- 4th Sunday of the Month CHANGE -


Beginning Sunday, December 22nd our 4th Sunday of the month route is CHANGING to the "Moorpark 34 Miler." As with all of our Sunday rides, this one begins at Mission Oaks Park in Camarillo and heads up Santa Rosa Road into Moorpark before heading into the Somis orchards. Plan to stop at Starbucks near the end of the route. This ride does have hills so come prepared. 

- Simi Hills x 3 Added to Ride Schedule

On the THIRD SATURDAY of each month the "Simi Hills x 3 Route" is being added to the ride calendar beginning in NOVEMBER. This 43 miler offers climbs up Wood Ranch Parkway, Presidio and Lost Canyons in Simi Valley. Plans are to refuel at the Coffee Bean in North Simi Valley. Bring your climbing legs. However, this ride can be modified with our "escape route" to shorten or make your ride less difficult. See you in November. 

- Horse Hill Ride coming back in October -

    Due to popular demand, our "Horse Hill 33 Miler" is replacing the "Newbury Park 35 Miler" for the first Saturdays of the month beginning on October 5th. Plan to join us on this hilly rural delight as we head down into Camarillo before heading uphill thru Somis and Moorpark. A reminder that there is NO food stops until the END of the route!

- July 4th Pedaler's Fork Ride Added -

     Join us on Thursday, July 4th at 9am for our fun Holiday Ride Addition of the "Pedaler's Fork 40 Miler". Plan to depart from Triunfo Park in Westlake Village on this wonderful adventure into the Santa Monica Mountain towards Old Town Calabasas to eat an early lunch at the famous Pedaler's Fork Coffee & Bike Shop. Our goal is to be back to for all of the activities later in the afternoon. Here is the "Pedaler's Fork Route Slip."

- Big Sky Ranch 37 Miler added to Schedule -

     Beginning in March the NEW "Big Sky Ranch 37 Miler" is being added to the ride schedule to substitute for the "Simi Hills x 2 Ride." This move is to avoid the hazardous road situation on Erringer between Alamo and the Arroyo Simi Bike Path. This route has the basic guts as the former rides in the area but with an added route up Tapo Canyon to the famous Big Sky Movie Ranch. There is an "escape route" for those wanting a less difficult or shorter route.

- Sunday's January 13th Route CHANGED -

    Due to muddy and wet conditions on Las Posas Road and Pacific Coast Highway the route has been changed. Please start at our original starting location at Mission Oaks Park at 8:29am for the very flat "Hueneme Lighthouse 35 Miler." Even though we may not visit the lighthouse due to seaside construction, we can view the high surf at the Hueneme Pier before heading to Anacappucinos Coffee in Port Hueneme. See you then with a friend.

- NEW "Newbury Park 39 Miler" added to Schedule -

     Beginning Saturday, January 5th, 2019 the "Santa Rosa Ride" is being replaced with the NEW "Newbury Park 39 Miler". The ride still begins at Tierra Rejada Park at 8:29am on the first Saturday of every month. This is a hilly route so come prepared for some moderate climbing. We will refuel at the Beano Vino in Dos Vientos or Los Robles Golf Course on their terrace overlooking the beautiful greens. Make note in your calendar.

- Westlake Ride + Pedego Bikes -

     On the most beautiful fall day in California history our group headed to the hills of Westlake. We ventured from Moorpark into Thousand Oaks, North Ranch, Oak Park, Agoura, Westlake Village and on our way to the famous Stonehaus Winery of goodies. Afterwards we took a slight detour to the "Pedego 101 Electric Bike Shop" in Westlake Village. We were greeted by Linda, the owner, and showed us their newest and best ebikes they have to offer. We also noticed so very cool Blutooth communication helmets and the like. Fun was had by all as we hit the hills again into Moorpark with a cool fall breeze to make us happy. Join us any Saturday for a great ride into Eastern Ventura County.

- NEW team jerseys on the Santa Rosa Ride -

Here is a photo for our group during the "Santa Rosa 34 Miler" which departed from Tierra Rejada Park in Moorpark for the citrus groves of Somis and Moorpark. We were lucky to wear the new team jerseys that Edwin ordered. Nice aren't they? If you missed Edwin's first order you can email him your size. Please refer to the Primal Wear size charts for a correct fit. The ones shown are a "race cut" (tighter than normal). Primal does offer club cuts (looser) and women's sizes. Please be very specific and know that there are no returns if the jersey does not fit they way you want, sizing is in your hands. 

- NEW "Moorpark Bike Rides" Jersey -

     Thanks to our own Edwin Velarde the "Moorpark Bike Rides" now has a team jersey. For those that ordered and paid Edwin, you can pick your jersey up at his office in Oak Park right next to the Apollo's Coffee Shop. Give him a phone call or text first before arriving.