6:00 PM Registration Opens, Hotel Corque Banquet Room
6:00 PM Cycling Festival Opens
10:00 PM Registration and Cycling Festival Close
6:00 AM Registration Opens, Hotel Corque Banquet Room
6:30 AM 100 Mile Ride Start (Staggered)
7:00 AM 70 Mile Ride Start (Staggered)
9:00 AM 50 Mile Ride Start (Staggered)
10:00 AM-6:00 PM Cycling Festival Open, Massage Therapists Available
1100 AM-6:00 PM BBQ Lunch, Music, Beer and Party Time!
3:00 PM Raffle
6:00 PM All Courses Swept for Last Riders
6:30 PM All Courses Closed
Note* To avoid a long line when Registration opens on Friday evening, come to the Banquet Room at the Hotel Corque after 7:30 pm instead of 6 pm. Go eat a leisurely carbo loading dinner than come by and you will not have to stand in line nor wait to register or pickup your bib number, SWAG, merchandise, etc.
Located in the rear parking lot of the Hotel Corque, there will be over 30 cycling related vendors, a live DJ for your musical entertainment, massage therapists, cold draft beer and a BBQ Lunch Meal cooked by the Hotel Corque staff as they have done in the past many years. Lunch tickets will also be available at the Festival site for friends, family members or guests. Cost is $20.
Prizes will be available for pickup after 3:00 pm at the SCOR merchandise booth until 6:00 PM.
Winners do NOT have to be present to win. Be sure to place raffle stubs in the Raffle Drum located in the SCOR Event Merchandise booth before the beginning of the ride.
Helmets are mandatory. You do not have to show helmets at registration. SCOR will have helmets available for purchase in the SCOR merchandise booth. It is recommended each rider bring (2) water bottles, a tube, patch kit, tire levers, pump, a spare tire and warm clothing in layers that can be shed as the day warms up and carried with you. Bring rain gear if need be.
Clothing drops will be available at SAG stop #1 and SAG stop #2 on the Metric and Century routes. Clothing dropped at a SAG stop will be available at the SCOR merchandise booth after 3pm.
THIS IS NOT A RACE!
PLEASE BE COURTEOUS OF LOCAL DRIVERS AND TRAFFIC.
PLEASE OBEY ALL TRAFFIC LAWS! The CHP and Sheriff’s Dept. will be on course to direct traffic at key intersections. Be sure to come to a complete stop at all traffic signals and stop signs not controlled by law enforcement personnel.
RIDE SINGLE FILE PLEASE!!
Note: Riders who violate vehicle code laws, ride unsafely, are discourteous, rude or dangerous to other riders (or law enforcement personnel) will not be allowed to enter future SCOR events and will receive tickets for vehicle code violations.
Pacelines - If you ride in a paceline, please announce “on your left” when passing other riders. Please understand that you assume all liabilities and risks for riding in a paceline. Please pass riders with at least two feet of clearance between you and the rider you pass on the left.
No personal support vehicles please!! Trikke bikes are prohibited.
Headphones, Walkmans and iPods are forbidden by law!
The event will take place RAIN OR SHINE!
ALL EVENT PHOTOS WILL BE AVAILABLE WITHIN 72 HOURS AT: www.Photocrazy.com
Please note the time on the Photocrazy clock when you pass the photographer on the road. Please pin your BIB number on the front of your chest. Please put your colored wrist band on either wrist and put the Photocrazy.com colored band on your bike headset where it can be easily seen. This will allow us to readily identify registered riders from bandit riders.
Please look at the picture on the left of a rider who has his BIB number on his back. That is incorrect positioning of the BIB number.
Volunteers are always needed to work the Registration area, SAG stops or the Finish Line. All volunteers will receive a free Event T-shirt and BBQ lunch for their efforts. Contact 1 800 548 4447 if you would like to volunteer for a fun day of helping grateful cyclists!
SCOR will continue its tradition of donating to Camp Bon Coeur, Camp del Corazon and Camp Taylor, three children’s congenital heart disease summer camps designed to give children between the ages of 8 and 17 a medically supervised camping experience that they would not normally have available to them due to the severity of their illness and multiple heart surgeries. For more information any of these three super camps go to:
We also continue to donate to the Long Beach Tour de Cure Ride every April.