The Eagle Cycling Club’s Cherry Pie Criterium has been a staple of the Northern California bicycle racing scene for more than 40 years. This is a criterium race in which racers complete multiple laps around a moderately technical 1-mile course at Napa Valley College.
This is a great event for spectators, so if you’re curious about what bicycle road racing is all about, make your way out to Napa Valley College to join the fun.
Napa’s twice-weekly farmers market showcases some of the finest farms and most talented artisans in Northern California. And the best way to get there? By bike along the Vine Trail, of course!
Held Tuesdays and Saturdays from April through November, the Napa Farmers’ Market supports more than 60 small regional farms, many certified organic. Napans look forward to meeting their neighbors and friends at the market, and our community’s many visitors find unique treasures to take home.
For over a decade, Cycle4Sight has been the preeminent Napa Valley community event for both local Napa Valley residents and visiting cyclists looking for a destination cycling event supporting a worthy cause. With 15, 25 and 50 mile routes ther are options for cyclists of all levels. All rides are fully supported with SAG vehicles, have rest stops with food, drink, and of course a great community of fellow cyclists.
Come for the ride and stay for the party! Post-ride festival includes great food, wine, beer and music. Proceeds support the Enchanted Hills Camp For The Blind & Visually Impaired.
Hosted by Chef Chris Cosentino, CampoVelo is a 3-day celebration of food, wine & cycling. Enjoy a weekend designed to maximize your enjoyment of Napa’s bevvy of world-class cycling, hiking and yoga paired with mouth-watering cuisine and libations.
Events throughout the weekend provide opportunities to engage with special guest notables from the worlds of cycling, food and wine. This unique and memorable weekend supports global, national and local non-profit organizations.
Napa BikeFest is a free annual community celebration of all things bicycles hosted by the Napa Bike Coalition. The event features bike rides for all ages, safety and skills workshops, bike industry demos, kidical mass ride and kids bike rodeo, live music, food trucks and more!
BikeFest includes the largest bike swap in the North Bay with more than 30 bike industry vendors selling new and used bikes, frames, components, apparel & accessories. Adults can test their skills during mini-bike races, bike limbo, bunny hop and fix-a-flat contests in between quaffs of quality brew from generous brewery partners.
Tour de Cure is the premier fundraising campaign of the American Diabetes Association with cycling, running and walking options. The Napa Valley event includes route options spanning from 10 to 100 miles, so there truly is an option for cyclists of all levels to come out, enjoy a beautiful ride with vineyards views and and support a meaningful cause.
All riders, runners and walkers will be treated to a fantastic post-event lunch and celebration party.
Join us in May for Napa County’s Bike to Work & School Day! In the Bay Area, we have been celebrating Bike to Work Day as the main event of National Bike Month for 23 years, encouraging residents to leave their cars at home and commute to work, school, or to the local coffee shop on two wheels.
Napa County’s Bike to Work & School Day is produced by the Napa County Bicycle Coalition, whose mission is to make riding a bike anywhere in Napa County safe, convenient, and accessible for riders of all ages and abilities.
Bottlerock is a super bike-friendly event! Most Napa hotels are within 3 miles (20-min ride) and FREE, secure, valet bike parking is available near the venue.
Here’s your plan: 1) Reserve bikes in advance (reservations are a MUST for this event), 2) Grab an Uber/Lyft/taxi to get to our shop to pickup your bikes, 3) Ride back to your hotel and to/from Bottlerock all weekend. Bikes are due back to our shop by 10:00am the morning after your last reserved date.
Pretty genius, right? Yeah, we thought so.
Join Ride Napa Valley for a beautiful bike ride or walk followed by a burritos & bubbles brunch in the park with local and national leaders working towards a future free from gun violence. Choose from a 25-mile rolling bike ride on the Napa Valley floor, a 10-mile spin along the Napa Valley Vine Trail, or a 3-mile walk in the storybook town of Yountville.
Post-ride burritos & bubbles brunch hosted at Yountville Park, where you’ll have the chance to hear from a variety of voices making a difference in our collective mission to prevent gun violence.
Mark your calendars for the last Sunday in July, and head to Downtown Napa to enjoy live music by dozens of local Napa musicians playing on the porches of historic Victorians homes and bungalows. At Porchfest, bands don’t go on tour… the fans do! The streets are closed down, so you can easily bike from porch to porch to hear a variety of musical stylings from folk to rock, punk, jazz and country. A food truck rally at Fuller Park ensures there are plenty of tasty snacks to fuel your porch-hopping.
The Tour of Napa Valley is a premier annual cycling tour hosted annually by Napa’s Eagle Cycling Club for more than 40 years. Riders are invited to cruising through Napa’s idyllic vineyard countryside and enjoy the charm of an event that features homemade cookies at rest stops along the route. Post-ride BBQ lunch with music, beer and local wines (of course!).
The Napa Valley Ride to Defeat ALS and Walk is an annual one-day cycling event designed to appeal to every level of cyclist and supporter of The ALS Association. Choose from a 100-mile, 62-mile*, 38-mile, 28-mile or 12-mile routes (*TWO 62-mile route options!). Participants can count on support from start to finish with rest stops, SAG (support and gear) vehicles, route monitors, and CHP presence.
Upon completing the tour, riders are welcomed back by cheering crowds and finish line festivities that include a live band, a delicious BBQ lunch, and more!
Bikes For Tots is a boutique cycling event produced in partnership between four-time U.S. National Road Race champion Freddie Rodriguez and the Fast Freddie Foundation and the Napa County Bicycle Coalition. Choose from 26, 56 or 72-mile route options, followed by lunch and festive lobster party dinner at one of Napa’s premier wineries. Funds raised go to the purchase of bikes and helmets for underprivileged youth and teens.
Note: When reserving rental bikes for this event, please plan to pickup your bikes from our shop the evening prior to the ride (Oct 19th) between 5:00-6:00pm.
Each year, our friends at Ride Napa Valley, help bring at least one cycling-themed documentary film to the Napa Valley Film Festival. In addition to the film screenings, special events are planned where guests are invited to join a bike ride with featured subjects from the film and attend a private luncheon and post-screening reception with the filmmakers.