Devil Mountain Double

5th week, Saturday, April

http://www.quackcyclists.com/dmd.htm

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2 Reviews
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Cost

Average

Registration Convenience

Average

Accommodation Convenience

Convenient

Website Information

Easy to understand

Parking Convenience

Convenient

Ride options

Several rides

Route Sheets & markings

Good route sheets and well marked

Food at rest stops & finish

Good selection

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. 5 Reviews

    What a gorgeous ride! The sunrise over a foggy Mt Diablo climb was stunning! Met a lot of friendly riders and volunteers that day

    Cost

    Average

    Registration convenience

    Easy

    Accommodation Convenience

    Easy to understand

    Website Information

    Convenient

    Parking Convenience

    Convenient

    Ride options

    Many Rides

    Route Sheets & markings

    Good route sheets and well marked

    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, very little trafficy

    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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  2. 175 Reviews

    The Devil Mountain Double Century is a very difficult and scenic double century through the hills and mountains bordering Silicon Valley.

    The ride starts early in the darkness in San Ramon. After some rolling hills, the first major climb approaches. Mount Diablo, after which the ride is named, is a beautiful state park with great views of the surrounding areas. The very top of the climb is known as “the wall”.
    The course starts and ends at the San Ramon Marriott Hotel.

    Cost

    Average

    Registration convenience

    Complex

    Accommodation Convenience

    Average

    Website Information

    Average

    Parking Convenience

    Average

    Ride options

    Few Rides

    Route Sheets & markings

    Route sheets and markings needed

    Food at rest stops & finish

    Good selection

    SAG Support

    Ham Radio, good support

    Road Quality & Scenery

    Good roads and nice scenery

    Course Safety

    Very dangerous, 60+mph traffic

    Staff Friendliness

    Helpful and friendly

    Overall Enjoyment

    Fun Ride

    Perks

    Minimal Schwags, poor start/finish

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