Bike riders race through SCV

149 riders start the 100 mile timed bike ride of the inaugural Gran Fondo Bike Race of Santa Clarita on Saturday morning to benefit the Davis Phinney foundation for Parkinsons. The day long event featuring two distance rides and family entertainment was held at The City of Santa Clarita Activity Center in Santa Clarita. Dan Watson/The Signal
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Jennifer Tetrick, left, and Jess Cerra, participants of the 100 mile timed bike ride of the inaugural Grand Fondo Bike Race of Santa Clarita take a selfie before the race which started at The City of Santa Clarita Activity Center in Santa Clarita. Dan Watson/The Signal
Jennifer Tetrick, left, and Jess Cerra, participants of the 100 mile timed bike ride of the inaugural Grand Fondo Bike Race of Santa Clarita take a selfie before the race which started at The City of Santa Clarita Activity Center in Santa Clarita. Dan Watson/The Signal
Event director Robb Mesecher welcomes the riders of the 100 mile timed bike ride of the inaugural Grand Fondo Bike Race of Santa Clarita on Saturday morning to benefit the Davis Phinney foundation for Parkinsons. The day long event featuring two distance rides and family entertainment was held at The City of Santa Clarita Activity Center in Santa Clarita. Mesecher said he was thankful to the City of Santa Clarita for their help in making the event happen and the 500 expected riders for their support to a great cause the Davis Phinney foundation for Parkinsons. Dan Watson/The Signal
Event director Robb Mesecher welcomes the riders of the 100 mile timed bike ride of the inaugural Grand Fondo Bike Race of Santa Clarita on Saturday morning to benefit the Davis Phinney Foundation for Parkinsons. The day long event featuring two distance rides and family entertainment was held at The City of Santa Clarita Activity Center in Santa Clarita. Mesecher said he was thankful to the City of Santa Clarita for their help in making the event happen and the 500 expected riders for their support to a great cause the Davis Phinney foundation for Parkinsons. Dan Watson/The Signal
Newhall resident Thomas Hartwick, front, waits for the start of the 100 mile timed bike ride of the inaugural Grand Fondo Bike Race of Santa Clarita which started at The City of Santa Clarita Activity Center in Santa Clarita. Hartwick said he was Happy to be part of the inaugural race and also help out a great charity. Dan Watson/The Signal
Newhall resident Thomas Hartwick, front, waits for the start of the 100 mile timed bike ride of the inaugural Grand Fondo Bike Race of Santa Clarita which started at The City of Santa Clarita Activity Center in Santa Clarita. Hartwick said he was Happy to be part of the inaugural race and also help out a great charity. Dan Watson/The Signal

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