Sebastopol Community Cultural Center

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TDO 2014 Route Descriptions

Routes 16, 30, 70, 100

16 Mile: Ride with GPS link Enjoy a stroll along the West County Joe Rodota trail, and some rolling hills. This ride includes a stop at Gabriel Farm. Beginners and kids will enjoy.

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30 Mile: Ride with GPS link The route heads north along the West County Trail through the Green Valley watershed. The first rest stop is at Gabriel Farm. The ride continues through Forestville and north along the Russian River. After skirting the town of the Windsor, the loop heads south again to the 2nd rest stop at Golden Nectar Farms. The riders will meander through the farmland of the Santa Rosa plain past scenic vineyards on the way back home. Lunch awaits at the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center.

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70 Mile: Ride with GPS link Going north from Sebastopol, the route travels through the Green Valley watershed stopping first at Gabriel Farm. The riders then go north to Forestville, and then head over to the Russian River Valley and up Westside Road, a road well known to local cyclists. Before turning onto Dry Creek Road, the second rest stop at Middleton Farms. Continuing north through the Dry Creek Valley, the route dips and curves along the narrow roads before reaching Dry Creek Peach and Produce. Lunch will also be served here. The route then heads east over a short climb to Geyserville. New this year is a tour of the Alexander Valley. (we skip Healdsburg this year as the bridge is closed for renovation!) We meander on popular routes, and stop for a rest on beautiful Chalk Hill Road. The short climb over Chalk hill delivers us east of Windsor. The riders then turn west and ride through Windsor. On the outskirts of Windsor is Golden Nectar Farms. The route heads back south through the farmland of the Santa Rosa plain, and the Sebastopol Community Cultural Center, where a post ride meal and music awaits!

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100 Mile: Ride with GPS link Century riders are in for a truly unique, challenging, and beautiful ride taking in the huge variety of topography and microclimates in our county. The ride first travels into the southern hills of Sebastopol and northern Marin, through the town of Bloomfield, before visiting 3 Ox Farm on Blucher Valley road. From there the route goes north to Gabriel Farm, where the 100 milers join the rest of the riders. At that point, the century and metric century riders stay together all the way home.

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