The 29th Annual Healdsburg Bike Tour - Sonoma County Cycling
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A World-Famous Healdsburg Bike Tour of Sonoma County
What: 29th Annual Healdsburg Harvest Century Bicycle Tour
Saturday, July 18th
Start / Finish: Healdsburg Community Church
1100 University Avenue
$85 per person Ends Monday, July 13th
A cyclist's dream, Sonoma County's scenic wine country was recently named one of Bicycling Magazine's "7 Greatest Rides on Earth." In the spirit of experiencing the ride of your life, the 29th Annual Healdsburg Harvest Century Bicycle Tour winds through a moderately challenging course that will take your breath away. Choose from routes of 23, 37, or 60 miles, the shortest also being the flattest. Another thing to consider is the fact that the 60-mile tour has two official Rest Stops along the way (Geyserville and Westside Elementary Schools), while the other routes have only one (Geyserville).
About the Routes
All routes begin and end at Healdsburg Community Church, half a mile from our hotel. Both road and mountain bikes are welcome, but bear in mind that the longer stretches have substantially sharper climbs. The 60-mile course is hands-down the most picturesque, weaving through the rolling hills, vineyards and farms of the Alexander, Dry Creek, and Russian River Valleys.
Included in Registration
Due by July 13th at the latest, your $85 registration fee ($75 per person for teams of 10 or more) includes the following:
• Limited Edition Bandana
• Gourmet Lunch (until 2pm)
• Replenishing Snacks
• Light Breakfast
• Course Maps
Order an Official Jersey
Though you may not be able to wear it the day of the tour, these $60 souvenir jerseys are a great way to commemorate the ride. Impressively professional, they feature a unique design for this year's Harvest Century, an invisible zipper, three rear pockets, COOLMAX technology, and UV protection.