Celebrate cycling, fine food, and the success of another spring racing season (Calif. State Champs and the Tour of California are May 19th).  Choose a 45- or 35-mile road ride to support youth cycling. Includes guided wine country ride and a gourmet lunch prepared by co-authors of The Feed Zone Cookbook and Portables Cookbook by Chef Biju and Dr. Allen Lim. The event is limited to 50 guests and offered at $95 for Booster Club Members, $120 for non-Members.

Monday, May 20th • Healdsburg, Calif.

Pastries and Coffee 8:00 AM

Roll-Out 9:00 AM

Lunch 1:00 PM

Register Here

Course Map Here

Directions: Arnot-Roberts, 33 Healdsburg Ave. Unit I, Healdsburg, CA 95448 (Unit I is at the back of the complex)

Feed Zone meals are the perfect balance of science and practice from Dr. Allen Lim and Chef Biju Thomas. A no-fuss guide to preparing good food that will change the way endurance athletes eat. With refreshingly simple ingredients that measure up to the demands of training and racing, Biju’s recipes are easy to follow and big on flavor. His tantalizing mix of salty, sweet, and savory satisfies an athlete’s cravings and prepares the body for top performance.  The Feed Zone cookbook is available here, as well as the Portables Cookbook.  See below for a sample portables recipe!


Winners of the San Francisco Chronicles 2012 Wine of the Year, 2012 Arnot-Roberts was founded in 2001 by childhood friends Duncan Arnot Meyers and Nathan Lee Roberts. The focus of A-R is to source grapes from Northern California’s most distinctive vineyards with the intent of creating world class single vineyard wines. Production is limited and all A-R wines are fermented using native yeasts and are bottled unfined and unfiltered. Arnot-Roberts wines are available in some of the best restaurants in the world as well directly from the winery here.

Blueberry Chocolate Coconut Rice Cakes are a pro favorite portable snack for their delicious taste and perfect energy profile. Try ‘em on your next ride with this recipe from the new cookbook Feed Zone Portables, courtesy of VeloPress. Learn more at skratchlabs.com.