Premier century in the east bay which includes climbs of Mt Diablo and Morgan Territory. Almost 7,000 ft of climbing ensures that this is a challenging event which makes for a fantastic finish to the biking season. For the less adventurous routes of 60, 30 and 15 miles are also available at this event making it a destination event for seasoned century riders or casual family riders alike. The event benefits the Sentinels of Freedom whose goal is provide life altering changes and support to severally wounded veterans
Devil Mountain Century 100 mile Century Ride -- Begins at 7AM Route Map
challenging century featuring two climbs to 2,000 ft. and throw in some
rolling hills to make a total ascent of 6,990 ft. for the entire ride.
The first climb takes you to the Ranger Station junction on Mt. Diablo
at mile 18.5. As you drop down the north side of Mt. Diablo you make
your way to the small historic town of Clayton. The second climb is at
mile 46.75 into the Morgan Territory. The ride then traverses through
Morgan Territory followed by a breathtaking dive down into the Livermore Valley. The route
takes you along some of the region's best wineries and vineyards.
Continuing, you enter the old railroad station town of Sunol before
returning to the start. This is a century filled with a variety of
challenging climbs that are completed in the first half before winding
through beautiful foothills of the East Bay to the finish.
Post Ride Barbeque
event participants are invited to join us for a barbeque after their
ride. Lunch and t-shirts will be available after the ride in the
Park Area see map for details. We do encourage you to bring lawn
chairs or picnic families for you and your family to enjoy the music.
Attending non-bikers don't have to miss the barbeque!. Additional lunch
tickets are available for $5.
Various vendors will be onsite displaying their wares. Bike Shops, Sporting Goods stores as well and wineries and breweries will be on hand to make the post ride party a memory event.
event will feature music by Ken Cooper. Ken Cooper is a renowned local musician who has played in such memory bands as the Buzz tones. He and his band will be providing lively music to enjoy at the end of
your ride along with the food, wine, beer, massages and other stuff.
Music will start about 1:30 and continue to 4:30 PM.