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Corn Fest Bike Tour
Metric Century, Other
Sat, Aug 16, 2014
Sun Prairie, WI
About This Activity
WHY RIDE THE TOUR?
A portion of registration fees will go to benefit both the Sun Prairie Lions Club and the Sun Prairie Youth Cycling Team.
The Lions Club is the largest volunteer organization in the world that supports many local, national, and international charities.
The Tour will also establish a scholarship fund for the Sun Prairie Youth Cycling Team, a group that assists boys and girls as they become involved in cycling.
Join us on Saturday, August 16, 2014
The Sun Prairie Corn Fest Bike Ride will travel through about 70 miles of South Central Wisconsin’s gently rolling terrain. Starting in charming downtown Sun Prairie, WI, the scenic route will take riders through an exploration of the countryside to Columbus, WI. From Columbus, riders will be directed by well-marked roadways towards Rio, WI, before heading back south to Sun Prairie, WI.
Routes will be comprised of a metric century 100k / 63 mile route, and a very beginner friendly route of about 35 miles. All routes will be well marked and well supported to encourage riders of all levels.
All registered riders will receive a complimentary parking pass good for parking and admission for FOUR to the Sun Prairie Sweet Corn Festival. Come for the ride and stay for the festivities!
FRIENDS AND SPONSORS
***FOR INFORMATION ABOUT SUN PRAIRIE’S SWEET CORN FESTIVAL – CLICK HERE***
What’s more, every rider will receive a goodie bag containing a commemorative t-shirt (printed locally), a ticket good for an ear of corn, and other goodies provided by our sponsors! ***IF REGISTRATION NOT COMPLETED BY SUNDAY, August 10, 2014, YOUR T-SHIRT WILL BE MAILED TO YOU***
We look forward to having your join us on this fabulous bike ride!
Event details and schedule
Parking will be available at or near Cannery Square in downtown Sun Prairie. The ride (both routes) will begin at 9 am sharp at Cannery Square.
Rest stops will be provided every 15-20 miles, and will include snacks and refreshments.