Century Ride

  • August 3, 2013 · 9:30 AM
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We're going for a fast-paced, hilly, 100-mile road ride.  This ride is for advanced riders who wish to ride a century (100 miles) at a fast pace with others of comparable ability.

Speed: Plan for about 8 hours of ride time plus one to two hours for all breaks and lunch.

Route: Janesville to Footville (16 miles); Footville to Albany (15 miles); Albany to Brodhead (27 miles); Brodhead to Afton (21 miles); Afton to Janesville (23 miles).  102 miles total.

Rest Stops / Lunch: Snacks in Footville at 16 miles; Snacks in Albany at 31 miles; Lunch in Brodhead at 58 miles; Snacks in Afton at 79 miles.

Hills: Yes, lots of them.  ~4,500 feet climbing.  (Click here for Elevation Profile.)

A map and cue sheet will be provided.  An odometer will be needed to follow the route.

Plan to arrive by 9:30 AM. We will push-off promptly at 10:00 AM.

Directions: Take exit 175 off of I-90 to E Racine Street.  Go 0.7 miles on E Racine Street.  Turn left at Palmer Drive (stoplight) and go 0.7 miles.  Rotary Botanical Gardens will be on your right.

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  • Debbie M.

    How did the ride go? Did you hear me yelling Raaaaa!! LOL

    August 5, 2013

    • Ron

      It was a perfect day for the ride. Thanks for asking.

      August 6, 2013

  • Dennis

    Hi Ron, I'm 800 miles away in Knoxville Tennessee. I did a century last Saturday buy I'm Ready for another. Next time.

    August 1, 2013

  • Yinan C.

    If you guys ever do one of these starting from Madison, let me know. I can't get my bike to Janesville for this unfortunately.

    July 30, 2013

  • Larry G

    CowaLUNGa Weekend....

    July 30, 2013

  • Bernie

    Not quslified.

    July 30, 2013

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  • Ron
    Event Host

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