This is a one day scenic 104 mile trip through some of Southern California’s most spectacular orange grove country sides, typically held in early April. The ride has become one of the premier training ride events for Southern California in preparation for AIDS Lifecycle (ALC), and a season favorite for most riders.
Our century is dedicated to Paul Hulse, a cyclist who played a primary role in the development and expansion of Positive Pedalers and their mission to eliminate the stigma of HIV/AIDS through our positive public example.
Level of Difficulty: 3
This is an inspiring ride for newbies and veterans alike. It makes a GREAT first century since the route involves no significant climbing, just gentle rolling hills. The event is fully supported with rest stops, sweep vehicles, bike mechanics and ride leaders to guide you through the day. Veterans and support teams will be there to encourage riders to ride every mile possible so if you want to tackle that elusive century, there’s no better ride to set your mind to it!
All riders are welcome to this inspirational ride, and the Positive Pedalers look forward to having you join us for a great event next spring! Ride dates and further details will be announced early next year, so check back then!