We’re pleased to introduce, Curt Sandoval, sports anchor for ABC7 Eyewitness News, as the S.C. Century Honorary Chair.An avid cyclist and co-owner of Velocity Sports Performance in Santa Clarita, Curt will lead the riders on the 100-mile ride. He’s competed in several marathons and has finished several Ironman Triathlons. Curt has won two Emmys for his work at ABC7, including one for his three-part series on the California Ironman.
Rides start and finish at Mann Biomedical Park
25104 Rye Canyon Loop, Santa Clarita
$75 per person 100 & 50 mile rides
$50 per person 25 mile ride Early Bird before August 21 – $65/$40
All Rides Include:
* Pro-Style start with Police Traffic Control
* Sheriff escort at beginning of ride
* Century & Half Century riders enjoy breathtaking scenery in rural communities surrounding Santa Clarita
* Quarter Century follows the Cloverleaf Ride, ranked as one of Los Angeles area’s “must ride routes”
* Fully stocked, festive themed rest stops
* On-course mobile SAG and mechanical support
* Full route signage on all routes
* Finishers Award
* Special rider gift & SWAG
* Ride pictures FREE with digital downloads
* Ride Ambassadors to answer guest questions
* One FREE raffle ticket for exciting surprise raffle prize
* BBQ lunch at after-ride party featuring Wolf Creek Brewery Beer
Garden (one beer included)
* Live bands
Create or Join a Team!
Prize for most team members.
Raise Funds for Child & Family Center – Ask your friends to support your efforts!
Prize awarded for most $ raised!
Details on the website: www.santaclaritacentury.com
Child & Family Center
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