Tony Serrano Century Ride

Century, Metric Century, Other

Event Date

Sat, Apr 9, 2016


Monroe, GA

About This Activity

Tony was an avid triathlete training for an Ironman competition when he was struck by a motorist and killed in August 2004.  Join us to honor Tony's spirit and his passion for life as we continue to raise awareness of the laws  and rights as they pertain to bicyclist ont the road!  Proceeds will benefit Georgia Bikes, Walton Wellness in Monroe, GA, Safe Kids Walton County, the Monroe Bike Shop for kids in Monroe and cycling safety programs and various other Georgia bicycle advocasy efforts.

Come ride. . . . make a difference, join us to help support these very worthy causes and enjoy:

  • Scenic routes.
  • The "Best Rest Stops Ever' with homemade goodies prepared by the Rest Stop Queen Team!
  • SAG Vehicles for your support.
  • Your choice of either our commemorative ride t-shirt or the Specialized water bottle & JerseyBin (guaranteed to early registrants).
  • Your choice of route either: 10, 39, 62 or 100 mile.
  • A great overall ride experience supported by our wonderful volunteers to start your year.
  • Lastely our 'thanks' and a refuel meal at the finish!

Registration is $35.00 through March 31st, $50 thereafter.  There are no add-on fees for registering on line.  On-Site Registration will open at 7:00am day of the ride, the ride starts at 8:30am,  The ride starts from Athens Technical College - Monroe Campus, 212 Bryant Rd., Monroe, GA 30655.

We have a limited supply of Team Serrano Jersey's left.  Those who order one during on-line sign-up will receive their jersey at Pre-Registration Check-In the morning of the ride. To view sizing chart please go to:

2016 Update/Announcement: Thanks to the continued growth in ridership and our devoted support from volunteers and sponsors this year we formed our own 501(c)(3) organization: Cyclist For Change, Inc. D/B/A Tony Serrano Century Ride.  This is also a note to say 'Thank You' to all those participants in the past and in the future as we contine to . . . . ride to make a difference!

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