San Francisco, CA
09/27/2019 - 09/29/2019
The course for the 2019 Haute Route San Francisco will take riders on a unique and challenging tour of the Bay Area, including a classic ride through Marin County, a new route from Half Moon Bay, and the return of the exclusive Angel Island Time Trial.
The three-stage Haute Route event, based in Fisherman’s Wharf in San Francisco from September 27-29, totals 297 km with 5122 M+ of climbing (184 mi and 16,805 ft). The route includes two crossings of the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, the ascents of Mt. Tamalpais, Tunitas Creek, and Old La Honda; and the 15km individual time trial on an island with no cars!
Haute Route events encompass the best aspects of social rides, bike races, and cycling tours. For Stages 1 and 2, everyone starts together, riders can choose between the Original and Compact courses, and times are recorded for each rider on a number of designated segments. All riders complete the same individual time trial course on Stage 3, and there are awards for stages, age groups, and the general classification. Whether you choose to compete, pursue a personal challenge, or enjoy a great cycling weekend with friends, riders from the front of the pack to the back benefit from convenient accommodations packages, opening night pasta party, professional mechanics, safety motos, incredible feed stations, daily massages, nightly rider briefings, and more. The event wraps up early on Sunday afternoon with a celebration of shared experiences and achievements.
BOOK YOUR SHIPMENT
We've pre-populated suggested ship-to locations (simply click the arrow next to the "where are you shipping to" field) and suggested shipping dates.
You do not have to ship your bike to our suggested locations on our suggested dates; you may ship instead to your hotel, a friend's house, a partner carrier holding location or another local bike shop. You may also manually enter different ship dates to better suit your itinerary. You are responsible for getting your bike to/from these locations and assembling and disassembling it or getting help from a local shop. Please note that if you ship your bike to yourself in care of any partner carrier location, you will have to present an ID when picking it up there.
You can pack your bike yourself or hire a shop from our bike shop finder to pack your bike for you.If you need a box or case, check out our store. We’ll pick up your packed bike up from your house or your local bike shop,or you can drop it off at one of our partner carrier locations.