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Quarter Century (25 miles)

The route leaves Linden, then passes through the towns of Farmington and Peters in San Joaquin County. Apple, cherry, peach, pear, plum and walnut orchards, and vineyards abound. A fully stocked rest stop provides fuel and hydration midway through the ride. Entry fees include detailed route sheets and maps thanks to RouteArrows; pre-ride tech support courtesy of Alton Stevens; fuel and hydration at rest stops at Farmington Fire Protection District, support and gear (SAG) along the routes; radio communications; and a delectable post ride meal catered by De Vinci’s Ravioli Factory-Linden. Pedaling Paths to Independence is possible thanks to the generosity of the riders, sponsors, donors, volunteers and community partners who make it happen.


Sales end on: Feb 22, 2023 12:00 AM
$45.00
(+2.56 fee)
Metric Century (65 miles)

The metric century leaves Linden and traverses the quiet back roads of San Joaquin, Stanislaus and Calaveras counties, including a portion of Stage Three of the 2011 Tour of California. The towns of Linden, Peters, Farmington, Eugene, Milton, Jenny Lind and Bellota await you; almond, apple, cherry, peach, pear, plum and walnut orchards, and vineyards abound. Two rest stops and a lunch stop provide fuel and hydration along the way.

Entry fees include detailed route sheets and maps thanks to RouteArrows; pre-ride tech support courtesy of Alton Stevens; fuel and hydration at rest stops at Farmington Fire Protection District, Milton Masonic Cemetery, Bellota Intake Facility; support and gear (SAG) along the routes; radio communications; and a delectable post ride meal catered by De Vinci’s Ravioli Factory-Linden. Pedaling Paths to Independence is possible thanks to the generosity of the riders, sponsors, donors, volunteers and community partners who make it happen.


$55.00
(+3.01 fee)
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All proceeds and additional donations benefit Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired, Federal Tax I.D. Number 94-1337611.


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Location
DeVinci's Ravioli Factory
18847 East Front Street
Linden, California 95236
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Event Details
Sat, February 25, 2023 - 8:30 AM PST
DeVinci's Ravioli Factory - Linden, California
16+
About this event

The Stockton-Delta Amateur Radio Club invites you to the 14th Pedaling Paths to Independence to benefit Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired on Saturday, February 25, 2023. A great ride on ANY bike–road, tandem, mountain, single speed, recumbent, Bike Friday, fixed gear, cruiser, high wheel, hybrid, unicycle–the metric (65 miles with 1,400 feet of elevation gain) and quarter (25 miles with 300 feet of elevation gain) century routes begin and end at DeVinci’s Ravioli Factory and Restaurant (18847 East Front Street, Linden) and traverse the quiet rural roads of San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Calaveras counties, through verdant pastures, orchards, and vineyards.

Riders may checkā€‘in at DeVinci’s and ride any time between 8:30 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.; everyone must be on the course by 10:00 a.m. Fees paid prior to the event ($55.00 for the metric century, $45.00 for the quarter century) include pastoral scenery, maps and route sheets courtesy of RouteArrows, pre-ride technical support by Alton Stevens, radio communications provided by the Stockton-Delta Amateur Radio Club, and fully stocked rest stops. Of course, riders and guests will end the day with a scrumptious post ride meal catered by DeVinci’s Ravioli Factory and Restaurant.

Register online at https://www.ticketstripe.com/2023-PPTI through February 22, 2023. Or, download a registration form from https://www.pedalingpaths.com and mail your entry by February 15, 2023. Fees increase $10.00 on the day of the event. Riders must be at least 16 years of age or accompanied by an adult registered for the ride. Each rider must sign a waiver at the event. Help spread the word about the event by sharing and inviting your friends on social media.

CCBVI is grateful to the awesome folks who already stepped to the plate to support the 2023 event: DeVinci’s Corporation; Farmington Fire Protection District; Calaveras Keystone Lodge No. 78, Free and Accepted Masons of the State of California; Stockton East Water District; Holy Cross Catholic Church; RouteArrowsApplied Aerospace Structures Corporation; Douglas E. Keehr; FLIP Office FurnishingsSean Menefee at PIP Printing; Stockton Bicycle Club, Doug Beisner, Clif Bar & Company, Farmington Circle K.

Pedaling Paths to Independence raised $17,500.00 in 2020 thanks to more than 320 riders, volunteers, donors, and sponsors. The Community Center for the Blind and Visually Impaired board of directors, staff, and clients extend ineffable gratitude to everyone who makes the event happen! Thank you for helping to provide the information, tools, and resources that empower and inspire people who are blind to achieve their full potentials.

Questions? Call Joyce at (209) 400-5421 or send an e-mail to pedalingpaths@gmail.com. And, please spread the word!

We hope to see you on February 25, 2023. As always, we’ve requested fabulous weather!!!

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