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DATE / TIME EVENTS / INDUSTRY LOCATION
Oct 03, 2009-
Oct 03, 2009
12:00AM - 12:00AM
Levi Leipheimer's King Ridge GranFondo
Join three-time Amgen Tour of California winner, Levi Leipheimer, for a fully-supported fall bicycle ride in some of the nation's finest cycling country.
Sonoma,
Start/finish at Finley Community Center
Event Description

Join three-time Amgen Tour of California winner, Levi Leipheimer, for a fully-supported fall bicycle ride in some of the nation's finest cycling country.  Three different routes, ranging from a fairly flat 36 miles, to a very hilly 103 miles, capture the romance of Sonoma County’s most picturesque vineyards, towering redwoods, grassy meadows and coastal panoramas. In the tradition of the gran fondo, these are timed, non-competitive rides. Very strong, skilled riders may opt for the 103-mile GranFondo; the 65-mile MedioFondo is intended for riders with plenty of experience but who ride only once or twice a week; we suggest the gentle 36-mile PiccoloFondo for less experienced riders or those looking for an easy pedal through beautiful landscapes.

When: October 3, 2009

Where: Sonoma County, California. Start and finish in Santa Rosa

What: Recreational, fully supported mellow-paced bicycle ride with three options (distances subject to minor change):

Why: The rides raise funds for the Tour of California and Forget Me Not Farms. 

Prices: Solo $90-$115; Tandem $180-230Registration closes at midnite on September 15.

Fee: $90.00

Contact Information
Name: Bike Monkey LLC     Email: levisgranfondo@bikemonkey.net
Phone: 707-543-4300

 

 

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