Join Bike MS as we return to the coast with the 2020 Coastal Challenge! Enjoy two days of scenic vistas along the coast and challenge yourself to take on our full 150-mile route. From Los Angeles to Ventura you’ll be treated to fully-stocked rest stops, SAG vehicles, and volunteers to create an incredible ride experience.
Your participation drives breakthroughs in MS research and ensures people with MS have what they need to live their best lives.
(Tenative routes as of 1/23/20 subject to permitting)
Friday night from 6:30 to 9:00 on patio behind room 401, facing the lawn at The Oasis Hotel (formerly Furnace Creek 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.
The San Luis Obispo Bicycle Club invites you to join us for the Wildflower Century as it returns to the last weekend of April. We offer five routes on rural roads through vineyards, ranches, and oak woodlands. Register now to ensure your place in this classic ride.
Location: Vancouver Convention Centre Vancouver, BC
The Vancouver Bike Show promises to be an incredible day out for cyclists! Explore the latest bikes and special offers from some of the best cycling brands and retailers, ride our test track enjoy high flying action from the Trials Stars, Learn about the hottest cycling destinations, meet pro riders, learn from the experts, plus much more!
Location: CenturyLink Field Event Center Seattle, WA
About The Show
The Seattle Bike and Outdoor Show is the can’t-miss event of the year, featuring the best of biking and outdoors with more than 75 exhibitors, a stand out line-up of speakers & presenters, and the lowest prices of the year on the latest and greatest in all things bikes and outdoors! Bike and outdoor enthusiasts can take advantage of amazing deals on merchandise from vendors from throughout the Northwest; test out top new bikes in a test ride area (there’s one for kids, too!); enter to win our Bike Giveaway Bonanza; climb our rock wall, enjoy an action-packed performance by the renowned Ride & Glide Professional BMX Stunt Team; and much, much more!
Tickets $12 • Kids 12 & Under FREE
Saturday, Mar. 7th • 9am – 6pm
Sunday, Mar. 8th • 9am – 5pm
Hammer Road Rally is a ride with options for all ability levels. The largest route, the Hammer, is an epic ride with one particular climb you’ll never forget. Click here to learn more about the routes we have to dish up this October 22nd. Everything begins and ends at Shaver Lake.
We have made some major changes to this event by moving deeper into the Sierra. With a new start/finish venue at Shaver Lake, we’ll take you up and over Kaiser Pass, exceeding 9,100′ above sea level. If that’s not enough, we’ve included two genuine gravel road segments to grab your adventurous spirit. Both hard and extra-hard routes will be timed with awards going to the top competitors in various age/gender categories.
One of the best parts about the ride is that you can cover a huge distance, tackle big Sierra climbs and spend hours in the saddle with the support you need to do it all with relative ease. We provide staffed and stocked aid stations with great food, on-course and roving support and marshaling and periodic traffic control to make an epic day on the bike fun and memorable.
Thank you for your interest in the 2020 Pedaling the Prairie, a BP MS150 Recommended Race. Approximately 1,000 riders will join in the fun on Saturday, February 22, 2020. This non-competitive race cruises past the rice fields and prairie between Bellville and Katy, Texas. The ride begins at the Waller County Fairgrounds. There are several well-planned routes, ranging from a 24-mile beginner course to a 71-mile endurance ride.
First 500 registrants receive a CUSTOM POLAR BOTTLE!
Routes for the 2020 event are the same as for the 2019 event…
Far and away, the very best routes in Southern California’s most scenic and most popular cycling region!
NO crowds! Great support! Chip Timing! Special Finisher Award! Post-Ride Lunch! And most importantly, a portion of every entry fee will be donated to Challenged Athletes Foundation!
SPECIAL REGISTRATION POLICY: Because this is a charity benefit ride for CAF, cancellation vouchers from other events and/or volunteer ride credits may not be used; and there will be no cancellation vouchers provided if you sign up but can’t make it. All no-show registration fees will be donated to CAF.
Event tech tees are available for sale with online registration. Sale proceeds will be donated to CAF.
** If you’re planning to ride this event and know you can bring along someone to help out, you may email us in advance of signing up and we’ll give you a coupon code to use during registration for an instant 20% off. By helping at the event, the volunteer you bring earns an entry to a future single day event for only $25. If the volunteer is a non-rider then YOU can have the entry. So you get two nice deals: An instant discount for promising to bring a volunteer, and a $25 entry fee for your next event
Location: La Quinta Inn, 14972 Sand Canyon AveIrvine, CA
The Camino Real Double Century gives you the best of Orange, Riverside, and San Diego Counties. Kick off the new year!!
About 11,600′ of Climbing! 17 hour time limit.
NEW This Year! Century Option: 112 miles with 8000′ climbing.
The Rosarito Ensenada Bike Ride is a route classified as “Moderate Difficulty” by BRDAA, the Bike Ride Directors Association of America. So before you participate you must be physically fit, have enough experience and training for the event.
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.