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This calendar is presented by Suburban Cyclists Unlimited and lists bicycle events that take place within approximately 150 miles of Horsham, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

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The following events have been announced by their sponsoring organizations. (SCU does not predict dates based on the previous year's calendar.) Events are subject to cancellation and dates may change - please read the disclaimer! See Other Calendars for rides outside of the SCU area. All rides are on-road tours unless noted off-road. Unless marked "SCU", these events are not affiliated with nor endorsed by Suburban Cyclists Unlimited.

July 2015

Sun. July 5, Delaware DoubleCross, Middletown, DE. Cross and "double-cross" an entire state in only 31 total miles over mostly flat terrain. A second (different) 31-mi loop is also available. White Clay Bicycle Club

July 10-12, Tandem Weekend, Glassboro, NJ.

Sat. July 11, Seed Farm Ride & Run, Emmaus, PA. New 10-, 25- and 50-mi hilly routes. Register by 6/19 to receive a Seed Farm CleanBottle water bottle. Post-ride celebration will include lunch from 29 Cooks, Samuel Adams locally brewed beer, and ice cream. It will also feature farm tours, a mini farmers' market, raffles, kid-friendly activities, and music.

Sat. July 11, The Boob Ride, St. Peter's Village, PA. Ride 10, 30 or 50 mi on rolling-to-hilly terrain. There will be no SAG support on this ride. Benefits the Susan G. Komen 3-Day Walk for a Cure for Breast Cancer.

Sun. July 12, Bastille Day Randonee, Frenchtown, NJ. This is a self-supported 84-mi ride through central New Jersey, with 4,600 ft of climbing. A cue sheet and GPS data will be provided to pre-registered riders, but roads will not be marked. Kermesse Sport

Sun. July 12, Tour de Queens, Queens, NY. 20 mi. Benefits Transportation Alternatives.

Sat. July 18, New Holland Bicycle Race, New Holland, PA. 50-mi ride.

Sun. July 19, Irish Pub Tour de Shore, Philadelphia, PA, to Atlantic City, NJ. Ride 65 mi one-way from the Irish Pub in Philadelphia (20th & Walnut) to the Irish Pub in Atlantic City. Register early since space is limited. $25-$75 registration fee + $175 minimum fundraising; benefits the Irish Pub Children's Foundation, dedicated to raising money for children in need and the families of fallen police officers and fire fighters in the Greater Philadelphia and South Jersey Area.

Sun. July 19, Racin’ 4 Mason Team Ride, Hopewell to Hardwick, NJ. This is a hilly 70-mi one-way ride to YMCA Camp Mason, and return transportation is provided. A 16-mi round-trip ride from the camp is also offered. Benefits YMCA Camp Mason.

Sun. July 19, Tour De Wyebrook, Wyebrook Farm, Honey Brook, PA. Ride 10, 30, or 62 mi. The same routes are offered on May 16 and Sept. 26.

Sat. July 25, Heart of the Chesapeake Bike Tour, Cambridge, MD. Ride 10, 33 or 64 mi on flat terrain. Benefits the Dorchester YMCA Bob Brannock Endowment Fund.

Sun. July 26, Firefighter 50 Bicycle Ride, Westminster, MD. Ride 30-, 50- or 100-mi on-road or a "dirty 30 loop" on both paved and dirt roads. Benefits the Pleasant Valley Community Fire Department. 

Sun. July 26, Fixed Gear / Single Speed Fondo, Yardley, PA. 50 mi. Kermesse Sport

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August 2015

Sat. Aug. 1, Princeton Bicycling Event, Mercer County Community College, West Windsor, NJ. Seven routes: flat/rolling: 16, 23, 35, 50, 65 or 100 mi; almost hilly: 65 mi. Also, 8-mi guided family ride @ 10:30am - pre-registration is necessary for the guided ride. Free T-shirt with registration by July 23. Princeton Free Wheelers (PFW)

Sat. Aug. 1, Spellbound Century, Mount Holly, NJ. Ride 25, 45, 63 or 100 mi through Burlington and Monmouth Counties. Rock It Riders inaugural event to benefit the Mount Holly Bike/Walk Path Trail Project.

Sun. Aug. 2, Rotary Ride for Families, Indian Crest Middle School, Souderton PA. Ride 16-mi rolling, 25- or 42-mi hilly, through scenic Upper Bucks County. Benefits the Rotary Clubs of Perkasie, Quakertown, Saucon and Souderton.

Sun. Aug. 2, Tour de Farm Hunterdon County, Lambertville, NJ. Ride 20 or 81 mi with breakfast and farm tastings included with registration. Optional Farm to Fork Celebration (tickets sold separately).

Aug. 7-9, Allenberry Resort Bicycling Weekend, Boiling Springs, PA (between Harrisburg and Carlisle). Ride 11-to-75 mi per day. The 57-acre Allenberry Resort has a swimming pool, hot tub, and lighted tennis courts. Registration includes meals, lodging, and tickets to South Pacific, performed by a professional theater company. No SAG or road markings. Potomac Pedalers Touring Club

Sat. Aug. 8, Brake the Cycle of Poverty, Kutztown, PA. Ride 10, 25, 33 or 62 mi. Benefits Friend, Inc. Community Services, a multi-service social agency in Berks County.

Sat. Aug. 8, Chocolate Tour, Hershey, PA. Ride 10, 25, 35, 50, 75 or 100 mi. Benefits Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center

Sat. Aug. 8, Green Branch Park Century, Pittsgrove, NJ. Ride 24 or 49 mi in the morning and 27 or 52 mi in afternoon; routes can be combined for 50, 75 or 100 mi. South Jersey Wheelmen

Sat. Aug 8, Nightmare Tour, Adamstown, PA. Ride around the perimeter of Lancaster County, 177 miles, 11,000 ft of climb. This is a self-supported ride - no official water or food stops, no SAG, no road markings, etc.

Sun. Aug. 8, Ride To See, Galena, MD. A scenic tour of Kent County, MD. Six routes, 15-100 mi. Benefits Galena Lions Charities.

Sat. Aug. 8, Tour de Blairstown, Sycamore Park, Blairstown, NJ. 20- and 40-mi road rides, and 10-mi trail ride on the Paulinskill Trail, in scenic rural Warren County. T-shirt to first 400 riders and water bottle to first 250. Expo featuring local artists and businesses, and post-ride party. Discount code: "blair614". Benefits the Blairstown Enhancement Committee.

Aug. 14-16, Tour de Frederick, Frederick, MD. This is a 3-day cycling weekend with 8-to-100 mi rides on rolling-hilly terrain. Benefits the Boys & Girls Club of Frederick County (BGCFC).

Sat. Aug. 15, Camp Fowler Festif, Orefield, PA. Ride 10, 20 or 40 mi. More info on Facebook. Benefits Valley Youth House-Camp Fowler.

Sat. Aug. 15, Shorefire Century, Middletown, DE. Ride 35, 65 or 100 mi through flat-to-gently-rolling farmland in central Delaware. White Clay Bicycle Club

Sat. Aug. 15, Team NPF Cycle Inaugural Ride, Unionville Vineyards, Ringoes, NJ. Ride 10, 25, 62 or 100 mi. $200 fundraising minimum, benefits the National Psoriasis Foundation.

Sun. Aug. 16, CF Cycle for Life, Conshohocken Brewing Company, Conshohocken, PA. 20, 34 or 65 mi. Registration + $185 minimum fundraising; benefits the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Sun. Aug. 16, Covered Bridge Metric Century, HACC Lancaster Campus, Lancaster, PA. Very scenic, 15-, 31- and 62-mi routes through Amish farmlands on rolling terrain with a few hills. Registration closes July 26 or at 2,500 riders, whichever comes first. No day-of-event registration. Lancaster Bicycle Club (Updated 7/3/15)

Sun. Aug. 16, Lake Nockamixon Century, Doylestown, PA. Ride 38, 65 or 103 mi. All riders will visit picturesque Lake Galena as well as Lake Nockamixon. Kermesse Sport [Editor's comment: The 2015 Lake Nockamixon Century is not affiliated with SCU.]

Sun. Aug. 16, Ramapo Rally, Mahwah, NJ. Ride 12-105 mi. Bicycle Touring Club of North Jersey (BTCNJ)

Aug. 22-23, Bike MS: Mason Dixon Challenge, Liberty Mountain Resort & Conference Center, Fairfield, PA (near Gettysburg). Saturday: 25, 62 or 100 mi; Sunday: 50 mi. National Multiple Sclerosis Society

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September 2015

Sun. Sept. 6, Brandywine Tour, Pocopson Elementary School, West Chester, PA. Ride 26, 50, 65, 80 or 100 mi on rolling-to-hilly terrain through the beautiful Brandywine River Valley. Delaware Valley Bike Club (DVBC)

Sun. Sept. 6, Tour de Farm Sussex County, Augusta, NJ. Ride 21 or 70 mi with breakfast and farm tastings included with registration. Optional Farm to Fork Celebration (tickets sold separately).

Mon. Sept. 7, Donut Derby, Valley Preferred Cycling Center (the Velodrome), Breinigsville, PA. 36-mi fun race on a figure-8 course with the donut zone in the middle. For each donut you consume, you get 3 minutes deducted from your actual ride time to get your D.A.T. (Donut Adjusted Time). Pre-registration only. Lehigh Wheelmen Association

Sat. Sept. 12, AJ Foundation Ride for Autism, Yardley, PA. Ride 12, 18, 31 or 62 mi over the rolling terrain of Bucks County. Benefits the The AJ Foundation For Children With Autism and the Comprehensive Learning Center.

Sat. Sept. 12, Amish Country Bike Tour, Dover, DE. Ride 15, 25, 50, 62 or 100 mi on flat terrain. Mass start at 8:00am with police traffic control through Dover - riders have the right-of-way with no stopping at traffic lights or stop signs for the first 3 miles, or show-and-go start 7:00-10:00am without police traffic control. The largest cycling event in Delaware - 2,200 riders in 2014.

Sat. Sept. 12, Amish Country Classic Bike Ride, Bird-in-Hand, PA. Scenic 12-, 23- or 62-mi routes through the Amish farmlands on rolling terrain. The 62-mi route includes the 440-ft climb (in 2.2 miles) up Welsh Mountain with a short break in the middle. It is very steep for a short section, but the average grade is 3.9%. There is an option to bypass the climb, but doing so also bypasses the first rest stop. Benefits the Paradise Rotary.

Sat. Sept. 12, Civil War Century, Thurmont, MD. Very scenic, 25 mi rolling, 50 or 63 mi rolling-hilly, 75 or 103 mi hilly, on low-traffic roads; 1,150 - 6,900 ft climbing. Limited to 1,600 riders and expected to sell out early. Baltimore Bicycle Club

Sat. Sept. 12, Larry's Ride, Camp Milldale, Reisterstown, MD. Benefits Bike Maryland.

Sat. Sept. 12, Skipjack Bike Tour, Deal Island, MD. Ride 15, 30 or 65 mi on flat terrain. Held in conjunction with the Skipjack 2k/5k/10k run. Benefits the Deal Island - Chance Volunteer Fire Co.

Sat. Sept. 12, South Jersey Tour des Farms, Vincentown, NJ. Ride 16, 29 or 54 mi. Stop at designated farm markets and your optional market purchases will be delivered to the starting point. South Jersey Resource Conservation & Development Council.

Sat. Sept. 12, SYCBA Fit for a Cause, New Freedom, PA. 3- or 10-mi bike ride, or timed 5k run, or walk at your own pace; all on on the Heritage Rail Trail.

Sun. Sept. 13, Belleplain Fall Century, Belleplain State Forrest, Woodbine, NJ. Ride 35 or 50 mi in the morning and 28 or 50 mi in afternoon; all on flat terrain. Routes can be combined for 63, 78, 85 or 100 mi. Shore Cycle Club

Sun. Sept. 13, Bike MS: Barrels & Brews, Unionville Vineyards, Ringoes, NJ. Formerly Bike MS: Hops to Hops. Ride 40 or 62 mi across the rolling hills of the Amwell Valley. Benefits the National MS Society.

Sun. Sept. 13, The Flattest Century in the East (TFCE), Dartmouth, MA. Registration has closed - sold out! Ride 29, 52, 68 or 100 mi on rolling terrain through the scenic coastal shoreline, forests and marshlands of southeastern Rhode Island and Massachusetts. The sponsors say, "Yes, we know it's no longer exactly the flattest, but 30 years ago it was, and we have the name and we're sticking to it." (1,100-3,600 ft of climbing.) No day-of-event registration. Narragansett Bay Wheelmen [Editor's comment: Since TFCE is sold out, check out the Devin Laubi Foundation Ride in the same very scenic area, one week later on Sept. 20.]

Sun. Sept. 13, Hempfield Foundation Ride for Education, Landisville, PA. Ride 13, 31 or 62 mi through beautiful Lancaster County farmland. Benefits the Hempfield Foundation.

Sun. Sept. 13, New York City Century, New York, NY. Ride 35, 55, 75 or 100 mi. Benefits Transportation Alternatives.

Sun. Sept. 13, Scenic Schuylkill Century, Philadelphia, PA. Ride 25, 40, 65 or 100 mi in Philadelphia and Montgomery County. Breakfast at the start, homemade baked goods at rest stops, and pizza at the finish. Register by Sept. 6 and receive this year's gift. Bicycle Club of Philadelphia (BCP)

Fri.-Sat. Sept. 18-19, BR2RB Bike-a-Thon, Quarryville, PA to Rehoboth Bay, DE, 125-mi one-way. Friday 80-mi and Saturday 50- and 80-mi one-way routes are also offered. Return transportation is provided. Benefits Black Rock Retreat.

Sat. Sept. 19, Jersey Devil Century, Centerton, NJ. Ride 25 or 50 mi on flat terrain in the morning and afternoon; routes can be combined for 50, 75 or 100 mi. South Jersey Wheelmen

Sat. Sept. 19, RCDCU Annual Bike-A-Thon, Franklin Middle School, Somerset, NJ. 3-mi fun ride/walk; 10-, 30-, 50-mi rides. The purpose of this event is to raise money to increase the awareness of Prostate Cancer and the importance of early detection. Contributions will be made to the Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Foundation.

Sat. Sept. 19, Tour de Farm Warren County, Blairstown, NJ. Ride 40 or 64 mi with breakfast and farm tastings included with registration. Optional Farm to Fork Celebration (tickets sold separately).

Sat. Sept. 19, Tour de Sussex, Delaware Technical Community College, Georgetown, DE. Ride 25, 50, 62 or 100 mi.

Sept. 19-20, Bike MS: Bike to the Bay, Dover, DE to Rehoboth Beach, DE. Ride 1 or 2 days, 17-175 mi total. Benefits the National MS Society.

Sept. 19-20, Bike MS: Country Challenge, Morristown-Whippany, NJ. Ride 1 or 2 days. Benefits the National MS Society.

Sun. Sept. 20, Bike the Basin, Northampton Civic Center Soccer Basin, Richboro, PA. This event is for children: Ages 1-14 participate in age-group rides around the 1/2-mi track; ages 14-18 ride Trek the Tyler, a guided a guided 3- or 6-mi ride through Tyler State Park. Benefits the Curing Retinal Blindness Foundation.

Sun. Sept. 20, Bike the Beach, Jennings Beach, Fairfield, CT. Ride 10, 20, or 45 mi on flat-to-rolling terrain, or 62 mi, flat to hilly. Start from the beach and ride through up to five historic New England towns on the Connecticut side of Long Island Sound. All of the routes pass by scenic beaches. Benefits people with developmental disabilities through the Probus Club of Greater Bridgeport.

Sun. Sept. 20, Century for the Cure, Camp Riverbend, Warren, NJ. Ride 40, 62 or 100 mi. $100 registration includes choice of rider jersey or event t-shirt and cycling socks; $500 fundraising minimum. Benefits the Cancer Institute of NJ.

Sun. Sept. 20, Devin Laubi Foundation Ride, Westport, MA. Very scenic 11-, 25- or 65-mi routes that travel past many bodies of water in the coastal towns of Rhode Island and Massachusetts. The Devin Laubi Foundation raises funds to financially assist families of children under age 18 stricken with cancer.

Sun. Sept. 20, Gap Gallop, DeSales University, Center Valley, PA. Ride 33, 50, 70, 83 or 103 mi on rolling-to-hilly terrain. Challenge yourself on an optional climb up Fiddlers Elbow. Pre-registration only. Lehigh Wheelmen Association

Sun. Sept. 20, Three Creek Century, Newville, PA. New start location for 2015! Harrisburg Bicycle Club

Sun. Sept. 20, Tour de Talbot, Chesapeake College, Wye Mills, MD. Ride 20, 35 or 62 mi on the beautiful back roads of Talbot and Queen Anne's Counties. Benefits the Midshore Riverkeeper Conservancy.

Sun. Sept. 20, W. H. McIntyre Century Ride, West Chester, PA. 30, 50 or 100 mi.

Sept. 25-27, Weekend In Lancaster, Lancaster, PA. Three days of cycling the scenic, rolling roads of the Amish heartland, with rides ranging from 16 to 61 mi. Includes meals and hotel accommodations. Baltimore Bicycle Club

Sat. Sept 26, Fall Fest Ride, Wyebrook Farm, Honey Brook, PA. Ride 10, 30, or 62 mi. The same routes are offered on May 16 and July 19.

Sat. Sept. 26, Shoo-Fly Classic, Oley, PA. Berks County Bicycle Club

Sun. Sept. 27, Tour de Yonkers, Yonkers, NY. Ride 12, 25 or 50 mi. Yonkers Bike Club

Sun. Sept. 27, Tour du Port, Canton Waterfront Park, Baltimore, MD. Benefits Bike Maryland.

Wed.-Sun. Sept. 30-Oct. 4, Tour de Pines, various start locations in the Pinelands National Reserve, NJ. Five consecutive single-day (loop) bicycle tours of the scenic, low-traffic New Jersey Pinelands, 40-55 miles per day on flat terrain. Ride 1-5 days. The Tour de Pines committee expects to have the ride locations posted by May. This unusual event has a ride leader, but no road markings or SAG - read the F.A.Q. Bring or buy your own food. The ride leader will average 11-13 mph, but faster groups will go off the front and follow the cue sheet. Benefits the Pinelands Preservation Alliance.

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October 2015

Wed.-Sun. Sept. 30-Oct. 4, Tour de Pines, various start locations in the Pinelands National Reserve, NJ. See details in the September listing, above.

Sat. Oct. 3, Adamstown Dirty Dozen Hill Climb, Adamstown, PA. This event is 48 miles, with 12 hills, 6200-ft of climbing. Support: mobile water fills for riders at top of each climb. The organizers say, "This is the hardest event you will ever ride".

Sun. Oct. 3, 2015, Sea Gull Century, Salisbury, MD. Ride 62 mi or choice of two different 100-mi routes, all on flat terrain. 8,000+ riders.

Oct. 3-4, Bike MS: City to Shore. Cherry Hill, Hammonton or Mays Landing to Ocean City, NJ. Ride 1 or 2 days, 25-175 mi total. 7,000 riders. Benefits the National MS Society. (As of November 19, 2014, the 2015 ride dates have changed. Originally scheduled for Sept. 26-27, the ride will now be held on Oct. 3-4, 2015.)

Sun. Oct. 4, Bike4Bikes Ride, Fairfield County, CT. Benefits Northeast Community Cycles.

Oct. 9-11, Tour de Pink® East Coast, Frazier, PA (Philadelphia suburb) to Ocean City, MD. Benefits the Young Survival Coalition (YSC), an organization dedicated to the critical issues unique to young women diagnosed with breast cancer.

Sat. Oct. 10, Black Bear Century, Delaware Water Gap, PA. Choice of 7 routes, 32-107 mi, almost entirely within the boundaries of the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area and High Point State Park. Pre-registration only - no day-of. Neptune Spear Sports

Sat. Oct. 10, New Holland Bicycle Race, New Holland, PA. 50-mi ride.

Sat. Oct. 10, Savage Century, Newark, DE. Ride 40, 60, 75 or 100 mi on rolling-to-hilly terrain. The major climbs are on the 75- and 100-mi routes. White Clay Bicycle Club

Sun. Oct. 11, Ride Ataxia Philadelphia, Blue Bell, PA. 5-50mi. Benefits the Friedreich's Ataxia Research Alliance (FARA).

Sat. Oct. 17, PD500 Bike Ride, Ludwig's Corner Horse Show, Glenmoore, PA. New start location for 2015! Ride 15, 40 or 62 mi over rolling-to-hilly terrain in scenic Chester County. Benefits Shake It Off, Inc. for Parkinson’s disease research, a non-profit organization.

Sun. Oct. 18, Covered Bridges Ride, Erwinna, PA. Enjoy the fall foliage of Central and Upper Bucks County. Central Bucks Bicycle Club (CBBC)

Oct. 23-25, Fall Foliage Weekend, Hanover / Gettysburg, PA. Ride various distances on your own or group rides with leaders. Includes cue sheets, meals, snacks, parties, and hotel accommodations (with indoor pool/whirlpool). Advance registration is required. Bicycle Club of Philadelphia (BCP)

Sun. Oct. 25, Oktoberfest Ride, Collegeville, PA. This is a 63-mi ride with 4,100 ft of climbing. Post-ride Oktoberfest Party at Appalachian Brewing Company. Kermesse Sport

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November 2015

Nov. 4-9, FestiVELO, Santee, SC. Mostly flat rides, 20-110 mi. Benefits Charleston Moves. (The start location is 620 miles from Horsham, PA.)

Nov. 7-8, Philly Bike Expo, PA Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA.

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Download the 2015 SCU Mileage Log in PDF or XLS format, or see Mileage Logs for more information. The XLS version provides automatic summation of weekly, monthly, and yearly mileage, and charts for mileage per week and per month.

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Links to Other Events

To find additional events, the following sites are recommended (in alphabetical order)

A1 Trail Guide ride calendar

Active.com provides on-line registration for many events.

Adventure Sports Online

BCP calendar

Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia (BCGP) calendar and temporary calendar

Bicycling Magazine’s Event Finder

Bicycle Tour Directory

Bike Line Charity Ride Calendar and Community Calendar

BikeReg.com provides on-line registration for many events including the SCU Quad County Metric  

Bikeride.com

Charity Bicycle Rides from Biking Bis (Added 11/25/2013)

League of American Bicyclists (L.A.B.) (Updated 1/11/2015 - LAB Ride Guide is gone!)

Pete & Ed Books Bicycle Ride Links  

Philly Pedals - "the Hub of Cycling in Philadelphia" (Added 5/8/2014)

Road ID

Spokes Magazine Mid-Atlantic Calendar

Stinky Feet Events - Claims to be the "world's largest listing of current running, biking, and triathlon events." (Added 3/14/13)

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Things to Consider When Selecting a Ride

  1. What is the terrain — Flat, rolling, or hilly?
  2. What is the location of the ride — City, suburban, or rural?
  3. Number of participants — Do you like big rides or do crowds make you nervous? Some big events, like Bike New York or the Sea Gull, have thousands of riders. Other events have such a small turn out that you can pedal for miles without seeing another rider.
  4. Is there a special attraction along the route; for example, a lake, an historical site, the ocean, or Amish farms?
  5. How many rest stops are provided, and what is the distance between stops?
  6. What is provided at the rest stops — Just water, commercial snacks, or home-baked treats?
  7. Is any food available at the start?
  8. At the end of the ride, is lunch provided, just snacks, or no food at all?
  9. Are a T-shirt and lunch included in the registration fee? Some clubs charge extra for each.

Bicycling in Connecticut

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Disclaimer

Events and dates are subject to change! Although this list is compiled from reliable sources, SCU and the editor are not responsible for errors or omissions. Please contact the event sponsor to confirm the date, registration deadlines and fees, start times, and services provided. We do not predict dates based on the prior year's calendar. When requesting information by mail, please send a S.A.S.E. to the sponsor.

All distances are listed in miles. To convert to metric: 1 mile = 1.6 kilometers; 1 kilometer = 0.62 miles. 31 miles = Half Metric Century (50 km); 62 miles = Metric Century (100 km).

All rides are on-road tours unless noted off-road. All events provide water stops, cue sheets, marked route, and SAG support, unless noted, but SCU is not responsible for the services provided at events on this calendar. All rides return to the starting location unless marked "one-way". Two-day events are Saturday-Sunday and three-day events are Friday-Sunday unless marked otherwise. There are no ride leaders for these events, and you ride at your own pace.

Unless marked "SCU", events on this calendar are not supported by nor affiliated with Suburban Cyclists Unlimited. The listing of an event in this calendar does not constitute an endorsement by SCU or by the editor. All rides and activities posted on this list are the sole responsibility of the individual organizers of and participants in the ride or activity. All participants in rides and activities appearing on this list do so at their own risk and assume responsibility for all hazards, injuries, and other risks inherent in such rides and activities. Roads will be open to motor-vehicle traffic; extreme caution must be used while riding.

Suburban Cyclists Unlimited does not list other clubs' rides that conflict with the major SCU events (May 9, 2015 - Quad County Metric). Commercial tours are not listed other than from sponsors of SCU or at the discretion of the editor. Indoor "spinning" events are not listed on this calendar.

Suburban Cyclists Unlimited is a recreational bicycle club, and we do not support or promote racing. Triathlons, duathlons, amateur races, time trials, and Randonnee events are not listed on this web site.

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