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NEW DATE:
Sunday, August 9, 2020

Chippewa Falls, WI (Northern Wisconsin State Fair Grounds)

35 / 50 / 75 / 100 mile routes available

Registration 7am-10am

REGISTRATION INFO ONLINE REGISTRATION CHECK REGISTRATION

FEES FOR THE 2020 RIDE:

$35 individual / $80 family* (pre-register by January 1, 2020)
$45 individual / $95 family* (After January 1, 2020 and before July 26, 2020)
$60 individual / $120 family* (After July 26 and Before August 8)
*Family ride includes 2 adult parents and their children 17 and under ONLY
Extra Meals (for family and friends) $10 adult / $5 child 12 and under
Online Registration Closes August 8 @ 10am - NO ONSITE REGISTRATION
Limited Supply of T-Shirts are availble - pre-register by July 26, 2020 to reserve yours

COVID-19 Updates

The Chippewa Valley Century Ride WILL happen on August 9th!  We will be taking extensive steps to make this event as safe as possilbe.
The ride will start and end at the Northern Wisconsin State Fair Grounds.  We plan for drive thru check-in and expanded room at the rest stops and meal to allow everyone to spread out.  We will not have a get together on Saturday night, but will have check-in from 5-8pm at the School parking lot next to the Fair Grounds. 
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Pre-Ride  Get Together Saturday

Pre-ride Get Together CANCELLED for 2020
There will be wristband and packet pick-up on Saturday night

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THE RIDE HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 9, 2020

The Chippewa Valley Century Ride is a not for profit bike ride that benefits hunger task force agencies, local parks, youth organizations, and special needs in the Chippewa Valley. Our course includes a 35, 50, 75, or 100 mile option all on blacktop roads, leading through the beautiful farmland of Chippewa County along the Chippewa and Flambeau Rivers, Lakes Wissota and Holcombe, and through the kettle moraine topography of the Chippewa County Forest.

The Ride starts and finishes at the lower pavilion of Irvine Park in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin. Participants can pre-register online at a discounted rate as well as register the day of the ride. Riders check in from 7:00 to 10:00 a.m. and then immediately start the Ride.

The entry fee covers our 4 full-service rest stops with snacks, refreshments and full facilities, water stops, “sag”/support vehicles and a full meal featuring locally made brats with all the 'fixins', soda and Leinenkugel's beer. A vegetarian meal is available if ordered in advance (just let us know on your pre-registration form).


EXCITING WEEKEND FOR EVERYONE!

We encourage everyone to bring their whole family to Chippewa Falls. Irvine Park is an ideal setting for a family outing. William Irvine was a lumbering man. In 1885, he became general manager of the Chippewa Lumber and Boom Co., a subsidiary of the Weyerhaeuser Co., which at that time was the world's largest sawmill. Irvine continued as general manager of the mill until the last pine log at Chippewa Falls was sawed in 1911. In his will, Irvine gave the park to Chippewa Falls along with $100,000 for its upkeep. The park is located in the city limits of Chippewa Falls, has over 300 acres of natural scenic beauty, many trails, a zoo, historical displays, and several children's playgrounds. In the past years, approximately 600 people have participated and this year we are expecting an even better turnout. Each year, riders tell us this is a premier course and has top-notch organization.


INDIVIDUAL RIDE: Price through January 1 - $35 / Price after January 1 - $45 / Price after July 26 - $60

FAMILY RIDE: Price through January 1 - $80 / Price after January 1 - $95 / Price after July 26 - $120

PLEASE REGISTER BEFORE JULY 26 so we can accurately plan for the correct number of people

Family ride pricing includes 1-2 parent/guardian registrations and children 17 and under ONLY. Children 18 and older and additional family members can be added to your order at the individual rider rate.


Commemorative T-Shirts Available - Reserve with your order - $16 for sizes S/M/L/XL and $19 for 2XL/3XL

T-Shirts must be ordered BEFORE May 9th to guarantee availability. A limited supply of T-Shirts are available for purchase on the day of the ride.


Non-rider Meals

Bring your family and friends with you. While you are out riding, they can enjoy the park and zoo, go shopping in the Chippewa Area, enjoy Olson's "homaid" Ice Cream made fresh daily, and then join you at the the conclusion of your ride for the brat meal. Extra meal tickets can be purchased with your registration or on the day of the ride for $10 for adults and $5 for children (12 and under).


Limited Supply of T-Shirts Available

Order with your registration

WHAT OUR FANTASTIC RIDERS SAY

“Everything from the registration check in to the rest stop and finally the brats and beer were fantastic.”

“Beautiful route! This was my first century and I wouldn't have wanted to do it anywhere else. Well organized and great accommodations at rest stops.”

“Hospitality wise you guys are best to none....Great Organizing!!!!.”

“All I can say is...AWESOME! ...Thanks for a great event...Nice job!”

“Great ride, great route, beautiful day. The support was awesome- thanks to all the volunteers!!!!”

“Great ride, course was well marked and rest stops were staffed by awesome volunteers. See ya next year.”

THANK YOU TO OUR SPONSORS

The Chippewa Valley Century Ride has been fortunate to have great sponsorship throughout our many years.  These sponsors help keep expenses down and allow us to donate more to commuity groups.  Over the past 11 years, over $92,000 has been donated back to the local commuity.  All organizers and workers on the ride are volunteers.  THANK YOU

Chippewa Valley Century Ride Sponsors

Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Co.

General Beer Northwest

Thaler Oil

Gordy's County Market

Rooney Printing

Premium Waters

Kwik Trip

Advanced Mail, Inc.

Spring Street Sports

FritoLay

Bimbo Bakeries

Chippewa Falls Parks Department

WalMart

Sam's Club

Village Hearth

Northwestern Bank

Crossroad Furnature

Town of Birch Creek

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