Preregistration has now closed for the 2012 Summer Century. Registration will be available the day of the event for $45/individual, children under 12 are free. We look forward to seeing you in Lexington tomorrow!
Join us at Lexington High School for the 3rd annual MassBike Summer Century & Family Fun Ride on July 28th, 2012! All rides (8, 26, 47, 62 and 100 miles) will traverse the heart of American Revolutionary history, from Paul Revere’s Ride through Lexington and Concord, to nearby battlefields. Longer rides visit the towns and villages that sent the first Minutemen. After the rides, everyone is invited to stay at Lexington High School for lunch and socializing. Lunch will be provided by Redbones!
All proceeds go to support MassBike and its mission of making bicycling better in Massachusetts. MassBike works through legislation, education, and infrastructure projects to get more people on bicycles and to make our roads and paths safer. Registration fees for the event are non-refundable.
Location and Directions
Lexington High School Lexington, MA
Need Directions? Click here for a map
In an effort to stagger the starts of the various rides we offer riders a rolling start. Riders are welcome to start anytime within the following start times…
Century (100 miles) Departs between 7-8:30 am
Metric Century (62 miles) Departs between 8 – 9:30am
47 Mile Ride Departs between 9:00 – 10:30am
Family Rides (8 or 26 mile) between 10 – 11: 00 am
Delicious Redbones barbeque will be provided for riders from 12:00 – 5:00 pm
Route Maps and Cue Sheets
Below you will find a links to maps and cue sheets for the 100, 62, 47, 26, and 8 miles distances. Please note that the cue sheets included with the “ridewithgps” maps are inaccurate and are not intended to be used for navigation.
Century: Map, Cue sheet
Metric Century: Map, Cue Sheet
47 Mile Ride: Map, Cue Sheet
26 Mile Ride: Map, Cue Sheet
8 Mile Family Ride: Map, No cue sheet available. This ride will be led by a ride leader.
Redbones Barbecue – Blue Cross Blue Shield
Masslandlaw.com – Jason & Fischer
Italia Outdoors: Food and Wine – Easy Rider Tours
Road ID – Food Should Taste Good – Ride Studio
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