SANTA YNEZ, CA // NOVEMBER 9, 2019
- Event Date: November 9, 2019
- Start/Finish: Santa Ynez, California
- Rides: 96mi, 64mi, 44mi, or 31mi
- Start Time: All Rides Start 8:00 AM
- Timed KOM/QOM segment up Figueroa Mountain
- Timed King/Queen of the Cobbles segment
- Technical Support from Shimano
- Fully Stocked Aid Stations
- Benefits Los PadresForestWatch non-profit
- Bike Rentals: Use coupon code FIGFONDO for 10% off bike rentals from Dr. J’s Bike Shop
- View Rules and Regulations
- View Cancellation Policy
- View 2018 Results
FOOD & AFTER PARTY
- Post-Ride Party: Figueroa Mountain Brewery are sponsoring a post ride party for the whole family.
- Live Music
- Awards: KOM/QOM Awards,
- Food & Drink: Lunch will be provided after the ride and beer from Figueroa Mountain Brewing Company.
Fig Fondo Ride Guide
DOWNLOAD 2018 RIDE GUIDE
CTS Coach Led Pace Groups
Whether you are trying to set a course record or just enjoy the many views of the Fig Fondo we have a CTS Coach lead pace group for you. Ride Figueroa Mountain at your own pace and jump into a pace group for the rest of the ride. All pace groups start from Aid Station #3 at Fig Mtn Brew Los Olivos (mile 36.7) following the descent of Figueroa Mountain.
The CTS Coaches will control the pace of the group to ensure finishing as close as possible to the projected finish time. Find yourself in a group moving way too fast for you? Sit up, take a breather and wait for the next group to catch you. Feeling way too strong for your group? Attack! Go for it! Try to reach the next group on the road.
All pace groups are based on total finishing time and each group departs the Fig Mtn Brew aid station based on that time.
5:30 Hr Finish Time - Departs: 10:20 am
6:00 Hr Finish Time - Departs: 10:35 am
6:30 Hr Finish Time - Departs: 10:50 am
7:00 Hr Finish Time - Departs: 11:05 am
7:30 Hr Finish Time - Departs: 11:20 am
8:00 Hr Finish Time - Departs: 11:35 am
In 2010, Abbott became the first U.S. cyclist ever to win the Giro Donne, one of the Grand Tours of women’s bicycle racing. Abbott retired after the 2016 Olympic Games road race after finishing a heartbreaking 4th place.
Professional cyclist for the Cylance Pro Cycling Team. Tetrick set a new course record during the 2017 Dirty Kanza 200.
Busche completed three grand tours as a UCI professional cyclist and won the US Pro National Championship twice.