Some Favorite Rides From Bike Friday Customers

We recently sent out an email with a handful of our favorite upcoming group rides and we got a passionate response! There was a lot of excitement and several great additional suggestions, so we decided to make a follow up list!*

*You can help us grow the list by posting in the comments section

 

Anonymous’ pick: AIDS/LifeCycle Ride to End AIDS 2016

A fully supported, 7-day bike ride from San Francisco to LA to raise money and awareness in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Thousands participate in this 545 mile long, life-changing ride every year.

6/5/2016 San Francisco, CA

Registration Closed

http://www.aidslifecycle.org/

 

John from Oregon’s pick: Cycle Oregon – Week Ride

A fully supported ride through bucolic Oregon in its late summer peak. Enjoy massage and acupuncture, cold microbrews, Oregon wine, gourmet coffee, hand tossed pizza on this week long ride!

9/10 Myrtle Creek, OR

Registration Closed

http://cycleoregon.com/week-ride/

 

Brian from Oregon’s pick: Rapha Retreat L’Eroica Vintage Tuscany

Grab your vintage bike and head for Italy. Rapha presents a stunning four day, fully supported ride through Tuscany, complete with daily massages, nutrition coaching and airport pick up.

9/30 Tuscany, IT

Registration Closed

http://pages.rapha.cc/travel/retreats/eroica-vintage-tuscany

 

Co-founder of Bike Friday, Alan Scholz’s pick: Solvang Century

When Alan heard we were putting out another list, he wanted to make sure that this personal favorite made it into the mix. Alan rode in the Solvang Century a number of years ago and loved it “It’s a beautiful spring ride, and if I had the time I would absolutely do it again!” The 100-mile SoCal ride supports cycling as a means of rehabilitative therapy for heart disease. Proceeds go to benefit three summer camps for children with severe congenital heart disease.

2017 Date TBA – Solvang, CA

Make sure to look for this ride next spring!

http://www.bikescor.com/solvang_century/information.html

 

Bronwyn from Australia’s pick: The Annual Australia Bike Friday Club Ride

Every year 100+ Bike Friday owners gather for a five day ride in Australia; this year marks their 20th! Join them next year for their 21st ride in April of 2017!

Contact Bronwyn  bicycle@aapt.net.au  or Margaret  mday@picknowl.com.au for more information.

Help us grow our list!

Bike Friday owners have the best perspective on the world’s best rides, because Bike Friday owners ride all over the world! Tell us your favorite rides in the comments section below.

 

 

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12 thoughts on “Some Favorite Rides From Bike Friday Customers

  1. Dean phelps

    Cycle North Carolina. A one week ride from the mountains to the coast. Held annually the first week of October.

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  2. Nina Sabghir

    Tour De Simcha now in its 5th year. Part of Chai Lifeline, people bike and run all over the world to help children and families affected by cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. This year 180 women will bicycle 73 miles from New Jersey to the Catskills. The ride ends at Camp Simcha where the campers eagerly wait for the riders to arrive. Then it”s party time. Take a look at the videos and visit my page at tourdesimcha.com

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    1. Matthew Corson-Finnerty Post author

      This sounds like a really important and worthwhile ride, thanks for sharing Nina!

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  3. Glen Townend

    Go to Michigan and ride the DALMAC Labor day. A great ride beginning in Lansing and ending at or over the Mac bridge. A great ride for the family too

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  4. Bill Grant

    Bike Maine is a real treat. We did it a couple of years ago and this year it will be with my new Pocket Rocket!

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  5. Ken d

    The Unknown Coast Weekend in Ferndale CA, put on by Chico Velo Sept 17 and 18. Two day ride, redwood forests, pristine coastline and some nice hills including “the wal”. Rest stops, dinner, pancake breakfast, free camping or pay another $15 and stay in a cabin. Two day price is around $85. Chicovelo.org

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