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Diamond Jubilee Marin Century August 5*
Monday, May 1
An event every week that begins at 12:00 am on Monday, repeating until Saturday, August 5, 2023
Registration is now open. The ride is on August 5. Use code ” SFBC2023* ” at checkout, and part of your standard registration fee will go towards supporting the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition!
Want to Ride one of the Top 25 Rides in the World?? Then you’ve got to ride the Diamond Jubilee Marin Century! The setting of the Marin Century is like no other. The ride starts in the beautiful State Park setting of Stafford Lake in Novato. The backdrop continues to inspire as riders navigate to the summit or through the foothills of Mount Tamalpais and the nearby coast of Tomales Bay. Marin Cyclists have been staging the Marin Century for over 59 years and they know how to stage a first-class road cycling event. In 2019, the Marin Century was named as one of the Top 25 Best Bike Rides In The World by Outside Magazine. 96% of riders give the ride 5 Stars (out of 5) and would definitely recommend the Marin Century to their friends. When riders think about the riding Marin Century: they think about the beautiful rolling hills and grasslands of West Marin, the meticulously prepared fresh munchies, the serene Stafford Lake Park setting, and the enthusiastic support of 100’s of volunteers cheering them on at every rest stop. Additionally, when they complete their challenge, they will be rewarded with a wide selection of fresh hot food and plenty of scrumptious and hardy treats. Then they can relax and rock out to entertaining music, a free beer, and tasty gelato.
100 Kilometer Compact Classic with 4000 feet elevation
100 mile Classic Century with 6500 feet elevation
100 mile Mt. Tam Century with 8000 feet elevation
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