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How to Win 2 Free Century (103) Entries on 12/27!

Holiday Two Pack: San Diego Century May 19, 2012

To help celebrate the holidays, we will be giving away one TWO PACK in a fun website contest.  The contest winner will receive a TWO pack for 103 miles which is free entry for two people at the 103 mile distance.

Whether or not you want to participate, be sure to check out the San Diego Century Holiday TWO PACK where you can purchase 2 century registrations for the price of one until 12/27.

With days until Christmas we we thought a fitting contest question is “Including both your own routes, or an organized ride, what is your favorite Christmas bike ride?”  If you share a link to your ride route on Endomondo, Strava or MapMyRide we have some bonus holiday giveaways too!   Post a comment below with your answer to get in on the TWO PACK contest.

Win a San Diego Century TWO PACK registration, which is entry for you and a friend to the 103 mile route on May 19, 2012.

The best comments between Wednesday and 5:00 pm  Tuesday 12/27  are eligible.  The judging team from San Diego Century will select the winning comments on December 28/29.

More details on the giveaway:

San Diego Century "3 Witches" Climb

The 12/27 promotion will include one TWO PACK registration entry for the San Diego Century.  No purchase necessary.  Entries limited to one per person.  One prize per person.   Items will be awarded based on best comments on this post between Wednesday and Tuesday December 27, 2011 at 5 pm, with winners selected by San Diego Century judges.

There are 7 comments for this Post

  1. Robert Baker -

    Because it is the desert, here is my fav
    Christmas ride! Hey, and why not jump in the lake for a swim while we are at it?

    http://www.trimbleoutdoors.com/ViewTrip/1324047

  2. S Cherry -

    On Christmas I follow Santa….the Santa Ana River Trail that is. From Corona, CA to Huntington Beach, CA and back. A lovely 60+ mile ride and a chance to try out any new cycling presents.

  3. Paulo Vinicius -

    The Pacific Coast Highway is unbeatable. Warming up in Palisades, cruising northbound… further and further… maybe someday I reach Santa’s house!

  4. Craig Olsson -

    Last year at Christmas the roads were clear of snow (except for 6 or 7 small patches on Hwy 2). We rode up Tujunga Canyon to Angeles Forest to Upper Big Tujunga. From there we rode to Angeles Crest and made it to Newcomb’s Ranch for mid-morning breakfast. By noon, we were on our way down the long-closed (no traffic!) Hwy 39, which features more than 20 miles of downhill. Once we reached Azusa, it was somewhat of a long slog back to Starbucks in Sunland, but the 75 or so miles in the Angeles National Forest will live supreme in my memory. Happy Christmas, everyone!

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  6. Cam Balacuit -

    From my home in Covina to Claremont. We ride through Bonita Avenue and see all the Christmas lights (or yard sales in the off-“season”) and stop off for coffee and pastries at Some Crust Bakery in downtown Claremont. Then it’s a nice quick ride back along the same decorated route. A nice easy ride and always something that will get you out of bed early on a day off.

  7. Herbert Torres -

    Because there isn’t much riders in my neighborhood and not much of a bike friendly atmosphere inmy tiwn. I stick with the local bike routes and parks. My favorite is taking a rider from my city to long beach and back which is approximately 52 miles.

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