New Year’s Day Bike Ride –
Uniting Cyclists in Celebration
Gear up for a unique New Year’s Day celebration in 2024 – join the SoCal New Year’s Day bike rides, a staple among local cyclists. Explore two iconic rides: the Long Beach New Year’s Day Ride and the Annual Mt. Wilson New Year’s Day Ride.
Long Beach New Year’s Day Ride: Coastal Adventure
Ride Tradition: Kickstart the year with the time-tested Long Beach New Year’s Day Ride, a go-to for cyclists seeking a memorable kickoff.
Scenic PCH Cruise: Start in Long Beach and cruise south on the Pacific Coast Highway (PCH), gathering riders along the way. The ride’s vibe escalates near Huntington Beach, heading south to Dana Point. Choose between a PCH loop or an inland route back to the start.
No-Nonsense Thrills: For a flat ride with coastal views and a huge peloton, the Long Beach New Year’s Day Ride delivers a fun and exhilarating ride!
Mt. Wilson New Year’s Day Ride: Summit Challenge
53 Years Strong: Join the 53rd Annual Mt. Wilson New Year’s Day Bike Ride, a longstanding tradition. Over 100 cyclists aim for the 5700′ summit, almost 40 miles away.
Heightened Adventure: Expect a challenging ascent and breathtaking mountain views. The Mt. Wilson New Year’s Day Ride is your fix for a thrilling start to the year.
Conclusion: Welcome 2024 with the SoCal cycling community. Whether you prefer the coastal charm of Long Beach or the mountainous challenge of Mt. Wilson, both rides offer genuine experiences and a chance to connect with fellow cyclists. Embrace the tradition, conquer the roads, and make this New Year’s Day uniquely unforgettable.
Photo by Jim Parkhurst
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