2017 PDC Final Rider Inst / Nov Updates Email

Email sent Nov 6, '17

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Dear Palm Desert Century Registered Rider,
Thank You for joining the 7th Annual Palm Desert Century (PDC).  We're pleased to report a field size of 305 Registered Riders.  Please check your Name & Bib # on the Riders List.  MANY THANKS for your help spreading the word!  There's a special Friends & Family discount coupon at the bottom of this email.        
SPECIAL NOTE: California & Municipal Permitting & Traffic Control requirements are at an all time high due to incidents & tragedies at other events. The cost of producing a Safe & Fully-compliant cycling event has skyrocketed! Now, more than ever, please encourage your cycling friends to join you at the Palm Desert Century for a SAFE & WELL-ORGANIZED ride.  Shadow Tour ALWAYS PLACES YOUR SAFETY & COMFORT ABOVE EVERYTHING ELSE!

With just 6 days until PDC rolls on Sat, Nov 11, '17, it's time for one last email with important final details about the ride.  Please take about 30 minutes to carefully read this email & study your Rider Instructions (see below for more download links). Also, closely review the Course Strip Map, containing vital course, and support details.

As a reminder, SAFETY is the top priority of this event.  Every Rider & Volunteer must stay alert at all times.  THIS IS NOT A RACE!  OBEY ALL TRAFFIC LAWS.  Read & follow all instructions in your Rider Instructions.   Take 'er easy out there and watch out for each other.  Point out obstacles to riders following behind and signal your turning intentions.  A little on-route courtesy goes a long way.  If a motorist passes you with extra space, give 'em a thumbs up!  The motorist behind them will see that and likely give you more space too.  The cooler we are, the cooler they are.

Be the Rock Steady Rider who reads the instructions, knows what to expect, and follows all the rules.

Please visit "Latest News" for any last-minute updates just before the event.


Final November Rider Updates:

1.  Weather:  Experienced Shadow Tour riders know a desert century is ALL ABOUT THE WEATHER!  The weather picture looks excellent for ride weekend, lots of sunshine & warm in the afternoon.  As of Mon, Nov 6th, Accuweather forecast for Palm Desert on Sat, Nov 11th, calls for "Partly Sunny", Lo 64F, Hi 83F.  Winds will be light & variable from the NNW at 5-8 MPH.  This is an EXCELLENT forecast for our event!  Desert weather changes frequently, click here for up-to-date forecasts.

  a. Clothing:  Expect a mild A.M. & warm to hot P.M.  We recommend starting with a light base layer under your jersey, arm coolers, and a wind vest.

   b. Ride to Mecca:  Mecca is situated about 180 feet below Sea Level and Palm Desert is at El 224 ft.  This means cool morning air collects down to Mecca.  Expect cooler early morning temps to continue all the way to Mecca.  In the afternoon it reverses, temps are warmer in the below sea-level zone.  Stay hydrated!

   c.  Safety:  This wide temperature differential means every rider needs to use even more caution while riding.  Arrive with full water bottles & Camelbaks. Drink extra water, right from the start, even if you're not thirsty. Especially riders from the coast not accustomed to extremely low humidity.  By noon, it will almost certainly be much warmer. Mild wind forecasts are usually underestimated. Expect/anticipate side wind gusts.  Be ready at all times with a solid grip on your handlebars.

   d.  Gear Drop:  There will be a gear bag drop at the Start, near the Reg Tent, and at REST STOP #1 ONLY (NO OTHER REST STOPS!). Do not leave valuables, as we cannot guarantee security.  Write your Name & Bib # on the outside of the bag.  At Rest Stop #1, gear bags are picked up at 10:00 A.M. and returned to the Finish in Palm Desert.  Do not ask vol's to accept gear bags after 10:00 A.M, nor at any other Rest Stop. 

   e.  Return Ride to Palm Desert:  The current weather picture suggests tailwinds on the outbound direction, with mostly side & headwinds returning to Palm Desert, depending upon where riders choose to turn around. The desert is NOTORIOUS for unpredictable temperature swings with headwinds and side winds all the way back from Chiriaco Summit to Palm Desert.  Be mentally ready!      
   f.  Plan Your Ride & Ride Your Plan!  The weather forecast is the Desert being the Desert.  During 32 previous desert events, Shadow Tour riders have learned that desert weather is always tricky! On Sat, riders need to be ready for anything. Preparation & Flexibility are key. First, see how you feel on Sat morning. Bring & wear extra clothing in layers to retain warmth if it's cool when you arrive. Next, evaluate the weather that you actually see & feel on Sat morning. Third, break your ride down into smaller pieces. Take it Rest-Stop-by-Rest Stop, or even hour-by-hour. Constantly reassess how you feel. Err to the side of caution by turning back early.  At Rest Stops, check winds in the direction of the return trip. The return ride is usually more challenging, especially for full course riders. If in doubt, make a Safe & Legal u-turn, and ride back to Palm Desert.

   g.  Strava Palm Desert Century Full Course:   Here's a Strava link to the Official 2017 Palm Desert Century Full Course, Event Director (Jim Knight) pre-ride on Oct 26, '17. From this link, riders may download GPX & TCX files of the full course route. Be prepared for sand & potholes (and debris/hazards) on the edges of the road, and in the bike lanes, all along the route, but especially on Box Canyon segments. Riders wishing to get EXACTLY 100.0 miles, ride about .5 mile past the turnaround, to a point just before the Interstate 10 Freeway on/off ramps.  Or, add about .8 miles once across the finish line inside University Park (closed to vehicle traffic).  Note: recent resurfacing construction on Box Canyon (miles 35 - 65) has produced additional loose sand & grit on the road surface. Use extra caution.

2.  Arrival & Venue Map:  This strip map is posted on the website and shows the location of University Park (Start/Finish), primary parking lot in University Village, and overflow Parking in "Lot B" at the CSUSB Campus.  Also shown are the Hampton Inn & Suites, Homewood Suites by Hilton Palm Desert, Residence Inn, Courtyard, and several Restaurants.  Click here for a downloadable PDF.
    a.  Host Hotel:   The Hampton Inn & Suites, located 1/4 mile from the Start/Finish in University Park, has a few remaining rooms, click here to book online.  Click here for more details on nearby event hotels and special rider rates.

   b.  Event Hotel: Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa:  About 4 miles from Start/Finish. Rider Special rates apply, based on availability.  Online booking link. 
   c. Arrival Coffee:  On Sat, Boys & Girls Clubs of Coachella Valley (BGCCV) Vol's have arranged for coffee generously donated by Starbucks.  The Vol's will set up the coffee station about 6:00 A.M. at the Reg Tent. Donations are much appreciated!

     d.  Fri & Sat:   Pueblo Viejo Grill Mexican Restaurant, located in University Village, near the Start/Finish, is kindly offering a special 10% discount to all PDC riders.  Just mention you're with the ride at the time you place your order.  Please say "hi" to Caesar or Norma, they've been good friends of PCD since the beginning.

      e. Hampton Inn/Starbucks/Subway/Arco AM/PM:  These businesses are located on Cook St, 1 block south after exiting Interstate 10, at the corner of Cook St & Gerald Ford Dr.    The Hampton Inn & Suites Palm Desert is offering a special rate to PDC riders, based on availability.  Starbucks & Subway are offering 10% discounts by mentioning the ride.  The Arco Station has (relatively) affordable gas.

3.  Parking: Parking lots open at 5:30 A.M. The University Village (adjacent to Start/Finish) has a capacity of 300+ cars.  The layout of the lot is elaborate, so be patient finding an open spot. Alternatively, the CSUSB Campus, located on the east side of Cook St, directly across from the Start/Finish, has a large parking lot "Lot B" ONLY. Riders desiring easier parking may park in the CSUSB "Lot B". Vol's will be at the Cook St park entrance directing arriving riders. Riders may select either parking lot, until The University Village lot is full, at which time all arriving riders must park in the CSUSB parking "Lot B". Please do not park in the Hilton, Carl's Jr, nor in the Dialysis Center reserved spaces.

 4.  Mini Rest Stop: For 20-Mile Course riders, there is a special Mini Rest Stop set up near Mile 6. This Rest Stop is exclusively for 20-Mile riders and should not be used by other riders unless there is an emergency. The Mini Rest stop is also situated at Mile 14 for riders returning from the 20 Mile Course. The Mini Rest Stop will be in operation from 7:00 to 11:00 A.M. For 2017, due to construction, the Mini Rest Stop has been moved about 500 yards west of it's traditional location, and is on the South (outbound) side of the road.

5.  Short Course Riders:  IMPORTANT, Short Course Rider MAY NOT RIDE BOX CANYON RD.  This segment is exclusively for Full Course Riders.  Short Course riders may upgrade to the Full Course for $15 at the Reg Tent on Fri or Sat.  Vol's at Rest Stop #3 will check wristbands to insure Short Course Riders do not ride Box Canyon Rd.  Besides being unfair to riders who paid for the Full Course, supplies at Rest Stops 3 & 4 are carefully planned based on Full Course rider pre-registrations.  Many Thanks for your understanding & compliance.

6.  Boys & Girls Club of Coachella Valley (BGCCV) Fundraising: The bulk of 2016 PDC Vol's are Boys & Girls Club Youths, Counselors, and Parents.  Let's all return the favor!  Here's their  Donation link.  Click thru and see riders who have already opened their hearts.  We send our sincere Gratitude.  Donating to the Boys & Girls Club cements the PDC commitment to assist local citizens and fosters Goodwill among the Desert Cities & Local Agencies. Other fundraising efforts at the event  include:

    a.  Arrival Coffee:  Next to Reg Tent on Sat morning.   Have a cup of hot Starbucks coffee!  No cost, however Donations to BGCCV gladly accepted. :)    

    b. Post-ride Expo:  Ice cold sodas and donated items will be for sale at the B&G Club Tent in the Expo, next to the Reg Tent. You're invited to stop by & learn more.  Please help fill the BGCCV Donation Jar!

7.  Club Competition:  Clubs, Teams, and Organizations are competing for most Club Members riding the Palm Desert Century.  This is part of the Shadow Tour Club Central Program.  Top Clubs will be posted on the website. Visit Club Central for more details and ask your Club Contacts to join! 

8.  Individual Time Trial Awards:  Chiriacco Summit Solo TT Results will be posted at the Reg Tent at about 4:00 P.M.  Top 5 Men Overall & Top 5 Women Overall receive custom acrylic trophies.  Please check with Jim at the Reg Tent 4:00-4:30 for results & exact time of informal awards ceremony.

Dear Palm Desert Century Registered Rider,

Thank You for joining the 7th Annual Palm Desert Century (PDC)!  We're pleased to report a field size of 270+ registered riders.  Please check your Name & Bib # on the Riders ListMANY THANKS for all your help in spreading the word!  There's a special last chance discount coupon for your friends & family at the bottom of this email.  PLEASE HELP SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT THIS RIDE TO YOUR CYCLING FRIENDS! 

SPECIAL NOTE:  California & Municipal Permitting & Traffic Control requirements are at an all time high due to recent incidents & tragedies at other events.  The cost of producing a Safe & Fully-compliant cycling event has skyrocketed!  Now, more than ever, please encourage all your cycling friends to join you at the Palm Desert Century for a SAFE & ORGANIZED ride.  Shadow Tour has ALWAYS PLACED YOUR SAFETY FIRST! 



With 11 days until PDC rolls on Sat, Nov 11, '17, it's time to provide very important specifics about the ride.  Please take about 30 minutes to carefully read this email and study your Rider Instructions.  Also review the Course Strip Map, containing vital course and support details.  We will send another update email in Oct, then again in early Nov, with final details & updates.

1.  Rider Instructions:  You may  download the Rider Instructions, or  view them on the website.  Carefully study these 3 pages and the 1-page Course Strip Map.  Cue Sheets/turn-by-turn directions for all courses will be at packet pick up.  

 Highlighted below are some of the most important details:     

a.  Start/Finish Directions & Location:  University Park, Palm Desert, CA

      -  Address:  74-902 College Drive, Palm Desert, CA 92211
      -  Google Maps/Directions:  Click here

      -  Park is newly constructed.  Use care with GPS devices & Mapquest.
      -  Actual Start/Finish:  Traffic Circle at the South end of University Park
          (near the entrance from Cook St)
      -  San Diego Riders:  We do not recommend driving on CA-79 through
           Temecula.  Best route to Palm Desert: I-15 to I-215 to CA-60 to I-10.
           Cook St is Exit 134 off I-10, then 2 blocks south, turn right into park. 

b.  Event Parking:  

-  Opens at 5:30 A.M, Sat, Nov 11, '17
-  Parking Volunteers/Police will direct arriving riders.
-  Be Patient!   PDC is a Rage-Free Zone!  (it's way too early to stress). 
-  Primary Parking:  University Village Parking Lots
-  Overflow Parking:  CSUSB Campus Parking Lot "B" (ONLY), located
    directly across Cook St.  Campus Lot "B" closes at 6:00 P.M.
-  Do not park in areas marked "No Parking" or "No Event Parking"
We're very fortunate to have permission to use these lots! 
    Please be cool out there.  Don't park in Homewood Suites spaces
    (unless you're a guest), nor in Carl's Jr, the Dialysis Clinic, or reserved
    spaces.  If in doubt, don't! 

c.  Rider Packet Pick up:  Riders may pick up packets on Fri or Sat.

       -  Fri, Nov 10, '17

           University Park, Registration Tent, next to the basketball court
           Noon to 8:00 P.M.
           May pick up friends' packets with permission note/email
           Walk-up Reg's, if not sold out.  Visit website first.  Cash/Credit Cards.
           Fri:  2-hr parking in University Village Lot  
         -Sat, Nov 11, '17

           University Park, Registration Tent, next to the basketball court
           5:45 to 8:00 A.M.
           May pick up friend's packets with permission note/email
           Walk-up Reg's, if not sold out.  Visit website first.  Cash/Credit Cards.
           Sat Event Parking in Univ. Village Lots & CSUSB Lot "B" until 6:00 P.M.

d.  Safety:  Rider safety is the most important aspect of the event.  

        -  This is a "Rules of the Road" event, meaning riders must comply with
            all Traffic Laws, including stopping at red Light Signals and Stop signs.
        -  Red Zones:   Potentially hazardous areas, max speed of 20 MPH, ride
            single file, with Extra Caution, as far to the right as safely possible.
            (1)  Ave 52 Traffic Circle:  Flow only North & South on Jefferson St.
                   thru Traffic Circle.  Traffic Circle is not a course turnaround point.
                   Use extra care as lanes have been realigned from 2 lanes to 1
                   entering the Traffic Circle (in 2015).

            (2)  Box Canyon Rd:  Both directions, ride to the right, call out passing
                   vehicles "Car back!", watch for uneven road surfaces, and loose sand
                   on road surface.  USE EXTRA CARE!

            (3)   All Left Turns on the course require extra vigilance.  Use arm
                    signals to communicate your intentions to traffic.  Announce
                    "Turning Left!" (and/or Right) to other riders.
       -  Riders ignoring Traffic Laws will be ticketed by Police, and will be
           disqualified from the event, and will not receive credit for completing
           the Full Century/Time Trial.  PDC is not a race, just take 'er easy!
        -  Bottom Line:  STAY ALERT!  Protect yourself at all times.  Ride
            safely & defensively, like your life depends on it, because it does!

e.  Bike Inspection:  We strongly recommend a complete Tune up and Safety
     Inspection of your bicycle prior to PDC.  The desert is no place for worn,
     or questionable tires, brakes, cables or wheels.  Each rider is responsible
     for their own bicycle's condition.

      Shadow Tour proudly welcomes Velofix back as Official Event Mechanics!
      Velofix mobile mechanics can come to your home or office (most major   
      markets) , and offer pick-up/drop-off service options.  Velofix will roam the
      course Saturday. 

      Please pay mechanics directly for any parts they replace.


f.  Start Times:  There will be a 'Start Window' from 6:30- 8:00 A.M. on Sat.
     Vol's will segment riders into waves of about 30, starting every 2-3 min.
     This is a mandatory Permit requirement.  Full Century Course riders
     should be in position near the park Traffic Circle Start Line by 6:30 A.M.  
     All riders may start 6:30-8:00 A.M, regardless of distance. 

2.  Volunteers Needed!!  Anyone interested in volunteering at PDC please
        contact Jim.  Please visit PDC Vols page for positions available.  Thanks!


        2017 Open Volunteer Positions:

        a.  Overnight Expo Guards, Fri Nov 10, 10:00 pm - Sat, Nov 11, 5:00 am (vol)
        b.  Sag Wagon Driver, Sat, Nov 11, 7 A.M. to 5 P.M. (vol)
3.  Boys & Girls Clubs of Coachella Valley: 

The Official 2017 PDC Charity is the Boys & Girls Clubs of Coachella Valley (BGCCV).  This is a BBGCCV major annual fundraiser.  The entire Volunteer base for the 2017 PDC Vol's are Boys & Girls Club Youths, Counselors, and Parents.  Let's all return the favor!

Here's their  2017 Online Donation Link . 

Please click thru and see riders who have already opened their hearts.  We send our sincere Gratitude.  Donating to the Boys & Girls Club cements the PDC commitment to assist local citizens and fosters Goodwill among the Desert Cities & Local Agencies. Other fundraising efforts at the event  include: 

    a.  Arrival Coffee:  Next to Reg Tent on Sat morning.   Have a cup of hot Starbucks coffee!  No cost, however Donations to BGCCV gladly accepted. :)

    b. Post-ride Expo:  Ice cold sodas and donated items will be for sale at the B&G Club Tent in the Expo, next to the Reg Tent. You're invited to stop by & learn more.  Please help fill the BGCCV Donation Jar!

Many Thanks!

4.  Rider Levels:  This webpage provides a wealth of no-nonsense advice on how to prepare and ride PDC.   There are comprehensive details about the course, weather factors, hydration techniques, and more.  Your input is requested following the ride to improve this advice for future riders.

5.  Preparation:  Preparation is the key to a successful desert ride.  That includes the obvious, being well-conditioned for the distance you wish to ride, but it also includes mental prep.  Become well-informed about the event.  Study the Rider Instructions ahead of time.  Knowing what to expect builds confidence and leaves less to chance.  It also widens the safely margin.  Have a Ride Plan in advance.  Use a checklist before leaving home to ensure you have your helmet, shoes, gloves, full water bottles, etc.  Make the last checklist item a final visit to the Palm Desert website for last-minute changes, or updates.  PDC is the 33rd Shadow Tour cycling event.  We've learned things can (and usually do) change at the last minute.  Weather is a good example.  Be flexible!  

6.  Ride Smart:  A 100-mile ride is a supreme single-day endurance test.  Treat it with much due respect.  Break your own ride distance into bite-sized chunks.  Don't exceed your limits.  Non-emergency SAG's are no fun, sitting on the floor of a bumpy cargo van.  Ride one Rest Stop at a time.  Plan your Ride & Ride your Plan!

7.  Go Easy on Vols & be Cool:   Vol's are doing their best to support you, but they won't know every event detail.  Be flexible!  We'll listen carefully and implement your constructive feedback in future years.  Perfection is our Goal, not our Promise.  Take care of yourself and be safe.  Help other PDC riders needing assistance if you can.  Be the Rock Steady Rider who reads the instructions, knows what to expect, and follows all the rules.        

8.  Lodging Options:  Special pricing is available at a few nearby hotels.  All rooms and special prices are subject to room availability.  Now is the time to make your reservations.  These hotels sold out last year and will do so again.      
     a.  Host Hotel:  Hampton Inn & Suites, located 1/4 mile from Start/Finish.
                                  Rider Special rates apply, based on availability.  Booking Link.
     b.  Event Hotels:

            (1)   Miramonte Indian Wells Resort & Spa:  About 4 miles from Start/Finish.
                    Rider Special rates apply, based on availability.   Online booking link.
            (2)  Residence Inn by Marriott, about 1/2 mile from Start/Finish
                   No special rates offered.
            (3)  Courtyard by Marriott, about 1/2 mile from Start/Finish
                   No special rates offered. 
            (4)  Homewood Suites by Hilton, located adjacent to University Park
                   Availability is limited, book your rooms today!  No special rates offered.

     c.  Lodging info, click here for details for each property.

9.  Palm Desert Jerseys:  
      a.  1st Production Run: The 1st run of jerseys submitted to Voler on
           Sep 10, '17.  These jerseys will be available at the event.  Price $85. 
      b.  New Process!  After Sep 10, riders may purchase 2017 Palm Desert
           Century Jerseys directly from Voler (jersey manufacturer).  These jerseys
           will be mailed in one week, with free shipping!  Click here.  Price: $90.


       c.   Inventory:  A few jerseys will be for sale at the event.
             Price:  $90 (Fri) and $95 (Sat).  

10.  Custom Finishers Medal and Pin:  All registered riders receive a custom
        Finishers Medal and Pin.



11.   Fineline Custom T-shirt:  Pre-ordered optional "Tec" T-shirts will be available at the event.  A limited supply of inventory T-shirts will be available. Price:  $30 pre-ordered, Fri & Sat: $32/$35.



12.  Time Trial Clarification:  The Red Zone designation for Box Canyon Rd (both up & down) imposes a Max Speed of 20 MPH.  However, Riders participating in the Time Trial may exceed the 20 MPH limit ON THE ASCENT ONLY.  It's difficult to reach 20+ MPH riding uphill, but the fastest riders will find the flat spots and may exceed 20+ MPH.  However, all riders must use common sense and not cause any unsafe situations to develop.  Ride as far to the right as possible and always call out "Passing!" when overtaking riders.  Only pass when it's absolutely safe to do so.  Be mindful that the road narrows with riders and vehicles flowing in both directions.  Check ahead and behind before passing.
13.  Time Trial Timing Chips:  The optional 15 mile Time Trial (TT) on Box Canyon is timed using microchips attached to ankle bracelets. Paid "Full Century with TT" Riders need to pick up their timing chip at the Reg Tent on Fri & Sat.  Riders first pick up their rider packet, then go to the CEP Timing booth co-located at the Reg Tent to draw a timing chip.

Once issued, the rider is responsible to return the chip at the Time Trial finish line at Chiriaco Summit.  Chips may also be turned at the Start/Finish in Palm Desert.  If  picking up timing chips on Fri, don't forget to wear the chip on Sat, i.e, don't leave it in your room!  No replacement chips will be issued. Chips not returned at the event will result in an $85 replacement charge.  Paid "Full Century" Riders may upgrade to "Full Century w/TT" on Fri & Sat (no charge) and draw a timing chip.  "Short Course" Riders are not eligible for the Time Trial, but may upgrade on Fri & Sat for $15.

14.  Super Century Option: 
We've received some questions on this. Here's how it works:  paid "Full Century" & "Full Century w/TT" may ride the 130-mile Super Century.  There is no additional fee.  The course uses the same 100-mile century route, with the addition of an extra round-trip on Box Canyon Rd to Chiriaco Summit (15 + 15 miles), adding 30 miles.  There is a Noon time cut-off at the Rest Stop #3 at the start of Box Canyon Rd.  In order to ride up the hill a 2nd time, riders must be at the start (Rest Stop #3) NLT Noon.  All Super Century Riders need to insure their wristbands are marked (twice) at the Chiriaco Summit Turnaround and must check in at the Finish Line and let Vol's know you rode the Super Century in order to be recorded as completing it. 

15.  Club Challenge:  Competition among Clubs, Teams, and Organizations (Clubs) for most PDC registered riders.  Encourage your Club leaders to visit Club Central for more details about Club Discounts, Free Exposure, and the Club Challenge! 
16.  PDC Galleries:  Click here to visit the flash version of the Palm Desert Century course preview photos (courtesy of Armando Estrada).

     a.  2011:  Click here.  Photos courtesy of Armando Estrada
     b.  2012:  Click here.  Photos courtesy of SCS Photoworks.
     c.  2013:  Click here.  Photos courtesy of SCS Photoworks.
     d.  2014:  Click here.  Photos courtesy of SCS Photoworks.
     e.  2015:  Click here.  Photos courtesy of SCS Photoworks.
     f.  2016:  Click here:  Photos courtesy of Impact Foto.

17.  Friend us on Facebook!

      Palm Desert Century Fan Page

      Shadow Tour Group


We'll be in touch again with a Final Rider Update in early Nov.  Until then, continue to enjoy your fall cycling season.  And please always keep it safe out there!


Jim Knight

Event Director/Managing Member
Shadow Tour, LLC

Editor's Note:   Apologies, in advance, for any mistakes, typo's, oversights, or factual errors in this Newsletter.  Visit ShadowTour.com for corrections, if applicable.  As always, I'll work to improve in the future.   ~Jim

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