-Cool Breeze for 2013-
Sponsored by the Channel Islands Bike Club and Kiwanis Club of Ventura.
Early-Bird Registration $75(4/1-6/30)
Registration increases on July 1st to $85
On-site Registration $95
(Prices subject to change)
-Registration August 16/17-
Registration will be open Friday evening from 6 pm to about 7:30 pm. Saturday registration opens at 6 am.
NO REFUNDS please.
Do you have any questions? Check out the "Frequently Asked Questions List."
-PRE RIDE BREAKFAST-
On Saturday a no-host (so bring some money) breakfast consisting of fruit, muffins, rolls, etc. will also be offered by the Cool Breeze official caterer, Lucchese Catering from 6:00-9:30am on Saturday of the ride. Price varies with items.
On Saturday, a post ride meal is included with registration. For those that who have non-riding family and friends, extra tickets for the Santa Maria Style Tri-tip and Chicken meal may be purchased on line or onsite for $15.
Once again we will be offering a
commemorative ride jersey for $65 online; t-shirts for $15
online and socks for $10 online with limited availability & sizing.
(final design may vary slightly)
Fresh fruit, cookies, bagels, sandwich fixins' and so much more! Don't forget the popsicles , a Cool Breeze favorite at the last rest stop in Carpinteria at the Rincon Point Park overlooking the Pacific Ocean, so bring your camera. How fun!!!!!
Riders can start between 6:30am and 9:30am.Please DO NOT start early. The rest stops and SAG vehicles will not be ready for you! The last rest stop (Rincon Park) closes at 4:30pm so time your ride start accordingly. Start location is off Highway 33 in Ventura at the Ventura Unified School District Education Service Center at 255 W. Stanley Avenue. Showers will be available. Please bring your own towel and soap. Click here for the "location map."
Click "HERE for 2013 Century" (2013 Now with Export to GPS)for the information sheet and links to the route maps and profiles. Below are the route description for each ride.
Routes could change the day of the event. Please get an up to date route slip when you check in to pick up your number.
Ride options to choose from:
The listed routes are basically the same routes for 2009 with minor modifications as reflected on the route slips.
The Mini-Metric is a flat coastal route up to Carpinteria and back route, totally flat.
The Metric Century and Century routes follow the coast to Carpinteria, then turn inland through the scenic orchards and flower ranches of East Santa Barbara County.
The Metric will loop back through Montecito and on home, while the Century hooks up with the very challenging Double-Metric Century riders who have ridden the Ventura River Bike Trail, into East Ojai and over Casitas Pass and connecting with the Century Route into Goleta.