Ride the Cream City Century (Larry)

This was always a favorite invitational of mine that unfortunately I have not done in a few years.... It is very well supported with great rest stops and a great post ride pasta lunch/dinner....

From The Cream City Club's website

This is the 30th Anniversary CCCC Century Ride, with the same terrific routes as last year's. If you're a previous rider, welcome back! If you're new, you'll like this ride! There are four distance options - 30, 56, 68, and 100 mile routes. Quiet country roads, with some rolling hills. Shady lanes. Dairy air! Full-service rest stop @ every 16 miles on all routes. 5 rest stops on the 100 mile route. Great food, home-baked goods. Full sag support. Post-ride showers, pasta dinner, ice cream, and beverages at Waterford UHS.

Event schedule and times

Adult Registration Fee is $30 in advance, $35 on August 25.
Youth under 13 Registration Fee is $20 in advance, $25 on August 25.
Sign in & Day-of Registration - 7:00 am to 9:00 am at Waterford Union High School
Ride Starts - Century riders may start at 7:00 am
Century riders MUST start riding before 8:00 am
Rest Stop Hours - Check Route Cue Sheets for open/close times
SAG vehicles will operate from rest stops on all routes
Pasta dinner served from 11:00 am to 4:00 pm

http://www.creamcitycycleclub.com/content.aspx?page_id=22&club_id=119379&module_id=132345

Let's meet in the parking lot of the school at 7:30 and be on the road at 7:45.... This will give anyone who might do the century enough time to get going. Personally, I plan on doing the 68 mile ride....

Things to bring....

What You Should Bring
Bike (in good working order)
Helmet
Extra Inner Tube
Portable Air Pump (or CO2 cartridges)
Tire Levers
Sunscreen
Cell phone
Photo ID
Insurance Card
Munchies / Power Bars / Trail Mix

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