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Los Angeles Wheelmen Grand Tour 6/22/2024

Double Metric, Double, Triple, Quad, and Double Double Centuries

Important dates upcoming:

  • May 21: final day to reserve a room at the HQ Hotel Holiday Inn Express Port Hueneme at a cancelable $185 rate per night (+ taxes & fees) for a king bed or 2 queen beds if you use the booking link below.
  • June 3: Registration fees go up $20 for all routes. (Discounts still apply)

The Grand Tour start moved from Malibu to Port Hueneme in 2018.  The new route begins at the Holiday Inn Express in Port Hueneme with a loop into Camarillo and back to Port Hueneme.  The route (Highland and Lowland) then follows the original route to Moorpark, Ojai, Carpinteria, and back down the coast to finish in Port Hueneme at the Holiday Inn Express.  The Double Metric follows the GT Highland course to the top of Potrero then follows its own pain inflicting course to the finish.

The Triple, Quad, and Double Double riders will pick up a new route slip when they reach the northern most point of the double course.  They will then head north to Gaviota and back for an additional 100 miles to make 300 miles at the finish in Port Hueneme.  To get Double Double credit the Triple must be completed in 24 hours or less.

Quad and Double Double riders will be given a final route slip for the last century to complete the 400 miles.

The Double Double credit will be given to those riders completing the Highland or lowland Quad in 36 hours or less.

The Grand Tour Quad, Highland or Lowland, will remain a 24 hour event.

Clarification of the Double Double credit

The double double is the same route as the quad.  The difference is you have 36 hours to finish.  It begins with the Grand Tour Triple then the final hundred after that.  You will get credit for the distance covered.  Two hundred, three hundred, or four hundred miles.

Double credit (24 hours)

Triple credit (24 hours)

Quad credit (24 hours) also gets Double Double credit 

Double Double credit (36 hours)

Rider Limit and Fees

150 Highland

150 Lowland

Double $80

Triple  $90

Quad   $100

Double Double  $100

  (Triple, Quad, and Double Double riders will be given registration priority and guaranteed entry)
Double Metric $50

E-Bike (no CTC credit) Double $80  Double Metric $50

Ride Registration Link and Fees

To register for the ride, send the registration fee of $80 (Double), $90 (Triple), $100 Quad,

$100 (Double Double Century), $50 Double Metric via PayPal to @LawheelmenGrandTour from your account or use the link below:

PayPal Registration

Registration Discounts:

Los Angeles Wheelmen Members – $5 (All distances)

Adobo Velo Members – $5 (All distances)

Five or more Double Metric riders in one Payment – $5 each rider (Double Metric only)

Discounts may be combined!

Important PayPal registration details:

In section “What is this for? type “GT 2024.” Then add the registrant’s names and email addresses. See the screenshot below.

If you are not paying for yourself, please do not enter your personal information.  If payment is for more than one, provide the other riders’ names and email addresses.

When sending funds to this account use the “Paying for an item or service” option, please do not choose the “friends and family” option.

All funds must be received by Monday, June 3, 2024 to avoid late fees.  Add $20 through June 13.  Add $50 day of registration (Cash Only) on Friday, June 21, 2024

What to Expect Next:

You will receive a confirmation email after each step of the process.  If you don’t get one within a few days, please send an email to info@nulllawheelmen.org

Upon receipt of funds, we will send you the registration form and waiver.   Please print, fill out completely, sign, scan, and send to  Mel Cutler by midnight, Friday, June 7, 2024.  Please do not shoot photo with your phone as those photos are often unintelligible

When all registration materials have been received, we will send you confirmation of your ride selection or waiting list status.

SAG support must register on separate form and waiver sent with rider registration form.

Sincerely,

Los Angeles Wheelmen