Ride FAQ

You can register NOW online.
For On-Site Registration of the 25, 55, and 100 Mile Rides there is a $10 late registration fee that will be added — so register early.
  • 1 & 3 mile walk
  • 1 mile route is an easy ride designed for beginners
  • 10 mile route has slight hills with some distance
  • 25 mile route is a moderate ride with a few rolling hills
  • 50 mile and 100 mile routes have a lot of rolling hills and gradual climbs but nothing steep.

Departure times:

  • 100 mile route:  6:30 a.m. – 7:30 a.m. staggered start
  • 50 mile route:    8:00 a.m.
  • 25 mile route:    9:00 a.m.
  • 10 mile route:   10:00 a.m.
  • Walkers:            10:00 a.m. (after 10 milers leave)
Wrist bands are mandatory to enter a SAG stop. The 100 mile route has 5 SAGs, the 50 mile route has 3 SAGs, the 25 mile route has 1 SAG, 10 mile route has no SAG. In addition to water and a fluid replacement drink at all SAG stops, full SAGs have a variety of sandwich makings, energy bars, gels, cookies, fruit, etc.
Yes, this is a street ride and helmets are required by California State law.
Bike support will be available at beginning of each ride and at each SAG. Ride support vehicles will be riding through each course throughout the day. All day there will be shuttles to go from each SAG back to the start of the event if and when needed.
For bicycle rentals contact Tri-A-Bike, Inc: 760-340-2840
Yes, if they are manually pedalled or if an official hand cycle.
Yes, you may ride with a properly attached bike cart. There is no fee for a child not riding their own bicycle.
The average high is 60-70 degrees. The average low is 50-55 degrees The mornings can be a bit chilly. The ride will take place rain or shine. We do recommend plenty of hydration and sunscreen.
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