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Haute Route are offering Breathless Agony registered riders the chance to win one of three free entries to the Tour de Big Bear August 4, 2018
 
 
Three names will be drawn from the list of registered riders following the day of the 2018 Breathless Agony ride.
 
Winners will be notified via email by OCW
 
In order to receive the Tour de Big Bear entry information winners email will be provided to Haute Route.
 
If a winners do not wish to received the free entry further name(s) will be drawn.
 
This offer is generously provided by Haute Route and their terms and conditions apply.
 

 

22nd Annual Breathless Agony Registration is CLOSED

THE 2018 BREATHLESS AGONy will be held on APRIL 28, 2018

Day of Registration will be open at 0500hr.  Cost is $120 CASH ONLY!



SMART CYCLING REGISTRATION

Registration is open and will close 1 May 18 at 1200hr.

  Please check OCW's Training: Smart Cycling page for info.

2018 Registration Cost including  materials:
OCW Member  $15.00 (Membership is only $35!)
Non-Member  $50.00


CLICK HERE TO REGISTER


California Association of Bicycling Organizations Need Your Help

At our last OCW General Meeting, Pete van Nuys, local area director of the California Association of Bicycling Organizations(CABO) gave a quick report on many of the issues facing cyclists in our state. CABO is one of the few voices in Sacramento supporting bicyclists rights. That night, over $110 in donations were given by OCW members to help keep cycling safe. OCW supports the activities of CABO and asks that you consider making a pledge by going to the CABO website:

http://www.cabobike.org/

California's bicycle clubs organized into a state federation in 1972 to protect bicyclists' interests statewide and to encourage, maintain, and improve bicycling conditions.

CABO (the "A" is pronounced long) fosters and promotes a favorable climate for bicycling in California by representing the interests of cyclists before the appropriate governmental bodies to protect their rights and promoting laws, policies, and actions that treat cyclists equitably.

In addition to the usual officers, CABO has Area Directors which mirror the boundaries of the twelve Caltrans districts. All are unpaid volunteers.