California Bicycle Ride Calendar — August

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Marin County Century and the Mt. Tam Double — Aug. 1, 2015 Six bike ride options are offered; 50K, 100K, Marin Century, Mount Tam Century, 200K, and Mt. Tam Double Century. Limited to 2,000 riders. All rides start at the Vallecito Elementary School in San Rafael. Sponsored by the Marin Cyclist Bike Club. (Registration closed July 28, 2014)

Tour de Peninsula — Aug. 2, 2015  Coyote Point Park on San Francisco Bay in San Mateo is the focal point of this recreational bike ride. Ride options of 21, 32, and 63 miles are offered as well as shorter rides for families with kids. Barbecuing, picnicking and other activities are available. Proceeds to San Mateo County Parks and Car-free Sunday Bicycling on Canada Road. (Information in .doc format.)

Mt. Shasta Summit Century — Aug. 2, 2015  Four rides of 139, 100, 60 and 30 miles. The “super century” features 16,500 feet of climbing; all the rides take in the Alpine scenery of Mt. Shasta in the Shasta – Trinity National Forest. Starts about midway between Redding and Yreka. Sponsored by Mountain Wheelers.

Tour d’Organics – Sebastopol — Aug. 9,  2015  Visit organic farms in the Sebastopol area on 35, 65, or 100-mile bike rides. Loops begin at Sebastopol community center; sponsored by OrganicAthletic.

Bike and Brew Fest — Aug. 16, 2015 Supports the US Bicycling Hall of Fame in Davis.

Holstein Hundred Aug. 16, 2014 (Cancelled for 2014; returns 2016) Three options — 100 miles, 67 miles and 35 miles. Bikes use rural roads through West Marin and Sonoma counties for scenic views. The century features 5,500 feet of climbing. Destinations include Bodega Bay and Chileno Valley. A fund-raiser for West Marin Senior Services.

Cool Breeze — Aug. 15, 2015  Four bike ride routes up the coast and into the mountains, leaving from Ventura. Distances — 38 miles, 60 miles, 102 miles and 124 miles. The Double Metric is a Brevet sanctioned by the Randonneurs USA and features 8,500 feet of climbing.

Tour of Napa Valley — Aug. 16, 2015 Three options are available for cyclists — 100 miles, 65 miles, and 30 miles. Bike tours start at the Yountville Veterans Home and proceeds over Ink Grade, Pope Valley, or Mt. Veeder, depending on the route. Sponsored by the Eagle Cycling Club of Napa.

Central Coast Classique –  Supporting Uniformed Officers and Armed Forces (California) — Aug. 22, 2015  Cyclists can choose from three options — 100, 64 and 30 miles — for the bike ride that begins at Arroyo Grande (San Luis Obispo County) and passes vineyards in the Edna Valley with a turnaround at Avila Beach.. Winery discounts offered at rest stops. Presented by Creative Meditation and San Luis Obispo Law Enforcement Assistance Foundation (SLOLEAF).

Bike the Bay — Aug. 23, 2015  Ride your bike across the Coronado Bay Bridge. The 25-mile bike ride is limited to the first 2,500 entrants. Takes in San Diego, Coronado, Imperial Beach, Chula Vista and National City. Benefits San Diego County Bicycle Coalition.

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  1. john cotter

    MEMO: Your calendar is for 2012. It is now . . . 2013.

    Just trying to help.

  2. sue pollock

    Please add to your 2013 calendar the Tour of Novato on May 4th, 2013. The Metric Century is only $50 and would be an excellent training ride for the Eschelon Granfondo on May 18th. Shorter courses are $25. The Tour of Novato ( will benefit Novato schools.

  3. Kelly Donohue

    I would like to add the below information to both your August rides and your Charity rides. I did not see an e-mail address for contact information so I’m assuming this is the right place to leave that information :)

    August 22,d 2015
    4th Annual Central Coast Classique

    Heritage Square Park, Arroyo Grande in San Luis Obispo County
    Full century (100 mi.), metric century (64 mi.), & half metric century (30 mi.) bike rides in San Luis Obispo County. The 30 mi. ride boasts coastal views of Pismo with an amazing rest stop and turnaround on the boardwalk in Avila Beach. The metric century continues through the wine country in Edna Valley and onto Lopez Lake. The century continues on to rolling hills through the country-side of Huasna Valley. This ride benefits local non-profits the San Luis Obispo Law Enforcement Assistance Foundation & Creative Mediation.

    All riders receive swag, lunch, fully stocked rest stops, SAG support, and a post-ride BBQ, with music and expo! Every rider receives a WINE TASTING PUNCH CARD to track their ride & receive free tastings for a week!

    Early Bird : $60 / Regular : $70 / Late : $80. 10% discount for law enforcement, military, & groups of 4+. For more info call (805) 549-0442 or visit

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