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SoCal: ChainGang Rides PCH- Cross Creek to Oxnard Loop
March 23, 2019@ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
52 or 70 miles, Rolling Hills with Steep Climbs
Ride-Out Time: 8:30am
Join the Chain Gang for a beautiful ride along the Pacific Ocean as we build up the miles in preparation for the Paul Hulse Century! We meet at the CoffeeBean at Cross Creek as our starting point, and head North on PCH towards Trancas, Leo Carillo and The Rock, with some rolling hills and a nice, wider shoulder to ride on all the way to Point Mugu.
The shorter route (approx 52 miles) turns around at the Pt Mugu bridge and heads back the way we came, while the longer route turns onto Las Posas, and then onto Hueneme Road all the way to our turnaround point at Wendy’s in Oxnard. We regroup there, with lots of different options for lunch and refueling, before we return to Hueneme Road, and a scenic detour along Naval Air Road on our way back to PCH.
With the ocean now on our right, we follow the coast all the way back to Cross Creek with gorgeous views all along the route – you might even get to see some dolphins or whales!
This is the perfect ride for building up your miles and getting in some great training for upcoming centuries (and of course ALC), so join us for a beautiful ride!
You CAN do it and the ALC-certified Training Ride Leaders are here to make sure you have all the support and encouragement you need. We are friendly, fun and ALL skill levels are welcome. NO RIDER WILL BE LEFT BEHIND.
Required items for all Training Rides. If you don’t have any of the items listed, please contact us. We’ll help you figure out what you need and where to get it!
A Bike Helmet
2 water bottles or 1 hydration pack (like a Camelbak)- 1 bottle should be filled with an electrolyte replacement drink.
Bike Frame Pump or C02 cartridges
Several energy bars
Training Ride Leaders: Mel Embree, Chris Eisenberg, Augusto Ferriols, Dee Paul
New or have questions? Email Mel at firstname.lastname@example.orgRSVP