Cyclones: LA to SD

  • Union Station 800 North Alameda Street Los Angeles, CA, 90012 United States
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Welcome to the 3rd Annual, Yeah we all got fat, So let's go shed's some turkey and dressing all the way down to San Diego.

IMPORTANT INFO BELOW, PLEASE READ: 

Date: November 28th, 2015
Time: Gather 6:30am - 7:15am
Roll: 7:30am - 
Meet: Union Station (Alameda Side)
Distance: 135 Miles - Bring ID for Camp Pendleton
Route: http://ridewithgps.com/routes/11265535

Travel: This is a one way trip from L.A. 2 San Diego.To get back to L.A. you must secure your own transportation.

Options are as Follows: 

Transportation
1. Stay overnight and Return on Sunday via Large Sag Van. 
This option is $25 dollars and includes 1 bike, 1 person and
1 bag. Note: Hotel/Lodging is not included. 
2. Same day after the ride return trip via Amtrak. Cost about 37  
Dollars and you must make a reservation for your bike. 
Reservation is Free. 
3. Phone a friend/girlfriend/wife/lover/Uber/taxi....you get the
idea.

Note: Anyone not wanting to carry a Bag for 137 miles can have a bag transported to San Diego for $5 on Friday, November 27th, 2015. Bag transport pickup is at 11a.m. on Friday at Union Station and will be in a security guarded enclosed parking lot in San Diego. If 11am that Friday doesn't work for you, Please make arrangements to drop off your bag before the Van leaves on Friday. The van cannot wait because Thomas, the driver is also riding with us on Saturday and he wants to get back to LA so he can get some sleep. Let's be conscious of his time, thanks. 

Lodging:  

1. 2 Hotel rooms have been reserved 1 at the Grand Hyatt, it's got 2 beds and an extra roll out bed and 1 at the Mariott Residence inn. Each room can fit 4 people comfortably. 
Note: Only 1 spot remains for the Grand Hyatt. 4 Spots remain for the Residence Inn if Needed. 

Cost for Grand Hyatt is $40 Per Person 1 Spot Available
Cost for Residence Inn is $25 Per person 4 Spots Available

If you want in, contact Henry or Wayne and let us know so we can work out the details. 

We'll do our best to keep the group together but I can assure you, at some point, the pace will get spicy. Pace yourself and ride within your own limits. San Diego will be there when you finish.  

Our goal is to beat the Sunset to San Diego but just in case, please bring lights. If you haven't done a century in the last month, I highly recommend you ride 20 miles a day, everyday until thanksgiving. We will point you to a bailout point if needed but there is no obligation to get to SD before the Sun Sets nor do you have to prove you're fast. 

See you all soon