Peter 175 Reviews The Napa Valley Ride to Defeat ALS and Walk is a one-day cycling event designed to appeal to every level of cyclist and supporter of The ALS Association. We offer a 100-mile route (century), TWO 62-mile routes (metric century) — one “lite” route and a challenge route, a 28-mile route, and a 12-mile route. We also have a short walk around the Yountville Veterans Home for any non-cyclists! Every participant can count on support from start to finish with rest stops, SAG (support and gear) vehicles, route monitors, and CHP presence. Upon completing the tour, riders are welcomed back by cheering crowds and finish line festivities that include a live band, a delicious BBQ lunch, and more! Cost Average Registration convenience Easy Accommodation Convenience Easy to understand Website Information Convenient Parking Convenience Convenient 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 Good roads and nice scenery Course Safety Some danger, 45+mph low traffic Staff Friendliness Well staffed, friendly, courteous Overall Enjoyment Fun Ride Perks Minimal Schwags, poor start/finish 4 years ago Log in to Reply Reply to this review.