2022 course will be very similar to 2021. Maps and cue sheets are being updated and will be posted soon.
To view the 2021 maps: RideWithGPS.com
To Print your Cue Sheets:
Once you click the above link, scroll to the bottom of the page, select the distance you are interested in, the click “go to route.” From this new page, top left click the “MORE” button – you are able to print the map, your cue sheets, download GPS files, etc.
Hard copy Cue Sheets will NOT be available on-site
The week of the event all participants will receive a link to RideWithGPS.com to access and download narrated turn by turn directions using the RideWithGPS app. This is a FREE addition to the event. You do not have to have a paid membership to RideWithGPS.com to access this option.
If you did not receive the “Welcome & Reminder Email” please check your Spam / Junk folder.
Additional, all participants will receive a link to RideWithGPS.com (posted above) to print your own cue sheets before arriving.
Cue sheets will not be available on-site.
Types of Bicycles & Course Overview….
Road bikes, hybrids, mountain bikes, electric bikes, or elliptical / stand-up bikes** (see note below) are suitable for this event.
The 30 mile course has some rolling hills and great scenery with approximately 1,500 feet of elevation change. (Ages 11yrs & up – Ages 11-17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times while riding.)
The 60 mile course offers a few more rolling hills, and a couple of technical climbs for interest. Approximately 3,700 feet of elevation change. (Ages 16 & up, Ages 16-17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times while riding.)
The 100 mile course provides amazing views with a challenge, approximately 5,500ft. of elevation change. (Ages 16 & up, Ages 16-17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times while riding.)
**Please note – Elliptical (stand up) bikes are not permitted on the 100 mile course.
Please remember Helmets are REQUIRED for all cyclists.
COVID Riding Safety
- Avoid riding with others you do not know.
- Avoid drafting.
- Avoid pace lines or riding in another’s slipstream; USA Cycling recommends a distance of 20 ft behind riders.
Eastern View High School
Saturday October 1, 2022 –
To avoid long lines and large groups of people you may only check in during your designated mileage time that YOU REGISTERED for.
There will be no check in’s during the 10minute gap – this is to allow staff to re-set lists and disinfect tables, pens, etc. again so that we can ensure your heath and safety.
Please do not arrive early.
- 100mile participants
- check in will ONLY BE between 7:00a-7:50a
- 60mile participants
- check in will ONLY BE between 8:00a-8:50a
- 30mile participants
- check in will ONLY BE between 9:00a-9:50a
Once you have checked in / registered DURING the time listed above, you may begin your ride. This is a “Check In and Go” ride.
Check-In is inside the school – Cafeteria – Due to school policies MASKS ARE REQUIRED while you are in the building. (as of January 2022)
Please also remember NO CLEATS in the building
Please use the Hand sanitizer that will be available before approaching the check in table and after leaving.
The course closes and all SAG vehicles and ride Support ends at 5:00pm.
The Culpeper Department of Tourism has a wealth of information on Dining, Lodging, and Parking.
Other Local Events
Make the most of your time in Culpeper, stay or come back for one of our other events.
Air Fest (2nd weekend of October) Culpeper Air Fest | The Best Little Air Show on the East Coast