The classic 2014.

2014 information will be posted in the coming months!


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  • By Matthew - on Reply

    I’ve been a race marshal in the past few years wearing an orange shirt, helping to direct traffic and keep everyone safe. I think that this is a great event and an opportunity for our city to be hosts for a national event. It’s just a blast to see the races downtown!

  • By Dan Rendler - President, Redlands Bicycle Classic - on Reply

    On behalf of the Redlands Bicycle Classic Board of Trustees, welcome to the 2011 version of our website. Special thanks to Matt and our friends at Whitefrog for taking our website to the next level.

    The Redlands Bicycle Classic has a rich history of putting on a world class cycling event and this year, the 27th year of the Classic, will be no exception. Our “All Volunteer” Organizing Committee has been working very hard to make this year’s event happen. We are very thankful for the generosity of all our volunteers and sponsors. Without them we would not be able to have this important cycling and community event. Please contact us if you are interested in volunteering or sponsorship.

    Over the years, the Redlands Bicycle Classic has become far more than just a bike race. It is a well established tradition that brings the Inland Empire communities and the professional and amateur cycling communities together in a healthy and family oriented environment. We are looking forward to once again have competitors of all abilities, ranging from world class athletes to youngsters on tricycles, with fans of all ages energetically cheering on their favorite riders.

    We hope to see you out on your bike, enjoying the festival and cheering on your favorite riders.


    Daniel J. Rendler
    President, Redlands Bicycle Classic

  • By Jackie T - on Reply

    GREAT event and unbelievable 27th year. Looking forward to following via Twitter feed and see how the Pro Team does at this NRC event.

  • By Mercedes Martinez - on Reply

    Raul Alcala is racing this year. He was in the first edition with a mexican team. And back with the 7-eleven team in 1986. This was his first race as a professional with the 7-11. It’s going to be exciting to see him race again here!!!

  • By newbiebiker - on Reply

    Hello All. I signed up for the 35-44 male public fun ride. I’m just wondering if this is actually a fun ride or a race. If a race, what would be the estimated average speed for above group? I’ve never race before nor do I think I could sustain a very high speed for 7 miles (20+ mph), maybe around 17-18 mph on flat :)… please advice if I should even try. Thanks.

  • By 1sttimeracer - on Reply

    re-newbiebiker–my first race as well and am about the same speed. i don’t know what to expect and hoping not to get flattened or lapped!

  • By newbiebiker - on Reply

    re:1sttimeracer, I will make a last minute decision if I really want to race. :) If I do…I’ll try at least to not get lapped and just have fun with it :)

  • By Nathan - on Reply

    I must say I’m suddenly glad I won’t be the only first-time racer in the men’s 35-44 event! Looking forward to riding with you all!

  • By Antonio - on Reply

    First let me say that this is all impossible without the work of volunteers. I thank all who participate to make this happen, and I hope I can join you again. This is what I am proud of as a Redlandser.

    With most respect I hope to convey this to the orginazation.I would dearly like to see up-to-date website posting in regards to standings. Heck, velonews has a few lines about what’s going on, and has the best beat on it of all. They have a report, and actual standings. This site may have “the top 10 spectator spots”, but when are they happening, and for what race? If your don’t have a local newspaper, it’s a bit of a mystery id’nt it:/
    Cheers RBC!

  • By results - on Reply

    You’re missing an opportunity to capitalize on the race and this website. No results for Stage 1 and it’s Saturday. No results available to Cyclingnews or Velonews?

  • By cid breyer - on Reply

    The Inland Orange Conservancy is needing to know when the race will be held in 2012 – they held it on the same weekend as the classic this year and don’t want to do that again next year.
    Thanks! Cid Breyer

    • By admin - on Reply

      Hi Cid – the dates for 2012 are March 22 to 25. We are posting them on the website today. Let us know when you have your event and we’ll make sure to post a link to it in our community section!

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REDLANDS – The staff of the Redlands Bicycle Classic presented by San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and the cycling community are grieving the tragic loss of Erica Greif, a 24-year-old cyclist en route to race in the Redlands Bicycle Classic who was killed in an auto accident on Tuesday night. Redlands Bicycle Classic President
Download PDF version: RBC-Teams PR_PUBLISH For Immediate Release Press Information: Scott Welsh E-mail: [email protected] For Immediate Release: Thursday, April 2, 2015                   Redlands, CA: With racing action and the official kick-off of the 2015 National Racing Calendar just a few days away, the Redlands Bicycle Classic Organizing Committee has revealed
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