12 Spring Century Rides
Senorita CenturySan Diego, California - March 8, 2015 1 of 13
This ride is one for the ladies. Limited to 1000 women and 100 men participants, this coastal ride is the perfect opportunity to support the growth of women's cycling. The 100 lucky men who get a spot in the race will be competing for the title of Rico Suave—just part of the fun festivities that this event promises to offer. More San Diego Century Rides.
Solvang CenturySolvang, California - March 14, 2015 2 of 13
One of the most scenic rides in the United States, the Solvang century is a five-star rated route. Included in the race entry are SAG support, intersection control by local sheriffs and a post-ride party that includes a live DJ, a BBQ lunch and a massage therapist to ease your pain.
Hawaii Century RideKamuela, Hawaii - April 12, 2015 3 of 13
Ride the coastline of North Hawaii and head up and over Kohala Mountain for one of the most scenic rides you'll find anywhere. Routes of 30 and 63 miles are also options.
Campagnolo Gran Fondo San DiegoSan Diego, California - April 12, 2015 4 of 13
What better place to start a Gran Fondo than in Little Italy? This Italian-inspired Fondo promises to offer a beautiful coastal route, great food and a passion for cycling rarely seen inside the United States. The post-ride festivities include a full Italian lunch, beer garden and free massage.
Old Howard 100Marion, Alabama - April 18, 2015 5 of 13
Pedal through the Black Belt, one of Alabama's most historic districts, during this unique 100-mile race. Riders will pass through downtown Greensboro and the Magnolia Grove grounds while taking in some of the areas most famous Victorian homes and architecture.
11th Annual Best Dam RideClarks Hill, South Carolina - April 19, 2015 6 of 13
Pedal through two states, three counties and 12 communities in this family-friendly event that offers something for everyone. Ride options of 25-, 62- and 100-mile routes are available for road cyclists, and 15-, 36- and 50-mile options are open for those looking to go off road. The course circles Lake Thurmond and the Historic Bartram Trail.
14th Annual Alpine ChallengeEl Cajon, California - April 25, 2015 7 of 13
Enjoy the mountains of East San Diego County on this vertically challenged ride. If your legs aren't ready for the 100-mile option that tops Mount Laguna, routes of 25, 50 and 62 miles are also available.
Lilac Century Family Fun RideSpokane, Washington - April 26, 2015 8 of 13
This unique, 21-year-old event offers five tour lengths of 15, 25, 50, 66 and 100 miles as options. If you're a triathlete, register for the bike/run brick, which transitions to a 5K run at the bike secure holding area.
Waggin Trail Bike Ride 2014Hillsboro, Texas - May 2, 2015 9 of 13
A perfect ride for the whole family, this race features routes ranging from the poodle course designed for children (8 miles) up to the century-length bulldog course (100 miles), with options of 26, 40 and 68 miles in between.
2015 Tour of Long BeachLong Beach, California - May 9, 2015 10 of 13
This scenic and fun course through Long Beach was created by former U.S. Olypmian and pro cyclist Tony Cruz. Supporting pediatric cancer research at Jonathan Jaques Chilldren's Cancer Center, this ride is perfect for the whole family. The Family Fun Ride of 5 miles is free, but do sign up for the Cruz Gran Fondo of 100 miles early, as it's one of the most popular in the area. More Long Beach Century Rides.
Challenge of the Centuries Bicycle RideHartwell, Georgia - May 24, 2015 11 of 13
Choose from 35-, 65- or 100-mile options on this two-day event through the backcountry roads in the Hartwell area of Georgia. Different routes may be chosen each day, with each loop representing a course that ranges in difficulty from moderate to challenging.
San Diego Century Bicycle TourCardiff, California - May 30, 2015 12 of 13
Spend an epic day pedaling your bike up and down San Diego's backcountry roads. Choose from the 37-mile loop around Lake Hodges, a 66-mile loop that takes rides to Poway or the century ride, which follows the first two routes and adds a climb up to Mount Woodson. All rides have hills and require bike-handling skills and good fitness.