Saturday, March 7, 2015
Come and join CCSD for some ‘fun’ to celebrate St Patrick’s day. Conquer Mount Palomar on your bike then join our Irish Party at the finish, with delicious food, beer tent and our fantastic Irish Band, ‘Highland Way’
| SUPPORTING ESH ONCE AGAIN
10% of proceeds will once again go directly to Escondido Humane Society (now part of San Diego Humane Society).
|SAME FANTASTIC ROUTES
‘Pain’ – 55 miles, 7,500 ft
‘Punishment’ – 64 miles, 8,500 ft
‘Punishment Plus’ – 80 miles, 9,000 ft
‘Supreme Punishment’ – 97 miles, 10,500 ft
10 mile Family Ride
FINISH LINE PARTY!
Live Irish Band
Buffet (free for all registered riders) featuring healthy and hearty salads, soda bread, pasta and grainsThanks to Stone Brewing Co. for sponsoring the beer tent. All profits go to the Humane Society
||REGISTRATION FEESFirst 50 registered riders – $49
Next 100 registered riders – $59
After 150 registered riders fees are $69
On the day registration $75
Family Ride – no fee
Teams of 5 get 10% discount
Teams of 10 gets 20% discount
|EVENT FEATURESOur legendary SAG stations - Jo’s Irish soda bread, home-made foods and delicious baked items are a hit every year!Palomar KOM and QOM challenges - test your grimpeur status on the mighty Mount Palomar with out Strava hill climb contest. Trophies for fastest male and female
Palomar Observatory – worth the extra climbing to visit the ‘real’ summit of Palomar. An extra 9 miles of beautiful road
Cole Grade Road – used in Stage 8 of the Tour of California, Cole Grade is not a climb to be taken lightly! Watch the ToC clip HERE
Woods Valley Road – beautiful!
Unique Finisher Awards
Swag bag – for all advance registered riders
Finish Line Party - with a home-made, delicious picnic and beer tent
|WHAT PAST RIDERS HAVE SAID!“Palomar Punishment lived up to its name. Oh yeah! The delicious bread was such an awesome treat at the top of Palomar. You guys rock!”“One of the ‘funnest’ group rides I’ve been on. Looking forward to more!
P.S. are there any more cookies left? “
“thanks so much for a sweet sweet sufferfest”
“It was a delight: the people the support and the scenery”
MAPS AND PROFILES
‘Pain‘ route: Escondido, Woods Valley, Palomar South Grade (up & down), Cole Grade
More detailed information on the event will be sent to registered participants.
If you have any questions, please contact Jo at firstname.lastname@example.org.