On April 6, 2014, you can be one of a select group of riders to join the 2014 Campagnolo Gran Fondo San Diego. Maybe this is the year you'll tackle the 105-mile Gran Fondo, traversing the Great Western Loop in East County. Perhaps the Medio or Piccolo are the rides for you. Regardless, from the Ferrari-led rollout through Little Italy to the last bite of post-ride pasta, you'll love the entire Campagnolo Gran Fondo San Diego experience.
Registration is already open for 2014, with special pricing available
for the first 100 riders Hurry and register today to take advantage of our Early Bird discounts and ensure that you have a spot. The 2014 Campagnolo Gran Fondo San Diego will sell out.
Our classic 105-mile Gran Fondo Route includes the “Great Western Loop”, a San Diego favorite that cruises through East County’s backcountry and climbs to a maximum elevation of 2,600 ft. The Gran Fondo Route boasts 5,000 cumulative feet of elevation gain, the Honey Springs Climb, and five well-stocked aid stations.
The Medio Fondo Route stretches from the Pacific Ocean to the San Diego backcountry and Otay Lakes in Chula Vista. In terms of both distance and elevation gain (1,500 ft), the Medio Fondo is well-balanced between the longer and shorter route options. It offers three well-stocked aid stations.
By popular demand, we will continue to offer the 38-mile Piccolo Fondo Route. Designed for riders who want a Gran Fondo experience, yet prefer less riding distance, this route features a flat-to-rolling course with two well-stocked aid stations and just 900 total feet of climbing.
Attention riders the KOM is back for 2014. All riders can look forward to the return of the timed climb on Honey Springs. Awards presented to all age groups male and female.