16th Annual Culpeper Cycling Century & Tour (2023)

We missed last year due to Hurricane Ian but we’ll be back better than ever this year!!  Come on out for the 16th Annual Culpeper Cycling Century (CCC) on Saturday, October 7!


Early Bird Registration… Register by June 30 and SAVE $20 off the day of event registration fee AND get your event shirt!


Starting at at the BRAND NEW Culpeper County Fieldhouse (located at the Culpeper Sports Complex) at 16388 Competition Drive, Culpeper – (next to Eastern View High School where we started in 2021).

This brand new facility (opened in Dec. of 2022) is a great venue to being a tour of Culpeper & the surrounding counties.

The CCC is a small intimate ride that boast great scenic beauty and paved road riding in Culpeper County during the most colorful season – Fall! The routes take cyclist through Culpeper, Madison, and Fauquier Counties, providing beautiful views of scenic back roads and rolling farms.

Cyclist will enjoy rest stops approximately every 25miles with friendly and knowledgeable volunteers, a selection of snacks and water/Gatorade.  There will be a couple of water only stops added as well.

Food trucks will be on-site at the finish for all cyclist to enjoy.  The  60 & 100 mile cyclist will have meals included in their registration fee.

Be sure to bring the family! While you’re out enjoying the countryside, there’s plenty for them to do in Culpeper including visiting the wonderful and unique shops on Davis Street in Downtown Culpeper or enjoy the amenities of the Culpeper Sports Complex or Lenn Park (5minutes away) for the day.

Road bikes, hybrids, recumbents, electric or mountain bikes are suitable for this event.  Elliptical bikes are suitable for the 30 or the 60 mile course.

All proceeds from this ride will be donated to the Culpeper Recreation Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit, as they strive to achieve their mission of promoting recreation in Culpeper County. Your registration fee will go towards the construction new recreation facilities for the community.