Beach City Double / Century / Metric
The 2nd Annual Beach City Double / Century / Metric on September 21, 2019 will benefit a worthy cause addressed by FINDcures a 501 (c) 3 nonprofit charity that supports research, and provides transitional support services for people that are affected by for Alzheimer’s Disease, Autism, Concussion, Epilepsy, Major Depression, MS/ALS, Parkinson’s Disease, and Stroke.
FINDcures pulls the permits required for the Beach City event, please show them your gratitude by making a donation Donate Now to help support their cause. NdZONE’s donates over 10% of all proceeds from the Beach City event to their cause.
The Beach City ride’s start/finish is at the Hotel Irvine in the great City of Irvine. All routes are new for this year, while certain sections remain from the origin routes the overall courses are completely different and have been tested by your peers for your enjoyment. The route goes through canyons, by the 1984 Olympic course, to the beautiful vista points along the Orange County beaches, and to the Queen Mary in Long Beach. So come out to enjoy a fun day on your bike riding and supporting FINDcures.
The routes include a variety of the below cities and highlights, except for the Double and it includes all of them:
Corona Del Mar
Legendary course highlights:
Surf City, U.S.A.
1984 Olympic Cycling Road Race Course
Florence Joyner Olympiad Park
The following items are included in your registration:
- Commemorative T-Shirt
- Scenic routes to chose from 200, 100 or 60 miles.
- SAG stops 25-30 miles with a wide variety of food, water, Hammer Products and manned with friendly volunteers to help you.
- Full roving SAG support on all routes.
- California Triple Crown’s Special rates for Daily/Overnight Parking and Rooms at our host hotel and free reserved parking at the Square.
- On-line enrollment, Insurance, Chartiable donation, …
Look forward to seeing you there!!
The Beach City event starts and finishes in Irvine, California. Irvine offers a system of bicycle lanes and trails to encourage the use of bikes as a means of transportation. It has 44.5 miles of off-road bicycle trails and 282 miles of on-road bicycle lanes. The City of Irvine is one of the most bicycle friendly and safest communities in America.
Our Host Hotel for 2019 Beach City Double / Century / Half Century is Hotel Irvine! The hotel is located off Jamboree Road on the 405 FWY between the 55 and 5 Freeways.
17900 Jamboree Rd
Irvine, CA 92614
There is ample daily self-parking is behind the Hotel Irvine at a special rate of $5.00 per day.
Our Host Hotel for 2019 Beach City Double / Century / Metric is Hotel Irvine! The hotel is located off Jamboree Road on the 405 FWY between the 55 and 5 Freeways.
17900 Jamboree Rd
Irvine, CA 92614
California Triple Crown’s special rate of $109.00+Tax per night
Reservations must be made before August 30, 2019, to get the CTC’s special rate.
Click here to make your On-line Reservations or call (877) 614-2137 and you identify yourself as part of California Triple Crown group and provide requested information for reserving a room.
California Triple Crown’s Special Overnight Parking is $10.00 per night.
Other Discretionary Fees may apply if they are utilized by you:
• Porterage Charge – $12.00 per person, round trip
• Room Delivery Charge – $5.00 for deliveries made inside the room for one item; $3.00 for distribution at check-in
• Room Attendant Gratuities – $3.00 per day, per room
Friday, Sept. 20, 2019:
6:30 pm – 8:30pm Rider Check-In/Registration for the Beach City event.
Saturday, Sept. 21, 2019:
5:00 am – 5:30 am: Rider Check-In/Registration for Double Century Start
6:30 am – 7:00 am Rider Check-in/Registration for Century Start
8:00 am – 8:30 am Rider Check-in/Registration for Metric Century Start
11:00 pm – All Courses Closed
Riders that break rules will be disqualified and prohibited from entering future events and lose their California Triple Crown credit.
- Riders must follow the basic rules for safe cycling.
- Riders must follow the California Motor Vehicle Code. Riders who do not follow these are considered to have added an unnecessary risk to themselves, other riders, drivers, and they will be immediately disqualified.
- Riders must comply with the requests from the local law enforcement and CHP.
- Riders must wear the official event identification provided at check-in.
- Riders must carry personal identification with emergency contact phone number during the event.
- While cycling riders must wear a correctly fitting and fastened helmet.
- Riders must check in at the start/finish lines and every Rest Stop, no exceptions. A rider who does not make a time cut-off poses a risk to themselves or others, and should volunteerly request SAG for their own safety and the safety of others. If a course marshal see you are suffering from sleep deprivation they will request that you accept SAG, if you refuse SAG from a course marshal will be DNF or disqualified from the event. Your emergency contact will be called and informed of them of your status. No further assistance will be given and the rider will be fully responsible from that point forward.
- Riders may not have a personal vehicle on the course for any reason (SAG, cheering, photos, etc.). Riders with any association to a personal vehicle anywhere on the course are considered to have added an unnecessary risk to themselves, other riders, drivers, and they will be immediately disqualified. Family and friends are encouraged to volunteer, which allows them to be in permitted locations on the course for their own safety and the safety of the riders.
- Riders at check-in are required to show your driver’s license or State ID, sign the Accident Waiver before they are allowed to participate in the event. The waiver will not be modified in any manner.
- Riders must pay the event entry fee, or use a Volunteer’s Ride Credit.
- Volunteer Ride Credit will be given proportional to the amount of time volunteered on the full-day of the event. If volunteered a full-day the participants will receive a credit for the full price of the event and a half-day receives credit for half of the price of the event, and so on, plus an event T-shirt is given to a rider, or a friend or family member volunteering on their behalf of a rider. Any ride credit or a portion of it may be used at any time.
- Entry fees and/or ride credits are non-transferable, non-refundable, un-exchangeable and/or un-rollable.
- The above entry fee policy applies if the event has to be canceled due to a community or natural disaster, an act of God, and/or Terrorism. The affected riders will be permitted to sign up at the best price entry fee for the next year’s event up to the end of the registration period.
- We will email you a confirmation when you complete the online registration process, and we will add your name to the event roster once we have received your payment or your Ride Credit request.
- When registration is closed, it is closed. Only riders who have registered and therefore have their name is on the event roster may ride.
- Please do not ask, there will be no exceptions to the deadlines, policies, or rules for granting them would be unfair to the riders who have complied with them.
This was the design for 2018. There will be a new design coming out for 2019.
Women’s Sizes: XS-4XL Men’s Sizes: XS-4XL
We are honored to have had the graphic design for the Beach City T-shirt done by Dori Lewis.
The Beach City Double route goes through Santigo Canyon, Live Oak Canyon, Florence Joyner Olympiad Park, Laguna Canyon, Laguna Beach, Inspiration Point, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach (Surf City, USA), Seal Beach, Long Beach, and turns around at the Queen Mary, then back to Newport Bay and through the Back Bay to Irvine for lunch. After lunch then the route goes through Mission Viejo to Wagon Wheel Canyon, San Juna Capistrano, Capo Beach, down to a beautiful ocean view park in San Clemente, and then back to Irvine via Dana Point, Laguna Niguel, Aliso Viejo, and Lake Forest.
The Beach City Double Century will be a fully supported ride with aid stations every 25-30 miles, roving SAGs, and it will have a 19-hour time limit. The route is an estimated 186 miles with 7,200 feet of climbing.
The course is well tested and proven since it is mainly based on the “Long Beach Century”, the “Olympic Road Race Century”, and the “Oceanside Century” which Chuck Bramwell has been leading in Orange County for many years with the Orange County Wheelmen as training rides for the Double Centuries.
Special NdZONE Recognition; Jim Cook wrote: “A special thank you to Chuck Bramwell and Hugh Murphy for all their contributions over the past couple months. Their energy, ideas, and suggestions have been significant forming the new Beach City Double Century. I have been so fortunate to have their help.”
The Beach City Double Century has been added to the 2019 California Triple Crown Ride Calendar at http://caltriplecrown.org/CTC_Calendar_aspx and completing it counts as credit toward winning your California Triple Crown.
Double Century Route (This could change for various reasons before the event. The route slips received at the Rider Check-in are always the official route.)
The Century route goes across Irvine and joins the Double Century route at the Florence Joyner Olympaid Park and onto the beautiful vista points in Laguna Beach, Inspiration Point, Newport Beach, Huntington Beach (Surf City, USA), Seal Beach, Long Beach, Queen Mary and back to Newport Beach, then goes through the bay back to Irvine.
Century Route (This could change for various reasons before the event. The route slips received at the Rider Check-in are always the official route.)
The Metric Century route goes the Newport Beach Bay and joins the Double and Century routes through the beautiful vista points in Huntington Beach (Surf City, USA), Seal Beach, Long Beach, back to Newport Beach, then goes through the bay and back to Irvine.
Metric Century Route (This could change for various reasons before the event. The route slips received at the Rider Check-in are always the official route.)