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February 23, 2020
59 Miles, Rolling Hills with Gradual Climbs Meet Time: 7:30am Ride-Out Time: 8:00am Heavy Rain Cancels Level: Intermediate This week we will be touring the Temecula Valley Wine Country. We will make our way thru Old Town Temecula on our way to the Winw Country. Many of our rest stops are planned at different wineries, […]Find out more »
44 Miles, Steep Hills with Long Climbs (Additional Details Below) Meet Time: 7:30 am Ride-Out Time: 8:00 am Rain Cancels Level: Intermediate Enjoy one of our last "short" trips to White Water Canyon. Then add some flat miles for even more time in the saddle. Great climbs and views. Check out the event on […]Find out more »
33 Miles, Rolling Hills with Gradual Climbs Meet Time: 8:00 am Ride-Out Time: 8:30am Rain Cancels Level: Beginner & Intermediate Let do some city cycling! We'll start from Mission Bay South Shores boat launch, head up to Hillcrest via Bachman (YIKES), take a lil trip through Balboa Park, head down to the harbor, visit Cabrillo […]Find out more »
52 Miles - 3,000 feet elevation gain, Steep Hills with Long Climbs (Additional Details Below) Meet Time: 8:00 am Ride-Out Time: 8:30 am Rain Cancels Level: Intermediate Starting from Encino, the ride heads north into Porter Ranch where we take a break at Starbucks. However, what is notable about this ride is the serious […]Find out more »
45 Miles, Rolling Hills with a Few Steep Climbs Meet Time: 8:00 am Ride-Out Time: 8:30 am Rain Cancels Level: Intermediate Join us at Helen's Cycles-Santa Monica (parking available "only" on the street) We'll take a warm up spin through the Westwood area on our way to climb Bellagio in Bel Air. We'll continue […]Find out more »
Stafford Lake and Novato 48.2 Miles, Rolling Hills and Steep Climbs Meet: 8:30 AM Ride-Out: 9:00 AM Heavy Rain Cancels The Marin Marauders is a warm and welcoming AIDS Lifecycle training group based in Marin County. Our rides are geared towards getting cyclists ready for the AIDS Lifecycle. If you live in Marin, this […]Find out more »
Fairfax 38 Miles, Rolling Hills Meet: 8:30 AM Ride-Out: 9:15 AM Heavy Rain Cancels Positive Pedalers (PosPeds) are the positive face of HIV. We are a group of HIV + and HIV - people committed to building a supportive and inclusive community through participation in public and visible activities. Our mission is simple – […]Find out more »
People of Color Training Ride 40 Miles, Rolling Hills Meet: 8:30 AM Ride-Out: 9:00 AM Rain Cancels Find community with the People of Color Training ride for AIDS/LifeCycle! We’ll enjoy a beautiful ride in the South Bay as we ride out from Mountain View down to Stevens Creek Reservoir to Los Gatos and back […]Find out more »
Dumbarton 50 Miler aka The Southbay Loop 49.6 Miles, Mostly Flat Meet: 8:45 AM Ride-Out: 9:30 AM Heavy Rain Cancels Join Awesome Ahead Season 8 (Sunnyvale) every Sunday to incrementally increase your distance and climbing, while learning the tips, tricks, and rules of the road that will make your ALC experience unforgettable. AwsomeAhead! Volume […]Find out more »
Orinda to Las Tramplas Open Space via Danville 31/48 Miles, Rolling Hills Meet: 8:45 AM Ride-Out: 9:30 AM Rain Cancels The seventh week of the Sunday Orinda Ride Series takes us out to Danville and beyond. This ride is significantly less hilly than last week, but it is certainly not flat. After our first […]Find out more »
Seattle PJI Ride #3 31.8 Miles, Rolling Hills & Steep Climbs Meet: 9:45 AM Ride-Out: 10:00 AM Rain Cancels This ride will go over to and around Mercer Island AIDS/LifeCycle official training rides are an inclusive and safe space welcoming ANY and ALL, regardless of skill level or cycling pace. All skill levels are […]Find out more »