Bike for the Cure

Bike for the Cure XX

Bike for the Cure - Bike for the Cure XX

About Bike for the Cure XX

In Summary

“Bike for the Cure XX” is a 475 mile bicycle ride,
along the Pacific Coast, from San Francisco to Los
Angeles CA for the 33rd Annual HDSA Convention
(June 7-9, 2018). It is the 100th anniversary of
the birth of, Marjorie Guthrie, the widow of famed
folksinger Woody Guthrie. In 1967 she founded the
Committee to Combat Huntington’s Disease, which
evolved into the Huntington’s Disease Society of
America. This is the 50th anniversary of the founding
of HDSA. As in the prior 19 rides, the purpose of
the ride is to heighten public awareness of
Huntington’s Disease and to raise funds for family
services and research towards a cure.

About the Route

This year’s ride will be from San Francisco to Los Angeles along the Pacific Coast. It is considered by many to be a truly epic ride, one of America’s premier cycling routes, with spectacular ocean vistas. We will ride through many quintessential cities, like San Francisco, Monterey, the Big Sur area, and Santa Barbara. We will also visit the Hearst Castle on the Central California Coast and perhaps one or two of the California Missions.


Route Itinerary

May 28 – San Francisco to Half Moon Bay
May 29 – Half Moon Bay to Santa Cruz
May 30 – Santa Cruz to Monterey
May 31 – Monterey to Big Sur
June 1 – Big Sur to Cambria
June 2 – Cambria to San Luis Obispo
June 3 – San Luis Obispo – Lompoc
June 4 – Lompoc to Santa Barbara
June 5 – Santa Barbara to Port Hueneme
June 6 – Port Hueneme to Santa Monica
June 7 – Santa Monica to Convention Hotel in Los Angeles