For over a decade, Cycle for Sight & Rotary Ride for Veterans has been the preeminent Napa Valley community cycling event for both local Napa Valley residents and visitors alike. During this time, we have raised over two million dollars to support our primary beneficiaries – The Pathway Home program and Enchanted Hills Camp for the Blind, as well as numerous other local charities.

2019 will be yet another great day on the bike, with old friends and new, and in support of raising funds for those in need. We hope you will join us.

We're proud to offer a bike riding experiences for the beginner to the advanced, and everyone in between. Our three scenic courses wind among the vineyards and hills of the world famous Napa Valley. Our post-ride festival, always a hit, features the sounds of band Pride & Joy accompanied by the tastes of local cuisine from Napa Valley restaurants and a bounty of great Napa Valley wineries and micro-breweries.

We have three ride courses: 15, 25 and 50 miles. There's something for every kind of cyclist. All rides are fully supported with SAG vehicles, have rest stops with food, drink, and of course a great community of fellow cyclists. 

The Wine Valley Cycle For Sight and Rotary Ride for Veterans ends with a super fun food, wine, beer and music festival. It's a great way to celebrate your effort on the bike, or if not cycling, then just join the party! For 2018, we've created a new silent auction and buy-a-spot fundraiser.

Schedules

  • Occurred Saturday, April 20th, 2019 @ 7:00 am – 6:00 pm

Venue

Justin Siena High School

4026 Maher St.
Napa,

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