NEXT EVENT: Uvas Gold 200km. Saturday, Dec 4 2021

2021 Schedule

Event - Distance Date Start Time Time limit Type
Lucas Valley 112km Sat 5/1 7.5 hrs RUSA
Laguna Lake 200km Sat 5/8 13.5 hrs ACP
Uvas Gold 200km Sat 5/15 13.5 hrs ACP
Spring Del Puerto Canyon 200km Sat 5/22 13.5 hrs ACP
El Paseito Mixto Populaire 103km Sat 6/5 7.5 hrs RUSA
Dillon Beach 200km Sat 6/12 13.5 hrs ACP
Freestone Breadrun 200km Sat 6/19 13.5 hrs ACP
Healdsburg 300km Sat 6/26 20 hrs ACP
Marin Mountains 200km Sat 7/10 13.5 hrs ACP
Sleepy Hollow 109km Sun 7/18 7.5 hrs RUSA
Old Cazadero 300km Sat 7/24 20 hrs ACP
Hopland 400km Sat 7/31 27 hrs ACP
Faultline 200km Sat 7/31 13.5 hrs ACP
Mendocino Coast 600km Sat 8/14 40 hrs ACP
Dillon Beach 200km Sun 8/15 13.5 hrs ACP
BRM Centenary 200km Sat 9/11 13.5 hrs ACP
Winters 200km Sat 10/9 13.5 hrs ACP
Fall Del Puerto Canyon 200km Sat 11/6 13.5 hrs RUSA
Uvas Gold 200km Sat 12/4 13.5 hrs RUSA
Mixed Terrain route, includes unpaved roads and trails.
† There won't be any fixed start times as staggered start groups will be used.
For reference purposes only you can preview the routes in the Route Archive page. However, ONLY current year official cue sheets most be used on the event day as there may be changes in the route.

A brevet is a long distance recreational ride that is timed. Brevets are offered in progressively longer distances in order to prepare you for the challenges of the longest events such as the Paris Brest Paris Randonneur (PBP). A brevet tests your endurance and provides a unique opportunity for self discovery.

Depending on the distance, our events will travel northward though Marin, Sonoma and Mendocino Counties. The routes will vary from flat to hilly and will include segments of short frequent hills (rollers) as well as include several long hill climbs. Events in the past included the challenges of very strong head winds (gusts to 40 mph), rain, dense ground fog. You can read past events participants' reports by clicking on the linked names on the Brevet Results pages.

San Francisco Randonneurs' brevets are minimally supported events on unmarked roads to keep costs low.

These events are not for beginners.  The courses are hilly and can be windy.  There will be night time riding in the longer events.   You should have completed several century or double century cycling events in the six months before starting a brevet.