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Touring Calendar

Touring Calendar

This Calendar is a great resource for touring sponsored by non-CTC organizations. If you would like your event listed in this calendar, please contact the club with details. Appropriate rides will be posted when practical.

Upcoming events

    • 27-May-2017
    • 11:00 AM
    • 16 S. Main St., Columbiana, OH 44408

    Rust Belt Revival Trail Coalition Beer Ride

    The Rust Belt Revival Trail Coalition is pleased to promote our very first BEER RIDE!   This is certainly a RIDE and not a RACE.  We want everyone to enjoy the ride, the Breweries and the fellowship amongst cyclists and friends.  BEER drinking is not required during this event, it's totally your choice!  We highly advise though that you try the "Yabadababrew Session IPA" that Birdfish Brewing Company is debuting and making especially for this event!

    In addition RBRTC has a major role in volunteering to build trails.  Currently we are maintaing and building new trails at Lake Milton State Park, Beaver Creek State Park and Poland Woods Park.  Successful events like this help make all of this possible!

    https://www.facebook.com/events/651874158344274/

    https://www.bikereg.com/rbrtc-beer-ride

    • 03-Jun-2017
    • 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Conneaut Arts Center, 1025 Buffalo St, Conneaut, OH 44030

    Tour de State Line 

    Tour de State Line will be beginning and ending at:

    Conneaut Arts Center
    1025 Buffalo Street
    Conneaut, OH 44030
    Contact: Jill Warren, if needed at: (440) 593-5888


    All rides begin with a mass start at 8:00am.
    State Line Marker at PA-226 & OH-84 on 50 mile course.

    Enjoy the scenery on this non-competitive ride through Ohio and Pennsylvania (10, 26, and 50 miles courses).  Ride fee includes: map, well-marked routes on smooth blacktop roads, and SAG support.  Rest stops with water and food are provided on the 26 and 50 mile courses.
     
    After the ride, drawing prizes and a free light lunch is provided to all 26 and 50 mile ride participants.

    Visit the website for more info

    Ride benefits Conneaut Arts Center children’s programs.


    • 03-Jun-2017
    • 8:00 AM
    • New Wilmington, PA

    New Wilmington Tour De Donut

     

    The name of the ride says it all.  See the website below for all the latest info

     

    http://nwtourdedonut.com/ 

    • 04-Jun-2017
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Brandywine Ski Resort 1146 West Highland Road Sagamore Hills, OH 44067

    BikeSpark 2017

    BikeSpark 2017Spark your 2017 Northeast Ohio bicycling season with the new and exciting cycling sportiva* BikeSpark Sunday, June 4, from Brandywine Ski Resort in the scenic Cuyahoga Valley National Park and Cleveland Metroparks. Celebrate the joy of riding with 65 and 30 mile road routes and a 15 mile just-get-out-and-ride primarily path “Scoop Loop.” BikeSpark is hosted by Bike Cleveland and the proceeds support bicycling advocacy.

    * Means adventure, camaraderie and fun!

    Ride start times (approx):

    • 8:00AM > 65 Mile riders depart the ride hub
    • 9:00AM > 30 Mile riders depart the ride hub
    • 10:00AM > 15 Mile Scoop Loop riders head out onto the Towpath

    Registration for the 30 and 65 mile routes includes lunch and is $34 through March 31, $37 through May 28 and $40 beginning May 29 through ride day.

    Registration for the 15 Mile Scoop Loop route is $15 for individuals and $35 for families. Lunch is available for $11 per person.

    Bike Cleveland members receive $5 off route fees. Information on registration will be emailed to current members. You can become a Bike Cleveland member during registration for $25. Individual membership is normally $35.



    • 10-Jun-2017
    • 11-Jun-2017
    • Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail

    Huntington Towpath Century Ride

    Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition’s Towpath Century Ride

    The Towpath Century Ride is scheduled for June 10 and 11, 2017.

    Bicycle riders will ride the entire length of the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail, from Cleveland to New Philadelphia to raise much needed funds for the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail. Each bicycle rider secures pledges per mile, with the goal of raising $1,000, and all of the proceeds of the event benefit the development of the Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail. Riders have their choice of doing the entire length in one day or split into a two-day ride.

    Visit www.ohioeriecanal.org for more information and to register.

    • 11-Jun-2017
    • 6:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Century Village, 14653 East Park St, Burton, OH 44021
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    • 17-Jun-2017
    • 24-Jun-2017
    • Hamilton, OH (Start/Finish)

    GOBA-29: There’s No Place Like GOBA!


    Get ready to ride GOBA-2017 for an over-the-rainbow experience. And bring your little kids, too. Whether your bicycle is ruby or emerald or an entirely different color, you’ll follow the winding roads of north central Ohio looking for that elusive yellow brick. Wizards, Scarecrows, and Good Witches beckon you to a bicycle-camping tour like none other. Pedal along for 50 miles per day for the best crystal-ball glimpses of scenery, food, and camaraderie. You’ll soon be tapping your bike pedals and saying, “there’s no place like GOBA! GOBA is an event of Columbus Outdoor Pursuits, a non-profit organization devoted to non-competitive outdoor recreation. Visit www.goba.com/wordpress/for information.
    • 17-Jun-2017
    • 8:00 AM
    • Franklin, PA

    Oil Region Cycling Classic

     

    Choose from 1, 2, or 3 days.  See the website below for all the latest info.

    http://oilregioncycling.com/ 

     

    This self-paced three-day ride is centered in Franklin, PA, and travels the paved trails between Emlenton and Titusville: the Allegheny River Trail, the Sandy Creek Trail, the Samuel Justus Recreational Trail, the McClintock Trail, the Oil Creek State Park Trail, and  the Queen City Trail.  Along the way, learn about the people, places, and events that shaped “The Valley that changed the World” and its vital role in American history. 

     

    • 24-Jun-2017
    • 7:30 AM
    • Lorain County Fairgrounds • Wellington, Ohio

    First Annual Ohio Scottish Games

    Team Time Trial

    Saturday, June 24, 2017 

    Lorain County Fairgrounds • Wellington, Ohio

    • 10-mile time trial for teams of four (4) riders

    • We welcome club riders skilled at riding pace lines

    • 1/2-mile crushed stone track

    Team Prize Categories (Men / Women /Youth age 12-16)

    • 1st: Trophy and $125 (Adults) / $100 (Juniors)

    • 2nd: $100 (Adults) / $75 (Youth)

    • 3rd: $75 (Adults) / $50 (Youth)

    Entry fee per racer is the price of admission to the Ohio Scottish Games. Adults $15 in advance / $17 at the gate. Youth $10 in advance / $12 at the gate

    First team starts at 8:30 am

    This event will be a 10-mile time trial for teams of four(4) riders representing their cycling club. This race is for club riders skilled at riding a paceline. The race course will be the 1/2-mile track at the Lorain County Fairgrounds in Wellington, Ohio. Up to four teams may be on the track at once, but drafting of other teams will not be allowed. Ansi-approved bicycle helmets must be worn by all racers. Any type of conventional (human-powered) bicycle is permitted, subject to safety inspection before the race. The track is surfaced with tightly packed crushed limestone but the curves are wide, so 28 mm wide road tires are recommended, knobby tires such as cyclo-cross tires are permitted but not needed. 

    Team prizes will be awarded in the categories Adult Men, Adult Women, and Youth (age 12-16). Prizes will include a trophy and bragging rights to the winning club, and monetary prizes to be awarded by check to the club represented by each team. Multiple teams from the same club may compete, but only one prize per category will be awarded to each club.

    ​Entry fee per individual is the admission ticket to the Ohio Scottish Games. Upcycles bikes will donate $1 for each participant to support the Ohio Bicycle Events Calendar. All entrants will be required to complete and sign a liability waiver; parent signature required for minors. To print the liability waiver, go to www.upcyclesbikes.com.

    ​In addition to race entry, you will be buying admission to one of Ohio's most enjoyable cultural festivals, with competitions in pipes and drums, highland dancing, highland athletics, fiddle, and harp, entertainment all day long including vocalists, bagpipes and Bagrock bands, border collies, and many other demonstrations and exhibits. See: http://www.ohioscottishgames.com/. If you buy tickets for the Ohio Scottish Games and intend to race, or if you just have comments or questions, email us at james@affordablebikesrecyclery.com 


    • 24-Jun-2017
    • 8:00 AM
    • Lakeville, OH
     

                               

    Riders will have the option if riding one lap or two laps. The Funk 100\200 will be on Saturday June 25th at 8:00 at a roadside park 8587 Ohio 179 in Lakeville, OH. On each 65 mile loop riders can expect paved, chip & seal, gravel, and dirt roads with over 5,500 feet of climbing.

    To enter send a postcard with your name, hometown, email address, and category (see below) for the event to:

    Funk Bottoms Gravel
    8609 SR-176
    BVH, OH 44147-1907

    Funk 100
    Open Men, Open Women

    Funk 200
    Open Men, Open Women

    The Funk 100/200 is a self supported event you must be prepared for any mechanical or nutrition needs. There will be 2 parks at approximately miles 12 and 36 that will have water. The course will NOT be marked. A cue sheet will be distributed prior to the event. All riders are required to have a cyclocomputer that can track mileage - Yes, we will verify that you completed the entire distance at the end.

    http://funkbottomsgravel.blogspot.com/

    Click here for registration info

     

    • 24-Jun-2017
    • 10:00 AM
    • Morgantown, West Virginia
     

             

    Wanna get dirty?  A super challenging and hilly road / off-road race in northern West Virginia.  70 miles and 7000' of climbing, this one will drive you to tears!  Best suited for mountain or 'cross bikes

    This is going to be a mean one, Folks! This course will take you over dirt and paved "State Roads" around Monongalia County in Northern West Virginia. Finish times could be 6 plus hours for some riders. Road conditions may include missing bridges, car-sized potholes, gravel, mud, black top, cow paths, and maybe a piece of road kill or two. That's what we call good riding! Leave your expensive Flux-Capacitors and fancy wheels at home and maybe bring the cross bike. It might be the best tool for the job, but bring whatever you think is best for you. However, if you show up with Zipps on your road bike we may laugh and point at you. This race course has just about everything a cyclist says they want when they're talking it up with their buddies. Now let us see ya ride it! Course will have fully stocked aid stations along the way. Sag support will be provided.

    2013 Video

    Click here for registration info

    Click here to see photos from the 2011 event

    • 08-Jul-2017
    • 6:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Bluffton Family Recreation, 215 Snider Road, Bluffton, OH 45817

    Ride to Remember -  Bluffton, Ohio, bike event offers rides from 10 to 100 miles

    Bicycle enthusiasts may register for the Ride to Remember bicycle ride in Bluffton, Ohio, located in Allen County of northwestern Ohio.

    Costs for the ride are $20 for individuals ($25 after June 30). Family members ride for $20 for the first member, $15 for the second and $5 for each additional member (add $5 to each after June 30).

    Registrations may be mailed to

     
    Bluffton Family Recreation, 215 Snider Road, Bluffton, OH 45817. Checks are payable to Bluffton Family Recreation. Persons may also register on-line at www.bfronline.com.

    Registration includes a lightweight bag for the first 200 registered riders, snacks at rest stop and finish, roaming repair van and rider pick-up service, pass to Bluffton Community Swimming Pool, shower at BFR and coupon for up to $8 off at Bluffton restaurants.

    Sign-in and registration opens at 6 a.m. Routes open at 6:30 a.m. An optional mass start is at 8 a.m. Routes close at 4 p.m.

    The event offers short bike routes for families interested in biking together all the way to a 100-mile route for experienced riders starting and ending at Bluffton Family Recreation, 215 Snider Road, Bluffton.

    Richard Ramseyer, president of the Bluffton Lions Foundation, sponsor of the ride, said, “This serves as a springboard to a make Bluffton a bicycle destination and bike center for enthusiasts of the sport.”

    Ride to Remember offers a 10-mile loop, a 64-mile loop with cutoffs for 13, 17, 24, 50 and 57 miles and a 100-mile course.

    The 10-mile fun loop offers riddles to solve for families participating. There is also a two-mile walk, run, bike loop through Bluffton.

    The ride is a fund-raiser for the Bluffton Bike and Pedestrian Pathway Committee. The organization has constructed one Bluffton bike path and is working on additional paths, to eventually encircle the northwestern Ohio village.

    Bluffton Family Recreation, CG Pro Bikes and the Bluffton Area Chamber of Commerce assist the Bluffton Lions Foundation in putting on the event.

    For additional information, including maps showing the routes, go to www.RideToRemember.net.

    FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

    Fred Steiner, Bluffton chamber, 419-369-2985, ext. 118, blufftonchamber@gmail.com

    • 08-Jul-2017
    • 8:00 AM
    • Mantua Village, Portage County

    Headwaters Adventure Race

    Run, Pedal and Paddle to support trails and conservation!

    Presented by the Portage Park District Foundation, the Headwaters Adventure Race is a fun event that starts and ends at Buchert Park in Mantua Village and features a 2-mile run on the Headwaters Trail, a 10-mile bike ride along scenic rural roads to Camp Hi Canoe Livery in Hiram, and ending with a 5-mile paddle on the Upper Cuyahoga Scenic River.

    Racers can go solo or as part of a 2-person relay or all-phase team. Race fees are $40/person ($25 for 18 and under) and include a T-shirt and post-race refreshments. Limited boat rentals are available; kayaks for $10, canoes for $15.

    The Headwaters Adventure Race is one of three in the “Crooked River Adventure Race Series” including the Black Squirrel Triathlon and Brady’s Leap Adventure Race, with prizes available for the top 3 combined times of all 3 races for all-phase teams and solo racers.

    For more information, online registration and a Google map of the Headwaters Race route, please visit www.portageparkdistrict.org, or call the Park District at (330) 297-7728.



    • 08-Jul-2017
    • 8:00 AM
    • 5321 OH534, Hartsgrove

    Hartsgrove Gravel Grinder

    Mixed surface ride of chip&seal, pavement, gravel, and dirt.  Recommend 32mm or wider tires and 2 spare tubes.  There are no available water or restroom stops along the route.  Maps will be available prior to the ride.  Approximately 38miles

    Start time: 8:00am

    Location:  Hartsgrove Community Park, on SR534 near Rt 6.  Use the GPS link below for best directions to the ride start location.

    GPS - Long route

    For more information, contact Mike

    updated ms 10.17.15

    • 09-Jul-2017
    • 6:30 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Copley High School; 3797 Ridgewood Drive; Copley, OH 44321

    2017 Absolutely Beautiful Country Ride - Akron Bike Club

    REGISTER  TODAY!

    Click above to register and for detail on pricing, jersey purchases, start times/locations for each route (25/50/62/100 miles)

                

     

    All rides will start and end at Copley High School in Copley.


    Your ride includes:

    1. SAG Support

    2. Rest stops for food and hydration

    3. Sandwiches midway for the 100 mile riders 

    4. Celebrate by enjoying a great meal and live entertainment 
    5. Best of all you will have an "Absolutely Beautiful Country Ride"

    Akron Bike Club Members receive discount.

    • 15-Jul-2017
    • LaGrange Lions Park, LaGrange, OH

    The Dog Days Wine Tour 


    Registration closes before the event date. If you rode with us before we will send you an email to remind you of the date. The Dog Days will feature:

    • Double Dog Dare: a double metric century of 125 miles and an optional special T-shirt for those who complete it
    • The 100-mile Century Dog and an optional special tee shirt for those who complete it
    • Dog Days Jersey: This was so popular last year we had to order nearly a hundred more!
    • All participants get our fantabulous cookout that promises to be even better this year with ice cream! (vegetarian option available)
    • Five optional routes: 35, 50, 65, 100 and 125 miles
    • Live Music – local performers will keep you entertained at the cookout along with your tales of Riding The Dog
    • Massage – our massage therapist will be on hand in the pavilion to help you soothe tired and sore muscles
    Click here for more info
    • 15-Jul-2017
    • Bloomington, IN
    Ride Across Indiana

    RAIN is an annual ultra distance bike ride across the State of Indiana sponsored by the Bloomington Bicycle Club.

    The 160-mile length runs mostly on the Historic National Route 40, an older divided four-lane road with light traffic. It has gentle rolling hills. You should be able to average at least 12 to 14 mph for over 11 hours.

    Note: Registration is required.

    Click here for more info, and to register!
    • 23-Jul-2017
    • Confluence, PA

    Mt. Davis Challenge

    A Road Race Over The Highest Point In PA 

    The Mt. Davis Challenge Road Race is a 40 mile race that traverses the highest point in Pennsylvania. The course is lollipop style that starts in Confluence, PA and utilizes the hilly back roads of the Mt. Davis area and climbs to an elevation of 3213ft. Once over the top it descends on the eastern side and climbs back up on Savage Road before returning to Confluence. Prolonged climbs, fast descents and some rough road surfaces make this a true challenge. This will be the fifth year for the race, which is promoted by the Confluence Tourism Association. www.visitconfluence.info For more information or questions contact race director Jim Sota at mtdavischallenge@gmail.com or call (814) 926-2840.

    http://www.visitconfluence.info

    • 30-Jul-2017
    • 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Richfield, OH

    REGISTER NOW FOR THE 2017 SWEET CORN CHALLENGE

    Summertime is never better than when there is an invigorating bicycle ride, followed by a rest under a big old shade tree with luscious pulled pork, creamy cole slaw, juicy corn on the cob and a tall, ice-cold tea. If there could be music too, and a chocolate chip cookie (which there is), that would certainly make the day complete.

    All this—and more—is waiting for those who take part in the annual Sweet Corn Challenge bike ride and 5K in the heart of historic Richfield, Ohio, on the rim of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park.

    Register online here, or click the registration tab on our website for a printable registration form.

    Explore our website for information on jerseys and shirts, lodging, directions, sponsors and more.



    • 12-Aug-2017
    • Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail

    Tour de Towpath

    Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition’s Tour de Towpath  

    Details pending, visit www.ohioeriecanal.org for more information and to register.

    • 12-Aug-2017
    • 5:30 AM
    • 13-Aug-2017
    • 6:30 AM
    • 185 Stoudtsburg Rd., Reinholds, PA 17569

    The Legendary Nightmare Tour CONTINUES!!  This event is a bicycle tour around the perimeter of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

     No day of registration.  Website: TheNightMareTour.com

    For fans and former participants, we continue to provide a 177 mile tour in one day with raw climb over 15,000 ft.

    The route you know and love is the same.  The starting and ending points are now Adamstown, PA.  We also have a new 111 m, a harder 200 m/18,000 ft. of climb, a 225 mile/22,000 feet of raw climb (death by cycling), and 24 hr Event.  

       EVENT SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY AUG 12th, 2017

    WE NOW HAVE SIX  WATER STOPS &  PROVIDE ENERGY BARS AT KEY LOCATIONS AROUND THE COUNTY WHICH ALLOWS A PARTICIPANT TO RIDE THE COURSE WITHOUT A SUPPORT TEAM.   If a rider wants a support team they can also do that if they so choose. In  an emergency call 911.  Do not attempt this ride if you are not fit.  The event will be held rain or shine.  You must be 21 years or older to participate.


    Registration must be with your own credit card at this site, & must be done a MINIMUM OF ONE WEEK OR MORE before the event.  This credit card charge will legally bind you to a waiver agreement you must read.  

    TheNightMareTour.com will provide GPS files for devices, a cue sheet, pick-up service if you throw in the towel, six water stops with energy bars/bananas every 33 -38 miles. Box lunch, water, to all riders after the event. THERE  WILL BE NO ROAD MARKINGS. Please use GPS files or cue sheet.

     START TIME 6:15 AM for the 177 milers, FINISH LINE CLOSES 10:15 PM.  ( except for 24 hr riders)

    We will time the results of the (111,177,200,225 & 24 hr) & email them plus post the best times to the site. Event: Saturday,   AUG. 12th, 2017,  6:15 AM start time for the 111 & 177 milers. Be early for check in or we start without you!

    Thank You

    Paul Gregg

    marketing@thenightmaretour.com


    • 12-Aug-2017
    • 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • 6062 South River Road West, Geneva, OH 44041

    Dear CTC Members,

    I am grateful that you listed the Bridges & Vines Bicycle Tour on you website the last few years.  I hope you will do so again in 2017.

    It will be held on Saturday, August 12.

    Here is the Registration link:    

    http://events.r20.constantcontact.com/register/event?oeidk=a07edoxura1460a1a21&llr=aplfvycab

    Bridges & Vines Bicycle Tour 2017

    events.r20.constantcontact.com

    Join hundreds of other cyclists on flat to rolling country roads as you ride past picturesque vineyards and over historic covered bridges. After your ride, eat, relax and take in the great views at a terrific winery. There are rides for every level of cyclist. Price includes well marked routes, maps, water & snack stops, support vehicles and lunch.

    Thank you.

    Randy Jones
    United Way of Ashtabula County
    440-998-4141

    • 18-Aug-2017
    • Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail

    Towpath Classic

    Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition’s Towpath Classic  

    Details pending, visit www.ohioeriecanal.org for more information and to register.

    • 16-Sep-2017
    • 6:30 AM
    • 17-Sep-2017
    • Canal Fulton (long route) or Kidron (short Route) 8580 Erie Ave NW (long) or 3970 Kidron Rd (short) Canal Fulton or Kidron, OH 44614

    A two day 110 or 150 mile bicycle tour through the Heart of Amish County

    Hosted by Akron Bicycle Club.

    For More Information and to Register:

    CLICK HERE!

     

    The 43rd Roscoe Ramble begins Saturday, Sept. 16, in Canal Fulton (long route) or Kidron (short route) and winds its way through rolling farmland to Roscoe Village. You will stay overnight in nearby Coshocton and return to Canal Fulton or Kidron on Sunday, Sept. 17. The ride is intended for the well-conditioned rider so be sure to consider the shorter route if in doubt.


    Entry Fee includes:

    • Overnight parking at the starting point
    • Snack stop at Fire Station Saturday morning
    • Lunch stop at popular Farm at Walnut Creek
    • Ice cream at end of Saturday ride
    • Evening dinner on Saturday
    • Breakfast in Coshocton on Sunday
    • Snack stop Sunday morning
    • Lunch Sunday
    • Ice cream Sunday afternoon at the finish
    • Maps and painted route markings
    • SAG support
    • Luggage transport
    • Fun, fellowship & scenery!

    • 16-Sep-2017
    • 4:00 PM
    • 17-Sep-2017
    • 4:00 PM
    • Canal Fulton, OH / Kidron, OH

    REGISTER HERE!

    2017 Roscoe Ramble (43rd)

    A two day 110 or 150 mile bicycle tour
    through the 
    Heart of Amish Country!

    The 43rd Roscoe Ramble begins Saturday, Sept. 16, in Canal Fulton (long route) or Kidron (short route) and winds its way through rolling farmland to Roscoe Village. You will stay overnight in nearby Coshocton and return to Canal Fulton or Kidron on Sunday, Sept. 17. The ride is intended for the well-conditioned rider so be sure to consider the shorter route if in doubt.

    The Sunday ride offers challenges of hills and dips heading back to the Saturday start.

    Entry Fee includes:

    • Overnight parking at the starting point
    • Snack stop at Fire Station Saturday morning
    • Lunch stop at popular Farm at Walnut Creek
    • Ice cream at end of Saturday ride
    • Evening dinner on Saturday
    • Breakfast in Coshocton on Sunday
    • Snack stop Sunday morning
    • Lunch Sunday
    • Ice cream Sunday afternoon at the finish
    • Maps and painted route markings
    • SAG support
    • Luggage transport
    • Fun, fellowship & scenery!

    Once you select your registration you will prompted to choose your lodging option. The lodging options have been selected by the ride directors to ensure that your lodging meets Roscoe Ramble standards. 

    A custom jersey will be offered at a later date, and participants will be contacted prior to the ride.

    Roscoe Ramble is an Adventure!

    Questions??

    Ride Director
    Jim Birt - (330) 472-4709
    roscoe@roadrunner.com

    • 17-Sep-2017
    • 7:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • 899 Everett Cortland Hull Rd., Cortland, OH

    NEOC 44 - Sunday, September 17, 2017

    North East Ohio (Cookie) Century is cycling at its best! This year we start from the Trumbull County Fairgrounds Banquet Center, 899 Everett Cortland Hull Rd., Cortland, (Bazetta Township) Ohio. The Center is north of Warren and west of Mosquito Lake.

    Routes: It’s entirely up to you — go long or not! Choose from six loops for a 25..50..62..75..100..100+ mile ride of mostly flat terrain through beautiful Trumbull County. New rider? Our 25 mile Greenway Path Loop avoids most traffic!
    Check out our cue sheets and route maps.

    Support: All routes begin and loop back to the Banquet Center for rest stops and lunch. NEOC is famous for its “all you can eat” homemade cookies, and with our hot pasta you won’t go hungry!

    Registration: Opens at 7:00 a.m. to accommodate the longer rides...and will be available till 11:00 a.m. for those who want to follow a shorter route. Regardless, all rides will enjoy snacks and lunch! Pre-register and skip the lines...a packet with maps and materials will be waiting for you.

    Fun and Prizes: All registered riders will get free tickets for prize giveaways and a cash drawing!

    SAG: SAG support available through 4:00 p.m. for mechanical breakdowns and other assistance.

    Confirmation: If confirmation is desired, please enclose a self-addressed, stamped business sized envelope.

    Print and complete the NEOC registration form or register online at Active.com to save your spot!

    Questions? Contact John Nagy at (330) 534-5020.

     

    Route Option 1: 

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    Route Option 4:

    Metric Century Add-on Option:


    • 08-Oct-2017
    • Ohio & Erie Canal Towpath Trail

    Towpath Bike N Brew

    Ohio & Erie Canalway Coalition’s Towpath Bike N Brew  

    Details pending, visit www.ohioeriecanal.org for more information and to register.

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