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Pedal for Protein (P4P) is a group ride sponsored by the Presbytery of the Redwoods, Hunger Task Force based in Napa, California.

All funds raised are donated to Northern California Food Banks for local food pantries and one international hunger relief project. Participation helps many grassroots food pantries that are struggling to provide quality protein food such as canned tuna, peanut butter, canned beans, yogurt, eggs and more to hungry families, seniors and children along the Northern California Coast from the Golden Gate Bridge to Crescent City, also including Napa, Solano and Lake Counties.

Pedal for Protein raised over $45,000 in 2019. In its first six years, riders have raised collectively nearly a quarter of a million dollars. 

 

 

Contact Information

Pedal For Protein

1226 A Salvador Ave
Napa, California 94558
Phone (707)738-2744

Announcements

  • Pedal for Protein 7 - Ride Details Announced

    The 2020 P4P 5-day bicycle tour (7th annual) is set to run from September 21-25, 2020. Enjoy the camaraderie of this boutique ride, limited to 30 riders. The ride starts in Occidental, CA. Riders will enjoy touring through the majestic redwoods, fertile valleys, farmlands and vineyards of Northern California. The 5-day ride is approximately 250 miles, or about 50 miles +/- per day.  Registration for the 5-day ride will begin April 15, 2020, and includes a custom designed jersey. Sign up early to secure your spot, and to enjoy the early-bird discounts being offered.

    P4P 2020 5-DAY ROUTE INFO:

    • Day 1 - Occidental (Westminister Woods) to Cloverdale: 44.2 miles, 2,103 ft elevation gain.
    • Day 2 - Cloverdale to St. Helena: 61.7 miles. 5,370 ft elevation gain
    • Day 3 - St Helena to Rockville: 48.6 miles, 3.950 ft elevation gain
    • Day 4 - Rockville, to Sonoma (St Andrews Church, Arnold Drive): 46.5 miles, 1,486 ft elevation gain
    • Day 5 - Sonoma (St. Andrew) to Occidental (Westminister Woods): 47.5 miles, 3,075 ft elevation gain

     

  • Patty Sanders Retires!

    Patty Sanders, P4P event initiator, rider, and coordinator-extraordinaire, has retired from her position as ride director – a position she held from 2014 through 2019.  Heartfelt thanks and well wishes go out to her and her husband, John, who provided transportation and sag support to the riders for the past six years.  P4P welcomes Dan Sanders, David Standafer and Craig Zimmerman as 2020 Team of Directors.

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