91 miles, 5500' climbing, nothing serious but lots of Italian (too long to power over) rollers. Now is the time of year to go out to Pt. Reyes Lighthouse as:
1) weather better than in the summer when it is constantly foggy and wind blowing at 20mph+
2) now whales are passing Pt. Reyes Lighthouse (big fn deal-elephant seals at other end of park are a better animal attraction) which means more tourists, but....
3) cars are pulled off the narrow winding road to the Lighthouse this time of year, so the last @5 miles to the Lighthouse, where the road gets the most undulating through cattle guards around the historic cattle ranches is devoid of motor vehicles except for the occassional shuttle bus.
Ride statistics from Ward Industries. Any good photo on this page from Ward Industries, and crappy one PumpkinCycle took.
Sarah riding the rollers through the desolate cattle ranches with the Pacific (and NO cars) in the background (PC, WI)