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Posted: Wednesday, May 28, 2014 12:00 am

Whether it’s cycling or running, the Lodi area has some great races.

The Lodi Mile

2015 date to be announced

A new, exciting road mile race, the Lodi Mile features a flat course along Davis Road that finishes at Michael David Winery’s Bare Ranch. The event includes high school and masters competitions, as well as an elite race drawing some of the world’s best milers, including Olympians and collegiate champions.

For more information, contact Jeff Merrill at 209-329-7385 or Monty Merrill at 209-662-2098.

The Zin Spin

2015 date to be announced

This annual bike ride begins at Michael-David Winery’s Bare Ranch on Woodbridge Road and covers 62 miles before cruising back into Lodi. The event also features a 31-mile race and an eight-mile kids race.

Delta Century

2015 date to be announced

Beginning and ending at Jessie’s Grove Winery, the 50K, 100K and 100-mile rides take cyclists to the Delta, Thornton, Walnut Grove, Ryder Island and Courtland before returning to Lodi.

For more information, email deltacentury@comcast.net.

Lodi Sunrise Century

2015 date to be announced

Beginning at Michael-David Winery’s Bare Ranch, the event’s 50K, 100K and 100-mile rides take cyclists through vineyards and surrounding farmlands.

Avenue of the Vines

Sunday, May 17, 2015

The annual half-marathon and 5K starts and finishes at Woodbridge Winery in Acampo with the course surrounded by grapevines and mustard seed in full bloom.

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