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CA Climate Ride 2015

The Climate Center is thrilled to announce that
registration is open for the Climate Ride California that will be
May 17 to 21, 2015.

Join The Climate Center Team for the California
ride. Experience epic biking, amazing scenery, and dynamic
speakers that all combine to make this charitable event
exciting, informative, and fun.

Last year’s California Climate Rider David Staples from
Enphase Energy supported The Climate Center.


Click here to learn more about and register for the 2015
California Climate Ride:

This challenging cycling adventure begins in California’s
historic Redwood Empire near Eureka, travels along the scenic
coast, and ventures into the famed Russian River Valley
before crossing the Golden Gate Bridge into San Francisco.
Climate Ride California is more than a bike trip – it’s an
inspiring journey with passionate people advancing sustainable

There are five days of riding and each one is a new adventure.
You’ll pedal under towering redwoods along Humboldt’s
Avenue of the Giants, climb the infamous Leggett Hill on
your way to spend two full days on California’s rugged North
Coast, then take a spin through verdant wine-country vineyards
on your way to the City by the Bay – San Francisco. Each
evening, our speaker series will provide information, opinion,
and discussion on topics such as renewable energy, climate
science, and bicycle infrastructure.

Climate Ride volunteer staff take care of all the details, so
you can focus on riding the 40 to 60 miles per day of carefully
planned routes on scenic back roads. It’s challenging yet
doable, and you have all day to make it to the next rest stop.

Meals, snacks, bike support, luggage transport, and all of
the logistics are included when you reach your fundraising
minimum. On the road, the Climate Ride support team is
always nearby to assist you, keep you happy and healthy, and
make your ride worry-free and memorable.

To learn more, contact Kristin Berger,
kristin@theclimatecenter.org, 707-525-1665 x123.

Elliot Daum, The Climate Center 2014 CA Climate
Rider, before and after photos.