Early registration for the tenth Pedaling Paths to Independence may have closed, but you can still join the fun! Rider check-in will open at 8:30 a.m., February 24, 2018, at DeVinci’s Delicatessen and Catering-Linden. All riders must be on the road by 10:00 a.m. Fee for the metric century is $50.00; entry for the quarter century costs $45.00. Cash or check payable to Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired only, please—no credit cards.
A great ride on ANY bike–road, tandem, mountain, single speed, recumbent, Bike Friday, fixed gear, cruiser, high wheel, hybrid, unicycle–the metric (65 miles with 1,500 feet of elevation gain) and quarter (25 miles with 300 feet of elevation gain) century routes begin and end at DeVinci’s Delicatessen and Catering Linden (18847 East Front Street, Linden - MAP IT) and traverse the quiet rural roads of San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Calaveras counties, through verdant pastures, orchards, and vineyards. Both routes are new this year. The metric century around mile 44 travels along a private road through the Rancho Linda Subdivision for one mile to avoid State Highway 26. Amiel Way is a little rough, but very rideable. The Amiel Way residents look forward to seeing everyone! Please respect their property. Do not litter or provoke the animals.
Riders may check in at DeVinci’s and ride any time between 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.; everyone must be on the course by 10:00 a.m. Fees ($50.00 for the metric century, $45.00 for the quarter century) include pastoral scenery, maps and route sheets created by RouteArrows.com, pre-ride technical support by Performance Bicycle Shop #55, radio communications provided by the Stockton-Delta Amateur Radio Club, and fully stocked rest stops. Of course, riders and guests will end the day with a scrumptious post ride meal catered by DeVinci’s Delicatessen and Catering–Linden and Fruit ‘n Yogurt Parfaits courtesy of Golden State Restaurant Group. Creative Sounds DJ and Sound Services will entertain at the finish and PhotoCrazy, Inc. will capture images of riders on the road, available for purchase HERE after the event. Remember the time you pass the camera—and smile! Be sure to bring a few extra dollars to purchase raffle tickets to win some very cool items donated by Anderson’s Mower and Bike, Cranked Naturals, MDW Sports, Stockton REI Store, David Radmore, Rivet Cycle Works, LLC, and more.
Each rider must sign a waiver at the event. A parent or legal guardian must sign a minor’s waiver for any rider younger than 18. Please spread the word about the event by sharing and inviting your friends on Facebook.
CCCBVI is grateful to the awesome folks who already stepped to the plate to support the 2018 event: DeVinci’s Corporation; Farmington Fire District; Calaveras Keystone Lodge No. 78, Free and Accepted Masons of the State of California; Stockton East Water District; Anderson’s Mower & Bike; Brad Biancalana; Bear Creek Red Cross; Bill Becker; Matthew Beckwith; Doug Beisner; Randall Braun; Laurrie Brown Memorial Tournament (Premier Sponsor); Eric and Susie Coupe; Cranked Naturals; Creative Sounds DJ and Sound Services; Delta Epsilon Chapter of Delta Gamma Fraternity at University of the Pacific; Delta Velo Cycling (CAT 2 Sponsor); Karen Diekmeyer; Robert DiRocco and Jerry Winters (CAT 1 Sponsor); Pamela Raye Dunham; Farmington Circle K; Yuliana Fernandez; Richard and Diane Freggiaro; Golden State Restaurant Group; Roger Gray; Bobbie Hamilton; Holy Cross Catholic Church; Ising’s Culligan Water; Dale Johnson; Douglas E. Keehr; Stanley and Danette Keiser; Jack Klebanoff; Angela Leonardo; Elizabeth Lopez; MDW Sports; Marin Cyclists (CAT 2 Sponsor); Sean, Kelly, and Sandi Menefee at PIP Printing; Donald Nevis; Performance Bicycle Shop #55; Quercus Petrea (CAT 2 Sponsor); David Radmore; Bill Reynolds; Rivet Cycle Works, LLC; Aurelio and Lisa Rodriguez; Jayna Rogers; RouteArrows.com; Alex Ruvalcaba; Safeway Store #2707; San Joaquin Delta College Culinary Arts Program; Aaron Schuster; Shore, McKinley & Conger, LLP (CAT 2 Sponsor); Mary Silva; Smart & Final Charitable Foundation; Kenneth and Rita Steele; Stockton Bicycle Club (CAT 1 Sponsor); Stockton-Delta Amateur Radio Club; Julia Tyack; Charles Tyler; Ron Valverde and Maria Winget; Mark VanDunk; Tommy Windle.
And, we gratefully recognize the amazingly awesome folks who’ve supported Pedaling Paths to Independence each year since its 2009 inaugural:
DeVinci’s Corporation; Calaveras Keystone Lodge No. 78, Free and Accepted Masons of the State of California; Farmington Fire District; Doug Beisner; Farmington Circle K; Richard and Diane Freggiaro; Golden State Restaurant Group; Roger Gray; Performance Bicycle Shop #55; Stockton Bicycle Club; Stockton-Delta Amateur Radio Club; Ron Valverde; Mark VanDunk; Maria Winget. Thank you does not begin to express our appreciation for the unconditional support every year.
Pedaling Paths to Independence raised $24,529.00 in 2017 thanks to more than 325 riders, 70 volunteers, magnanimous sponsors and donors, and gracious community partners. The Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired board of directors, staff, and clients extend ineffable gratitude to everyone who makes the event happen! Thank you for helping to provide the information, tools, and resources that empower and inspire people who are blind to achieve their full potentials.
Questions? Call Joni at (209) 298-1372 or send an e-mail to email@example.com.
And, please share the event and invite your friends via Facebook!
We hope to see you on February 24, 2018 to enjoy a great day with “abundant sunshine.”
• 2018 ROUTE MAPS •
NEW ROUTES THIS YEAR! Be sure to read map/route sheet and pay attention to Route Arrows on the ground! The longer route includes one mile of rough, but very rideable road along private property.
64.1 Mile Ride
25.8 Mile Ride
• PEDALING PATHS TO INDEPENDENCE RIDE LOCATION •
De Vinci's Delicatessen & Catering Linden
18847 E. Front Street
Linden, CA 95236 - MAP IT
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