Event Calendar

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  • MBoSC Group Ride
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

    MBoSC Group Ride
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

    NOTE: Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz County is currently looking for ride leaders for their Saturday rides. Please contact info@mbosc.org if you are interested in becoming a ride leader!

    Intermediate Wilder Group Ride: Every 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Saturday of the Month at Wilder Ranch

    Riders with some off-road handling skills and moderately good fitness are welcome on this intermediate level ride. (Our monthly “Slow(er) Ride” is better suited for beginners.) The pace is determined by the riding level of those who show up. Most of the regulars are intermediate and very social. If the group is large, we may split into a fast and slow group. The route and total distance vary, but we typically do about 12 miles and around 1300 feet of climbing.

    Meet at 10 am at the park sign just north of the tunnel under Highway 1. The best way to get to the meeting spot is to park in the Wilder Ranch parking lot, walk your bike through the Ranch area, past the barn, chickens and garden, ride under the highway using the tunnel and you should see the park sign by the cattle gate.Helmets and a ready-to-ride mountain bike are required for all MBoSC rides. You don’t have to be a member to ride. This is a great opportunity to meet local riders and enjoy the abundance of trails in our corner of the world.

    Check their website here within 48 hours of each ride to ensure ride is still on!

    Emma McCrary “Slow(er) Ride”: Every 4th Saturday of the Month at River Street & Golf Club Drive

    Beginner or slower mountain bikers are welcome on our monthly “Slow(er) Ride” every fourth Saturday of each month. This more leisurely paced ride does require fitness and controlled off-road bike handling skills. There is usually an intermediate/advanced group for the regulars and other faster, more experienced riders as well.

    Meet at 10am at the parking lot at the corner of River Street and Golf Club Drive. More details here

  • Spokesman Bicycles Free Flat Fixing Class
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Spokesman Bicycles Free Flat Fixing Class
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Spokesman offers this great (and FREE) flat-fixing class. Check it out to learn how you can most efficiently change your own flat whether you’re in the middle of a ride or just wanting to bust out your bike from your garage but the tires are flat. Find more details on their website and sign-up in advance for their class on their Facebook page.

  • Bicycle Trip Bike Fest
    12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    Bicycle Trip Bike Fest
    12:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    Once a year, Bicycle Trip hosts ALL cyclists for a BASH at the shop on Soquel Ave. It’s a time when young and old, roadies and mountain bikers, recreational riders and racer-types come together to celebrate riding and having fun on two wheels in Santa Cruz. Indulge in BBQ, get your mind blown by our bike stunt shows, demo your dream eBike, browse the neat whips and bits in our vendor village, partake in numerous kids activities and reap the rich bounty of our famous raffle and prize wheel!

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  • Girls Rock Mountain Bike Ride
    9:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Girls Rock Mountain Bike Ride
    9:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Hosted by The Bicycle Trip, this fun ladies mountain bike ride is a great opportunity to make new friends and get out on some of the best trails in Santa Cruz. The ride is open to all skill levels and ride leaders ride at your pace and comfort level. Meet at the Bicycle Trip on Soquel Avenue. For more ride details visit the Girls Rock websiteSign-in for the chance to win an Electric Bike!

  • Westside Trail Mixer: Connect the Arts to the Trail. Learn, Share, Create, Inspire
    1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    Westside Trail Mixer: Connect the Arts to the Trail. Learn, Share, Create, Inspire
    1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

    Come meet us on the rail trail corridor between Fair Avenue (New Leaf Markef) and Swift Street (Kelly’s French Bakery) for a community art party to welcome the trail. The Westside trail is coming soon and the City of Santa Cruz Arts Commission is still gathering inspiration and ideas for art projects along the Coastal Rail Trail. Bring an object of inspiration that shows us what you love about the trail, your neighborhood or Santa Cruz. We’ll be documenting these objects in a fun photo booth to capture inspiration for future art projects. Draw your own project, share your poetic ramblings and help us envision a colorful, fun Westside Rail Trail. Participate for the chance to win an Electric Bike! 

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  • Bike To Work/School Day
    6:30 am - 9:30 am

    Bike To Work/School Day
    6:30 am - 9:30 am

    Visit our Breakfast Site page for a complete list of our 13 public breakfast sites across Santa Cruz County and our 45+ participating school sites. Cyclists will be able to receive a free breakfast, free bike maintenance, raffle prizes and more! Participate for the chance to win an Electric Bike!

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  • Bike Party Group Ride
    6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    Bike Party Group Ride
    6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    Jump on your bikes for a green-themed Bike Party Ride organized by  Santa Cruz Bike Party and Bike Santa Cruz County. Santa Cruz Bike Party is a mobile party for riders of all ages, experience levels, and types to meet, ride, and play together in the streets. Riders are encouraged to wear green costumes or decorate their bike to fit the theme. Before we ride, join Bookshop Santa Cruz and Santa Cruz Indivisible for a postcard writing campaign for climate change. More details to come as the date approaches.

    Ride details will be posted on their website at least 1 week out from the ride. Participate for the chance to win an Electric Bike! 

  • Santa Cruz Bike Party Group Ride
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    Santa Cruz Bike Party Group Ride
    7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    We love Santa Cruz Bike Party! They host family-friendly, festive group rides every 2nd Friday of the month. Each ride has a different theme. They post ride details a few days leading up to each event including route details, theme/costume details and more. Check out their website here.

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  • MBoSC Group Ride
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

    MBoSC Group Ride
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

    NOTE: Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz County is currently looking for ride leaders for their Saturday rides. Please contact info@mbosc.org if you are interested in becoming a ride leader!

    Intermediate Wilder Group Ride: Every 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Saturday of the Month at Wilder Ranch

    Riders with some off-road handling skills and moderately good fitness are welcome on this intermediate level ride. (Our monthly “Slow(er) Ride” is better suited for beginners.) The pace is determined by the riding level of those who show up. Most of the regulars are intermediate and very social. If the group is large, we may split into a fast and slow group. The route and total distance vary, but we typically do about 12 miles and around 1300 feet of climbing.

    Meet at 10 am at the park sign just north of the tunnel under Highway 1. The best way to get to the meeting spot is to park in the Wilder Ranch parking lot, walk your bike through the Ranch area, past the barn, chickens and garden, ride under the highway using the tunnel and you should see the park sign by the cattle gate.Helmets and a ready-to-ride mountain bike are required for all MBoSC rides. You don’t have to be a member to ride. This is a great opportunity to meet local riders and enjoy the abundance of trails in our corner of the world.

    Check their website here within 48 hours of each ride to ensure ride is still on!

    Emma McCrary “Slow(er) Ride”: Every 4th Saturday of the Month at River Street & Golf Club Drive

    Beginner or slower mountain bikers are welcome on our monthly “Slow(er) Ride” every fourth Saturday of each month. This more leisurely paced ride does require fitness and controlled off-road bike handling skills. There is usually an intermediate/advanced group for the regulars and other faster, more experienced riders as well.

    Meet at 10am at the parking lot at the corner of River Street and Golf Club Drive. More details here

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  • MBoSC Group Ride
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

    MBoSC Group Ride
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

    NOTE: Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz County is currently looking for ride leaders for their Saturday rides. Please contact info@mbosc.org if you are interested in becoming a ride leader!

    Intermediate Wilder Group Ride: Every 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Saturday of the Month at Wilder Ranch

    Riders with some off-road handling skills and moderately good fitness are welcome on this intermediate level ride. (Our monthly “Slow(er) Ride” is better suited for beginners.) The pace is determined by the riding level of those who show up. Most of the regulars are intermediate and very social. If the group is large, we may split into a fast and slow group. The route and total distance vary, but we typically do about 12 miles and around 1300 feet of climbing.

    Meet at 10 am at the park sign just north of the tunnel under Highway 1. The best way to get to the meeting spot is to park in the Wilder Ranch parking lot, walk your bike through the Ranch area, past the barn, chickens and garden, ride under the highway using the tunnel and you should see the park sign by the cattle gate.Helmets and a ready-to-ride mountain bike are required for all MBoSC rides. You don’t have to be a member to ride. This is a great opportunity to meet local riders and enjoy the abundance of trails in our corner of the world.

    Check their website here within 48 hours of each ride to ensure ride is still on!

    Emma McCrary “Slow(er) Ride”: Every 4th Saturday of the Month at River Street & Golf Club Drive

    Beginner or slower mountain bikers are welcome on our monthly “Slow(er) Ride” every fourth Saturday of each month. This more leisurely paced ride does require fitness and controlled off-road bike handling skills. There is usually an intermediate/advanced group for the regulars and other faster, more experienced riders as well.

    Meet at 10am at the parking lot at the corner of River Street and Golf Club Drive. More details here

  • Spokesman Bicycles Free Maintenance Class
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Spokesman Bicycles Free Maintenance Class
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Spokesman Bicycles hosts this free bike maintenance class to anyone that wants to learn how to do basic maintenance on their bike. This is a great opportunity to learn some skills from the best! Sign up on their Facebook page and find more details on their website.

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  • Open Streets Watsonville
    11:00 am - 3:00 pm

    Open Streets Watsonville
    11:00 am - 3:00 pm

    Open Streets Watsonville will be held on Sunday, May 21, 2017, from 11am-3pm in the historic downtown Watsonville on Brennan/Union St. from Callaghan Park (Freedom Blvd.) to the City Plaza.  Come out and enjoy the car-free Pop-up Street Park, free activities and performances! Click here for more information.

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  • MBoSC Group Ride
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

    MBoSC Group Ride
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

    NOTE: Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz County is currently looking for ride leaders for their Saturday rides. Please contact info@mbosc.org if you are interested in becoming a ride leader!

    Intermediate Wilder Group Ride: Every 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Saturday of the Month at Wilder Ranch

    Riders with some off-road handling skills and moderately good fitness are welcome on this intermediate level ride. (Our monthly “Slow(er) Ride” is better suited for beginners.) The pace is determined by the riding level of those who show up. Most of the regulars are intermediate and very social. If the group is large, we may split into a fast and slow group. The route and total distance vary, but we typically do about 12 miles and around 1300 feet of climbing.

    Meet at 10 am at the park sign just north of the tunnel under Highway 1. The best way to get to the meeting spot is to park in the Wilder Ranch parking lot, walk your bike through the Ranch area, past the barn, chickens and garden, ride under the highway using the tunnel and you should see the park sign by the cattle gate.Helmets and a ready-to-ride mountain bike are required for all MBoSC rides. You don’t have to be a member to ride. This is a great opportunity to meet local riders and enjoy the abundance of trails in our corner of the world.

    Check their website here within 48 hours of each ride to ensure ride is still on!

    Emma McCrary “Slow(er) Ride”: Every 4th Saturday of the Month at River Street & Golf Club Drive

    Beginner or slower mountain bikers are welcome on our monthly “Slow(er) Ride” every fourth Saturday of each month. This more leisurely paced ride does require fitness and controlled off-road bike handling skills. There is usually an intermediate/advanced group for the regulars and other faster, more experienced riders as well.

    Meet at 10am at the parking lot at the corner of River Street and Golf Club Drive. More details here

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  • MBoSC Group Ride
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

    MBoSC Group Ride
    10:00 am - 1:00 pm

    NOTE: Mountain Bikers of Santa Cruz County is currently looking for ride leaders for their Saturday rides. Please contact info@mbosc.org if you are interested in becoming a ride leader!

    Intermediate Wilder Group Ride: Every 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 5th Saturday of the Month at Wilder Ranch

    Riders with some off-road handling skills and moderately good fitness are welcome on this intermediate level ride. (Our monthly “Slow(er) Ride” is better suited for beginners.) The pace is determined by the riding level of those who show up. Most of the regulars are intermediate and very social. If the group is large, we may split into a fast and slow group. The route and total distance vary, but we typically do about 12 miles and around 1300 feet of climbing.

    Meet at 10 am at the park sign just north of the tunnel under Highway 1. The best way to get to the meeting spot is to park in the Wilder Ranch parking lot, walk your bike through the Ranch area, past the barn, chickens and garden, ride under the highway using the tunnel and you should see the park sign by the cattle gate.Helmets and a ready-to-ride mountain bike are required for all MBoSC rides. You don’t have to be a member to ride. This is a great opportunity to meet local riders and enjoy the abundance of trails in our corner of the world.

    Check their website here within 48 hours of each ride to ensure ride is still on!

    Emma McCrary “Slow(er) Ride”: Every 4th Saturday of the Month at River Street & Golf Club Drive

    Beginner or slower mountain bikers are welcome on our monthly “Slow(er) Ride” every fourth Saturday of each month. This more leisurely paced ride does require fitness and controlled off-road bike handling skills. There is usually an intermediate/advanced group for the regulars and other faster, more experienced riders as well.

    Meet at 10am at the parking lot at the corner of River Street and Golf Club Drive. More details here

  • Spokesman Bicycles Free Flat Fixing Class
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Spokesman Bicycles Free Flat Fixing Class
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Spokesman offers this great (and FREE) flat-fixing class. Check it out to learn how you can most efficiently change your own flat whether you’re in the middle of a ride or just wanting to bust out your bike from your garage but the tires are flat. Find more details on their website and sign-up in advance for their class on their Facebook page.