A high-end experience that aligns with those who train regularly, enjoy participating in challenging events, and demand something better than what is out there.
Registration opens September 15, 2018.
One-day event entry includes:
- CLASSICO or MEDIO route option
- Pro-level on-course support
- Real-food rest stops
- Bag drop service
- Timed sections
- Gourmet buffet brunch
- Limited edition, hand-made tile
- Unparalleled customer service
Additional amenities available for purchase:
- Post-ride bike wash and valet service
- Post-ride massage
- Event t-shirt
- Private label, full bottle of California wine
- Saturday Evening Wine Reception
- Sunday Recovery Ride and Brunch
- Guest meal pass
CLASSICO GRANFONDO - Saturday, March 16, 2019
151 kilometers with 1,768 meters of elevation gain
The Malibu GRANFONDO will once again start and finish at the world renowned and luxurious Four Seasons Hotel in the heart of Westlake Village. The course offers up a balanced mix of rolling farmlands, flat and scenic Southern California Coastline and an epic climb with panoramic vistas atop the Santa Monica Mountains.
Three fully stocked, gourmet rest stops at 31km, 77km, and 119km, with the 10 Speed Coffee Truck on course after the final KOM climb at 134km.
As part of the Gran Fondo National Series, the CLASSICO course will include two to three timing sections for series points calculation and determination of Malibu GRANFONDO overall winners. The final miles of the GRANFONDO offer participants the added challenge of riding for King and Queen of the Mountain (KOM/QOM) times as they push toward the summit finish.
The clock stops at the top of the mountain so riders can enjoy a neutralized descent back to a post-ride luncheon at the Four Seasons.
MEDIO GRANFONDO - Saturday, March 16, 2019
106 kilometers with 1300 meters of elevation gain
For those who want the challenge with a few less miles, there will be an option to omit the 41k farmland loop. This route still offers fast and scenic coastline followed by an epic climb to the summit finish. The MEDIO route includes one to two timed sections, however, MEDIO riders will not be considered for the KOM/QOM or overall awards.
Two fully stocked, gourmet rest stops at 31km and 72km, with the 10 Speed Coffee Truck on course after the final KOM climb at 86km.
After summiting the last climb, riders can enjoy a neutralized descent back to a post-ride luncheon at the Four Seasons.