Spring Training Rides Start Up Again with Daylight Savings Time


Buds Ride and Rose Bowl Ride

Daylight Savings is officially here! The clocks have been moved forward and we lost an hour of sleep, but the good news is we get an extra hour of daylight to ride in the evening!

The time change allows for some of SoCal’s popular seasonal training rides to come out of hibernation as we welcome the longer daylight and more time to ride in the Spring and Summer months ahead. Some popular Seasonal Rides that start back up in the Spring include the Rose Bowl Ride and the Bud’s Ride.  

Below is more information on these two long-standing SoCal bicycle group rides.  Be sure to check out SoCalCycling.com’s list of some of SoCal’s favorite Training Rides for some great bicycle training rides to do.  

Rose Bowl Ride

The Rose Bowl Ride bicycle training ride has been in existence for 60 years, allowing Southern California’s racers to get fit and fast. 

Day
Every Tues/Thurs

Start Time
5:55pm

Location
Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA  (Ride start is at the south side of the Rose Bowl)

Distance
30 miles

Duration
1 hour / 10 laps

Rose Bowl Ride Details >

Buds Ride:

If you are new to the sport of cycling and are looking for a ride to test your fitness, look no further.  The Bud’s Ride bicycle training ride, 

Day Every Wednesday (March – November during Daylight Savings)

Start Time  5:30 pm

Main Start  Starbucks in Claremont, CA on 2nd St. and Yale Ave. Parking at Jax Bicycle Shop on 1st Street.

Alternate Start  Corner of Puddingstone Dr. and “E” Street in San Dimas, CA (5:40 pm)

Distance  25-30 miles

Duration 1.5 hours

Bud’s Ride Details > 

Ride  With Us – A Look Back at Riding the Bud’s Ride >

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Disclaimer: This information is provided on this site strictly for informational purposes only. SoCalCycling.com is not affiliated with any training rides or events and is not responsible for any illness, injuries or death to any rider or their bicycle for any reason. Ride at your own risk. Cycling carries a significant risk of personal injury or death. DO NOT participate in these rides unless you are knowledgeable about the risks involved, and are willing to assume personal responsibility for all risks associated with these activities. Please observe all applicable traffic laws, wear a helmet and conduct yourself in a safe and prudent manner while participating.