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  • Rideshare Week
    8:00 AM
    10/02/2017-10/06/2017

    Rideshare week is Oct. 2-6! Pledge to bike, carpool, bus or take an alternative means of transportation. It’s a great time to change up your commute, save money, and help the environment!

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  • Rideshare Week
    8:00 AM
    10/03/2017-10/06/2017

    Rideshare week is Oct. 2-6! Pledge to bike, carpool, bus or take an alternative means of transportation. It’s a great time to change up your commute, save money, and help the environment!

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  • Rideshare Week
    8:00 AM
    10/04/2017-10/06/2017

    Rideshare week is Oct. 2-6! Pledge to bike, carpool, bus or take an alternative means of transportation. It’s a great time to change up your commute, save money, and help the environment!

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  • Rideshare Week
    8:00 AM
    10/05/2017-10/06/2017

    Rideshare week is Oct. 2-6! Pledge to bike, carpool, bus or take an alternative means of transportation. It’s a great time to change up your commute, save money, and help the environment!

  • October Full Moon Ride
    7:00 PM-8:00 PM
    10/05/2017

    Beach Park Loop, Bakersfield, CA, United States

    Beach Park Loop, Bakersfield, CA, United States

    Date: Thursday, October 5th, 7:00 PM

    Location: Beach Park

    About: Join us for a family-friendly, all-ages cruise starting at Beach Park and following the bike path to the Marketplace. The ride is finished once the group reaches the Marketplace, so make sure you have a plan to get back to where you started! Some like to park at the Marketplace and ride to Beach Park prior to the start of the ride so they may enjoy the rest of the evening without having to ride back.

    FYI: California Vehicle Code requires bicyclists under age 18 to wear a helmet. The vehicle code also requires bicycles to have a front facing headlamp and at least a red rear facing reflector when being ridden at night. Its not only the law, but a great way to keep yourself safe!

     

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  • Rideshare Week
    8:00 AM
    10/06/2017

    Rideshare week is Oct. 2-6! Pledge to bike, carpool, bus or take an alternative means of transportation. It’s a great time to change up your commute, save money, and help the environment!

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  • 31st Annual Spooktacular!
    6:00 AM-5:00 PM
    10/21/2017

    13648 Lake Ming Road Bakersfield, CA  93306

    13648 Lake Ming Road Bakersfield, CA  93306

    The Kern Wheelmen Bicycle Club invites you to enjoy our 31th annual Spooktacular Century on Oct. 21.  Registration includes six great routes to choose from, one entry to the raffle, post-ride meal, spooky rest stops, marked routes, maps, full sag support, goodie bag, an eerie lack of traffic and one stoplight. Decorate your bike, wear spooky clothing and join the fun.

    SIX SPOOKTACULAR RIDES

    1. Hideous Hundred – 10,800 feet of climbing – 109 miles. Bring your big gears and an attitude. This ride up Breckenridge Mountain will Haunt you for a long time and the decent will give you Chills. Your special Hideous Hundred patch will be waiting for you at the top. Difficulty-Extreme, Suggested ride start at 6 a.m.
    2. Horrible Hundred- 8,600 feet of climbing – 102 miles. You had better still bring those big gears; Lion’s Trail and White Wolf grade are each 5 1/2 miles long and have grades of 6-8 percent that will make your quads Scream with Pain. Difficulty-Extreme, Start before 6 a.m.
    3. Nightmare Ninety- 4,500 feet of climbing – 92 miles. Actually after the White Wolf Grade some of this course will leave you with pleasant dreams as you ride up Caliente Creek to Twin Oaks and back. Start before 7 a.m.
    4. Morbid Metric- 2,900 feet of climbing – 62 miles. With a Monster climb of its own White Wolf grade will get your lungs Howling. Your destination is Caliente where you will meet the riders from the Hideous and Horrible Hundreds & Nightmare Ninety. Start before 8 a.m.
    5. Frightful Forty- 500 feet of climbing – 40 miles. Enjoy this Halloween ride along Kern River on our bike path, past the California Living Museum, Ethel’s Coral and up rattlesnake grade (two miles of 3-4 percent grade) which will get your legs asking for mercy! Start before 9 a.m.
    6. Trembling Twenty- Same route as Frightful Forty. Rattlesnake grade will get your legs Screeching and a long downhill will get your lungs gasping. Start before 9 a.m.

    For more information visit kernwheelmen.org.

    Jerseys are produced on demand by Voler. Active registration closes Thursday, Oct. 13 at 11:59 pm

    LATE REGISTRATION AND PACKET PICK-UP

    Friday, Oct. 20 from 4:30 to 8 p.m. at the Plumbers & Steamfitters Hall, 6718 Meany Ave, Bakersfield, CA 93308, or onsite Saturday, Oct. 21 at 5 a.m. to 8 a.m. at the Kern River Group Picnic area.

    Check in by 5 p.m. to let us know that you survived this ghastly ordeal. Plenty of rest stops and expert roving SAG is provided. The rides will take place rain or shine. Sorry, no refunds. Bad weather may cause route changes. Temperatures may vary from hot to cold so prepare accordingly. Ride is limited to 600 riders. Course closes at 5 p.m. Give yourself plenty of time!

    DIRECTIONS 

    From Hwy 99, go east on Hwy 58 to Comanche Drive. Turn left (North) on Comanche Drive. Comanche Drive turns into Alfred Harrell Highway. Continue to stop sign (Lake Ming road) turn right and follow the Spooktacular signs.

     

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