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CSR | Tour de Franco 2019

When:
Saturday, September 14, 2019, 7:00 AM until 2:00 PM
Where:
Franco Bicycles
https://francobicycles.com/
3533 Old Canejo Road #110
Newbury Park, CA  91320
Contact(s):
Francisco Chamorro
818-314-5110 (p)
Category:
Supported Rides
Registration is closed
$10.00
No Fee

PAA Club Suported ride - Tour de Franco


Registration is Now Closed.


Join us on a beautiful coastal ride.  After leaving Franco Bikes the ride works it's way north and descends down into the fields of Camarillo and out to the coast, joining Highway 1 at Pt. Mugu.  Then we head south and make our way through some of the epic Santa Monica Mountain range. The ride includes two famous climbs, first the climb from Leo Carillo state beach and PCH up to Mulholland .  The second climb is Latigo Canyon... both will take you to the top of the mountain range before dropping back down for the ride over to the finish at Franco Bikes.  This is a 73 mile challenging course with a bail out option at mile 30 (for a total of 50 miles) where Mulholland intersects with the 23. 

There will be two SAG stops. One feed station on top of the Mulholland Climb and the second feed station at the first summit of the Latigo Climb. Lunch will be served at the end of the ride back at Franco Bikes.  

THERE WILL BE A LOT OF WATER (along with nutrition) on hand this year at both SAG stops to help keep everyone hydrated.
We welcome PAA members to invite friends, family or other guests along for this ride.  Keep in mind that this is a moderate to difficult ride, however the shorter route back after Mulholland makes it all very accessible.

We thank Hector Rodriguez for Franco Bicycles support of PAA and this ride.  They will be providing our ride leaders as they did last year.

Departure Time: Meet 7:00am, Roll out 7:30. If you are late - you are chasing    
                                        
Departure Location: FRANCO Bicycles, 3533 Old Conejo Road, #110, Newbury Park, CA 91320

Turn off of Old Conejo Road at the entrance to the business park; "USA Business Center"

Franco Bikes is in the second row of buildings on your right.  Car Parking in gated area around the FRANCO building Entrance on your right or additional parking off to your left.                                    

Ride Organizer:  Francisco Chamorro
Ride Leader / Franco Jonathan Perez  text/cell (386) 366-4594


SAG 1: Johanna Tokunaga
SAG 2: Marlon Wade
SAG 3: Hospitality: Marianne Ward


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ROUTE DETAILS

Distance: approx 73 miles
Elevation: 7000 ft.
Difficulty: moderate to difficult
Route Map: https://www.strava.com/routes/3737797
Short Route Map= less climbing (47 miles) https://www.strava.com/routes/10417705
Route description: Out long loop and back from/to FRANCO Bicycles

DETAILED SAG STOP SCHEDULE TO COME

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Please Note

All riders should be prepared to do minor repairs on the road (e.g., change a flat)
Due to the challenging nature of most club supported rides, groups will invariably form and split up en route depending on riders levels of fitness, training goals, etc. 

For your safety, helmet is mandatory on PAA rides
Inclement weather may result in a change of the route or cancellation of event.
Guests are welcome, but should also RSVP (guest ticket), sign a ride waiver, and make a $10 donation.

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PASADENA ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
WAIVER AND RELEASE OF LIABILITY

In consideration for participating in and by his or her participation in any events for, organized by, through, or in connection with Pasadena Athletic Association, a California non-profit corporation (“PAA”), or any other physical activity in connection therewith (collectively, “Events”), the undersigned (the “Participant”) freely agrees to the provisions of this Waiver and Release of Liability (the “Waiver”).

1. Participant understands and acknowledges that cycling is an inherently dangerous sport. Events and related activities, whether Participant participates as a rider, official, coach, mechanic, volunteer, spectator or otherwise, may involve the risk of serious injury, including death or property damage. Participant fully assumes all risks associated with participating in Events, including, but not limited to: dangers associated with man-made and natural jumps; the dangers of collision with pedestrians, vehicles, other participants, and fixed or moving objects; the dangers arising from surface hazards, including pot holes, equipment failure, inadequate safety equipment, use of equipment or materials provided by PAA, the Event organizer and others, Participant’s own negligence and weather conditions.  Participant forever releases, waives, covenants not to sue and discharges PAA and its directors, officers, employees, affiliates, successors, members, coaches, participants, volunteers, sponsors, instructors, representatives, agents and assigns (collectively, the “Releasees”), from all liability to Participant and/or Participant’s personal representatives and heirs, and agrees to indemnify, hold harmless, and defend Releasees against any and all losses, damages, liabilities, deficiencies, claims, actions, judgments, settlements, interest, awards, penalties, fines, costs, demands, expenses, and attorneys’ fees, including but not limited to those relating to or arising from any injury to the person or property of Participant, liability arising from the Participant’s death, deformity, personal injury, property damage, theft or actions of any kind that may hereafter occur, all to the maximum extent permitted by law (collectively, “Losses”), whether caused by the negligence or more culpable act or omission of Participant, the Releasees, other Event participants, or otherwise relating to, arising from, or occurring during Events (collectively, “Indemnified Claims”). Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in this Waiver, each Releasee may defend an Indemnified Claim with counsel of his or her own choosing and without the Participant’s involvement.  If a Releasee assumes control of the defense, the Participant shall reimburse the Releasee promptly and periodically for the costs incurred in defending against the Indemnified Claim (including attorneys’ fees and expenses), and shall remain responsible to such Releasees for any other Losses.  Participant shall give prompt written notice to Releasees of any proposed settlement of an Indemnified Claim. Participant may not, without Releasees’ prior written consent, settle or compromise any claim, or consent to the entry of any judgment regarding which indemnification is being sought this Waiver.  Participant acknowledges that this Waiver is a contract with legal and binding consequences and applies to all Events.

2. Participant agrees that he or she is personally financially responsible for any medical 
attention, including first aid, needed or requested during Events or resulting from any injury during or in 
connection with Events, and releases and forever discharges PAA from any Losses which arise or may 
arise on account of any such medical attention.

3. Participant will comply with all stated terms and conditions for participation in the Events, including, without limitation, any rules provided by PAA, its coaches, volunteers, instructors and sponsors, and Events officials and sponsors. Participant will wear a helmet that protects against serious head injury and assumes all responsibility and liability for the selection of such a helmet and any maintenance, modifications or attachments thereto.  Participant agrees to continually ride and otherwise participate in the Events so as to avoid endangering oneself or others.

4. Participant consents to any pictures, videos, recordings or voice likeness to appear in any documentary or promotional materials of the Releasees and without any compensation to Participant.

5. Participant consents to the release by any third party to Releasees and their insurance carrier the name and medical information that may relate solely to any injury or death arising from participation in the Events.

6. PARTICIPANT HAS READ THIS WAIVER AND FULLY UNDERSTANDS ITS TERMS AND CONTENT. PARTICIPANT IS AWARE THAT THIS IS A RELEASE OF LIABILITY AND ACKNOWLEDGES THAT SUBSTANTIAL RIGHTS ARE SURRENDERED BY AGREEING IT, AND DOES SO FREELY AND VOLUNTARILY.

7. Participant agrees that the above representations are contractually binding, are not mere recitals, that this Waiver is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by law and that if any portion of this Waiver is held invalid, it is agreed that the remaining provisions of this Waiver shall continue in full force and effect.

8. If Participant is under the age of 18 (a “Minor”), Participant’s parent or guardian represents that he/she is, in fact, acting in such capacity, consents to the Minor’s participation in the Events, and agrees individually and on behalf of the Minor to this Waiver.  Participant’s parent or guardian releases, waives, covenants not to sue, and discharges the Releasees from all liability to the Minor and his/her personal representatives and heirs, and agrees to indemnify, hold harmless, and defend Releasees against any and all Losses, including those Losses which may be imposed upon Releasees because of any defect in or lack of such capacity to so act on behalf of the Minor and parents or legal guardian.

Notice Address:  c/o Polsinelli LLP, 2049 Century Park East, Los Angeles, CA 90067