What we're about

I would like to invite other cyclists to join us for some great Cycling Adventures. We really enjoy the outdoors and the adventure of riding on the open road and exploring new areas and enjoying the changing scenery while getting some good cardio, and meeting all the nice people that ride.

This is a Road Bike Club and we mainly ride on the open road and paved Bike Paths. However any non-motorized bike is welcome, that includes Hybrids, Mountain Bikes, Beach Cruisers, Old Bikes, New Bikes, Trikes, etc. More important than the bike is the human motor. If you have the power to maintain a computer average of 12.5 to 14+ mph, and can do anywhere from 15 to 18 mph on the flats, bring it and lets ride!

We are a casual group. I'm a mountain bike shorts and t-shirt kinda guy. I don't wear any fancy uniforms and I don't have any fancy rules. So come as you are and let your 'common sense' prevail. We have a positive "can do" attitude, and always looking for new adventures in various areas. This is a 'fun group' that just likes to get out on the road and ride. It is 'free' to join. So just go ahead and sign up today and start your new adventures now. This is a very public site so I suggest you just use your First Name and Last Initial, and we do need your last initial, or nickname, because there are already to many of the same or similar first names. Do that and let's ride and have some fun. Remember...Life is short. Extend it a little by cycling more. It works. Thanks. Robert

This group is designed for intermediate riders who can maintain a computer average speed of 12.5 to 14 MPH and with speeds on the flats anywhere from 15 to 18 mph and ride 30 to 40 miles mostly on the open road and sometimes with hills. Hills 'are' your friends you know. On occasion we ride out of town, for example Oceanside, San Diego, Santa Monica. Palos Verdes, Tour de Palm Springs in Feb., Santa Barbara, and other great spots, and so then we might go 50 to 60 miles or more. There are usually shortcuts if you want to do less. We are explorers and like the adventure of riding into new territory. I will try to find new rides every week. So come on out and explore and have some great fun riding with us. It will do your heart good. Literally! So let's Rock the Road! Wahooo!!!

Quest for Hills:

One of our quests is to climb every major hill in Orange County as listed in the OCTA Orange County Bikeways Guide. There are 28 hills listed with inclines from 5% for Jeronimo Road and up to 10.7% for Ridge Park Road. Join me in conquering every one of those 'little hills', and more. One, two, or more hills at a time. Are you ready? Come on over!!! Wahoooo!!!!

"Robert's Cycling Adventures"


Waiver and Release

Bicycling, as with other sports, is a potentially hazardous activity and that serious injuries or death can occur from accidents, negligence or carelessness. You should understand that you should not participate nor allow any minor for whom you are responsible, nor allow any friend, relative or anyone else, to participate if you or they are not in good health and in proper physical condition. You are voluntarily participating in these cycling events and agree to assume all risks associated with participating in these events, including, but not limited to, illness, injury, falls, contact with other participants, effects of the weather, traffic and conditions of the road, all such risks being known and appreciated by you.

In consideration of your membership into this Club, Robert's Cycling Adventures, or even riding as a guest or participating in any form, you release and "hold harmless" Robert's Cycling Adventures and all Organizers, Assistant Organizers, Ride hosts, Ride Leaders, other participants, or anyone else associated in any way with Robert's Cycling Adventures, from all claims or liabilities of any kind arising out of participation of these cycling events, even liability arising out of negligence or carelessness on the part of of the event organizers and other people or organizations supporting these events.

Robert's Cycling Adventures reserves the right at any time at its absolute discretion and without notice to revoke membership in Robert's Cycling Adventures.

Also by joining or even riding as a guest of Robert's Cycling Adventures, you understand and have read all of our 'Safety Pages' under the heading "Pages" towards the top of our front page, and listed under "Table of Contents" at the bottom of the first "Page".

You understand and agree that maps and routes that are shown on the website are provided for your convenience only and do not guarantee a safe route. You will need to download your own route slips/ cue-sheets & map from "ride with gps" for each ride, and that you understand that we do not have any designated 'sweepers' or SAG support.

I hereby grant permission to Robert's Cycling Adventures to use any photographs, motion pictures, any type of videos, recordings or other record of these events for any legitimate purpose.

You agree to wear a bicycle helmet and exercise bicycle safety while riding with Robert's Cycling Adventures.

Thanks for understanding the above and now let's go have a great fun ride!!

Upcoming events (1)

Bonita Park to Seal Beach, Easy Flat Ride

Bonita Creek Park

Meetup at Bonita Creek Park and take a nice cool Ocean cruise thru Beautiful Back Bay and along the Coast down PCH thru Huntington Beach and Sunset Beach to the Crema Cafe in Seal Beach on Main and PCH. We take a Coffee break there and then check out the Seal Beach Pier and hug the Bronze Seal Statue on the Pier for Good Luck, then head back Turning at the Water Tower house in Sunset Beach, then at Warner we stop at the restroom there. After taking the Bike Trail and when it gets to crowded on the trail we can switch over to PCH at Goldenwest. Then we Regroup at Huntington Pier. Heading back and doing a Restroom Stop at Orange Street Public Restroom first street to the right past the Bridge over the Santa Ana River. Then all the way to Dover and hang a left under the bridge and go up to Castaways Park and to Back Bay and a short ride back to the Park and our cars. Simple route but always nice to cruise along the Beach. An almost all flat ride right at 40 miles. Should be cloudy in the morning and then a nice Sunny day starting out on the cool side but warming up fast but we should get some cool Ocean breezes to keep us on the cool side. Those who want more miles could continue to Long Beach to the Light House and that would give you about 52 miles or so, but I will just do the 40 miler flat-lander cruise. Thank you very much for considering this ride with RCA. I know you have many choices and I hope to see you all here. Woohoo!! Hope to see some Happy Cyclists there for a nice ride with awesome views thru Back Bay and along the Ocean Beaches !! See the route: https://ridewithgps.com/routes/28830036

Past events (521)

Tour de Palm Springs 2019


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