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32nd Annual Apple Century Bike Ride
Century, Half Century, Other
Sat, Jun 1, 2019
25 Mile Route
3 N. Worthen St.
Wenatchee, WA 98801
Online registration ends on:
Thu, May 30, 2019 11:59 PM PDT
25 Mile Route
About This Activity
The Apple Century Bike Ride is fully supported recreational ride with water/food stations and sag wagons. We will start in Wenatchee at Pybus Public Market, then follow along the scenic Wenatchee River as it winds through Monitor, Cashmere, Dryden and Peshastin until you reach Leavenworth. The 100-milers will continue on, to the Lake Wenatchee Fire Staton where they will turn around for the trip back to Pybus Public Market. Scenery includes high sage desert, lush orchards and vineyards, cool and clear river valleys, and tall ponderosa pine forests.
On-site registration and pre-registration ride packet pick-up will be available on Friday afternoon, May 31st at Cycle Central in Downtown Wenatchee, and Saturday, June 1st prior to the start at Pybus Public Market.
Pre-registered riders will recieve a commemorative pint glass from Wenatchee Valley Brewing Company featuring our ACBR logo, as well as have the opportunity to purchase a custom ride jersey. Online jersey sales have closed, however, you can still purchase jerseys on the day of the ride. Cost will be $75. Sizing will be unisex, and while we will have a limited quantity on hand for purchase and immediate pickup, any orders beyond that inventory will be shipped to the purchaser.
Proceeds from our ride help support our Challenge Scholarship Program, focusing on at-risk high school students. We challenge these students to finish and graduate high school with the incentive of a two-year scholarship to the college or trade school of their choosing. We also fund several local projects such as Rotary Park, our elementary school Passport Club, and Shelter Box program to name a few. www.wenatcheesunriserotary.org
Date: Saturday, June 1, 2019 7:00 AM
Location: Pybus Public Market
Address: 3 N. Worthen StreetCity:Wenatchee, WA
Fees: $75 ea. through 11:59 PM PST 5/26/19 & $80 ea. thereafter via localraces.com. $85 Day-of.
Online Reg. Closes: May 30, 2019 11:59 PM Pacific Time
Finish Line Festival: Enjoy a free relaxing meal at the Finish Line Fest with music and a no-host beer garden. Food will be available from 11am-4pm. The beer garden will open at 11am and stay open later as there is interest. More details to come.
Ride Support: This is an open road ride. Rotarian volunteers and local bike shop mobile mechanics monitor routes. Mechanics will be on hand to make minor repairs (bring your checkbook if parts are needed). Please have your bikes tuned up beforehand.
Packet Pickup and Late Registration: Packet pickup and late registration will take place on May 31st from 5 p.m.-8 p.m. at Cycle Central, 34 N. Wenatchee Ave., or on the morning of the ride beginning at 6 a.m. at Pybus Public Market in Wenatchee (the starting point for the ride).
Ride Day Start Times: We will have staggered official starting times this year (with a pistol start even). 100 mile riders will start at 7am. 50 mile route starts at 7:30am. and the 25 mile ride will begin at 8am. Riders may leave earlier but pit stop and ride support may not be available.
Route Updates: For 2019 the upper end of the 100 mile route will again utilize the Chiwawa Loop Rd out of Plain. Of course, last minute construction project may effect the route, but updates will be posted here as well as our facebook page.
Safety First: All riders must wear an ANSI or Snell-approved helmet. Please remember to obey all traffic laws.
Discuss This Activity
Wenatchee Sunrise Rotary
Sunrise Rotary Club & Apple Century Bike Ride
The Wenatchee Sunrise Rotary Club motto is "Service Above Self". We believe that volunteering and providing humanitarian services is the best way to build goodwill and peace locally and globally. We organize the Apple Century Bike Ride each year as a way for people to enjoy the Wenatchee Valley's rich, beautiful landscape. And in return, your registration fees help fund scholarships, hunger & disaster relief, Polio eradication, international student exchange programs and dozens of community projects.