Foxy’s Fall Century

Foxy’s Fall Century is Davis Bike Club’s popular late-season cycling event held on the third Saturday in October. Often described as the ideal first century ride, it offers challenges, distances, and scenery for riders of all levels.

We offer three routes:

  • 100 mile Century with ~3100 feet of climbing through Yolo, Solano, and Napa counties
    The moderately challenging climbs begin along Highway 128 westbound as riders approach Lake Berryessa. Most of the climbing occurs before the descent into Wooden Valley and lunch stop at the Gordon Valley fire station, on a lightly traveled back road on the edge of Napa County. Return to Lake Solano via Pleasants Valley and Putah Creek Roads, then back to Davis.
  • 100k metric Century with ~1100 feet of climbing
    The route winds through orchards and rolling hills to the north edge of Vacaville, then toward Winters and lunch at Lake Solano via Pleasants Valley and Putah Creek Roads, and finally back to Davis along orchards and flat country roads.
  • Flat 50k ride
    This flat 31-mile route follows country roads through farmland, over the iconic Stevenson Bridge and then through orchards to Winters with food and beverages in the park before returning to Davis.

Registration for Foxy’s Fall Century is ONLINE only. Registration opens in July and is capped at 1500 riders.

Allendale rest stop, 2013