Q. Where can I find results for the Half-Century and Century?

A. Results for the Time Trial and KOM/QOM can be found here.

Q. When is the Riverside Citrus Classic?

A. Saturday, October 14, 2017 at 7am (100), 8am (50), 9am (28) and 10am (7)

Q. What route options are there?

A. There are 4 route options: 100 miles, 50 miles, 28 miles and 7 miles

Q. Are all rides timed?

A. This year we will be offering timing for riders in the 50 and 100 mile rides. The timing for these rides will be for the time trial segment and the KOM/QOM segment. Timing is provided as a fun way to challenge yourself as a rider by comparing your times from year to year.

Q. What is a KOM/QOM?

A. King/Queen of the Mountain is the title given to the best climber (for both men and women) for the 50 and 100 mile rides. Times will be posted after the event and the KOM/QOM winners will be announced at the end of the ride at the finish line.

Q. Where do I check in and pick-up my rider registration packet?

A. Check-in begins and registration packets will be available for pick-up starting Friday, October 13th from 5:00 to 7:30pm next to El Torito (NOTE CHANGE) in the Riverside Plaza. You may also check-in and pick-up your registration packet on Saturday morning, October 14th. If you do need to check-in on Saturday morning, go to the registration area in front of the Regal Theaters in the Riverside Plaza between 6:00am-8:45am. All riders for all ride routes can meet up at the finish line by El Torito after their rides for the post ride expo, beer garden and entertainment.

Q. Where do I check in if I am a volunteer?

A. Volunteers will check in at the tables in front of the Regal Theater in the Riverside Plaza. We will be there at 6:00am to assign jobs. We suggest comfortable shoes and clothing and sunscreen. This event would not be possible without the help of our many volunteers! THANK YOU!

Q. What roads are closed?

A. There are no road closures for this event. The rides leave from the Plaza accompanied by the Riverside Police Department. All routes include some dedicated bike trails, bike lanes and roads. Riders are expected to OBEY ALL TRAFFIC LAWS AND RULES OF THE ROAD; be courteous to drivers, pedestrians and other riders; and ride safely at all times.

Q. Will there be something to eat and drink?

A. Yes, along the route we have fully stocked rest stops. After the ride, adults can enjoy a complimentary beer. Stay for lunch and enjoy the many great restaurants at the Plaza. Food options include salads, sandwiches, pizza, burgers, Mediterranean, Mexican, and Chinese. For a list of restaurants click here.

Q. Will there be any Gluten-Free foods at the rest stops?

A. We make a concerted effort to accommodate our gluten free riders! Each rest stop will have a GF item.

Q. What will the weather be like and how will it affect my ride?

A. Weather in Riverside in October is super unpredictable so be prepared for anything! Mornings can be cool and the day can heat up rather quickly. Clothing drops are offered at each rest stop so if you need to peel layers you can pick up your gear at the finish line.  No matter what, you’ll have fun, get some great exercise, and have a great sense of accomplishment from completing this ride and supporting our students, school district and community!

Q. I have some other questions, how can I reach you?

A. Email us at citrusclassicriverside@gmail.com.