Weekend Ride Route Summary 
All rides meet & depart from "The Landing" parking lot at the South End of Westlake Lake.
Please park in the middle lanes away from the homes on the East side of the lot.
8:30am at The Landing 

Local Red Ride, Leader: Taylor Hodoose
Westlake, Encinal, Decker, Potrero: Triunfo/Westlake/Down Encinal/Up Decker/Mulholland/PCH/Potrero/HIdden Valley

Orange Ride, Leader: Gary Silver
Hidden Valley and Mulholland: Triunfo/Westlake/Lake Sherwood/Potrero/Las Posas/PCH/Mulholland/Decker

Gold Ride, Leader: Petros Vasiliou and Sharon Campise
Cruisin Oak Park and Newbury: Lindero/Agoura/Chesboro/Thousand Oaks/Westlake/Arboles/Pederson/Olsen/Hillcrest/Ventu Park/Hillcrest/Old Conejo

All rides meet & depart from "The Landing" parking lot at the South End of Westlake Lake.
Please park in the middle lanes away from the homes on the East side of the lot.
9:00am at The Landing. 

Red Ride, Leader: Doug Castell
Simi Bike Path: Lindero/Lakeview/TO/Westlake/Arboles/Erbes/Pederson/Madera/Bike Path/Sequoia/Township/Lost Canyon/Long Canyon/Olsen

G.O. Ride, Leader: Ron Moore
Malibu Lake and Lower Piuma: Triunfo/Westlake/Agoura/Lost Hills/Las Virgines/Mulholland/King Gillett/Cold Canyon/Mulholland/Lake Malibu/Cornell

Social Ride, Leader: Kay Fields
Kanan and Oak Park: Triunfo/Westlake/Agoura/Reyes Adobe/Lindero/Valley Spring/Westlake/Kanan/Fountainwood/TO/Lakeview


Hey CVC,
The weather looks great all weekend - light cloud cover and a perfect 75 degrees! We will have 3 local rides each day this weekend.

On Saturday the Red Ride is heading straight up and over Westlake, down Encinal, back up Decker, down Mulholland and back up Potrero (yea, this one will be a challenge, come prepared). The Orange ride is heading out Hidden Valley to PCH and back up Mulholland. The Gold ride is looping around Oak Park and back through Newbury Park to Lawrence and the Cruisin routes behind Ventu Parkway.

On Sunday the Red Ride is going over Westlake to Simi Valley and doing both Lost and Long Canyons. The G.O. Ride is doing Malibu Lake and Mulholland, with a portion of Lower Piuma. And the social ride is heading for a nice loop up around Valley Spring and back through Oak Park and Fountainwood.

We've also got midweek rides Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, including the return of our famous Rock Store Race Ride (with moderate options), a Wednesday afternoon spin with Sheri and challenging destination rides Tuesday and Thursday mornings. 

When riding with your groups, please be very verbal and watch for debris in the bike lanes. Always warn riders behind you of everything approaching! You are their eyes when you are on the front. 

Our Purple and Newcomer rides are getting a good turn-out. Please help spread the word and bring friends! Our next Purple ride is scheduled for next weekend - Saturday the 25th. Come join us and bring family and friends. Easy cruise ride for all ride levels.

Let me know if I can help with anything bike or ride-related. I always have extra gear, nutrition, supplies and my toolbox, pump, etc.
And let's ride!

Bart Ziegler
Ride Director
Conejo Valley Cyclists


Saturday, April 8th
Away ride: Mount Baldy. This is a renown ride in Southern California beginning in Glendora (about 1 hour drive south and east on the 210 fwy). We will have a couple groups climbing the mountain that day. It's a nice moderate climb with a stunning ride back down and plans for a nice lunch stop afterwards. Mark your calendar and let's epic. 

Saturday, May 6
Annual CVC Members Spring Charity Club Ride and Picnic!
This special day begins at Thousand Oaks Community Park and rides begin at 8:00 and 8:30
· Pre-paid registration includes route slips with 2 new routes of 50 and 75 miles, (with an option to shorten the 50), and 1-2 supported regroup stops, along with SAG support
· Post-ride celebration will continue at the park and will include lunch from a gourmet food truck, music, a silent auction, and fun!
· This is YOUR ride, YOUR Day, You Own it, so please sign up now and be a part of the club you ride with and support! 
· A $65 minimum donation allows us cover expenses and still donate to a local charity
· We will not have any official CVC club rides on May 6th as we are encouraging everyone to participate and support our annual fundraiser and official spring picnic.
· We will pre-sale extra lunches at $20/adults and $10/children under 12.
· https://www.bikereg.com/cvc-benefit-picnic-ride (password: BENEFIT)


Morning Ride - Leaders Kent Kilgore and Sherrie Felton
9:00am at The Landing parking lot. Hidden Valley and Mulholland route. 
Come and join us. No rider gets left behind. 

Evening Ride -
Rock Store Loop, Leader - Jonathan Woodbury. Moderate-paced group leaves at 5:15 and race-pace group leaves at 5:30pm from the Landings parking lot.
The route is the Rock Store loop with or without Upper Encinal.  Warm-up pace along Agoura and fast after the turn onto Cornell.  Re-group at the Encinal Y for a few minutes.
Sunset is about 7 pm so we have about 40 minutes from the Encinal Y to sunset. 

Wednesday: Ride Leader - Sheri Leiken 
3:45pm at The Landing parking lot.
Please join us for a mid-week ride Wednesday afternoon. Route to be determined at start. This is a Gold+ pace ride of approx. 20-25 miles.

Morning Ride - Leaders Kent Kilgore and Sherrie Felton
9:00am at The Landing parking lot. Rock Store and Lil Sycamore route.  
Come and join us. There is little traffic at this time.

If there is a marked bike lane, cyclists may ride shoulder to shoulder. Single file otherwise.  There is no three or four abreast at any time while moving.If you are wearing a CVC kit, you represent the club, so please be sure to follow the rules of the road. When riding with CVC, you agree to: * Wear a helmet and ensure my bike is in good working order. * Ride to the right, pass on the left. * Ride in the bike lane (where available) and signal when moving into another lane. * Ride no more than two abreast in the bike lane, single file on narrow roads, and avoid "Swarming" (bunching up and multiplying the chance of accidents) * Call out and point if I see a traffic hazard * Respect ALL traffic laws and the rights of all autos, bicycles, and pedestrians* Ride predictably and remind other to be safe * Be a bicycling ambassador

Please remember when parking at The Landing for any weekend morning rides to park and congregate towards the far end of the lot away from the street and use the middle row.  Do not park next to the homes.

The Purple ride is considered a no drop. Having said that, please note that if you are falling behind or slower than the average pace, you may be dropped. All rides not asterisked are considered a "drop ride" so please understand the route before you start (and how to get back). If you get to a regrouping spot and no one is there, consider yourself dropped.  As always, we will try to stick together and have a fun, safe ride. We will regroup regularly to allow everyone a chance to ride together.

If for any reason you leave a group ride, please pass along the information to the ride leader. 

Inclement weather policy: In the interest of safety, whenever it is either actively raining or the ride route has wet roads, it is our club policy to cancel a club ride. Club members may still choose to meet and ride in these conditions; however, the ride will not be considered an official club ride.