AIDS/LifeCycle SF to LA - End Aids
About the event
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Join thousands of cyclists and volunteers June 2-8, 2019 on a 545 mile journey down the California Coast.
Join thousands of cyclists and volunteers June 2-8, 2019 on a 545 mile journey down the California Coast.
The epic ride that you've been waiting for is finally here. Registration for The Sequoia Century is now open.
Bike to the Beach for autism is a non-profit organization with the goal of raising awareness and funding for autism and educating our community about the benefits of cycling. Our organization plans rides from city centers to local beaches to fundraise money for autism while engaging people with a healthy, fun, and rewarding experience. Bike to the Beach New York is a fully supported 50 & 100-mile Charity Cycling event to Westhampton Beach, NY offered on the first Friday of June.
Not only does it benefit the homeless, it promises to be a great ride for all types of cyclists, from those that are avid to those that are more recreational!
Our road rides are now bigger, better, and badder than ever! We offer three routes designed to satisfy anyonefrom semi-regular weekend riders to the most hard-core endurance cyclistswhich feature breath-taking coastal vistas, fearsome mountain climbs, rolling hills and the winding backroads of San Mateo County. Distances range between 40 to 101 miles and include our celebrated Century From Hell with a punishing 9249 elevation, named one of the top-ten century rides in Northern California. Riders are fully supported from start to finish.
Join us for the Annual Bike the Bridges. Choose from the 25mi, the 50K, the 100K, or the Century ride. Your registration includes a mouth-watering lunch and commemorative t-shirt. After the ride, stick around for the BrewFest with a wide variety of craft beers to enjoy. There will be live entertainment, vendor booths and more. Riders who are 21 years of age or older will receive free admittance to BrewFest to sample the many delicious craft beers that will be served. This is definitely a family affair so grab your lounge chairs, sunscreen, along with your family and friends and make a day of it.
The Terrible Two Double Century is one of the most challenging 200-mile rides in the United States. It follows a steeply hilly route around Napa and Sonoma Counties, passing through the vineyards of Northern California's most famous wine regions. It also explores many stretches of remote back-country and offers a long run down the rugged cliffs of the Sonoma coast. Scheduled for the weekend nearest Summer Solstice each year, it is notorious for the bake-oven heat that often occurs at that time of year.
We have moved the date take advantage of the cooler June Gloom temperatures and to avoid additional traffic on the roads. With the start and finish at Kit Carson Park in Escondido, riders are afforded a cooler climb of the Mt Palomar, now positioned only 20 miles from the start. The long Course features a route that includes the Mesa Grande, a serene and picturesque loop in the back country of San Diego. Saturday will feature our Health and Fitness Community Expo in addition to the ride.
This year, the Century will skip the Geysers and we'll instead add some of our favorite West County climbs. Enjoy cooler temperatures as you climb through the redwoods in the last 25 miles of your century ride. The Metric Century takes riders through the wine country regions of Alexander Valley and Dry Creek Valley. With only one climb, Chalk Hill, this metric century is great for beginners.
Forget what you know about Gran Fondos. For RBC GranFondo Silicon Valley, weve re-written the cycling experience to put you at the very heart from start to finish.
The Tour de Cure is all-new and is perfect for all abilities. Choose the course that best suits you, your coworkers and friends. Members of your team do not have to sign up for the same activity so building a team is easy.
All the routes will be fully supported with bike mechanics, volunteer route marshals, rest stops with food and water, cheering volunteers and more.
Presented by The Scripps Ranch Old Pros. Dedicated to the memory of Ron McElliott. The 10K race features a fast USATF sanctioned course that embraces cool Lake Miramar. A dramatic downhill finish lures the top regional triathletes and runners. The two mile fun run is a community favorite! Participants join the 10K runners at the finish line, where at 10:00 they can watch the Scripps Ranch Parade.
This family friendly fun run features a distance for everyone. You can choose between a 5K and 10K distance at this Fourth of July event, along with the 10K. For those looking for a shorter event there is the 1-Mile Bling Run, and a 1-Mile Fun Run. All events begin and end at Faurot Park in Lima, Ohio. Make a day of it and stay for the festivities and Fireworks!
New this year is the Double Stuf Oreo Challenge. Run either a 5K or 10K at both the Freedom Run and the Run To The Moon and get the really cool Double Stuf medal. Double Stuf Oreos with chocolate sauce and marshmallow fluff will be waiting for you at the finish line.
Join us for the West Coast's most scenic and best supported ride, complete with hot post ride feast at our celebratory expo, with music.
A Hopper like no other. This is your chance to ride little known dirt roads in remote Mendocino County. Over 25 years of riding and exploring in Northern California has led to the crazy combination of pav, dirt and gravel roads that make up this two-day cycling adventure.
Come join our cycling tour and tackle many of the best climbs in the San Diego region. This tour of California includes the spectacular climbs of Mt. Palomar and Mt Laguna along with many others. If you are thinking about doing something this year but just cant swing something in Europe here is the perfect opportunity to save some dollars and challenge your legs in Southern California. The terrain is considered hilly with varying degrees of short and long climbs. The base mileage each day is between 40 and 60 miles. Come join our cycling tour and tackle many of the best climbs in the San Diego region!
Haute Route San Francisco will be set against the backdrop of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge.
In one of the most visited and beautiful cities in the world, the three timed and ranked stages include iconic views of the famed Golden Gate Bridge, a climb to East Peak in Marin County and an ascent to the landmark Mt. Diablo, where the summit view encompasses 80,000 square miles of California.
It is time to get planning! On this page you will learn all about what takes to enter the Haute Route San Francisco.
Our friendly support staff is always on hand to help guide you through these options.
Oktoberfest Run Und Ride is a celebration in the heart of Fort Worth featuring 2 cycling and 2 running events. Riders will enjoy scenic views of Cow Town and celebrate at the Oktoberfest Fort Worth festival post race. Dressing in lederhosen is recommended!
Cycling in California, San Francisco to LA ride 500 miles along the infamous west coast of the USA! This incredible 12-day journey begins in the iconic city of San Francisco and ends in Santa Monica, just to the west of Los Angeles. Expect legendary surf beaches, crashing waves, idyllic bays, two fantastic cities, the chance to spot whales and otters, hearty USA portions of food, and classic American palm-tree-lined roadsall in 12 days!
Grab your kids, friends and loved ones. You don't have to ride to find your place at Levi's GranFondo. It is a magical day for the whole family, flush with live bands, stacks of food, vendors and a fun zone for the kids. Bring your bikes and park them securely for free in our gated and staffed bike parking area.
Cycle the vineyards of the Napa Valley on a fully supported private ride, complete with special guests and a post-ride lunch that could only happen in wine country.
This epic seaside marathon takes place on the picturesque Long Beach. Great for runners of all abilities, the course is completely flat and takes you through downtown Long Beach and along the Pacific beach path. Come along the big finisher’s medal and post-race celebrations.
Each year 27,000 children in the United States are diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. Half of all children eligible for a wish through a partnering wish-granting organization choose to visit Central Florida and its collection of theme parks and other attractions. With your help, Give Kids The World Village can continue to be a magical place for these families to stay during their once-in-a-lifetime trip.
Experience gorgeous riding on the Southern California coast with 100, 50, 25, 7 or 15 mile routes on Highway 101. This is a rules of the road ride, all traffic laws will be strictly enforced by municipal police departments, it is the riders responsibility to know, understand and obey all traffic laws.
This event is a collaborative effort of many local entities and non-profit organizations designed to showcase our rich historical heritage, our many natural resources, and our agricultural community. Plus promote Fitness, Family and Fun! The setting for this unique ride is in one of the most beautiful and undiscovered parts of Siskiyou and Modoc Counties in California and Klamath County in Oregon.
Strawberry Fields Forever is an annual benefit bike ride through some of the most beautiful regions of Santa Cruz County. It will be tons of fun with outrageously scenic cycling for our worthwhile cause. Weve got lots of extra goodies planned too!
Take in the view of the setting sun as you challenge yourself to 11 miles of hardcore uphill-pedaling punishment to the Ultimate Finish Line!
This course has 10,200 feet of elevation gain, more than half of which is between mile 30 and mile 70. As doubles go, its not that tough and the views and roads are so incredible, you wont even notice the climbing that it does have!
The adventure begins at Harriet Hollister Spencer State Park at the top of Canadice Hill near the southern tip of Honeoye Lake. The course will take riders over some of the highest roads in western New York with 360 degree views of the scenic Finger Lakes region's valleys and hillsides. Riders of all abilities will be thrilled and challenged by the ever-changing terrain and varied road surface. We'll take you up and down some of the most spectacular gravel and dirt roads that you'll ever find (or never would have found), across lush farm lands, through scenic valleys, and plunge deep into the woods, before an epic final climb of 4 miles, gaining over 900 feet of elevation to reach the finish at Harriet Hollister Spencer.
A perfect blend of pavement, dirt road, gravel road and historic railroad grade. The route is ~106 miles with 8,100' of elevation gain and is 80% dirt. Also available are two shorter course options; ~35 miles and ~67 miles. Racers and riders from around the world will be invited to lose themselves and find this two-wheeled paradise. A full weekend of high sierra fun for riders and non-riders alike.
Join us for the annual gold country Challenge. A ride through the historic gold mining country of western Nevada County.
Bike the West and The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society invite you to participate in the annual Americas Most Beautiful Bike Ride, one of the most scenic and awe-inspiring rides you will ever experience. Spectacular scenery, clean mountain air, great food and fully supported by experienced ride organizers makes this ride is a must do for any avid recreational bicyclist. Please check our equipment policy for restrictions or approval.
We look forward to having you on the ride! Come see why the Amgen Tour of California has selected major portions of our routes in EIGHT of their scenic races. The routes of the OVC take you through a cycling Shangri-La nestled below the stunning mountain views of the Los Padres National Forest. Our routes offer a mix of flats, mountains, beautiful country, the Pacific coast and good weather all in one place.
Since 1978 the Tour of the Unknown Coast has been one of Californias Toughest Century Rides and among the most beautiful rides anywhere. For 2019 theyre stepping up their game and adding the new Avenue of the Giants Century.
Classic Doubles are more than challenging alone. The Tour of Two Forests has been such a classic since its first edition in 1980. It starts and ends in Santa Clarita and traverses parts of L.A., Ventura, and Kern Counties, plus the name-giving Angeles National Forest and Los Padres National Forest. This is a big ride in more ways than one: 198 miles with about 13,220 feet of elevation gain. Its one of the most scenic courses in Southern California and is almost free of traffic lights.
The Black Fly Challenge is a classic Adirondack Mountain gravel grinder that takes place every year on the second Saturday in June. The race changes direction every year with the start and finish alternating between Indian Lake and Inlet, NY. Over half the 40 mile course traverses the rugged Moose River Recreation Area on mountain roads composed of dirt, gravel, sand and exposed boulders with several steep elevation changes.
Join over 2,000 other riders, and enjoy a great day of bicycling along the LA River and through DTLA to Long Beach. With five rides to choose from, ranging from 2 to 100 miles, theres an experience for everyone at the LA River Ride!
Escape to rows of rich black fields standing guard like soldiers against the pressure of the world's most iconic urban landscape. Breathe deeply as you pedal through the beautiful rural region that has been supplying food to the masses for centuries.
Experience a beautiful and challenging ride with views of vineyards, grasslands, redwoods and the Pacific Ocean in Mendocino County, California.
The Etape du Tour Ride Series encourages cyclists around the world to ride like Tour de France legends in over 10 international locations including Japan, Australia, South Africa, and Brazil.
Join the Tour de France legend as we climb our way through the San Gabriel Mountains of Southern California.
By participating in the Hospice Gran Fondo Bike Ride, you will not only be supporting a good cause Niagara Hospice you will also enjoy a beautiful, scenic ride throughout Niagara Wine Country.
Sierra to the Sea is a scenic and challenging 8-day California bicycle and camping tour.We ride again this year from Lake Tahoe, cross the Sierra Nevada, then traverse the Sacramento, Route Thumbnail Napa and Russian River Valleys, to the Pacific Coast. The tour finishes with a ride across the Golden Gate Bridge and a picnic in Golden Gate Park.
CYCLE THE SIERRA is an annual cycling event that takes place in the Sierra Nevada Mountains of Northern California. This fully supported, five-day journey takes riders on a 300-mile loop through breathtaking country, beneath granite peaks, through evergreen forests and to alpine hot springs. Well ride through iconic locations like Lake Tahoe and the area where gold was discovered starting the California Gold Rush, over the 4th highest bridge in the US, and through numerous unique and historical communities along the way.
Each day cyclists will travel roughly 60 miles. At night, well camp together under the stars. Camps will feature delicious food, live music, a beer and wine garden, massage therapists, bike mechanics and other cyclists letting loose on vacation from all over the United States.
Funk Bottoms Gravel will once again challenge cyclists to Ohios Toughest Gravel Grinder. Two races, one brutal course! A one lap 100K race and for the ultimate challenge, a double lap 200K race. The course will take riders along some of Ohios most scenic back country roads. On each lap, riders will be challenged with over 7,000 feet of vertical climbing! The 200K race is an Ohio epic. It is a relentless and grueling climbers course. The overall 200K female and male finishers will receive a free entry into Gravel Worlds in Lincoln Nebraska.
3 Biking Events on Father's Day Saturday in 1 beautiful northern California environment.
The Adirondack 540 Gran Fondo is a very laid-back ride, with an emphasis on fun.Riders will do one full loop on the legendary 136-mile Adirondack 540 course and afterward, we'll host a summer evening pizza party and informal ultra race seminar.
The Fresno Cycling Club invites all riders to take the challenge at this years Climb to Kaiser. We offer three rides to choose from: The traditional Climb to Kaiser, rated as one of the 10 toughest rides in America by Bicycling Magazine, The Tollhouse Century, and the Millerton Metric.