Next Meetup

Meet Pam Putman ( ) at McKenzie Park off of Fremont Ave. in Los Altos at 8 am for an 8:15 start to ride to Shoreline Park in Mtn. View for breakfast at the Lakeside Cafe. We'll ride through quiet neighborhoods to enter the Stevens Creek Trail and continue on the trail to Shoreline Park. After breakfast (don't forget to bring your moola!) we’ll return to the start by the same route. Along the way we'll be serenaded by our spring loving feathered friends and maybe see a bunny or two. There are 3 bicycle/pedestrian bridges and 3 bicycle/pedestrian underpasses on the Stevens Creek trail. Come see who's the freeloader on Pam's helmet in March. Rain or threat of rain cancels. ---------------------- Special Information for New Members and Guest Riders: IMPORTANT: If you have not yet joined the Western Wheelers Bike Club ( ) and paid your yearly dues please be sure to sign in at the ride as a guest. The Western Wheelers Bike Club is new to Meetup, and most riders don't yet RSVP. There are a lot of us, and we'll be there! A special note about start locations: Meetup Locations are not always precise. Please consult the ride description for the authoritative start location. Information on the ride rating system is here: Ride Rating System ( )

McKenzie Park

707 Fremont Ave · Los Altos, CA

What we're about

Public Group

We are a Palo Alto-based recreational road cycling club that rides throughout the South Bay and Peninsula area. Established in 1968, we welcome riders of all abilities and interests. Please take a look at the "Pages" tab on the home page to learn about our ride rating system and our club.

The Sequoia Century, sponsored by the Western Wheelers Bicycle Club, is one of the most challenging and beautiful rides in the San Francisco Bay area.

To register and pay for this ride you must go to: to register.

Riders will travel through Stevens Canyon, past redwood forests and through small towns to the Pacific Ocean. After a ride along the coast, riders again pass through rural areas and forests ascending Tunitas Creek Road climbing to Skyline, descending Kings Mountain, and back to the start. Total distances range from 70 to 120 miles, while climbs range from 6700 to 10,000 feet. All routes start from Foothill College in Los Altos Hills, CA. Lunch, post-ride meal, SAG, rest and water stops.

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