A weekend of fun 3 non-competitive rides (30, 60 and 120 miles), 2 endurance races (200 and 400 miles), an expo and post-event party with awards, entertainment, food and drink. The 120-mile ride is a Gran Fondo.
Choose the appropriate length and difficulty. All rides leave Crocker Park and head west on O Street. The 30-mile ride turns left on Front Street and heads south toward Freeport where it jumps up on the levee, crosses the Sacramento River and heads north up the west levee road back to Raley Field. The riders head back across the River on the Gateway Bridge to the finish. The 60-mile riders follow the same course to Freeport, but keep riding down the east levee to Courtland. Just after Courtland, they cross the river and return via the west levee road. At the Freeport Bridge the 60-mile route re-joins the 30-mile route. The 120-mile Gran Fondo riders turn north on Front Street, head under the Capitol Mall/I-5 overpass,and west on Capitol Avenue to the junction with I-80.There they will get on the bike path and proceed to Davis.Riders will pass by the US Bicycling Hall of Fame and through the UC Davis Campus.The route goes through Winters, south to Vacaville and back north to Monticello Dam on Lake Berryessa and back toWinters before heading north to Woodland.Woodland is the home to RAAM Hall of Fame member Lee Fuzzy Mitchell.Riders will pass through Woodland and follow the Sacramento River back to the finish.