Sunday in June Schedule

The ride WILL be held rain or shine. Please come prepared!

6:30 – 9:30 am: Check-in. Please have your QR code from online registration ready. Look for online and walk-in registration tables for map and wristband pick-up. 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

7:45 am: Mountain Run Station rest stop opens for all routes
8:15 am: Middlefield rest stop opens for 25, 65 and 100-mile routes
9:30 am: Century Village rest stop opens for all riders

11 am: Hot lunch begins at Century Village*
11:00 – 3:00 pm: Chris’s Ice Cream truck at Century Village!
12:00 – 1:30 pm: Enjoy the music of our awesome DJ!

1:30 pm: Mountain Run Station rest stop closes

2:30 pm: Middlefield rest stop c

3:00 pm: Century Village rest stop closes

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

4 pm: All Routes Must Be Complete at Century Village! Thank you for your cooperation.

*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.

Ride Location and Parking

Sunday in June happens at Century Village in Burton, Ohio. Limited parking is available on site. Nearby parking is also available in lots across Route 168 and just south on Route 168 past and then behind the McIntyre Center (formerly The Red Maple Inn). If the above lots are full, you’ll be directed to Schoolyard Studio (formerly old Burton High School) north of the town square on Route 168 / North Cheshire Street (look for parking arrow-signs).

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


Sunday In June participants must always wear a CPSC approved helmet while bicycling in the Sunday In June event, observe all Ohio/Local traffic laws and bicycle regulations and call out “On Your Left” when passing other cyclists.

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.

E-Bikes at Sunday in June

The Cleveland Touring Club permits E-Bikes to be used during the Sunday in June event with these restrictions:

  • The E-bikes must be pedal-assisted (the bike does not move without pedaling). These are either class 1 or class 3 E-bikes. It may NOT utilize a throttle as this would make it a class 2 E-bike.
  • Class 2 E-bikes are NOT permitted.
  • The E-bike must be operated following the standard rules and regulations that apply to pedal-only bikes.