2019 Sunday in June Routes – Are Here!

Enjoy Geauga County’s well-maintained roads over rolling hills through farms, maple groves and the largest Amish community in Ohio. It’s a great place to explore on two wheels! And, Sunday in June offers a total of four ride distances, made up of 3 individual routes.  There’s an entry level 25 mile loop to a Metric Century and full Century – a route distance for practically everyone at every ability level (25, 40, 65 & 100 approximate mile route distances)!

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The four RIDES are made up of combinations of the following three ROUTES, in the following order:

  • 25-mile ride distance  = 25-mile yellow route 
  • 40-mile ride distance  = 40-mile blue route 
  • 65-mile ride distance  = 40-mile blue route + 25-mile yellow route 
  • 100-mile ride distance  = 40-mile blue route + 35-mile orange route25-mile yellow route 

25-Mile Yellow Route

This route serves as the entire 25-mile ride, the second leg of the 65-mile ride and the third leg of the 100-mile ride.

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35-Mile Orange Route

This route serves only as the second leg of the 100-mile ride.

ROUTE CHANGE ALERT! The 35-mile Orange Route was revised June 5 at 11:00 am EDT due to an unforeseen construction issue. Please update your GPS or Map files if you previously downloaded them.

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Relive ’36-Mile Orange Route’

40-Mile Blue Route

This route serves as the entire 40-mile ride, the first leg of the 65-mile ride and the first leg of the 100-mile ride.

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Relive ‘2019 Sunday in June 40 Mile Preview’

All Routes Combined – Overview Image

Rest Stops

Don’t miss Sunday in June’s laid-back rest stops. Kick back in the grass, munch on a snack, have a banana, and re-hydrate! Also, don’t be surprised if you coast into one of the rest stops and see some familiar faces!

Rest stops will be loaded with in-season fresh fruit, sports drinks and plenty of spring water to fill your bottles. We will also host two additional water stops on the two longer routes.

We’ll have bicycle mechanics at all rest stops, and if have a mechanical/other problem call the phone number shown on your map for support in case of a breakdown or emergency.  For a serious emergency, first call 911, then call the ride support number on your map.

Stops are located at intervals appropriate to everyone. If it is a hot and humid day, we will provide additional water at key locations on the route. Rest areas close at different times. If you change from the intended route, check the rest stop schedule provided with your registration materials. If you need assistance or fluids anywhere in the ride, call the ride support number on the map.

SAG Support

Vehicles will assist fatigued riders or those with mechanical failure. If you have a breakdown, are overheated or for any reason would like assistance of any kind, call the ride support number on your Sunday In June map.

Bicycles must be in good mechanical condition. Be prepared to perform basic repairs on your own, such as flat tires. It is recommended you carry basic tools including: a spare tube, patch kit, pump and two or more water bottles.

SAG vehicles will do a final “sweep” of all routes between 3:00 and 4:00 PM. Plan and pace yourself accordingly for your safe and timely return to ride start.

Trail Etiquette

Parts of the 40, 65 and 100 mile routes take you on the paved Maple Highlands Trail. It is peaceful and scenic and takes you over three covered bridges. Here are some tips from the Geauga Park District for riding on the trail:

  1. Bikes yield to walkers. On the South Section, both bikes and walkers yield to horses.
  2. Keep right except to pass. Pass with caution.
  3. Announce that you are passing so as not to startle others.
  4. Move off trail when stopped.
  5. Yield to all law enforcement, maintenance and emergency vehicles.
  6. Respect private property; stay within trail corridor.
  7. Obey all traffic signs, especially stop signs.
  8. Yield to cross traffic at all intersections.