This year’s annual Central Coast Classique features a familiar climb, the Huasna Hill in Arroyo Grande. This segment has been attempted by almost 1500 cyclists and something of a climbing tradition for the annual event;
As we move into the fall season, we bring you another issue brimming with information to help you make the most of your time riding bicycles, wherever you may be. The summer heat has ticked down a bit, kids are back in school, who’s ready for a weekend getaway? A visit to a new place to explore? Look no further than these pages for your inspiration.
We sat down with the co-owners of Peloton Cellars, Bill and Trish Kesselring, to talk about their role in the Central Coast Classique bike ride, and how their cycling and viticulture worlds have collided. Central Coast Classique cyclists can look forward to these wines and more on their tour of the Central Coast, where the lifestyle and fellowship of cycling and viticulture aren’t nearly the odd couple they seem.
Our goal is, and always has been, to provide you with the information to make the most of your time in the saddle, to inspire your own experience and help you find that elusive ‘great ride’. With that in mind, this issue is no different.