Culpeper Cycling Century is Fast Approaching!

The 8th Annual Culpeper Cycling Century will be here before you know it. This year’s ride will take place on Saturday, October 3rd, 2015.


Registration is going on NOW, so register early and don’t miss out on the opportunity to guarantee your t-shirt size! The first 500 participants will receive a long-sleeve event t-shirt. Only those registered by September 4th (mail / phone/ in person) or September 6th (online) will be guaranteed their requested t-shirt size. After September 6th all sizes will be given first registered, first served.


Registrations will be accepted on the day of the event, beginning at 6:30am. The group start will be at 8:30am.


We look forward to seeing you there!!!




Yes, the planning committee knows that there are a couple of other large century rides this day. However, the Culpeper Cycling Century has, for the past 7 years, been on the first Saturday in October. This has not changed. When the date was set the first year, there were no conflicts with other century rides in the area. Since our first year, a couple of other rides have changed their dates, and are now conflicting with us. Yes, they are very large rides with a good following, however, many of our compliments come from the fact that we are a slightly smaller ride (less than 600 participants). So we are sticking with our date, and will continue to provide a high quality ride for those that don’t want to deal with thousands of other cyclist and just want a more fun and relaxed ride.


Register Early and SAVE!!!



Registration for the 8th Annual Culpeper Cycling Century is now open!!!  Register early and save $20 off the Day of Event fee.   (Exact fees posted on the Registration & Info page)

This bike ride is fast becoming a tradition boasting great scenic beauty and paved road riding in Culpeper County during the most colorful season – Fall!

You can choose between 35 miles, 65 miles, or the ultimate challenge 100 miles of countryside roads. Last year more than 430 cyclists took to the roads for this great event.

This ride will benefit 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 expenses related the building of TWO new playgrounds for the county youth!

Rest stops are offered approximately every 20 miles.   Each rest stop will have food, water, restrooms, and first aid kits.

BOX LUNCHES will be provided on the 65 & 100 mile routes.

Support vehicles will be monitoring the routes throughout the day and will provide assistance as necessary.

Special event long sleeve t-shirts will be provided to the first 500 registered cyclist. To guarantee your t-shirt size be sure to register by September 4 (in person / mail / phone) or by September 6 (online).

After September 6, t-shirt sizes are on a first come-first served basis.

Registrations will be accepted before the event until Sunday, September 27. Registrations will not be accepted between 9/28-10/2.

Day of Registration will begin at 6:00am on 10/3 – please remember Check or Cash (exact change) only please – credit cards are not accepted on October 3rd.


This is a GROUP START at 8:30am.  If you decide to start early, Rest Stops and Support Vehicles will not be available until 8:30am.

35 mile – Easy, few slight hills.
65 & 100 mile –moderately difficult (this is not a flat course)

Thanks for coming!

Well, the weather turned out to be just about perfect on Saturday for the 7th Annual Culpeper Cycling Century. There were 378 registered participants this year. We hope you all had a great time.


An email evaluation will be sent out tomorrow to all participants. Please be sure to take few minutes to complete. We really do read each evaluation and try to improve every year.


If we have your email on file you will be receiving information from CBMTcreative, the photographers, on how to check out pictures that were taken at the event. If you’re not sure, simply click on the link above and fill out the requested information.


Be sure to mark your calendar for next year’s event – Saturday, October 3, 2015 (the first Saturday in October.)


We will follow up with more information in the next day or so.