“Changing Lives One Mile at a Time”
6th Annual Charity Event
POSTPONED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
Hillenbrand Farmhaus Brewery
5100 VIRGINIATOWN RD
Cycling For a Better Tomorrow hosts a local charity ride in the scenic Sierra Nevada foothills. It offers a relaxed bike riding experience for the beginner to the advanced, and everyone in between. Typically there have been three scenic courses wind among the vineyards and hills of Lincoln, Newcastle, Auburn, and Granite Bay. Post-ride lunch is always a hit at Hillenbrand. Register today to secure your spot!
We love our community and want to give back. The event has supported multiple charities over the 5 years (HomeAid Sacramento, Sharktank, Cystic Fibrosis Lifestyle Foundation, and the Northstate Building Industry Foundation) raising over $275,000, with all the proceeds staying LOCAL!
Click on the logos below to learn more about our current beneficiaries and their missions.
HomeAid Sacramento builds and renovates temporary, transitional, and permanent housing for homeless children, women, men, veterans, and families who have experienced a life-altering event and are rendered temporarily homeless.
Northstate Building Industry Foundation’s mission is to become the residential construction industry’s main vehicle to resolve its workforce development issues within Northern California by attracting enough workers (trades, office workers, and management) to meet industry needs and assist the industry in developing and retaining employees.
Check-in as early as 8:00 a.m. Saturday morning where you will receive your event shirt (while supplies last) and route map with a cue sheet.
- 9:00 AM PST – Metric Century / 100K
- 9:30 AM PST – 30 Miles / 50K
- 10:00 AM PST – 15 Miles / 25K
ROUTE MAPS (STRAVA DOWNLOADABLE)
Approximately every 10 miles:
All stops have water, energy drinks, and nutrition for refueling along with temporary bathroom facilities
WHAT TO WEAR
HELMETS ARE REQUIRED! Bring a light jacket for the pre-ride to stay warm. Temperatures average from the low 50’s in the early morning to 70 by mid-afternoon.