Gran Fondo National Series

Fast Freddie Challenge

June 02 2018
Sebastopol, California, USA

Cycling is many things to many people, it can be transportation, recreation, freedom to explore new environments, a social function, a profession and is even an Olympic sport.

It's our mission to inspire and provide underprivileged children with the tools to achieve personal successes by utilizing life skills learned through cycling. We encourage a commitment to education and a healthy lifestyle through physical activity.

The many skills acquired through cycling such as perseverance, focus, patience, self-motivation, team work and much more develop over time. We focus on intercating with children early in their development, beginning around 5 yrs old when they are first able to ride a bicycle. Our programs and the various partners we work with focus on the long term development of these skills. We support existing programs as well as develop our own that fill the void not currently being addressed.

We bring together a variety of individual programs under the umbrella of the Fast Freddie Foundation to ensure a longitudinal focus on a child's development.

Freddie is the four time U.S. Professional National Road Race Champion. A record that is unlikely to ever be broken.

Growing up in East Los Angeles his first exposure to cycling was the 1984 Olympic Road Race. It was a moment that would inspire him and lead his life down a path that he didn't know existed.

He went from East LA to racing in the largest cycling races around the world with various European and U.S. teams.

 
Fast Freddie Challenge
 
Routes: 35, 73 miles
Difficulty of Greatest Route: C - Moderate terrain with rolling short steep hills or moderate, sustained climbs
Time Zone: Pacific Standard Time (PST)
 
What's Included?

Rest Stops

Support for Participants
First Aid
SAG Wagon
Roving Mechanical Support
Mechanical Support at Rest Stops
 
Features
Electronic Start/Finish Timing
Strava KOM
Strava QOM
Category / Race Prizes
Finishing Medals
Results Within 24 Hours
Photos
Personalised Bib (Name and QR Code)
Finish Line Chute
 
Nutrition
Feed / Aid Stations
 
Event Size
500 - 1999 Riders
 
 
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