San Diego Randonneurs


		
	

Temecula 600k05-15-2021 05:0011 Registered

05-15-2021
05:00
PST
05-16-2021
21:00
01-01-2021 00:00
05-12-2021 05:00
600
ACP 600
Hilly
40:00
Sunrise at 5:48:51 AM Sunset at 7:41:20 PM

Wei Sun
Email Wei
Osvaldo Colavin

Get me there
Motel 6 Temecula
41900 Moreno Rd
Temecula, CA 92590

$65.00
Registration is not open

Overnight Ride



Link to brevet card: Temecula 600k brevet card

San Diego Randonneurs will complete our ACP SR series with the Temecula 600k.

This brevet route has been revised to avoid the likelihood of desert heat. The tradeoff is more climbing. From Temecula, you'll ride on Old Hwy 395 through Rainbow to Escondido. Descending on Jesmond Dene Rd, you'll continue through Escondido to reach Hwy 78 toward San Pasqual Valley, famous for its once vast citrus orchards and the world renown San Diego Safari Park (formerly the San Diego Wild Animal Park). After passing the Safari Park, you'll make a right on Ysabel Creek Rd, which is a short unpaved road that connects you to Bandy Canyon Rd, where you will start your climb. After reaching Highland Valley Rd, you'll be riding through San Diego's wine country, where wineries are strewn along the road into Ramona. A quick stop in downtown Ramona and you'll continue on Old Julian Hwy, continuing your trek through the wine country until you connect up to Hwy 67, where you'll continue your climb into Santa Ysabel and then Julian. Expect traffic, but on the bicycle, you'll pass the cars lining on the road as you make your way to Hwy 79, where you'll turn off on Sunrise Hwy (SD County S-1) and ride by one of San Diego's most stunning views: the alpine terraining falling sharply into the desert of Borrego Springs as you make your way to Mt Laguna. You'll make a rapid descent to get on Olde Hwy 80, making your way to Jacumba Springs will you'll start your journey west. At Manzanita, you'll start your descent on Campo Rd/Hwy 94 until to get back out on to the coast where you will view the night scene along San Diego Bay as a reward for finishing the climbs. Passing through several beach communities as you bike north, you'll reach the overnight control set up in Carlsbad, logging in 400km for the day.

The overnight control (mile 236.7) will be in the Motel 6 at 750 Raintree Dr. You will need to make your own reservations and work out any room sharing arrangements. This control will be staffed.

From Carlsbad, you'll continue your north bound ride along the Pacific Coast through the beach towns in Orange County. After Huntington Beach, you'll jump on the Santa Ana River Trail (SART) to begin your inland ascent toward Corona (the non-pandemic one). Riding along the foothills of Santiago Peak, you make your way to Temescal Valley, through Lake Elsinore and Murrieta, before reaching the finish at Temecula.

Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, San Diego Randonneurs is putting into place the pandemic plan impacting how we minimize contact and to ensure safety for both participants and the communities we ride through. Click here to see detail regarding Brevets In The Time Of COVID-19.

After registration closes, a pre-ride email will be sent outlining additional details on how this 600k will be organized to all participants who registered.

Drop bags will be collected at the start and will be available at the overnight control at Carlsbad. It will be brought back to the finish in Temecula.

ALL SAN DIEGO RANDONNEURS EVENTS ARE ONLY OPEN TO PARTICIPANTS WHOSE RUSA MEMBERSHIP IS CURRENT.

Randonneuring is a self-supporting event  – There will be no day of registration available and if there are any volunteers available, they will only be at Start/Finish or establish controls in the cue sheet. There is no SAG for this event.

All riders must follow RUSA rules and can be found here. Helmet, lights and reflective gear are a must (lights and reflective gear must be worn between dusk to dawn. Riders must follow all local traffic laws and regulations.

Although bicyclists have the same rights and responsibilities as motorists and are subject to the same rules and regulations, it is crucial that bicyclists pay attention to traffic signs and signals and follow all rules to reduce the risk of collisions, while on the road. Refer to the California Driver Handbook to become familiar with these rules. This excerpt is found at the DMV website for Sharing the Road (FFDL37) and can be read here.

If a RUSA member event participant rides behind, side by side, in front of (a distance long enough or close enough in proximity that indicates they are riding together) a non-RUSA member or a RUSA member who has not signed up as an event participant, or gives/receive assistance to/from non-registered riders, such occurance is a violation of the event rules. Any violation of the RUSA/Event rules will be grounds for instant disqualification. No exceptions!

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