Strawberry Fields Forever XXIX

Strawberry Fields Forever is...

  • An organized Bike Ride
  • A tour of some of the most beautiful regions of Santa Cruz County
  • An international culinary experience

Description: SFF is a fully supported event. Each route includes rest stops with food, fruits, and beverages every 20-30 miles. Lunch will be provided on the 65 and 100 mile rides. Sag support for equipment and physical breakdowns. A hot meal will greet you at the end of the ride. Fresh whipped cream and strawberries dipped in chocolate ganache conclude the menu.  Come join us for a great day!  Bring a friend.

The 29th annual Strawberry Fields Forever Century Ride

To register online please click HERE.

ROUTES  2018

The weather has much improved, some roads have been fixed (sort of), some decisions have been made.

These are all new map pages, but, in fact, the routes are all identical to what we have used the last several years.  The cue sheets, however, have a few changes.  Based on the situation we faced a couple of months ago, it seems to be a miracle that our old routes are usable.

We have had complaints in the past from a few riders concerning the condition of the roads we were using.  Well, this year is going to be worse (in that regard) than ever – what with all of the damaged roads we are using.  But we still think we can do this safely and provide a good experience (although maybe no PRs) for our riders.

Route, link Distance (miles) Climbing (feet)
30 mile 30.4 871
100 km 61.0 2938
100 mile 100.7 5783


Date:  Sunday, May 20, 2018

Registration:  Registration will open in January 2018. NO SAME DAY REGISTRATION, AND NO REFUNDS RAIN OR SHINE.

Cost:  $65.00 before 1:00AM, March 19, 2018.  $75.00 after 1:00AM, March 18.
Children under 13 accompanied by a parent, no charge.  Children must register. NO REFUNDS RAIN OR SHINE.

Starting Location This Year: Pajaro Valley High School

500 Harkins Slough Rd, Watsonville, CA, 95076


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