The Santa Rosa Cycling Club
Presents
The 2022 Wine Country Century
May 7, 2022

The Wine Country Century cycling event is finally back after 2 years of COVID restrictions. We've planned another wonderful day of cycling in the beautiful vineyards and back roads of Sonoma County. Whether you want a relaxing 34 mile jaunt or a challenging 100 miler..we've got you covered. No matter which of the three routes you choose we'll take care of you along the way with SAG support and fully stocked rest stops. Best of all you get to feast on some great food and beverage choices after rolling to the big white tent at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (LBC) after your ride. We even have bike parking available for your two wheeled steed.

Ride Info

The Wine Country Century is back again for the 48th year. Starting at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (LBC) in Santa Rosa, on Saturday May 7th, 2022.

Finish Line

Once you finish your route join us for a finish line gathering with food and beverages provided.

Choose the right route for you

All routes explore the wine country and pass through vineyards and beautiful landscapes

Scenic Route (34 Mile/55km)
This beautiful route takes you through the vineyards of Windsor and then onto the Healdsburg "Wine Road" north. It then returns over the Russian River via the Healdsburg bridge and back to the LBC for a fabulous post-ride meal. There are TWO fully stocked rest stops along the route

Metric Century (63 Miles/100 km)
Expanding on the Scenic Route, our Metric Century will fill your senses with the sights and sounds of the Sonoma County wine roads, all the way up to the Warm Springs Dam rest stop where you can enjoy a quick bite, refill your water bottles and then head back through Geyserville, JimTown, and Chalk Hill Road to the LBC after party. There are THREE fully stocked rest stops along the route.

Century (100 Miles/161km)
As a true "Century" ride of exactly 100 miles you get to see it all on this challenging ride with nearly 5000 feet of climbing. Upon leaving the LBC you'll head west for a climb over Graton Road and then down the beautiful Bohemian Highway. You'll pass through the Russian River towns of Monte Rio and Guerneville. Then it's back toward the southeast and turning north joining up with the Metric Century riders towards the Warm Springs Dam Rest Stop and back south to the LBC. There are FOUR full stocked rest stops along the route.