Mount Baldy Century Rated B
Start at Imperial Highway and La Palma in Anaheim and followed the Carbon Canyon Century route up Carbon Canyon to China
Hills. A great route that takes you over to Puddingstone to San Dimas to the base of Glendora Mountain Road. Climb Glendora
Mountain Road to Glendora Ridge Road to the top at Cow Canyon Saddle and over to the Mt. Baldy Ranger Station. Enjoy the
descent to Glendora then back the same way via Brea Cany
Follow this link for the most current route sheet
|Kitchen Creek Century Rated A
Troy Raffelson takes credit for this century. This route included an awesome climb called Kitchen Creek. This new
Kitchen Creek Century includes a 30 mile section with 3,500 feet of gain in the middle. The start and finish will take
you on some of the greatest roads in the Alpine and East San Diego County area. It’s truly an awesome route.
Use this link to check weather in Pine Valley which is about 4,000 ft elevation.
CAUTION: This Century is not recommended for first time century riders ... it's got at least 9,000 Feet of Climbing
making it harder than the Mount Baldy Century!!
Route Sheet Google Maps for Ride Meet
Pictures from Troy Raffelson
If you look in the first picture you can see the hills off in the distance that are captured in the second picture. The third
picture shows the best part of the ride and that is the single lane road that is closed to vehicular traffic. IT IS ONE OF
MY FAVORITE CLIMBS IN SAN DIEGO.
Follow this link to the current route sheet for the Kitchen Creek Century.
|The majority of these centuries are credited to Chuck Bramwell and his merry men/women of the Orange County Wheelmen.
Please provide feedback to him if there are errors or improvements to the routes. There are other contributors and they will be listed
when known otherwise it is assumed it was an OCW contributor or Chuck Bramwell himself. Chuck can be reached at
Carbon Canyon Century Rated C
79 Miles with 3,400 Feet of Climbing
98 Miles with 4,300 Feet of Climbing
106 Miles with 4,900 Feet of Climbing
The elevation gain of 7,267 feet is way overstated so don’t be scared off by that number – the 106 mile option has 4,900 feet of
climbing according to my Ciclosport HAC4 computer.
This ride will start at “The Square” (formerly Foodpark) in Irvine at Main and MacArthur (TBM 859-G4/28-C3). Main and
MacArthur is near the intersection of the San Diego Freeway (405) and the Newport (55) Freeway. Take the MacArthur Blvd. exit
from the San Diego (405) Freeway and turn North ... Main Street is the first street Northeast of the 405 Freeway. Meet in the
Parking Lot behind the Starbucks.
Follow this link to the current route sheet for the Carbon Canyon Century
|Silverado Canyon Century-- 105 miles with 5800 feet of gain.
Route Created by Brandy Deluca
An urban century with a lot of rolling terrain and very few sustained grades. Starting in Huntington Beach the route follows
the coastline to Dana Point then turns inland. You will end up riding Santiago Canyon with the highest point of the ride
being Silverado Canyon. Most of the ride has bike lanes.
|Dawson Saddle and Newcombs Ranch 108 miles 12,300 feet of gain
Starting in Encanto Park in Duarte. You will climb Hwy 39 to Angeles Crest Hwy Hwy 2 up to Dawson Saddle
7901 Elevation. Descend to Newcombs Ranch then back up to Dawson Saddle then descend to Encanto Park.
|Mulholland Century and Double Century
Century Challenge Profile Double Century Profile
After completing the Mulholland Double Century on Saturday with 17,000 feet of gain I did the Mulholland Century
Challenge with 12,000 of gain on Sunday morning. Read more..