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2020 Ride the Rivers
September 5, 2020 - October 4, 2020
The Ride the Rivers Century is Trailnet’s premier fundraising ride. It is one of the most unique century rides in North America (or possibly the world) featuring two different ferry crossings and four river crossings. The event offers two courses, a classic 100-mile century and a 62-mile metric century so challenge yourself as much as you’d like.
Don’t miss out on this opportunity to experience some of the area’s most beautiful scenery! The Ride the Rivers Century is so much more than a charity bike ride. It truly is an adventure like no other.
Trailnet’s mission is funded entirely through memberships, donations and event registration.
NEW FORMAT FOR 2020
In order to do our part to minimize the spread of COVID-19, we have adapted the usual one-day in-person event into a month-long DIY format. You can sign up for the event through October 4th. Once you register you’ll be given links to GPS directions to all of the routes. Ride them anytime and as many times as you want. It’s your adventure!
The weekly Adventure Challenges will give anyone who has ridden any of the routes during that week and completed the challenge and opportunity to win some awesome prizes from our sponsors.
At the end of the month, we will pick a winner for the grand prize. This award will be raffled to a participant who has completed both of the routes over the course of the event.
These challenges begin September 5th and run through October 4th.
Weekly Century Challenges will be announced soon.
Registration to The Ride the Rivers Century will feature our most jam-packed goodie bags ever!
Registration (until April 30th) – Member $45 | Non-Member $50
Registration (till June 30th) – Member $55 | Non-Member $60
Registration (till September 27th) – Member $65 | Non-Member $70
All proceeds of this ride go to furthering Trailnet’s mission to create more walkable and bikeable communities and fostering healthy lifestyles.
**Free ride vouchers not redeemable**
Mileage: 64 miles (100 km) or 105 miles | Terrain: Flat to hilly, some big hills
GPS routes and printed cue sheets will be available in your registration confirmation email once you register.