Southern California "Bikes & Burritos" Overnight Bicycle Tour - March 10th

Join Me On My First Ever Southern California “Bikes & Burritos” Overnight Bicycle Tour

Hotel California with two bike tourists

If you live in the Southern California area, consider joining me on March 10, 2018 for my first ever “Bikes & Burritos” Overnight Bike Tour in the Camarillo/Point Mugu area. We’ll be cycling from my parents’ home in Camarillo, California to the beach and then spending the night at Sycamore Canyon Campground on the shores of Point Mugu.

This is your opportunity to cycle with me, meet other Bicycle Touring Pro readers, and enjoy a scenic overnight bike tour along the coast of Southern California. Click here to sign up for the tour!

Hotel California with two bike tourists


Caming in Sycamore Canyon Campground

Here’s The Plan:

March 10, 2018 – 12:00 PM: We’ll meet in Camarillo, prepare our bicycles and then take off on a flat 20 mile bike ride from the farmlands of Camarillo to the scenic seascapes of Point Mugu.

Then we’ll make camp for the night in Sycamore Canyon Campground, which is situated just a short walk away from the Pacific Ocean. After showering and setting up camp, we’ll eat Mexican burritos from my favorite local restaurant (Chipotle) and tell stories around a campfire.

March 11, 2018: After a good night’s rest in our tents, we’ll pack up our bicycles, eat a quick breakfast, and then cycle 20 miles back to Camarillo.

When & Where?

Start Time: March 10, 2018 (Arrive in Camarillo between 12:00-12:45 PM. We’ll be leaving on our bicycles at 1:00 PM)

Location: The tour will start and end at my parents’ house in Camarillo, California. (The exact address will be sent to you via email as soon as you register for the tour.)

End Time: March 11, 2018 (at approximately 12:00 PM)

What’s Included:

  • Campground Fee
  • Firewood
  • Mexican burrito from Chipotle
  • Continental breakfast
  • We will transport your food, clothing, camp chairs, and any other items you don’t want to carry on your bicycle from Camarillo to the campground. (Don’t forget to bring a camp chair for the campfire in the evening!)

Join The Tour!

If this sounds like a bike tour you’d like to participate in, please reserve your spot today!

The cost to participate is $50 USD per person. This fee covers the cost of the campground, firewood, one Mexican burrito from Chipotle, a continental breakfast, and the transport of camp chairs/personal items between Camarillo and the campground. You are responsible for getting to the tour’s starting location in Camarillo, California and you must bring your own bicycle, helmet, clothing, camping equipment, camp chair, snacks, water and/or anything else that you want to bring.

There is now only 1 spot left on this unique overnight bicycle touring experience in Southern California. So, sign up now!


IMPORTANT: If you sign up for the tour, there are no refunds if you decide to cancel. If you sign up for the tour and then cancel at the last minute, you are preventing someone else from participating in the tour. Therefore, no refunds will be given. We will be doing the tour no matter what the weather.

I look forward to meeting you and I can’t wait to share my passion for bike travel with you and the others on the tour!

6 thoughts on “Join Me On My First Ever Southern California “Bikes & Burritos” Overnight Bicycle Tour

  1. Steve M. says:

    Hi Darren. This could be a really fun first-timer for my wife…. One concern – Rain! I don’t want it to be her first and last…. Any thoughts in the works for summer-based events, EXACTLY like this one? Thanks, Steve (PS – I am loving the Giant MTB!!)

    • Darren Alff says:

      It’s California! It almost never rains. haha! I’m not too worried about it. I think it will be fine.

      I don’t have any other summertime meet-ups planned right now because I will be in Europe this summer. Have you and your wife considered joining me on either the bike tour in Portugal or Switzerland that I’m doing this summer:

      I’ll be back in the USA in late August and am hoping to do another mini bike tour/meetup in Colorado. But nothing planned for California right now.

  2. Kevin A. says:

    What a great overnight trip. My wife and I registered as soon as we saw your email. We are really looking forward to it. There is nothing like a bike tour and sharing stories with like minded cycle tourist.

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