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Tour of Napa Valley

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Take in the sights of the famous Napa Valley with this day long cycling tour that is accessible for all experience levels. Enjoy views of majestic redwood forests, beautiful rose-lined vineyards, and expansive open pasture as you pedal through the region.

How to enter the Tour of Napa Valley

  1. Century

    Bike 100mi
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  2. Metric Century

    Bike 62.5mi
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  3. Flat 35

    Bike 35mi
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Tour of Napa Valley routes

Flat 35: The Flat 35 is a lightly rolling route that takes riders along the most idyllic section of the Silverado Trail. Refuel at the Conn Dam and soak up the tranquility before returning along the same route to the Napa County Fairground to celebrate.

Metric Century: The first section of this route follows the outward section of the Flat 35, so riders can experience the best part of the Silverado Trail and the Conn Dam rest stop. After a quick rest, head up and out to the Pope Valley for lunch at the Whiskey River rest stop. Make sure to drink plenty of water as riders will then tackle the Ink Grade - a 4 mile climb with a water stop at Clif Family Farm that's sure to leave your quads burning. It's not over yet, though, as there's one final climb before a flying descent down Deer Park.

Full Century: The much loved Mount Veeder climb returns after a two year absence on this lung and leg busting ride. Follow the Metric Century route to Pope Valley but instead head down the valley to Napa proper for an added loop over the iconic mountain by the Bay. A rugged climb over old pavement, the hard work makes the view at the top even more satisfying.

Event Details

What’s Included
  • Maps of race routes
  • Radio dispatched SAG support
  • Fully stocked rest stops every 25 miles
  • Buffet style picnic for riders
  • Event Village with live music, ice cream, silent auction, wine tasting and more
Raceday Logistics

Check in and collection of any pre-ordered items as well as maps and other materials will happen on the day of the Tour of Napa Valley.

Saturday 15th August

2pm-5pm Riders will be able to pick up lunch bands, ride numbers, and route maps from the Clif Family Winery, 709 Main Street, St Helena, CA.

Sunday 16th August

5.30am Check in opens at the Napa County Fairgrounds in Calistoga

6am-7am Full Century riders depart

7.30am-10.30am O'Brien Estate stop open

7am-9am Metric Century riders depart

8am-1pm Conn Dam stop open

9am-10.30am Flat 35 riders depart

9.30am-2pm Whiskey River stop open

10.30am-5pm Calistoga Post-Ride Picnic

11am-3:30pm Clif Family Farm stop open

Please do not start the ride before 6am. The first rest stop will not be available for riders who set off prior to 6am.

Kit List
  • Bike (road, hybrid, or mountain)
  • Bike Helmet
  • Sunscreen
  • Reusable water bottle

Spectators are welcome and there will be a gathering hosted by Clif Family Wineries from 2pm - 5pm. Non-riders can also purchase meals for $18 and there will also be live music from 11am - 4:30pm.

Baja Fresh will be catering for spectators and riders alike and there will also be a silent auction, a vendor expo, wine tasting, and a BMX Kiddie Rodeo.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can someone else check in for the Tour of Napa Valley for me?
No, all participants must check in themselves.
Do I need to wear a helmet on the Tour of Napa Valley?
Yes, all cyclists must wear a helmet in order to be allowed to participate.
Are there rolling starts for the Tour of Napa Valley?
Yes, there are rolling starts for the Flat 35, Metric Century, and Full Century events.
Is there camping available at the Tour of Napa Valley?
There will be limited tent camping at the event. RV parking is also available at the Napa County Fairgrounds.

Tour of Napa Valley weather forecast

Partly cloudy throughout the day.

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Meet the organiser

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The Eagle Cycling Club provides cyclists with a variety of riding experiences. Our members can be seen on the road, in the hills, on tandems, on recumbents and often pulling kids in trailers. We help the community by promoting safe bicycle riding, supporting the Napa County Bicycle Advisory Committee, Napa County Bicycle Coalition and sponsoring an Adopt a Highway cleanup section on Silverado Trail.



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