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AMBITION IS THE FIRST STEP TOWARDS

SUCCESS

Get Some Cycling

Our greatest passion is to share our love for monumental cycling mileposts. While providing top tier cycling events, our organization will also be providing contributions to organizations supporting challenged athletes with adaptive style bicycles and equipment.

Exciting News! Get Some Cycling,

our registered non-profit organization, is now formally a 501(c)(3) public charity!

Cycling  Events

Pacific Coast Bike Race
1500 miles
Portland, OR to San Diego, CA

The Pacific Coast Bike Race is a 1500 mile self-supported race that starts at the Battleship Oregon Memorial in Portland on Sunday September 10, 2023 and the finish is at the Unconditional Surrender Statue in San Diego. The race course is based on the Pacific Coast Route established by Adventure Cycling Association with several added bike paths. The clock starts and does not stop till you finish. The route consists mostly of paved roads and bike paths.

Pacific Coast Bike Race
Express 750
Sacramento, CA to San Diego, CA

Great American Wheel Race
3,600 miles
Seattle, WA to Washington D.C.

The Pacific Coast Bike Race Express 750 is a 750 mile self-supported race that starts at Capitol Square in Sacramento, CA, on Sunday, May 12th, 2024 with the finish at the Unconditional Surrender Statue in San Diego, CA. The race course is based on the Pacific Coast Route established by Adventure Cycling Association with several added bike paths. The clock starts and does not stop till you finish. The route consists mostly of paved roads and bike paths.

The Pacific Coast Bike Race Express 750 is a 750 mile self-supported race that starts at Capitol Square in Sacramento, CA, on Sunday, May 12th, 2024 with the finish at the Unconditional Surrender Statue in San Diego, CA. The race course is based on the Pacific Coast Route established by Adventure Cycling Association with several added bike paths. The clock starts and does not stop till you finish. The route consists mostly of paved roads and bike paths.

The 2022 Pacific Coast Bike Race 1500 welcomed racers from Germany, Slovenia, Canada, Switzerland, Belgium, Czech Republic, Great Britian and the United States.

Contact

A State of Washington registered Non-profit organization  & 501(c) (3) Public Charity.

Video compliments of Askan von Schirnding

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