Thursday, December 30, 2010

Diablo Century - Walnut Creek, CA - April 17, 2011

Diablo Century
Walnut Creek, CA
April 17, 2011
Registration begins January 15!

The 3rd Annual Diablo Century is just around the corner! Join 750 cycling friends for an unforgettable century! The Diablo Century offers beautiful scenery and a memorable, healthy day for everyone! Choose from our 100-mile, 100K, and 25-mile routes.
Sponsored by the Contra Costa JCC
Route Description
100-K Route (62 miles)
The 100K-route takes you out to the spectacular backside of Mt. Diablo via Clayton and the Morgan Territory, gaining 4,377 feet as you ride. Spectacular views await you as you climb to one of the peaks of the hills of the Tri-Valley. Descend into Livermore and return via Danville and scenic Blackhawk.

100-Mile RouteOur 100-mile route follows the 100-k route but finishes with a jaunt to Castro Valley, followed by a climb up Redwood Road to Moraga and then back to the JCC. The elevation gain is 2,720 feet.

25-Mile Route
The 25-mile route takes you through the scenic hills of Danville and Alamo to the foot of Mr. Diablo and back. the elevation gain is 499 feet. This is the perfect ride for the casual recreational cyclist.

All routes feature well-supplied rest stops with water, fruit and yummy snacks, as well as a hot lunch at the end. You'll also get a route map and a commemorative T-shirt.

Pedaling Paths to Independence - Linden, CA - Feb. 26, 2011

Pedaling Paths to Independence
Linden, CA
Feb. 26, 2011

Welcome to the third Pedaling Paths to Independence! Thanks to riders, sponsors, and volunteers, Pedaling Paths to Independence raised $7,500.00 last year to provide services to people in the greater San Joaquin and southern Sacramento county areas whose vision impairments impede their ability to perform tasks of daily living. The clients, staff and board of directors are grateful for everyone’s support. THANK YOU!


Cycle for Sight - Napa, Ca - Apr. 16, 2011

Napa, CA
Apr. 16, 2011

Cycle for Sight has three scenic 50, 25, and 15 mile courses, that wind among the hills and vineyards of the World Famous Napa Valley. The ride starts and finishes at Justin Siena High School where the Cycle for Sight Wine and Music Festival will take place.
During the festival enjoy wine tasting from Napa Valley wineries, beer tasting from local microbreweries and local cuisine from Napa Valley restaurants, all while listening and dancing to the sounds of "Pride and Joy".
Proceeds will go to two local organizations, Enchanted Hills Camp For The Blind & Visually Impaired and The California Veterans "Pathway Home Project." Our goal is to raise $100,000. We look forward to your participation.
You also can RAISE PLEDGES for every mile you ride.
On line rgistration for cyclists and festival tickets is now closed. Still open to recieve on line pledges and donations.

Same day registration will be available onsite saturday morning beginning at 7:00 am and closing at 10:00 am. Festival tickets can be purchased at registration tables and at festival entry opening at 11:00 am. To save time--please download a registration form, complete prior to saturday and bring with you with your check---payable to "rotary bike event".

Avoid the lines and register as a "pedal of honor registrant"---with priority registration area!