14. The date was eventually moved to a Saturday near Summer Solstice for maximum daylight. Expecting only the most serious riders, the first few TTs only provided lunch, no rest stops, and minimal sags.

The original Spartan approach has evolved to a level equal to a typical club-sponsored century. We now actually try to help riders finish, rather than just throwing out the challenge. There are now six full rest stops (including lunch), sag wagons, radio links, and extra water stops. Because the course is so difficult and remote, we log every rider through every rest stop, radio the information back to the finish. We then track each individual’s progress on a master chart we call the War Board. The event is timed.

Ride/Distance/Elev. Gain

  • Double Century/201mi/18,068ft
  • 200K Ride/121mi/11,287ft
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Denver Century Ride 2021

Sept. 25, 2021

Denver Century Ride


Location: Corner of Main Street & E. 47th Avenue
Denver, CO


Discover Denver Century Ride and let the good times roll! The founders of the Coldwell Banker Denver Century Ride believe that cycling is not just a sport but a way of life. We want you to discover urban cycling in Denver within a fun & enjoyable experience. That is why the Denver Century Ride explores the many diverse neighborhood streets of Metro Denver and supports cycling advocacy groups. Turn by turn, the Denver Century Ride connects cyclists to attainable urban routes for a casual cruise or a commute to work. Cyclists may be surprised to roll past Coors Field or find themselves turning past a horse property with a mountain view a few miles down the road. This is possible because of the connective routes throughout the city. Our beneficiaries all work in various ways toward enhancing the cyclists’ experience out on the road.

Ride/Distance/Elev. Gain

  • 100 Mile Ride/99mi/5,523ft
  • 85 Mile Ride/87mi/3,861ft
  • 50 Mile Ride/54mi/1,886ft
  • 25 Mile Ride/28mi/731ft
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Sequoia Century 2021

June 6, 2021

Sequoia Century

Sequoia Century


Location: Foothill College, Lot 3, 12345 El Monte Rd
Los Altos Hills, CA


The Sequoia Century begins in Los Altos Hills, CA. This epic 100.2 mile journey has an impressive ten thousand ft of gain! You’ll enjoy miles of redwood forested climbs and descents, vast ridge top vistas, cool creek-side canyons and bucolic coastal agricultural lands. This route provides well staffed and supported rest stops, and the quiet coastal towns of La Honda, San Gregorio and Pescadero. There are at least three “bail-out” options to test your tenacity and resolve, and we’ll have our “Fun Finish” with ice-cold chocolate milk, vendors, music and a hearty meal at our shaded site at Foothill College to complete your amazing day!

Ride/Distance/Elevation Gain

  • Sequoia 100/101mi/10,025ft
  • Sequoia 72/72mi/7,690ft
  • Sequoia 59/59mi/6,270ft
  • Sequoia 44/44mi/4,450ft
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