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The Roadies have two groups, Regular and Long. Regular rides are 35-45 miles and Long rides are 50-60 (sometimes longer) miles long. There are strong riders in each group but Long riders ride for a longer time. Average speeds for the whole ride for Regular rides is 14-18 and 16-18 for the Long rides. We are not a "racing" oriented club. If someone really is too slow we make sure they know where they are and how to get back to the start. Route slips are provided. Please introduce yourself when you come out on a ride. Visitors will be required to sign the NCCC waiver. Riders are expected to follow the NCCC Rules of Etiquette on all club rides. Also of interest is this article on Info for Group Riding. Send questions regarding Roadies rides to Lisa at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Thanks to our ride coordinators Robert for Regular rides, Anthony for Long rides, Karl for Sunday rides.
Saturday Long Rides
Rides start @OCRR: 8:00 am Spring/Summer CHANGE unless otherwise noted. 
Ride leaderAnthony Scozzari is BACK
Please check the Forum > Club Rides & Events for ride changes due to extreme (hot or cold) weather.
Apr 4 – 395, CDR, W Lilac, VC, Miller Loop, down Wohlford (65 mi, 3600’, route map)

Apr 11
– Circle R-Lilac-Champagne (52 mi, 3100’, route map)

Apr 18
– Rice-Couser-CDR-Warmlands (64 mi, 4700’, route map)

Apr 25 – 7AM Start
- NCCC Spring Century - Century route out to Santa Ysabel via Valley Center and Mesa Grande, then return
on Old Julian Highway and Highland Valley. (104 mi, 7200’, route map)

Sunday Long Rides
NOTE: Sunday rides start at different locations (directions).
Ride leader: Karl Rudnick
Sunday rides continue to start at 8:30 am unless otherwise noted.
Check Forum > Club Rides & Events for ride changes due to weather extremes.

Apr 5 - Start: Daniel's (old Apple) Market - De Luz – classic version + Rice / Couser Canyons (63 mi, 5300', route map) - Nigel leads
Apr 12 - Start: Magee Park - Dana Pt (bring photo ID) (70 mi, 2500', route map ) ALT: SD Gran Fondo
Apr 19 - Start: Palomar Airport - Mt Soledad SDBC 5x (73 mi, 5100', route map)
Apr 26 - Start: Magee Park - John's Ride - Sleeping Indian, W Lilac, Twin Oaks Valley/San Elijo (58 mi, 4500', route map)
For all Sunday routes and history click here.
This Month's Rides
Saturday rides meet at the Old California Restaurant Row - OCRR - (behind Acapulco’s and Fish House Vera Cruz), 1020 San Marcos Blvd., between Hwy 78 and Rancho Santa Fe Rd. Click here for map.  Most Saturday Roadies rides this month start at 8:00 am NOTE: Spring/Summer CHANGE
NCCC on Strava

Saturday Regular Rides

Rides start @OCRR: 8:00 am [Spring/Summer CHANGE]. unless otherwise noted. 
Ride leader
: Robert Abraham
April 4 - 0131v2 - Out and back to explore more rolling hills of Rancho Santa Fe and a loop around the country club.
41.4 miles / 2850' - route map

April 11 - Bonsall via Rancho del Oro
- Rolling hills on Melrose, Lake, Rancho del Oro, and Hwy 76 to Bonsall. Return via Camino del Rey & Hwy 395.
43.3 miles / 2520' - route map
April 18 - Del Mar Coast- RSF Rd & Manchester to Coast Hwy. Torrey Pines park road, Coast Hwy north to Lomas Santa Fe & El Camino. Rancho Santa Fe Rd to return.
42.4 miles / 2970' - route map

April 25 - Santa Ysabel Century or Bates Loop - Century route out to Santa Ysabel via Valley Center and Mesa Grande, then return on Old Julian Highway and Highland Valley. Or choose the regular route, which is an out & back to Valley Center for a loop on Vesper and Woods Valley with a stop at Bates Nut Farm.
Century route - 7 AM start: 104 miles / 7200' - route map
Regular route: 43 miles / 2390' - route map

For routes and ride history, visit the RwGPS group
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