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March 07, 2005

SoCal Cycling Events coming fast, and furious

There are numerous Cycling Tour, Family Fun Ride, and road cycling, events coming up in the next few weeks, and months, in Southern California.

Solvang Spring Tour and Solvang Double Century: These March events of 50 to 300 miles are quite popular.

Tour de Sewer: Now in its 20th year this ride, sponsored by The Bell Gardens Lions Club, every March, has rides of 15, 30, and 62 miles.

Tour de OC: An event in my own backyard now in its 11th year. The April event has rides of 25, 50, and 100 miles. Raises money for Charity.

Ride for Aids: San Diego fun rides of 10, 25, or 50 miles in April.

City of Angels Fun Ride: Annual 38 mile urban ride around Los Angeles in conjunction with the Southern Ca. Bike Expo in April.

Mulholland Challenge: Santa Monica Mountains, Calabassas, and Malibu. Half Century, Metric Century, or Century, pick yer poison in May!

Norwalk Spring Spokes Tour: This May event travels around portions of LA County and the OC, in your choice of 15, 25, or 63 mile routes. The city website has info for this Norwalk Arts and Sports Foundation event.

Cruisin' the Conejo: This May event in the Thousand Oaks area, is in its 21st year. Ride options include 21, 35, 62, 68, and 101 miles.

47th Annual LA Wheelmen Grand Tour: This June event, based out of Malibu, is special, and extremely challenging, which ever route you choose. 120, 200, 300, and 400 mile routes!

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Thanks for posting a bunch of local rides. I hadn't heard about half of them - they're not up yet on https://socalcycling.com.

Posted by: Matt Karaffa | Mar 14, 2005 10:36:03 PM

U R Welcome! :-D

Posted by: Kiril Kundurazieff | Mar 16, 2005 11:49:13 AM

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