Host Cities – Redlands
Redlands is named for its rich, red soil and famous for its lush citrus groves and temperate climate. Though emerging as a regional leader, Redlands boasts small-town charm, a commitment to education at all levels, a community of service to others, environmental preservation and sustainability, historic preservation, and a passion for the arts. At the turn of the 20th century, Redlands was the “Palm Springs” of the next century, with roses and palm trees being planted along many city thoroughfares. Redlands is located halfway between Los Angeles and Palm Springs in the shadow of Southern California’s highest peaks.
All weekend public & USAC races start and finish at the start line on Citrus Avenue between 5th Street and 6th Street in downtown Redlands. The best parking is 2 blocks West in the public parking lot. Take Interstate 10 East or West to Downtown Redlands.
- If traveling Eastbound, exit at the Orange Street off ramp, turn right on Eureka Street (bottom of offramp). Proceed straight to Brookside/Citrus. Find parking area.
- If traveling Westbound exit at the 6th Street off ramp. Turn left on 6th Street and proceed to Redlands Blvd. Turn right on Redlands Blvd. to Eureka, left on Eureka to Brookside/Citrus. Find parking area.
|Country Inn & Suites||Ayres Hotel||Comfort Suites|
|1650 Industrial Park Avenue||1015 W. Colton Avenue||1230 W. Colton Avenue|
|Redlands, CA 92374||Redlands, CA 92374||Redlands, CA 92374|
|Telephone: (909) 792-7913||Telephone: (909) 335-9024||Telephone: (909) 335-9988|
|Fax: (909) 747-0252||Fax: (909) 335-9164||Fax: (909) 335-2424|