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2022 Pacific Coast

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2022 Pacific Coast Ride

August 5th - September 6th | 1,852 miles

Seattle, Washington to San Diego, California

 

1,852 miles | 32 days | 3 states | 4 service days | 106,070 feet of elevation change


 

About the 2022 Pacific Coast Route

Starting in downtown Seattle, cyclists board a ferry across the Puget Sound to the Olympic Peninsula and begin the ride south. The Oregon and Northern California coast are remote and rugged, with a combination of livestock and old growth forest perched on the sea cliffs. The small towns and cities through this portion typically offer some great local food and drink and always an interesting conversation with locals. A distinct change in the route occurs at San Francisco, where cyclists cross the Golden Gate bridge into the city for a healthy dose of culture shock. Riding south from San Francisco, cyclists experience some of the most incredible scenery of the trip through Santa Cruz, Monterey, and Big Sur. Cheap, delicious Mexican food becomes a consistent theme, as do Eucalyptus trees and hidden swimming holes. The ride through Los Angeles is primarily on bike paths and surprisingly relaxing  and from there it's two easy days in the saddle before arriving in San Diego. 

 

2022 Pacific Coast Overnights

Date Day's Destination Mileage
August 5 Seattle, WA 0
6 Shelton 40
7 Centralia 59
8 Castle Rock 40
9 Astoria, OR 69
10 Astoria 0
11 Tillamook 67
12 Lincoln City 53
13 Florence 77
14 Coos Bay 48
15 Humbug Mtn State Park 64
16 Cresecent City, CA 77
17 Redwood National Park 30
18 Arcata 45
19 Arcata 0
20 Cooskie Mtn 65
21 Redway 64
22 Fort Bragg 73
23 Gualala 58
24 Olema 83
25 San Francisco 39
26 San Francisco 0
27 Half Moon Bay 36
28 Santa Cruz 53
29 Monterey 47
30 Plaskett 64
31 Oceano 95
September 1 Goleta 94
2 Goleta 0
3 Santa Monica 98
4 Huntington Beach 60
5 Carlsbad 57
6 Ocean Beach 40


Meet the 2022 Pacific Coast Team!

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