166 / 33 Lunch Loop
July 8 @ 9:15 am - 3:30 pm
- Road Captain: Richard ‘Dragonslayer’ Oberly
- Departure Briefing: 9:15 am
- Departure Time: 9:30 am
- Departure Point: Chevron Station on Santa Maria Way and Bradley
CE – THIS IS A CLOSED RIDE TO THE PUBLIC. MEMBERS MAY BRING TWO GUESTS WITH THEM.
PLEASE ARRIVE 20 – 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE PRE-RIDE BRIEFING! (This will allow you time to visit other riders, use the restroom, fuel up, get a cup of coffee, etc.)
PLEASE BRING YOUR SM HOG MEMBERSHIP CARD FOR CURRENT STATUS!
Ride Rating: Moderate
The return trip to Santa Maria will be the destination / termination point for this ride.
Leaving the parking lot will make a right turn toward the traffic light and being careful of the blind curve on your left and pulling into the left hand turn lane. We will go under the overpass to the Highway 101 freeway and head north. We will stay on the 101 freeway until the Highway 166 exit on the right. Making a right onto Highway 166 and staying on 166 for approximately 60-miles. We will make a right turn into the New Cuyama Park. This will be a short stop, shedding clothes, potty and drinking some water (30-minutes). Leaving the park, we will be making a right onto Highway 166 for another 10-miles and then we will make a right on CA 33. Staying on CA 33 for 59- miles to Ojai. Along the way we will take in some great scenery, twisties, and curvy roads. We will be traveling staggered and single file off and on. Getting into Ojai we will make a left at the traffic light on Highway 150. We will travel maybe 2-miles to the Chevron on the left. We will fuel up and then go across the street to the Ojai Pizza place. Great food. Getting back on the main road (Highway 150) going in the direction we came in.
Following that road for a bit then making a right onto Baldwin Road which is still Highway 150. Staying Highway 150 it will change into La Casitas Pass Road which is still 150. After a few miles we will turn right onto Highway 192 the Frontage Road. There we will stay until we come to San Marcos Pass (Highway 154) in Santa Barbara. Making a right we will stay on 154 till we come to the 101 freeway heading North to Santa Maria.
Santa Maria being the termination point of the ride.
Any questions you can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or (805) 698-6353. This is an all day ride.
Richard ‘Dragonslayer’ Oberly