About our Organisation
Bio-Identical Hormone Replacement
S.C.O.R., which stands for "Specialized Coronary Outpatient Rehabilitation," was founded 1974 by Randy Ice, P.T., C.C.S. We are an incorporated, non-profit recreational bicycling club which encourages bicycling as form of rehabilitative therapy after heart attack, coronary bypass surgery, angioplasty, stents, congestive heart failure and other forms of heart disease.
SCOR members promote safe cycling and emphasize the heath benefits of cycling and related activities. Members sponsor and volunteer at the Solvang Century, Metric and Half Century bike rides. The money we ravtise from these rides supports Camp Bon Couer, Camp del Corazon and Camp Taylor. These are camps for children with unusually severe congenital heart disease who for the first time in their life get to experience summer camping activities in a medically supervised environment with their peers. SCOR has been sponsoring these camps for over 31 years. We also donate to the Tour de Cure American Diabetes Association ride and have done so for many years as well. Our current headquarters is located in Whittier, California. To learn more about becoming a member of SCOR, please call 1 800 548 4447, or visit our website at WWW.SCORCCC.COM
Over the years, we have always emphasized bicycle safety (we were one of the first rides to make helmets mandatory). In fact, our accident rate of one injury per 182,500 person-miles ridden in the last 34 years is lower than the accident rate training where you live, suggesting that you as a rider are safer in our rides despite the number of participants.
The money SCOR has raised has funded four Team SCOR’s in the Race Across America relay division, Make A Wish Foundation, the American Diabetes Association, the AXA World Team Ride and the three children’s congenital heart disease summer camps listed above.
Randy Ice, P.T. C.C.S. has many years of experience working with cyclists of all abilities from novice to competitive CAT 1 and RAAM racers. He founded SCOR Cardiac Cyclists Club in 1974 to meet the endurance exercise needs of people with cardiovascular disease. In the early 1980's, Randy began testing and training ultramarathon cyclists for RAAM and currently serves as medical consultant/board member for the Ultramarathon Cycling Association, and Bicycling Magazine, He has written extensively on nutrition, biomechanics and training. Randy is a graduate of USC and is a certified Cardiopulmonary Specialist. He began his cycling injury and analysis program in 1984 out of a need in the cycling community and as a personal interest.
A bio-mechanically based fitting of the cyclist with his/her bike for the
purpose of preventing or correcting overuse injury, optimizing power
output and or determining optimal frame size. For those in pain while
riding (neck, back, knee, feet etc.) and in depth evaluation will be performed
to determine anatomical, bio-mechanical and or bicycle-related causes:
Recommendations and corrections may include:
Time required: 60 - 90 minutes $195
Call (800) 548-4447 for any questions or to set up an appointment.
Our Pro Bike Fitting service is mobile and can come to your work or home.
% body fat, lean body mass and recommendations for how to improve body composition to ideal values for your age group. $10
One of our sponsors, the Vintage Medical Group has been a pioneer in the establishment of a bio-identical hormone replacement clinic for over 16 years.
It is now well-documented that bio-identical hormone replacement in aging men and women can have tremendous health benefits, improve cycling performance as well as recovery from training, improve muscle strength, reduce the risk of certain other diseases, increase bone density as well as libido, energy and sense of well being in a safe manner.
Vintage has helped over 700 clients achieve these results and can do the same for you. Our website is VintageMedicalGroup.com. For any questions you may have, or to schedule and appointment, call (760) 468-4718.
Registration will be limited to the first 3000 riders again this year! Register below online, or print out an entry form and mail it in with check or money order.
Online registration: ($125 Single Rider, $205 Tandem Bicycle Team)
Mail in registration: ($115 Single Rider, $195 Tandem Bicycle Team)
P.O. Box 2466
Fallbrook, CA 92028
Pre-Registration Deadline - February 22, 2017
All pre-registered riders will receive a confirmation email confirming their entry, bib number and souvenir items ordered. Please call our office at 1 800 548 4447
if there are any discrepancies on your email.
BRING THIS EMAIL AND A PHOTO ID WITH YOU TO THE REGISTRATION AREA TO PICKUP YOUR ROUTE SLIP, BIB NUMBER, YOUR BBQ LUNCH TICKET, SWAG AND RIDE SOUVENIRS.
Day-of-Event Registration will be available on Friday evening March 10th and Saturday morning March 11th. Follow us on Facebook to keep updated on the status of our registration numbers. Day-of-Event Registration fee will be $130.00 single rider, $210.00 Tandem Bicycle Team.
Souvenirs may be ordered online or by mail until February 22, 2017 for pickup at the event. In the event you are unable to attend, we will mail your souvenirs to the entry form address. Souvenirs will be available for purchase at the cycling festival in SCOR booth on a first come, first served basis. If we run out of any souvenirs, we will take orders and mail the items to you 2-3 weeks after the ride. You may also purchase souvenirs at our Online-Shop without registering for the ride.
If something changes in your schedule at the last minute and prevents your attendance, we will issue a voucher that may be redeemed and used to enter the 2018 Solvang Century, Metric & Half Century without financial consequence. You must notify us of your inability to attend by no later than 02/22/2017 to receive a voucher. Any souvenirs ordered from this year will be mailed to you in the week following the ride.
SCOR has arranged to make available to our riders a new AIG Insurance policy called "Registration Saver." The policy covers your non-refundable registration fee, plus any travel expenses, if applicable. For an additional 6% of your registration fee and related travel costs, the policy reimburses you in the event unforeseen circumstances prevent you from riding, including sickness, injury, active military duty, job transfer, traffic accident, etc. To learn more about the coverage and apply for a policy, visit www.registrationsaver.com/?Code=u4if
PROBIKEFITS are available to anyone wishing to enter and will have their entry fee waived. Randy Ice PT, CCS has 30 years of fitting experience and will make you more comfortable on your bike as well as relieve any pain syndromes you may be suffering from. The cost of a PROBIKEFIT is $195. The service is mobile and can come to your home or work.
Call 1 800 548 4447 or (760) 468-4718 for more information or to schedule an appointment.
DEADLINE – FEBRUARY 22, 2017
Beautiful 100 mile route that will be used for the 2017 Solvang Century on March 11th. Rolling hills with a total elevation gain of approximately 5000 feet.
100 miles distance 5000 feet Elevation Rating
70.3 miles distance + 3798 / - 3797 feet Elevation Rating
51.0 miles distance + 2018 / - 2019 feet Elevation Rating
6:00 PM Registration Opens, Hotel Corque Banquet Room
6:00 PM Cycling Festival Opens
10:00 PM Registration and Cycling Festival Close
6:00 AM Registration Opens, Hotel Corque Banquet Room
6:30 AM 100 Mile Ride Start (Staggered)
7:00 AM 70 Mile Ride Start (Staggered)
9:00 AM 50 Mile Ride Start (Staggered)
10:00 AM-6:00 PM Cycling Festival Open, Massage Therapists Available
1100 AM-6:00 PM BBQ Lunch, Music, Beer and Party Time!
3:00 PM Raffle
6:00 PM All Courses Swept for Last Riders
6:30 PM All Courses Closed
7:00 PM 35th Solvang Century Saturday Night Dance/Show at the Marriott Hotel in Buellton
Located in the rear parking lot of the Hotel Corque, there will be over 30 cycling related vendors, a live DJ for your musical entertainment, massage therapists, cold draft beer provided by 2 local breweries and a BBQ Lunch Meal cooked by the Hotel Corque staff as they have done in the past many years. Lunch tickets will also be available at the Festival site for friends, family members or guests. Cost is $20.
Prizes will be available for pickup after 2:00 pm at the SCOR merchandise booth until 6:00 PM.
Winners do NOT have to be present to win. Be sure to place raffle stubs in the Raffle Drum located in the SCOR Event Merchandise booth before the beginning of the ride.
The event will take place RAIN OR SHINE!
ALL EVENT PHOTOS WILL BE AVAILABLE WITHIN 72 HOURS AT: www.Photocrazy.com
Please note the time on the Photocrazy clock when you pass the photographer on the road.
Volunteers are always needed to work the Registration area, SAG stops or the Finish Line. All volunteers will receive a free Event T-shirt and BBQ lunch for their efforts. Contact 1 800 548 4447 if you would like to volunteer for a fun day of helping grateful cyclists!
SCOR will continue its tradition of donating to Camp Bon Coeur, Camp del Corazon and Camp Taylor, three children’s congenital heart disease summer camps designed to give children between the ages of 8 and 17 a medically supervised camping experience that they would not normally have available to them due to the severity of their illness and multiple heart surgeries. For more information any of these three super camps go to:
We also continue to donate to the Long Beach Tour de Cure Ride every April.
Helmets are mandatory. You do not have to show helmets at registration. SCOR will have helmets available for purchase in the SCOR merchandise booth. It is recommended each rider bring (2) water bottles, a tube, patch kit, tire levers, pump, a spare tire and warm clothing in layers that can be shed as the day warms up and carried with you. Bring rain gear if need be. Clothing drops will be available at the SAG stop #1 and SAG stop #2.
THIS IS NOT A RACE!
PLEASE BE COURTEOUS OF LOCAL DRIVERS AND TRAFFIC.
PLEASE OBEY ALL TRAFFIC LAWS! The CHP and Sheriff’s Dept. will be on course to direct traffic at key intersections. Be sure to come to a complete stop at all traffic signals and stop signs not controlled by law enforcement personnel.
RIDE SINGLE FILE PLEASE!!
Note: Riders who violate vehicle code laws, ride unsafely, are discourteous, rude or dangerous to other riders (or law enforcement personnel) will not be allowed to enter future SCOR events and will receive tickets for vehicle code violations.
Pacelines - If you ride in a paceline, please announce “on your left” when passing other riders. Please understand that you assume all liabilities and risks for riding in a paceline. Please pass riders with at least two feet of clearance between you and the rider you pass on the left.
No personal support vehicles please!! Trikke bikes are prohibited.
Headphones, Walkmans and iPods are forbidden by law!
The Hotel Corque is the official host hotel. For room reservations
call: (805) 688-8000
The Chumash Casino Hotel has added 300 new rooms now available in Santa Ynez. Go to www.chumashcasino.com/resort/hotel for room reservations.
SCOR has a limited number of Platinum Packages that includes the entry fee, two nights lodging at the Hotel Corque, jersey, BBQ lunch, six raffle tickets and a finisher’s certificate.
Call the SCOR office at: 1 800 548 4447 to make your reservation which guarantees you Friday and Saturday night accommodations.
A website offers a variety of alternative room options including time share condos, local bed-breakfast places, private bedrooms, etc. Go to www.airbnb.com to find the right lodging for your needs.
The following Chambers of Commerce and their websites can help you find a room. For overnight camping or RV parking call Flying Flags Camp-ground in Buellton (805) 688-3716. In Santa Maria, call the Radisson Hotel (800) 395-7046 for room reservations.
SCOR also has a limited supply of private in-home rooms available to rent. We keep a log of local homeowners who for a fee, will rent out an extra bedroom or two for the weekend. Call the SCOR office at 1 800 548 4447 for either the Platinum Package info or to obtain in-home room contacts.