Santa Barbara Easy 200k

  • Ride Type: ACP 200k
  • Date: February 2nd, 2019
  • Must be a current RUSA member to ride in this event.
  • Fee: cash, or checks payable to Channel Islands Bicycle Club (CIBC) for $25, CIBC members deduct $5. Click here to become CIBC member. Be sure to make out a separate check for CIBC membership.
  • Start Time: 0700h
  • Registration: 0600h
  • Time Limit: 13.5 Hours
  • Ride Ends: 20:30h (8:30pm)
  • Route Map:
  • Cue Sheet: (PDF)
  • Start Location: Mountain Meadows Park – south corner of Mountain Trail and Mountain Meadows Drive, Moorpark, CA 93021 (The address of 4350 Mountain Meadows and Google Maps will take you to the wrong location!!!! The park is north of Mountain Meadows School at 4200 Mountain Meadows Drive.)
  • Finish Location: 4465 Cedarglen Ct., Moorpark, CA 93021.
  • Ride is cancelled due to weather!
  • Rider Reservation List

Description: This course is as flat as it gets for an out and back from Moorpark to Santa Barbara Harbor and back to Moorpark. The route is intended to be a fun ride, a good warm up for 2018 season or a little something for those interested in getting an early registration date for Paris Brest Paris in 2019.

The initial climb out of Moorpark will help warm the system up for the 8 mile gentle descent down Santa Rosa Road to Camarillo. The route crosses the Oxnard Plain to the coast and at Harbor Blvd. turns north to Ventura. You will then travel Route 1 or Old PCH and the new coastal bike path to Carpinteria. Carpinteria, a busy beach town only 12 miles from SB Harbor, is a great stop for coffee or late breakfast. The route then using surface streets, parallels the 101 Freeway to Summerland and over the Ortega Hill bike path to Montecito. Then navigate the roundabout to Santa Barbara’s majestic and popular Cabrillo Blvd, so keep your eyes alert to the road as it’s easy to be distracted. Sushi Go-Go and On the Alley are good places for bite to eat while looking over the Santa Barbara Harbor with your bike in view as well. The Harbor Market is steps away for those that want to grab and go for a quick turnaround.

Missed something on the way out? You get a chance to see all of it again on the way home, usually with a good tailwind.

Don’t bonk, but try to finish hungry as homemade pizza awaits you at the finish.

Lights and reflective gear are required for this ride.

SAG/Support: This is a typical Randonneur event where you are required to be self-sufficient while on course. However, SAG will be available on call to those who have a cell phone. Given the length of the course it may be some time before we can get to you, so be prepared with sufficient warm clothing/emergency blankets/food/water, etc. so you are comfortable and safe until we can reach you. As always in an emergency call 911.

Ride Organizer: Greg Jones (