OC Ride for AIDS

102 miles with 4,500 feet of climbing
OC Ride for AIDS • Route Profile
Route Profile

OC Ride for AIDS • Climbs

Cat. 4: Mile 17, 23, 32, 35, and 39

OC Ride for AIDS • Description

The OC Ride for AIDS is a fundraiser for the AIDS Services Foundation (ASF) Orange County. It is a fun late season event on popular south county cycling roads.
The ride starts in Irvine and takes Alton Parkway to Lake Forest and Irvine Boulevard to Tustin. Then it climbs Newport Avenue, before leading through Santiago Canyon, Live Oak Canyon, and Trabuco Canyon. Alicia Parkway and Marguerite Parkway continue on towards Capistrano Beach.
The ride then follows Pacific Coast Highway through Dana Point, Laguna Beach, and Newport Beach, with a scenic detour in Corona del Mar (on Ocean Boulevard and Bayside Drive). Finally Santa Ana River Trail leads to the 405 Freeway, and Sunflower Avenue, Main Street, and Culver Drive loop back into Irvine.

OC Ride for AIDS • Interactive Map

OC Ride for AIDS • Pictures

OC Ride for AIDS • Live Oak Canyon
Live Oak Canyon
See Also: Gran Fondos & Centuries