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2010 Cruisin' the Conejo - Southern California - May 8, 2010

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2010 Cruisin' the Conejo - Southern California - May 8, 2010

For full information see: https://www.cruisintheconejo.org/

Wow! It’s 2010, and we all know what that means…

You got it, another edition of Cruisin’ the Conejo!

Cruisin’ is back for the 26th time with all its fabulous routes from the children’s 12 to the full century. Set in the gorgeous southern California countryside of the Conejo Valley and its surrounds. This area is now the spring training ground of choice for world class pro cyclist teams. We could not put on this great event without the crucial work of BSA Troop 753, Cub Scout Pack 3753, and our volunteers. Thank you to all.

Come and ride the same roads that the international pro cyclists will be racing two weeks later for their final stage of the Amgen Tour of California!

  • 12 mile: guided children’s ride. Suitable for ages 10-15. Each participant must be accompanied by an adult.
  • 21 mile: both guided and unguided. A great route with beautiful scenery. One of our CVC ride leaders will be leading a guided group along this route for those who are unsure to venture out on their own.
  • 35 mile: an extended version of the 21 mile route with some extra climbing for riders willing to push themselves a bit more (1500’ of climbing).
  • 62 mile: The challenging version of our metric centuries this route takes you into the Santa Monica hills via the famous Rockstore Climb. The 2010 edition of the Amgen tour of California will be running up this climb on their final stage so don’t pass up on this opportunity to ride on part of a world class course (4500’ of climbing).
  • 68 mile: this is the more relaxed of our metric centuries. This route tours you around the beautiful Conejo Valley followed by visits to Camarillo and Moorpark (3000’ of climbing).
  • 100 mile: Our fabulous full century route. You’ll ride over mountains and through valleys (6000’+ of climbing).


As a memento of your participation we are offering limited editions of the official ride T-shirt and Jersey.

Jerseys are $55 in advance (cutoff is 4/8/10) and can be picked up at the event. After the cutoff the cost is $65 and will be mailed to your home approximately 4 weeks after the event.


With your registration you will receive:
  • FREE freshly prepared lunch with several options.
  • FREE souvenir Cruisin’ the Conejo 2010 patch.
  • FREE Bike Expo with great deals, rewarding drawings, and fun music.
  • Full SAG support: route maps, manned rest stops and radio dispatch.
  • Course photographers to provide you a memento of your fun ride with us.


Visit here often to keep up with details and events that are currently in the works.


Remember that Cruisin’ is a charitable event so all proceeds from your registration fees will end up helping various charities including a gracious matching donation by Giant Bicycles USA to provide bicycles to needy children.

Entry fees are tax deductible - CVC is a 501(c)3 Non-Profit Charitable Organization

** Ride will sell out at 1,500 registrants - Sign up now **

You can register with our secure on line registration partner at:

The deadline for online is 5/4/10

If you must mail in a registration, the form is at


Download the form print it out and mail it in to the indicated address. Be aware that there is a $5 surcharge for handling mailed in registrations. Confirmation, directions and map will be sent to those who include a SASE with their mailed registration. Your registration MUST be postmarked no later than 5/2/10

If you miss the advanced registration deadlines we offer in-person registration Friday night 5/7/10 and day-of registration as well but there is a $10 late fee

We are trying hard to remain the most cost effective ride around so this year’s prices are as follows:

Advance / Mail-in / Late

Single rider $45 / $50 / $55

Tandem $70 / $75 / $80

Child $10 / $15 / $20


Stay tuned for information on the nearest hotels and special pricing.

Ride Start Directions

The start location of this year’s Cruisin' the Conejo is at the Skyworks parking lot located at 2504 W. Hillcrest Drive in Thousand Oaks (also known as Newbury Park to the locals).

Click HERE to view detailed directions as well as a map.


Stay tuned for a list of bicycle shops and other stores near the event in case you forget to bring something.


You can contact us via any of the following methods:

E-mail: cruisin@cvcbike.org

Phone: (805) 273-9545

USPS: Cruisin’ the Conejo
P.O.Box 4411
Thousand Oaks, CA 91359

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We are expecting a record number of riders this year in the magnitude of 1200+

Friday nights optional pre registration is being held at Newbury Park Bike Shop. Details below:

What: Cruisin Pre Registration Event / Vendor Expo
Where: Newbury Park Bicycle Shop, 1560-6 Newbury Road, Newbury Park, CA 91320
When: Friday May 7, 2010 - 4:00 - 7:00pm

CVC members and friends, on Friday May 7th, we will be having our pre registration event for our 26th annual Cruisin' the Conejo ride.

Come pre-register and stay to check out the Vendor Expo at Newbury Park Bicycle Shop from 4:00 - 7:00 pm.
Vendors present will be Cannondale, Felt, BH and Giant bicycles with the large demo trucks full of goodies.
Demo's / rentals are free and can be taken out for Friday and Saturday May 7th and 8th. There will be approximately 180 bikes to choose from.
This is a great way for people who are looking at new bikes to try one before they buy one.

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