Tuesday, March 10, 2009

3rd Annual Queen City Century

Queen City Century

Friday, May 15, 2009 at 5:00 PM ET

We invite you to join us for the Queen City Century, a ride through the beautiful scenic Shenandoah Valley south of Staunton, VA in southern Augusta County. The ride will provide scenic vistas, county farms, small towns, and scenic rural roads. All the routes are paved and have low traffic volume. Route lengths from 25 to 50 miles up to 100 miles of beautiful country roads. Proceeds from the ride go to benefit Staunton School's Safe Route to School Program. Preregistration cost is $15 for all routes.

Day of registration will be $30 for all distances. Make it easy on us and preregister. Please. Pretty Please.

Rides Leaves from the Wharf area of Historic Downtown Staunton off of West Johnson St. at 8:00am sharp. Parking will be available in the Wharf lot or in the two parking garages in downtown. Registration check-in will be behind Black Dog Bikes starting at 7:00am.

Mapquest/Google 121 South Lewis St. Staunton, VA 24401 for Directions.

All traffic regulations and laws must be observed. Helmets are required and must be worn for the entire length of the tour. All riders must ride to the right side of the road at all times. Roads will be open to vehicle traffic. This is not a race. The rides will take place rain or shine. No refunds. For details call 540-887-8700 or leave a comment.


Blogger Trishie said...

Sounds like fun -- but I def. won't be ready for a century by May ! it sounds absolutely lovely though - enjoy !

9:39 PM  
Blogger MRussell said...

What about the 50 mile option? We have a special rate with the Stonewall Jackson Hotel and staunton has great restaurants and the Blackfriar Playhouse. Make a weekend of it.

1:32 PM  
Anonymous Richard said...

Hey, I'm looking forward to it. Just pre-reg'd this morning. I did a flat and very windy 100 miler in Chesapeake, VA three Sat's ago and am looking forward to staying in Staunton for the weekend and riding with some of your good folks.
Have a great weekend!
Richard F. Stewart
P.S. Trying to cajole some of my riding buddies to come do the QCC too.

1:53 PM  

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