Sunday in June Schedule and Venue

All cyclists are welcome, from casual recreational riders to road warriors to touring cyclists to energetic triathletes. Ride through scenic rural roads while enjoying the bucolic sights and sounds of the Amish countryside of Ohio’s Geauga County. A map detailing each of the routes will be provided at registration check-in tables. Additionally, all five routes are well marked. The ride is based at Century Village in Burton, Ohio.

Century Village

Registration, the start, lunch, the miles 25 and 65 rest stops, and the finish for Sunday in June, are all at historic Century Village. With 22 buildings, it takes you back in time with an authentic Burton settlement and an impressive Civil War Collection. Explore the grounds or visit the museum store from 12:00 to 5:00 PM. Tours of the inside of the buildings must be arranged in advance (440-834-1492).

The village is located at 14653 East Park Street, Burton, Ohio.

Schedule

 Event/Ride WILL be held rain or shine – please come prepared!


6:30 – 9:30 am:  Check-in (look for “Online or “Onsite Registrations”) tables for map, bracelet, merchandise pick-up (if applies)
NOTE: Doors to the registration hall will open at 6:30 am – to allow volunteers time to be 100% ready to receive riders.

6:30 – 8:15 am:  Ride start for 65 and 100 mile riders
8:15 – 9:30 am:  Ride start for 25 and 40 mile riders

6:30 am:  Century Village rest stop opens for all routes
8:30 am:  Parkman rest stop (mile 12) opens for all routes
8:30 am:  Big Creek rest stop opens for 40, 65 and 100 mile routes

8:30 am: NEW – Free 15 minute Bike Safety Course

11 am:  Hot lunch begins at Century Village*

2 pm: Big Creek rest stop closes
3 pm: Parkman rest stop closes
3 pm: Century Village rest stop closes

3 pm: Lunch ends
3 – 4 pm:  Final route sweep

4 pm: All Rider’s Routes Must Be Complete at Century Village!

*All riders must show ID wristband to be admitted for lunch – lunch/rest stop snacks included in your registration cost.
** Riders who depart ahead of above ride distance start times may arrive at rest stops before they are opened.

Preparation

You should be in good physical condition to complete the ride at your own pace. For the 65 mile and longer routes, you should have ridden 100 to 200 miles this season. Your bicycle should be inspected prior to ride day for proper & safe operation or you can learn and conduct a pre-ride safety check before the ride departs.