Join us for the 9th Annual
Share the Road Ride
Saturday, October 5, 2019
DMV parking lot 3855 Alamo Street Simi Valley
Pre-Registration: Get all squared away for the ride by registering on Friday afternoon! You can sign your ride waiver, pick up your rider number, grab your goody bag, and buy tickets for our fantastic raffle on Friday, October 4th, 2019 at All Pro Bikes located at 2385 Tapo St. Simi Valley, Ca. Just look for the Share the Road Ride signs and our registration team will be waiting to welcome you! Packet pick-up will be open from 4:00-7:00PM.
Simi Valley is located at the Eastern border of Ventura County. Situated to the Northwest of the San Fernando Valley, take the 118 Freeway to the TAPO CANYON EXIT. Travel one block North to Alamo street. Turn left into parking area. Lots of parking for all. *Please use caution as the parking entrance is also the Start/Finish!*
The tenth annual SHARE THE ROAD RIDE takes place in beautiful Simi Valley, California. Home of the well-known SIMI RIDE that takes place every Saturday of the year. Simi Valley is a cycling mecca that caters to amateurs and pros alike. Offering safe, well-maintained roads with various terrains, and beautiful vistas. The various Share the Road rides travel around Simi Valley, Moorpark, Somas and Camarillo. Six aid stations ensure you are never more than 20 Miles from ‘help’ and the 6 roving SAG vehicles are there to come to you if needed. Registration includes a PACKED goodie bag and friendly BBQ when you finish.
Century Challenge, Metric Century, Half Century, & 25 Mile City Tour
Century 100 Miles
Our Century route travels around Simi Valley, then through our neighboring communities of Moorpark, Somas and Camarillo. You travel over rolling hills through citrus and avocado groves with the Challenge route including the famous Balcom and Grimes Canyons. You then spill into the farmlands of Camarillo and Moorpark back to the finish in Simi Valley. Our Challenge Century features approx. 7,100 feet of climbing and the Bypass Century approx. 6,300 feet of climbing…your legs will know you’ve done some work.
Metric Century 62 Miles
Not quite up to a 100 miles, but want to do more than 50? Our Metric Century option is the perfect choice! This course will be adapted from our by-pass century course and provide both a scenic route and a challenging course going through Simi Valley, Somas and Moorpark. With approx. 4,800 feet of climbing it’s a fantastic day out.
Half-Century 50 Miles
Our Half Century tours the cities Simi Valley and Moorpark. A good medium ride with 3,700’ feet of elevation gain. Rolling hills with some great views.
25 Mile City Tour
Our City tour offers great views of beautiful Simi Valley! Rated easy to moderate with some challenges. A total of 1,300 feet of elevation gain, a good challenging 25 mile ride.
Ride Fee Schedule
Online registration for the ride will be open through 9/27/18. After this date registrations will be accepted on-site at the day of registration price. Save money and register early!
$60.00 per rider through 9/27/2018
$70.00 per team through 9/27/2018
Day of Registration:
$70 per rider
$80 per tandem
Minors must be accompanied by an adult during the ride. Wearing a helmet is mandatory for all riders.
Get a FREE Share the Road T-shirt with your early registration! Spread the Share the Road message every time you wear your shirt! To reserve your free shirt you must register before 9/15/2018. T-shirts will NOT be included in registrations received after 9/15/18.
Rides will be sent off in waves: 7:00AM for the century and metric century, 7:30AM for the metric century and the half-century, and 8:00AM for the 25 mile ride. Feel free to start early for the later rides, but the course will not be open until 7:00AM.
SAG support will be available throughout the course starting at 7:00AM. SAG stops will provide: electrolytes, water, snacks, an on-site mechanic, and basic tools. Please carry water, tubes, and any nutrition you need for your ride distance. Additional water-only stops will be available along the route.
Packet pick-up will be held at All Pro Bikes 2385 Tapo St. Simi Valley, Ca 93063 on Friday, October 4th from 4:00-7:00PM.
Onsite ride registration will open at 6:00AM on October 5th at the ride start: 3855 Alamo St. Simi Valley, Ca 93063.
Free parking is available at the event, please follow posted signs.
Memorial Miles Dedication
Share the Road Ride will be spreading the message about the need to safely share the road, as well as honoring the memories of cyclists who have lost their lives in traffic-related accidents. Soaring Spirits International is proud to honor your loved one with our Memorial Miles dedication. We will create a large printed photo board for each honored cyclist that includes a photo, their birth/death dates, and a personal message of your choice. The boards will be displayed along the 25 mile City Tour ride route. Inclusion in our Memorial Miles Dedication is free of charge, though any donation you would like to make in memory of your loved one is welcome. To include a cyclist in our Memorial Miles Dedication, please download the form at the bottom of this page, and follow the included instructions. Completed forms should be sent to email@example.com.
Bicycle Expo at Start / Finish
Bike Expo at Finish Line featuring a free BBQ lunch for riders, music, vendors, and great prize giveaways!
Custom Jerseys at an AWESOME price available onsite only! You won't be able to get these one-of-a-kind Share the Road jerseys anywhere else!
We love our sponsors! Join us as a 2019 ride sponsor!
Sponsorship Opportunities Available!
Support the Share the Road Ride!
Your sponsorship makes this event possible!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to inquire about Share the Road Ride Sponsorship Opportunities.
We'd love for you to join our awesome sponsor list!
Our 2018 Share the Road Ride Sponsors:
Phil Hernandez, AKA Coach Powerbar, was a Simi Valley resident for 13 years. An avid runner and cyclist, Phil spent his time running community races, coaching for the Simi Valley Running Rebels Track Club, and training for his various physical endeavors. He was a man who loved family, friends, track season, and a good long ride up a steep hill. His untimely, tragic death in a cycling accident highlights the need for safe roads, an increased awareness on the parts of both motorists and cyclists that they must share the road, and serves as a reminder to all of us to Seize the Day. We honor his spirit of service, and his sense of fun with this memorial ride. Please, Share the Road.