What else is included with Registration?
All courses are fully supported with start/finish support, aid station support and on the course support.
Free Admission for Family/Friends to the finish line Expo with tasty cuisine from our food vendors.
Admission is free for riders, friends and family. In addition each rider receives Expo food tickets for the cuisine available in the finish line Expo.
All entries are non-refundable and non-transferable and rides are held rain or shine.
Upon contacting Spectrum Sports Management, entries may be rolled over to the following year’s event with proof of acceptance by Spectrum Sports Management via email or written documentation. You may also transfer your entry to our next available ride of equal value and distance.
Registration Limits & Conditions & Tandems
Registrations are limited with course limits subject to event organizers. Entry fees are non-refundable and entries are non-transferable.
What is Taste the Hills?
If just climbing the hills of the San Diego Century Bicycle Tour is not enough, then you can also enjoy the Taste the Hills cuisine: this is the local tasty cuisine that is available at select aid stations and at the finish line. The Taste the Hills experience will include a festival at MiraCosta College with local cuisine, music and an expo. Taste the Hills on your bike before the Taste the Hills Festival: Start your climbing with the 33 mile route around Lake Hodges, then add The Three Witches Climb on the 67 mile route up to Poway and finish all three with the challenging Purple Monster Climb on the 105 mile route up to Ramona. All rides start and finish at MiraCosta College in Encinitas.