California Coastal Ride for Hemophilia 2016: August 13 - August 20

2016 marks the 15th year of the California Coastal Ride for Hemophilia, von Willebrand Disease and other bleeding disorders. The California Coastal Ride is a fitness challenge benefiting all four California Hemophilia Chapters & the Hemophilia Council of California. Cycle over 500 miles from San Francisco to San Diego in one week to support the bleeding disorders community. 
The ride begins with a kick-off dinner on Saturday, August 13 in San Francisco and concludes on Saturday, August 20 in San Diego. Registered riders embark on a seven-day journey along California's majestic Highway 1 for an experience like no other. From the rugged mountains of the north to the bustling beach cities of the south, you will see it all! This ride is truly a coastal ride adventure where you will test your ability and challenge yourself each day. You will ride through the coastal towns of Santa Cruz, Monterey, Big Sur, San Simeon, Pismo Beach, Santa Barbara, and Dana Point.
The Hemophilia Council of California (HCC) is a collaboration of the four hemophilia chapters serving California. HCC's mission is to support the four California hemophilia chapters and improve the quality of life of people with bleeding disorders. HCC coordinates the advocacy concerns of chapters and individuals with bleeding disorders, runs leadership programs and organizes an annual legislative day to give a voice to the bleeding disorders community in the state Capitol.


 
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