Saturday morning rides: Hollister. Meet up 8 a.m. at Off the Chain, 101 Mc Cray St., Hollister. 22 mi. road ride. Moderate to fast pace, regrouping. www.offthechainbikes.com
Tuesday evening road ride: Hollister. Meet up 6 p.m. at Off the Chain, moderate to fast pace, regrouping. www.offthechainbikes.com
Thursday evening road ride: Hollister. Meet up 6 p.m. at Off the Chain, 33 mi. Cienega Loop, fast pace, regrouping. www.offthechainbikes.com
4/16 Valley Spokesmen Swap Meet: Wells Middle School, Dublin. 1-3 p.m. information, call Bonnie Powers, (925) 828-5299. The location is at 6800 Penn Dr., Dublin.
5/7 Napa Bikefest: South Napa Century Ctr. parking lot. Celebrate life in the bike lane! Group rides, largest bike swap meet in the North Bay, kids bike rodeo & bike & helmet decorating station. Presented by the Napa County Bicycle Coalition. www.napabike.com/bikefest
5/6 Alta Alpina Training Series: Tahoe. Getting ready for the Death Ride or the Alta Alpina Challenge? Looking to have your best day on a bike for one of these events? Sign up for the Alta Alpina Training Program which includes training rides. For more information and registration: www.altaalpina.org/training
5/20 Alta Alpina Training Series: Tahoe. Getting ready for the Death Ride™ or the Alta Alpina Challenge? Looking to have your best day on a bike for one of these events? Sign up for the Alta Alpina Training Program which includes training rides. For more information and registration: www.altaalpina.org/training
6/3 Alta Alpina Training Series: Tahoe. Getting ready for the Death Ride™ or the Alta Alpina Challenge? Looking to have your best day on a bike for one of these events? Sign up for the Alta Alpina Training Program which includes training rides. For more information and registration: www.altaalpina.org/training
6/17 Alta Alpina Training Series: Tahoe. Getting ready for the Death Ride™ or the Alta Alpina Challenge? Looking to have your best day on a bike for one of these events? Sign up for the Alta Alpina Training Program which includes training rides. For more information and registration: www.altaalpina.org/training
4/1 Party Pardee: Ione. 26 mi., 62 mi. routes through the gentle rollings hills of Amador & Calaveras Counties. Participants must preregister. NO SAME-DAY REG. available, & there is a 1,500 rider limit. Reg. opens 1/1/23. Reg. includes rest stops, SAG, mechanical assistance at rest stops. Aprés ride, enjoy a hot meal & live music at the finish. bikehikers.com
4/2 Tour of Paso: Niner Wine Estates, Paso Robles. 26 mi., 50 mi. routes along the Central Coast. This event is a fundraiser for the Cancer Support Community – CA Central Coast, an organization with programs & services to local cancer patients, survivors, and their families free of charge. tourofpaso.org
4/15 Cinderella Classic & Challenge: Las Positas College, Livermore. The premier Women-only ride! Short route: Flat 30 mi.thru Livermore. Classic Route: 65 mi. winds thru Amador, Livermore, Diablo, San Ramon Valleys. A few moderate hills. Challenge Route: 90 mi., loop via Patterson Pass, a short climb on Midway Rd., then Altamont Pass. Cinderella Classic
4/15 Bike Around the Buttes #36: Sutter CA 20 40 70 100 mi. Mostly flat along Sacramento River, circle Sutter Buttes, world’s smallest mountain range. Benefit for Diabetes Bike around the Buttes
4/20-23 Life Time Sea Otter Classic Gran Fondo: Laguna Seca, Monterey. Enjoy the views! Sea Otter offers two Gran Fondo events that cover the rolling hills and gorgeous coastal roads of Monterey County. If you prefer the dirt, there is an off-road tour for both gravel and mountain bikes that traverses the scenic trails and roads of the Fort Ord National Monument. Sea Otter Classic
4/22 Tierra Bella Bike Tour: Gavilan College, Gilroy. Join Almaden Cycle Touring Club’s (ACTC) 44th annual Tierra Bella ride thru the scenic country roads of Morgan Hill and Gilroy. Six new routes including a lower priced, family-friendly 33 mile short route, 55mi and 77mi routes, & a challenging 100 mi. route w/optional climbing! Includes hot catered meal, 5 rest stops with fruit, snacks, baked goods and drinks, musical entertainment, and SAG support. Families are welcome! Team discounts! Register early & save! 2,000 rider limit. Tierra Bella Bike Tour.
4/23 Primavera Century: Mission San Jose High School, Fremont. 3 route options: 25 mi., 63 mi. or 100 mi. Climb the challenging Calaveras Wall, then cycle the scenic route along Calaveras Reservoir. Ride past Livermore vineyards and wineries. The longer routes have lunch at a winery, then it’s back to the start for a hearty meal. All routes are fully supported with SAG and rest stops. Primavera Century or (520) 490-8098
4/29 Wildflower Century: Creston. New challenging routes of 30 mi. and 63 mi. & the traditional 50 mile loop, on quiet rural roads through vineyards and ranches in Paso Robles Wine Country. Two rest stops with yummy cuisine, SAG vehicles, smiling volunteers and a tasty post-ride meal are highlights. Captivating Photos will provide free photos to riders. There’s camping and hotels nearby, and a Friday night spaghetti feed from 5-7:30 p.m. The event is limited to 1,000 riders. Register now at: www.slobc.org/wildflower/registration.html
4/29-30 Chico Velo presents the Wildflower Century: Silver Dollar Fairgrounds, Chico. Megaflower 125 (for serious climbers), Wildflower 100, Mountainflower 100, Metricflower 63, Valleyflower 30, Mildflower 12, Childflower 12. All the rides have supported rest stops. The weekend begins with the Wildfest pre-ride party and cycling expo on Saturday, 4/29. Chico Wildflower
5/6 Wine Country Century: Luther Burbank Center, Santa Rosa. 34 mi., 100 km., 100 mi. routes. Cruise the scenic Sonoma County backroads, enjoy the easy riding of the Santa Rosa plain, the rolling West County pasture lands, the towering redwoods and, of course, miles of verdant vineyards! Fuel your ride with opulently-stocked rest stops staffed by welcoming volunteers and, at the end, enjoy a catered meal and choice of beverage while you relax. Fully supported throughout, meal included. Wine Country Century
5/6 Mr. Frog’s Wild Ride: Feeney Park, Murphys. Three rides this year in Calaveras County Gold Country. Wild 55 mi. w/6.080 ft elevation gain, Medium 42 mi w/4,600 ft elevation gain, and Short 21 mi w/1,600 ft elevation gain. You'll bicycle through the Northern California foothills and the Up-Country Sierra, often on newly paved roads, and return to Feeney Park for an after-ride celebration. Mr. Frog's Wild Ride
5/6 42nd Delta Century: Jessie's Grove Winery, Lodi. 25, 62, 100 mi. Three flat loops cover scenic vineyard, farm, and Delta roads with a ferry ride and rewarding rest stops along the way. $65 full & metric centuries; $45 for quarter century. Add $10, day-of reg. Helmets req'd. No helmet, no ride. Contact, Steven Neiner, (209) 607-8893 or e-mail: email@example.com or deltacentury.org
5/6-7 Siskiyou Scenic Bicycle Tour: Upper Greenhorn Park, Yreka. Two day event. 5/6: All-paved road rides of 101 mi., 67 mi., 40 mi., & 21 mi. These routes are the same as last year — beautiful views of Mt. Shasta and Shasta Valley. 5/7: 2 gravel rides, 63 mi. & 39 mi. - both very challenging. Hosted by Rotary Club of Yreka & Jefferson Mountain Bike Assoc. Reg. includes rest stops, SAG, end of ride meals both days, w/ beer available. Camping at Greenhorn Park the 5/5-6t. To register, visit Siskiyou Scenic Bicycle Tour for all info.
5/7 Grizzly Peak Century: St Mary's College, Moraga. 30 mi., 50 mi., 75 mi., 100 mi. & a 60 mi. gravel ride. Ride up, down, and around the East Bay hills with hundreds of your fellow cyclists on beautiful & challenging routes with ever changing scenery. Reg. includes Map/cue sheet, logo socks, rest stops with tons of fresh fruit & home baked goods, clothing drop, SAG, & post-ride BBQ lunch! www.grizz.org/century/
5/13 I Care Classic Bike Tour: Morgan Hill. Enjoy a beautiful spring ride through South Santa Clara County. 100 mi., 100k, 50k and 10 mi. family fun ride. Reg includes continental breakfast, SAG support, rest stops, our famous home-baked cookies, t-shirt, hot BBQ lunch, ice cream sundaes, etc. Proceeds support the Almaden Lions programs to provide glasses for needy children and families. ICareClassic.org.
5/13 Tour de Femme: New Covenant Community Church, Fresno. Distances from 43 flat mi. to 83 hilly mi. A fundraiser for the Majorie Mason Ctr. fresnocycling.com
5/27 Art of Survival Century: Malin, OR; Tulelake. Breathe fresh air as you ride along uncrowded roads. Choose from a century, metric, 38 mi., 14 mi. family friendly; or a 22 mi. mountain bike route through the Modoc Forest. Rest stops with great food and beverages with educational components highlighting the rich history of the area. Fees includes SAG, post-ride dinner, entertainment and prizes. Discount for registering for both days. Register at SurvivalCentury.com
6/3 Gold Country Challenge: Grass Valley/Nevada City. Road & gravel bike rides. Ride beautiful and historic back roads of Nevada County’s gold country along the scenic Yuba River. Road rides include challenging 100, 75, 55 and 35 mi. Gravel rides include challenging 49 & 28 mi. options. Excellent route support. Enjoy a post-ride meal and beer under the pines. Event supports Grass Valley Rotary community projects and Bright Futures for Youth. Early reg. discounts RotaryGoldCountryChallenge.com.
6/4 The Sequoia: Foothill College, Los Altos Hills. Three Challengingly Beautiful Route Options: 101 mi. w/10,025 ft. gain; 76 mi., w/7,9030 ft. gain; 57 mi., w/6,670 ft. gain. A Fundraiser that supports local cycling orgs and the Coastside Community. These amazing routes traverse miles of bucolic roads that ascend forested climbs, cross ridgetop vistas, journey through cool redwood canyons out to vast coastal views and ag lands. You’ll also enjoy the famous route support with plentiful rest stops & a delicious finish line meal. Are you up for it? email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit The Sequoia
6/4 America’s Most Beautiful Bike Ride: South Lake Tahoe. 72 mi., 100 mi. routes. 72-mi. circumnavigates Lake Tahoe clockwise in both Nevada and Calif. It includes a challenging 800 foot climb to a rest stop overlooking Emerald Bay and a 1,000 foot climb to Spooner Junction. The 100-mile Century is offered adding an out-and-back on Highway 89/ Bike Trail to visit historic Truckee, before continuing around the lake. The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, cure.lls.org/event/2023-america's-most-beautiful-bike-ride/e457711
6/17 Climb to Kaiser: Clovis Rodeo Grounds. 155 mi. w/16K ft. elevation gain. The climb passes by Shaver Lake and Huntington Lake on the way to the top of Kaiser Pass — in many ways it is a one of a kind ride. The shorter Tollhouse Century is 99 mi. w/8,200 ft. elevation gain. Expect full support, SAG, rest stops, a lunch stop & great after-ride meal. fresnocycling.com
6/24 Alta Alpina Challenge: Markleeville, Alpine County. Experience the scenic beauty of classic wild Sierra roads and passes with no traffic lights & just a dozen stop signs. Enjoy the Alta Alpina Cycling Club's legendary support, extensive rest stops, and post-ride meal. Register to ride one or more of your favorite scenic pass(es) or earn the opportunity to get a coveted finisher jersey by registering for the classic 5 Pass Challenge (Carson-Ebbetts-Ebbetts-Monitor-Monitor), the 7 Pass Challenge (add Luther & Blue Lakes), or the 8 Pass Challenge (The World’s Toughest Double Century). Not sure what option is right for you? AltaAlpina.org/Challenge
6/24 Ride Home: Hellyer County Park, San Jose. 15 mi., 30 mi. routes along the Coyote Creek Trail. There is also a 2.5 mi. walk. Reg. includes a barbecue lunch, a beer ticket, a swag bag, live music, and carnival games. Reg. includes a barbecue lunch, a beer ticket, a swag bag, live music, and carnival games. A fundraiser to prevent homelessness & help individuals and families in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties stay securely housed. hifinfo.org/ride-home-2023
7/15 Death Ride: Tour of the California Alps: Markleeville, Lake Alpine. Ride one or all 6 categorized climbs of three iconic CA Alps passes/grades to build a ride of up to 104 mi. on a fully-supported course with about 14,000 feet of climbing! You can pedal both sides of Monitor Pass 8,314’, both sides of Ebbetts Pass 8,370’ & both sides of Pacific Grade 8,050’. Bonus: All but about 10 miles of the course is closed to vehicles! Grover Hot Springs camping, as well as other campgrounds on both the east and west slope (except Indian Creek.), will be available. Check-in in Friday 7/14 and shop the expo. Finish line expo with food, music, massage, vendors, & camaraderie! DeathRide.com
7/15 Fall River Century: Inter-Mountain Fairgrounds, McArthur. 25, 62, 100, and 120 mi. Moderate difficulty in forested and volcanic areas. This ride is presented by an independent group of cycling enthusiasts. Fees include breakfast, rest stops, SAG support and a fine after-the-ride meal. T-shirts are extra, and our famous Fall River Century jerseys are available on the day of the ride. www.frcentury.com
7/29 Santa Cruz Mountains Challenge: Cabrillo College, Aptos. 50 mi., 100 mi., 125 mi. This year the Santa Cruz County Cycling Club is combining the love of local cycling with the challenge of climbing the highest 'mountain' of our time: tackling climate change. The 50 mi. ride options are in the scenic, agricultural roads of South County, or in the tree shaded, climbing roads of North County. Combine the two for a challenging century ride or add little more climbing with more redwood time on the 125 mile course! We aim to bring awareness and funds to our event partner, Ecology Action, and their Resilient Central Coast campaign to create a climate safe future for all. www.bikereg.com/santa-cruz-mountains-challenge-2023
8/5 Marin Century: Stafford Lake Park, Novato. Join the Marin Century for its Diamond Jubilee! 60 mi., 100 mi. classic and 100 mi. Mount Tam climbing course. The backdrop continues to inspire as riders navigate through either the foothills or to the top of Mount Tamalpais, the beautiful rolling hills, grasslands of West Marin, & the coast of Tomales Bay. A ride put on by bike riders for bike riders! 3,000 rider limit — register early. marincyclists.com
9/16 Tour de Menlo: Menlo Park. 35, 43, 63 mi. routes, plus a new 16 mi. family ride, which goes around the San Francisco Peninsula. After taking different routes from the start, all riders, except the 16 mi., will eventually head south on Stevens Canyon Rd. to the final rest stop at Madrone Park. Riders can rest and enjoy refreshments before heading back to the start for a relaxing lunch. www.tourdemenlo.com.
9/16 Central Coast Ride & Rally to Defeat ALS: Bang the Drum Brewery, San Luis Obispo. Choose between a 33-, 24-, 16-mi. ride, or a family/wheelchair-friendly walk in beautiful San Luis Obispo County. Breakfast foods including coffee, bagels and fresh fruit will be available for all participants. All routes have SAG support. This is a fundraising event for the ALS community and the Golden West Chapter of The ALS Association. Central Coast Ride & Rally to Defeat ALS Save 20% with code: CYCLECA!
9/23 Napa Valley Ride to Defeat ALS & Walk: Justin-Siena High School, Napa. Choose between a 9, 28, 47, 62-lite (flat), 62-mi. challenge, or 100 mile route through beautiful Napa County. For any non-cyclist there is a short family/wheelchair-friendly walk option offered. All routes have rest stops, SAG vehicles, and route monitors. The post-ride festivities include a lunch, beverages (beer, wine, and non-alcoholic), a live band, massage tent, and more. This is a fundraising event for the ALS community and the Golden West Chapter of The ALS Association. Napa Valley Ride to Defeat ALS Save 20% with code: CYCLECA!
9/24-30 32nd Annual OATBRAN: Stateline, Lake Tahoe. One Awesome Tour Bike Ride Across Nevada. Stateline Lake Tahoe, NV to Great Basin National Park, Baker, NV. Fully Supported Motel style tour on US Hwy 50, America’s Loneliest Road. 5 days of riding 415 miles with 17,000 feet of climbing. Limited to 40 participants. www.bikethewest.com
9/30 10th Annual Sacramento Century Challenge: Capitol Mall, Sacramento. Bike ride on Saturday thru the scenic Delta wine region. Fun and flat distances:100 mi., 63 mi., 36 mi., 16 mi. Please join us for our Post Ride Festival with live music, great food and beer and wine vendors. Registration opens 6/1. Sacramento Century Challenge
9/30-10/7 California Coast Classic Bike Tour: San Francisco-Los Angeles. 8-day, 525-mile ride that raises funds for the Arthritis Foundation and supports the 60m adults and 300k kids in the US with arthritis. This boutique 23rd annual tour along California’s iconic Highway 1 is fully supported, open to beginners as well as experienced riders, and e-bike friendly. The ride is expected to sell out (250 riders max), so register now for your Ride of a Lifetime at California Coast Classic Bike Tour. Save $25 with code: CYCLECA
10/1 Tour de Cure: Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park. 100 mi., 62 mi., 31 mi., 10 mi., in Sonoma Wine Country. Registered participants will enjoy lunch, live music, family activities, wine and beer at the end of your ride. Tour de Cure
10/7 Grizzly Gravel & Century Rides: North Fork. 24 mi. Loop the Lake w/1,836 ft. elev. gain. 36 mi. gravel grinder short course 8 mi. road, 28 mi. gravel, 3,700 ft. elev. gain. 57 mi. gravel grinder (30 mi. road, 27 mi. gravel), 100 mi. Grizzly Century 10K elev. gain; 63 mi. Grizzly Metric w/6,587 ft. elev. fresnocycling.com
10/14 Bass Lake Powerhouse Double: Clovis. 202.3 mi. w/10,596 ft. of elev. gain. For serious riders, well-trained and fit! fresnocycling.com
4/1 Ride Fishrock: Boonville. A road bike race for people who aren't afraid of a little gravel. 72.4 mi. Only 1 route. ridefishrock.com
4/20-23 Life Time Sea Otter Classic: Laguna Seca, Monterey. Road Racing at Sea Otter rolls over the exciting and fast Laguna Seca Raceway track and the paved roadways of Fort Ord National Monument. Once you’re done, cruise the expo, sit with friends over a beer, enjoy the family-friendly experience at the Kids’ Zone. Sea Otter Classic
4/8 Mulholland Double: Agoura Hills. Several routes: 200 mi., 105 mi., 75 mi., 62 mi. Must love riding hills! planetultra.com/mulholland-challenge
4/23 Campagnolo Granfondo San Diego: Ruocco Park. 100 mi., 60 mi., 35 mi. 100 mi. gran fondo includes the “Great Western Loop” that cruises through East County’s backcountry, w/6,600 ft. elev. gain. There is also a timed climb on Japatul Rd. The Medio stretches from the Pacific Ocean to the San Diego backcountry and Otay Lakes in Chula Vista. the 35 mi. Piccolo is designed for riders who want a Gran Fondo experience, yet prefer a shorter riding distance, this route feature. Expect well-stocked aid stations on all routes & a fine Italian meal at the end of the rides. Campagnolo Granfondo San Diego Use Code: CYCLECA15 for 15% off your reg.
5/6 SoCal Ride and Rally to Defeat ALS: Dos Vientos Park in Newbury Park. Discover the beauty of the Conejo Valley by taking a 40 mi. tour through Newbury Park, Thousand Oaks, Westlake Village, and Hidden Valley! Not quite ready to commit to 40 miles? The 25 mi. route is just as beautiful and offers riders a very similar experience. Both options have course markings, SAG, and a rest stop. SoCal Ride & Rally to Defeat ALS Use the code CYCLECA! FOR 20% off your reg.
6/10 Giro Di San Diego: Escondido. 20 mi. w/1,500 ft. elev. 32 mi. w/2,800 ft. of elev. gain. 56 mi. w/7,000 ft. 95 mi. w/9.7900 ft. elev. gain. The 2 longer routes include KOM/QOM on Palomar Mountain climb. For your fee you get rest stops w/food & water, SAG, finisher medal, finish line bbq lunch. Giro di San Diego Use Code: CYCLECA15 for 15% off your reg.
6/11 Finish the Ride Griffith Park: Crystal Springs, Griffith Park, Los Angeles. 12 mi. Fun Ride, 20 mi. Nice & Easy Ride, 35 mi. Leg Burn route. streetsareforeveryone.org
6/24-25 Bike MS Los Angeles Coastal Challenge: Santa Monica & Ventura. 30 mi. river path, 62 mi. ride along PCH, 105 challenge ride. Overnight in Ventura then enjoy the beauty of Ventura County’s coastline and the hills and lakes of Ojai. mssociety.donordrive.com
4/1-2 Tour de Murrieta: Murrieta. One of California’s most prestigious race weekends and is scheduled for April 1-2, 2023, and will feature the most competitive race teams in California! socalcycling.com
5/6 Cajon Pass Circuit Race: San Bernardino. 3.5 mi. circuit race. majesticcycling.com
5/20 Mohawk Valley Metric Century: Pavilion Park, Coburg. 50K, 100K, 150K rolling routes w/breathtaking vistas. A fund raiser for the Oregon Youth Mountain Bike League's "GRiT" Program, which is part of the National Interscholastic Cycling Association (NICA). mohawkvalley100k.org
5/20 Reach the Beach Cycle for Air: Portland. 25 mi., 50 mi., 75 mi., 100 mi. routes along with a Cycle Your Way. A fundraiser for American Lung Assoc. Diana. Hryciw@Lung.org
5/27 Art of Survival Century: Malin, OR; Tulelake. Breathe fresh air as you ride along uncrowded roads. Choose from a century, metric, 38 mi., 14 mi. family friendly; or a 22 mi. mountain bike route through the Modoc Forest. Rest stops with great food and beverages with educational components highlighting the rich history of the area. Fees includes SAG, post-ride dinner, entertainment and prizes. Discount for registering for both days. Register at Art of Survival Century
6/10 Petal Pedal: The Oregon Garden, Silverton. 30, 50, 70, 100 mi routes through the Willamette Valley in High Bloom. Reg. includes breakfast, lunch, gourmet dinner, admission to Oregon Garden, custom bib, rest stops, course support, live music, and an open beer and wine bar.petalpedal.com
6/10 Columbia Century Challenge: Scappoose. features some great, bicycle-friendly back roads, from rolling paved roads through the old Oregon timberlands to farms, alongside open fields and pastures and the majestic Columbia River. Add charming rural towns, and you have the perfect backdrop for a fun and epic bike ride cyclecolumbiacounty.com
6/24 Gorge Ride: Portland. 19.25 miles along the historic highway and state trail west to the Senator Mark O. Hatfield West Trailhead, just east of Hood River, and then returns. A fundraiser for the historic Columbia River Highway. hcrh.org/events/
7/15-16 Seattle to Portland (STP): 206 mi. The most iconic fully supported group ride in the Pacific Northwest, with up to 6,000 riders pedaling from Seattle to Portland over one or two days. Reg. fee includes luggage transport, SAG support, five free food and hydration and aid stations, mechanical and medical support, camping at halfway point in Centralia, WA, beer garden at finish, & free STP T-shirt. 10% off flights into/out of PDX and SEA with Alaska Airlines when you fly between 7/13-18. Cascade.org
9/3 Vineyard Tour: Roseburg. 16, 30, 50, 66 & 100 mi. routes in Umpqua Valley Wine Country. Smooth, well-marked, lightly traveled roads, SAG, great rest stops. Additional social rides on Sat & Mon for registered riders as well as social events Fri, Sat, & Sun. Entry includes $20 voucher for restaurants/wineries. Spend the weekend & enjoy wine tasting, gourmet dining, hiking, fishing & biking! thevineyardtour.com
9/9 Ride the Rim: Crater Lake Nat’l Park. Ride the Rim offers a vehicle-free way to experience Crater Lake National Park. With approximately 25-miles vehicle free, 3,500 feet of climbing, and 5 rest stops - you don’t want to miss out! Register RidetheRimOregon.com
9/16 Ride the Rim: Crater Lake Nat’l Park. Ride the Rim offers a vehicle-free way to experience Crater Lake National Park. With approximately 25-miles vehicle free, 3,500 feet of climbing, and 5 rest stops - you don’t want to miss out! Register at RidetheRimOregon.com
9/23 Ride the Rogue: Palmerton Park, Rogue River. 20 mi., 40 mi., metric distances. Enjoy well-stocked rest stops, SAG, & after the ride, food, live music, and fun! ridetherogue.org
6/23-25 Baker City Cycling Classic: Baker City. Packet pickup 6/22; 6/23: Catherine Creek Road Race. 1st peloton leaves 10:30 a.m. 6/24: Baker City Time Trial to be followed by the Downtown Crit & Kid's races. 6/25 Dooley Mtn. Road Race. 1st peloton leaves 7:30 a.m. For more info, bakercitycyclingclassic.com