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The event has been canceled due to the uncertainty of the Covid virus.. Mark July 17, 2021 for next year‘s event.
Western Iowa, starting point will be released Jan 25th
48th Annual bike ride across Iowa has been postponed until July 25th, 2021
Plan to Ride the Parkway, an event to benefit the American River Parkway Foundation. Stay tuned for registration information and details. Get this on your calendar and lets be the top team again this year.
Rodata Trails Parking Lot, near Graton & Ross Roads in Graton
Day One - 10am, 37miles, 1706’ - we’ll ride from tiny Graton for lunch on the patio at Healdsburg Bar and Grill on the plaza. Shorter option is a 25-mile out-and-back that also meets at Healdsburg. Both routes swept. An acceptable longer alternative is to start the ride at the Lodge in Occidental. This out-and-back is not swept.
Day Two (Option 1) - 52miles, 2371’ - we’ll take a side trip along Austin Creek to the slightly uphill Cazadero Highway General Store and deli before heading to the spectacular Sonoma Coast and Bodega Bay for a seaside lunch. Shorter options available. Swept.
• Day Two (Option 2) – 62miles, 4446’ - offers more challenge on steep, remote Fort Ross Road with an 18% descent on Meyers Grade to the Coast Highway and the Russian River at Jenner. No sweep.
• Day Two (Option 3) – 55miles, 5200’ (est.)- takes even more challenging King Ridge Road out of Cazadero. No sweep.
• Yet another Day Two option on all routes is beautiful, rural, 9-mile Coleman Valley Road from Highway 1 to Occidental. Spectacular views (but not for the faint-of-heart), No Sweep.
*Note: These routes are tentative and may be modified. Alternative routes may be added.
Day Three – 32 miles, 2700’ - we’ll ride through majestic Armstrong Redwoods State National Reserve. The ride should finish in time to shower and leave the hotel by checkout time. Swept.
*Note: This routes is tentative and may be modified. Alternative Routes may be added.
Come have breakfast hosted by Bob and Janet Kendall at their house in Granite Bay (near Beals Point)
Route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/25851561?privacy_code=WSwWQqWAysOnKgfS, 31 miles, 1100 ft of climbing
7740 Butte House Rd, at Acacia
Ride 20, 40, 65 or 100 miles in the area around the Sutter Buttes. Text or email me if you don‘t see me there to sign in. At the end of the ride, text me again with actual mileage. Register on their website. Start time depends on the route. Look in ABOUT US on the website.
The Tour offers a wonderful Spring day of riding the scenic back roads of Lincoln and South Placer County. The ride is fee based and includes a continental breakfast, well stocked rest stops along the routes, and a great post-ride BBQ lunch. The Tour de Lincoln is presented by the Lincoln Rotary Club Foundation. Proceeds support Rotary service projects. For more information see TourdeLincoln.org. Sign up now on Active.com. There will 100k, 50k, and 25k routes. Contact the Ride Coordinators if you would like to be responsible for the sign-in sheet. Directions: Take I-80 East toward Reno then Hwy 65 North to the Lincoln Blvd. exit, turn right. Travel 2 miles then turn right onto 65 McBean Park Dr. Lincoln Ca. 95648 /Hwy 193. Follow the signs
Grade: D26+/C60+ with B hills. This is the Party Pardee Pre-Ride for the volunteer workers who are working Pardee on Oct. 24th. Services are a bit scarce along the routes, so please be prepared and self-sufficient with fluids, food and supplies since there are no official food stops. On the long route services are available at mile 14, mile 29 and again at mile 48 in Valley Springs. Rain or threat of rain cancels the ride. Meet at the Howard Park parking lot in Ione.
This premier event was postponed from April 4,2020. If you registered for that date your registration is still valid for the Oct.24, 2020. Registration transfers will open June 1, 2020 if you are unable to attend the Oct. 24, 2020 date. This is the 28th Annual Sacramento Bike Hiker Party Pardee ride out of Ione, CA. A very popular ride, it is the premier cycling event in Northern California.
The 2021 Party Pardee will return to the first weekend in April which is April 3, 2021.
Daylight Savings Time Ends
Annual Soup Lunch and Ride
Gold River Town Center. Park and start across from Rite Aid near the Sunrise side of the parking lot
Meet at Gold River Town Center in the parking lot across from Rite Aid. We will do 20 or so miles at a leisurely pace. The idea behind the ride is to welcome newcomers and provide a ride at a slower pace and shorter distance. There is no route sheet. Optional lunch at Rubio‘s after the ride. Grade: D/E20
Veterans Day / Remembrance Day
This ride includes two parts - a swept 24-mile course that includes hilly Folsom trails and roads, and a non-swept optional 7-mile circle from La Bou to the fish hatchery. Riders are invited to start the 7-mile loop at 9:00 AM, or after completion of the 24-mile loop. The sign-in sheet will be available at the ride leader‘s white dually PU, but the ride leader may not return from riding the fish hatchery loop until 9:45 am. The ride leader will start the 24-mile loop at 10:00 am sharp. We almost always stay for lunch at La Bou‘s after the ride, so bring your appetite! The total climb is 1,300 feet. Grade: D24/31 Ride with GPS link: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/30826234