Ride4Art

2nd week, Sunday, March Photo Gallery

http://www.ride4art.com/

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6 Reviews
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Cost

Low

Registration Convenience

Easy

Accommodation Convenience

Convenient

Website Information

Average

Parking Convenience

Average

Ride options

Several rides

Route Sheets & markings

Good route sheets and well marked

Food at rest stops & finish

Excellent food and drinks

SAG Support

Ham Radio, quick response

Road Quality & Scenery

Excellent roads and scenery

Course Safety

Safe, wide bike lanes, country roads

Staff Friendliness

Well staffed, friendly, courteous

Overall Enjoyment

Memorable experience

Perks

Schwags, average start/finish, T-shirt

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  1. 1 Reviews

    Beautiful and well marked route with above average road quality and fair amount of elevation gain for the distance. Very friendly and courteous volunteers. Great food at the finish. The weather was perfect this year. Will definitely participate again next year.

    Cost

    Low

    Registration convenience

    Very Easy

    Accommodation Convenience

    Easy to understand

    Website Information

    Convenient

    Parking Convenience

    Average

    Ride options

    Many Rides

    Route Sheets & markings

    Easy to follow without route sheets

    Food at rest stops & finish

    Good selection

    SAG Support

    Ham Radio, very helpful and friendly

    Road Quality & Scenery

    Spectacular roads and scenery

    Course Safety

    Some street, bike paths, low traffic

    Staff Friendliness

    VIP treatment – Wow!

    Overall Enjoyment

    Memorable Experience

    Perks

    Schwags, average start/finish, T-shirt

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  2. 1 Reviews

    I rode the 25 mile route out through Campo Seco and loved passing this historic Gold Rush Camp. The rolling hills were a challenge but, just when I was winded the Comanche Rest Stop refueled me to finish bike ride. Lunch was fabulous…I don’t know how they make chicken so moist and the chili beans were delicious. I loved the bike art show and Irish Music. I enjoyed having lunch with the hikers who walked for Art. Great Event.

    Cost

    Very Low

    Registration convenience

    Very Easy

    Accommodation Convenience

    Average

    Website Information

    Very Convenient

    Parking Convenience

    Convenient

    Ride options

    Rides for every ability

    Route Sheets & markings

    Easy to follow without route sheets

    Food at rest stops & finish

    Gourmet food and drinks

    SAG Support

    Ham Radio, quick response

    Road Quality & Scenery

    Spectacular roads and scenery

    Course Safety

    Some street, bike paths, very little trafficy

    Staff Friendliness

    Well staffed, friendly, courteous

    Overall Enjoyment

    Exceptional, this is a must ride

    Perks

    Schwagbag, festivity all around, free photos, T-shirt

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  3. 1 Reviews

    Nice early season ride in beautiful Calaveras and Amador Counties. Great post ride meal and art raffles. Looking forward to the new timed sections!

    Cost

    Low

    Registration convenience

    Easy

    Accommodation Convenience

    Average

    Website Information

    Convenient

    Parking Convenience

    Average

    Ride options

    Few Rides

    Route Sheets & markings

    Route sheets and markings needed

    Food at rest stops & finish

    Excellent food and drinks

    SAG Support

    Ham Radio, very helpful and friendly

    Road Quality & Scenery

    Excellent roads and scenery

    Course Safety

    Safe, wide bike lanes, country roads

    Staff Friendliness

    VIP treatment – Wow!

    Overall Enjoyment

    Memorable Experience

    Perks

    Minimal Schwags, poor start/finish

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  4. 1 Reviews

    Great early season ride with improved course options. No long ride, but appropriate for March. Very friendly crew and easy going crowd, good food and site. Strong community vibe. Good cause and reasonable price.

    Cost

    Very Low

    Registration convenience

    Very Easy

    Accommodation Convenience

    Very Easy to understand

    Website Information

    Very Convenient

    Parking Convenience

    Very Convenient

    Ride options

    Many Rides

    Route Sheets & markings

    Good route sheets and well marked

    Food at rest stops & finish

    Excellent food and drinks

    SAG Support

    Ham Radio, very helpful and friendly

    Road Quality & Scenery

    Spectacular roads and scenery

    Course Safety

    Some street, bike paths, low traffic

    Staff Friendliness

    VIP treatment – Wow!

    Overall Enjoyment

    Exceptional, this is a must ride

    Perks

    Schwags, average start/finish, T-shirt

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  5. 1 Reviews

    The route uses some of my favorite roads through the central Sierra foothills. Very scenic and green in March. Mostly very quiet too.
    Ride4Art has the best post ride meal. Fantastic ‘chicken in a barrel’.
    The finish area has a great view of Lake Hogan.
    I highly recommend Ride4Art. The entry fee is incredibly cheap for such a great ride. I have done both of the previous events and enjoyed them very much.

    Cost

    Very Low

    Registration convenience

    Very Easy

    Accommodation Convenience

    Very Easy to understand

    Website Information

    Very Convenient

    Parking Convenience

    Convenient

    Ride options

    Rides for every ability

    Route Sheets & markings

    Easy to follow without route sheets

    Food at rest stops & finish

    Gourmet food and drinks

    SAG Support

    Ham Radio, quick response

    Road Quality & Scenery

    Excellent roads and scenery

    Course Safety

    Some street, bike paths, low traffic

    Staff Friendliness

    VIP treatment – Wow!

    Overall Enjoyment

    Exceptional, this is a must ride

    Perks

    Schwags, festive start/finish/Rest Stops, T-shirt

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  6. 175 Reviews

    Ride-4-Art staged in the Central Motherlode benefits the Calaveras Arts Council
    by bringing together riders, walkers and art lovers to nourish the arts.

    Ride a scenic and supported foothill country road in Calaveras County, or enjoy
    a leisurely stroll through Turner Park, or come listen to music while enjoying a
    Calaveras inspired lunch in the County History Museum Garden and perusing
    art inspired by bicycles in the Calaveras Art Gallery.

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