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The 2018 Wine Country Century is happening!
Saturday, May 5th, 2018

Impact of Fires: The 2017 wildfires hit us pretty hard. Our rented warehouse, the 25+ year accumulation of event equipment and supplies, and cargo trailers burned in the fire, but we want to assure you that we have a plan for recovery, and that we are committed to the 2018 Wine Country Century being better than ever!
This commitment is made possible by the resolve of our experienced and very dedicated membership and the truly amazing support of the community.
In total over $100,000 has been contributed to our recovery effort from our friends and partners at Rotaries, cycling events we have supported,
riders from past SRCC events, local businesses, bicycle clubs all around Northern California, and well-wishers throughout the county and even nation.
The support has been breathtaking in its scope.  
You can see a complete list on our donation page here.

Please note: Registration for 2018 is limited to the first 2,000 entries.
We appreciate your understanding in this year of rebuild-renew-restore.


Please direct registration questions to wcchelp@srcc.com

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The Santa Rosa Cycling Club welcomes you to Sonoma County for a beautiful springtime century.
Our Club members are eager to host you for an enjoyable day of cycling.

Sonoma County is famous for its scenic backroad cycling, and this event shows you why. In addition to passing by many of the region's premier vineyards,
the route winds through redwoods, apple orchards, and shady broadleaf forest. It meanders across meadows sprinkled with wildflowers and climbs over
hillsides dotted with eucalyptus, bay, and oak. This is considered a moderately easy century...a good choice for those attempting their first 100-miler.
It is not all flat though, and by the time the finish rolls around, even seasoned riders will feel they've earned their after-ride barbecue.

The largest portion of revenues from the entry fees goes to staging the event... paying for food and supplies,
site use fees, portables, rental trucks, equipment & storage, insurance, medical services, public safety, etc.
Even as we rebuild, as portion of the proceeds from the event will continue to support local bicycling advocacy.

Ride Date & Start Location: Saturday, May 5, 2018

Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (formerly Wells Fargo Center for the Arts), 55 Mark West Springs Rd, Santa Rosa, CA    Map

Registration is open!

Registration is pre-event online only, there is NO same day registration available at event. The 2018 WCC is limited to the first 2,000 riders.

Entry FeesFour routes are offered as part of the Wine Country Century.
Detailed route descriptions can be found
here.

There is no same-day registration. Pre-event online registration only.

 Route  Registration Fee
January 15 - March 31
LATE Registration Fee
Starting April 1st
 35 Miles $70$90
100 Kilometers $90 $110
100 Miles $100$120
Super Century $110$130







  

Changing routes:  If you decide to do a different distance than the one you register for, just let us know when you check in and we will make sure you the correct map and bib/bike numbers. You do not need to notify us ahead of time. There is no fee to change to a shorter route, but if you change to a longer route you will owe us the price difference between the two fees.


Event jerseys & vests are available for order now:
  • Purchase now at the WCC Store here.
  • Price is only $69 each. Sales tax & shipping are included in the price.
  • Voler: Club Cut style, women's and men's sizes are available; find sizing information here.
  • Jerseys and vests will be shipped to you in mid-February.


Safety First

A properly fitting, US CPSC-approved helmet is required at all times during the ride.

It is your responsibility to bring a bicycle that is in safe working condition.

Carry a pump (compatible with your valves), a minimum of one water bottle (we suggest two), a tire patch kit, and a properly sized spare tube.

Always carry ID and emergency phone numbers for yourself. It makes good sense to also list your medical insurance carrier and your blood type.


Food & Services


At the Luther Burbank Center:

  • Rider Check-in (Friday evening, Saturday morning).
  • Water and sports drinks
  • Restrooms
  • Tech support

At the Rest Stops:

  • Fresh fruit, cookies, munchies, PB&J's
  • Water and drinks
  • Restrooms
  • Tech Support
  • Expanded lunch service at Warm Springs Rest Stop

On the Road:

  • SAG wagons
  • Marshals on course for assistance
At the Finish:
  • An after-ride meal for all registrants from 11:30am to 5:30pm
  • BEER - The first beer is on us, provided by Sonoma County Bicycle Coalition.
  • Jerseys & T-shirts as available for purchase (in limited quantities).
  • A massage service is available.
  • Customer Service / Drop Bag Pick-up


Event T-shirts

  • T-shirts are $18 each.
  • Purchase when you register.
  • Sales tax is included in the price.
  • The T-shirts will not be shipped, they will be printed in late April and will be available for pick-up at the event.

Key PointsRiders must register in advance for this event; there will be no on-site registration.


There are no refunds for this event; if you register but are unable to ride, you may transfer your entry to another rider.


Parking at the Luther Burbank Center is very limited; please carpool or ride your bike to the start.

Dogs are not allowed in the picnic area at the Luther Burbank Center; please leave your dog at home.

Please read this Release of Liability.


Sharing the Road

Sonoma County's back roads are very popular with cyclists. You may only visit here once or twice a year, but the residents along our route have cyclists--in large groups and small--passing their homes and farms and wineries every day. You can help us preserve friendly relations with our neighbors by being a good ambassador for cycling when you ride here. Our use of this route in the future may depend on your good cycling behavior now.  Thank you for your cooperation!

  • This is not a race!
  • Obey all traffic laws.
  • Ride single-file as much as possible.
  • Stop and pull off the road for all emergency vehicles.
  • If you must ride double at times, be vigilant for overtaking vehicles (including faster cyclists) and single up promptly.
  • Please be courteous and friendly with all motorists and residents that you encounter. They are our neighbors.


Accommodations & Restaurants

Please refer to the Santa Rosa Convention and Visitors Bureau web site for up-to-date information. 


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